Hollywood Fringe Fest Reviews

Episode 53 – Hollywood Fringe Fest Preview Week and Otis’ Phone Call 2

In this episode, we talk about all the Hollywood Fringe Fest shows we’ve seen so far during preview week (please check out our Hollywood Fringe Fest written reviews). Mike gets a worrisome call from Otis (who is part of The Lust Experience world). The Alone Experience has updated their website and you can have a chat with…? Sudden Loneliness has opened up memberships.



Links to what we spoke about:

Why We Become Witches

Fire & Light

Dark Arts Prelude

Dark Arts

Nothing Bad: A Werewolf Rock Musical

Zombie Clown Trump

Dr. Faustus

Jon Armstrong: Comic Amazement

Red Flags

The Girl Who Jumped Off The Hollywood Sign



So You Want to Be a Vampire

Upstairs – A Musical Tragedy


London Calling

Buffy Kills Edward – A Musical Romp

The Lust Experience – Website, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
Noah Sinclair – Website
Otis Fletcher – Facebook
Macy’s Twitter
The Sinclair’s Twitter
IConfidant – Website, Facebook
Catching up: The Subreddit, Blondie’s Blog, Buz’s “New People Start Here” Thread
Noah Sinclair Truth (Fan made, not a game jack)

The Alone Experience – Website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter

Sudden Loneliness – Website and Instagram

My Haunt Life – iTunes, Google Play, YouTube, TuneIn, Forums, Calendar, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

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2 thoughts on “Episode 53 – Hollywood Fringe Fest Preview Week and Otis’ Phone Call

  • Wayne Self

    Thanks so much for the great review of “Upstairs – A Musical Tragedy”, and for a new podcast for my playlist. 🙂

    Since you’re interested, I wanted to mention what we do know about the setting of the fire. I’ll try to do this spoiler-free, though. The character of “Agneau” is a stand-in for a real-life person named Roger Nunez who is the most likely person to have set the fire. He had a wife, and he had confessed to several people, including a nun. His problems as documented in the play are based in history, though of course no one knows how he experienced them. His final fate in the show was also his fate in real life.

    Maybe we should do a program insert that tells exactly what is taken from real life and what is not.

    Anyway, thanks again. It means a great deal to the cast and crew that you were moved by this production. 🙂

  • Mark Hensley

    Thanks for the awesome review of “London Calling”.
    FYI, all the slang was written into the script by Peggy, the writer.
    Also, this is the first musical she’s ever written.