Putting a ($7) Button in Capital Fringe ’13, and on to New Business

PurgeCastin' with Jason Patrick Wells & Jacy Barber (right). Photo by Paul GIllis, courtesy Capital Fringe.

PurgeCastin’ with Jason Patrick Wells & Jacy Barber (right). Photo by Paul GIllis, courtesy Capital Fringe.

And with this, my four-week-and-change tour of duty covering the Capital Fringe Festival for a fourth consecutive year comes to an end.

This year’s Fringe might’ve been the best yet. I didn’t get to do as much writing as I wanted, what with my dayjob being more demanding than in Fringes past and with Fringe & Purge running 96 “Hip Shot” reviews this year—about a third more than we’ve ever published before, the overwhelmingly majority of them edited by me.

I did get to record, edit and post six episodes of the Fringe & PurgeCast; again, fewer than I managed last year, but at least a couple of them turned out well, I think. My favorite was this one with Live Action Theatre company, obviously.

Saturday is my birthday, and I need a rest, so I’m going to take this weekend off. But I’m available. Editors, I shall entertain your offers.

…hello?

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