2016 Orlando Fringe Review: 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche

By : Anna M. Johnson
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5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche
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The Susan B. Anthony Society for the sisters of Gertrude Stein are hosting their annual quiche breakfast, and everyone is invited, except for men. If you do identify as a male though, do not worry! An executive board member will greet you as you enter the theater and hand you a nametag for your alternate, sister of Gertrude Stine persona. I was dubbed Arlene.

5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche is a clever show that refuses to let the audience have a breathing break between bouts of laughter. This production, produced by 3E Theatre Company and directed by Mike Carr, is substantial in every aspect.

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Overheard in Orlando: Fringe lottery, Stonewall bartenders and Universal’s Beetlejuice’s demise

By : Anonymous
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The Fringe Jackpot!:
The Fringe lottery is complete, and although the wait list is long, a lot of your favorite local Orlando LGBT performers are set to have their own shows. Although most artists don’t announce the actual name of the show until after the new year, Watermark was able to get the inside scoop for some. Yow Dance will return with a dance revue, Logan Donahoo will be performing another one man show that he promises to be semi-educational and of course entertaining. We have Michael Wanzie, who will be revisiting his very first Fringe show, a drama about two soldiers stuck in a foxhole, one gay and one straight. There will be a show about Five Lesbians Eating a Quiche. Comedian, Disney fan and Movies Out Loud host Jeff Jones is writing a comedy, this time not set in hell, but a sit-com style show about four Disney animatronics living together as roommates called Animatronicans; the show will feature the Polar Bear (from the now closed Maelstrom), Abe Lincoln (the Hall of Presidents), the Dreamfinder (Journey to Imagination) and John (Carousel of Progress).

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