Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Inexplicable: Children's theater festival gets web-love

Posted By on Tue, May 19, 2009 at 12:26 PM

836d/1242756484-poster.jpgVoices of the South Artistic Director Jerre Dye on how the Edinburgh Fringe Festival evolved from an in-your-face event into something a bit more family friendly: " All those fringy edgy people with the piercing and tattoos spinning from the sky and screaming and yelling and covered themselves in pig blood were finding that they happened to have kids."

Dye made the observation while plugging VOTS's children's theater festival on The Inexplicable Dumb Show, a web-based program that applies a morning radio aesthetic to theater chat. Voices of the South's fourth annual children's festival opens this weekend at Rhodes College.

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