A 6-year-old Theatre Reviewer at the Indy Fringe Festival

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I took my family to the Indy Fringe Theatre Festival Preview night, and we watched several brief performances. While we all had our favorites — the kids loved Blunder Construction, my wife and I enjoyed Crossing the Bridge from Leonix Movement Theatre Ensemble, and I loved the Kenyetta Dance Company's Groundwork Suites.

We also watched Medea from the Butler University players as part of FringeNext. It's an adaptation of the original Greek tragedy by Euripedes, and it's not necessarily everyone's cup of tea, especially for my 6-year-old son.

He sat next to me, patiently, wondering what the hell this thing was about.

Watch the video, and listen closely around the 40 second mark.

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  1. Ha Ha! Great stuff! Kids are always SO honest! Thanks for sharing! : )

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  3. We were wondering why people were laughing while we were up on stage...lol, your son has a job waiting for him at Nuvo. ;-) Cute video!

    Kendra (aka Medea's Psycho Ballerina)

  4. Hi Kendra,

    I'm glad you enjoyed the video. I did enjoy the play, and will hopefully get a chance to see the whole thing.


  5. We'd love to see you there! Two more performances, August 25th and 30th at 6 p.m. at the Fringe Building on St. Claire Street. :-)



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