A look back at a few 2019 Fringe shows that involved the Seminole State students and faculty.
A metal patient leaves the asylum and enters a colorful fantasy world in Federico Fellini’s little seen last film.
On the run from an assassin, international rock superstar Bené hides out in Los Angeles and prepares for a showdown with death. But he cannot fool death; for death knows that Bené microwaves his soup.
Carl F Gauze got some laughs out of this new post-teen comedy, but found it had as much heart and depth as an Archie comic.
A slim volume of black and white collage art gets Carl F Gauze all hot and bothered about Dada.
Four years of Little Nemo in Slumberland Sunday pages are brought together in one volume. Carl Gauze remembers it as if it were a dream.
A Mayan villager is killed in a mining accident and enters a surreal journey thorough the afterlife, ultimately resolving his life and death. Carl F Gauze finds here that Francisco Athié has revitalized the art of the surrealist film.
The fall theater season opens with a bang in Orlando.
A Native American president! Fart jokes! Midget rentacops! Carl F Gauze takes a deep slug from this unhealthy bottle of urban surrealism and wonders if he’ll live to regret it.
It’s not every day that you get to attend a Viking wedding. Ian Koss recounts the events surrounding the marriage of David Lee Beowulf.
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