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The Best of Albuquerque Fringe 2025

comedy · village idiom productions · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America

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TONY FRANKEL certified reviewer July 02, 2015
Let me say that I have no idea what I just saw. Clearly, some very clever folk have come up with the very clever idea to spoof a Fringe Festival, which Fringe Festivals certainly deserve. Two very silly and rarely believable hosts, played by Jacob Smith and Lauren Flans (the rap diva from "Lost Moon Radio" that I adore), introduce us to a slew of performers in a cavalcade of categories (Classic; International; Audience Award; et al) better known as The Best Of Albuquerque Fringe 2025. But if this is what 2025 looks like, then the future doesn't look bright... Click on "Original Article" below for complete review on Stage and Cinema.... full review
STEVEN STANLEY certified reviewer June 25, 2015
Village Idiom Productions does some entertaining Fringe-spoofing in Best Of Albuquerque Fringe 2025. Yes, Jacob Smith and Jim Blanchette’s parody does overstay its welcome by about half an hour, but there are numerous bright spots along the way. Click on "Complete Article" to read my complete review at StageSceneLA.com... full review

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