The Big Snake

comedy · paris avenue productions · Ages 1+ · family friendly · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America

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THE BIG SNAKE OR HOW I GOT EATEN ALIVE ON NATIONAL TELEVISION & LIVED TO TELL ABOUT IT! is the full title, but the Fringe site won’t allow a title that long. The show is an American farce, a play within a play. The theater world meets TV World as characters watch a young Hollywood producer attempt to create a hit reality TV show by feeding a live man to a giant snake!

  • ALL SHOWS just $5 for all HFF16 PARTICIPANTS contact TOM CAVANAUGH for the Participant code **
  • production team

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    tom cavanaugh *

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    bob telford *

    the director
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    marina palmier *

    the patron of the arts
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    mary cavaliere *

    the ticket buyer
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    mykee selkin *

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    steven robert wollenberg *

    the announce & mr. big
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    anita leeman *

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    debbie blount *

    front of house manager
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    damien luvara *

    jake the snake
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    de ann marie odom *

    the romantic
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    allan steele *

    the critic
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    louise martin *

    unga, a riozonian
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    stephanie reading *

    gunga the riozonian
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    sardia robinson *

    riozonian swing performer
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    * Fringe Veteran

    LET THERE BE THISTLES by Joshua Thomas

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    Written by the award winner of 2014 hit Angels and Whiskey and directed by Best Comedy for the DC Fringe winner Branda Lock, we finally answer the question: what happens to gods who have no believers left? Let There Be Thistles: An Ungodly Comedy.

    Death of a Mailman (FINAL SHOW!)

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    Here's what audiences are saying: "I enjoyed every minute of this piece." "Beautifully written dialogue that is both real and witty" "Worthy of a Broadway show! A must see production!" "Two extremely upright thumbs!"