Getting down to Fringe early has a calming effect. I get to see everyone running around getting everything ready and I have to do is sit and stare at large, yet old TV screen showing the Fringe/Know slide show.
I’ve got my ticket for “I Take It Back,” a play from Odds & Ends Productions, the folks who brought “Running My Ass Off” at last year’s Fringe.
As a political wonk, of sorts, I’m very interested in the take this play has on changing your political views. There are plenty of people who are regretting their vote for Bush, but not as many would changes their political view points that drastically.
Side note: Main Street/The Quarter needs more quick places to get food.