And we've had such a good time at Fringe, and we're still just exhausted and punchy enough, that we think we're determined to take some of the experiments we started over there and continue them over here.
Which, exactly, remains to be seen, but we think the short-format review, plus the occasional video featurette. Look for those in the coming weeks, and if you have suggestions about other ways to make Tboy a more interesting place, by all means send 'em in. We promise to think about 'em for at least a minute.
Also we promise to stop using the first-person plural and return to the good ol' third-person "Tboy," just as soon as this network announcement is concluded.
... but unless I find another six hours to add to my day, the best way to keep up with Theaterboy right this minute is to visit Fringe & Purge, the City Paper's ongoing blog of the Capital Fringe Festival.
Of course if I see, hear, or learn anything that doesn't make sense for that blog but simply must be discussed, this'll be the spot for it.
... [C]ritics staggered to the pool where Style network had set up folks from a place called Nite Spa in Venice, California -- open noon to midnight and located on Abbot Kinney Blvd which, we were assured, is "the new Melrose" -- to restore them with massages and manicures.
Also offered was a Brow Bar -- because getting one's brows tweezed should be an interactive experience involving a nice glass of wine and good conversation with other eyebrow challenged guests, we were told.
Tboy is now thoroughly smitten. No, strike that: He'd drink her bathwater.