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Orlando Fringe Local Preview for Mature Audiences

Orlando Fringe Local Preview for Mature Audiences

Starring Pepe and Brandon Roberts

Orange Venue

Orlando Fringe Festival

Loch Haven Park, Orlando, FL</strong>

Once the bouncers tossed out all the small children and church ladies from the packed Orange Venue, local Hispanic wannabee Pepe took the microphone and the brunt of the technical problems as he ran through a collection of the more adult material offered at this year’s Fringe Festival. The adult shows often emphasize boobies, pee-pees, poo-poos and always incudes at least one JuicyJuice “Big F.” As I’ve mentioned, good previews and good shows don’t always correlate, but here’s my starting hot list for this festival: ““Dumpster Cats,” “969: Stonewall,” “Tell Me On Sunday,” “Sex, Drugs and Rock and Roll,” “The Lion Queen”, “Acrobat,” “The Wait List Murders,” “Lay Ms.,” and “ Bubble Gum Party.” Check back in a few weeks and see if I contradicted myself.

This show was part of the 2015 Orlando Fringe Festival. Information on tickets and times for any of the events may be found at www.OrlandoFringe.org.


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