The Fringe may be a democracy, but it has a king. And that king’s name is: TJ Dawe.
TJ has built a successful career on the foundation of his Fringe shows because of thousands of hours in front of audiences, learning the art of telling, and editing stories. Because of that, he’s become a sought-after director and teacher.
When the pandemic hit, he’d just started a dream job: developing shows for a venue in Los Angeles.
In today’s #FringeSpot, TJ Dawe speaks with our Fringe Correspondent, Peter Brown.
You can see T. J. Dawe this Friday & Saturday in the Collapsing Future Cabaret, part of The Fringe That Never Was. That, and other performances, interviews, live music, a even a virtual wine tent, is now up at FringeTheatre.ca. It’s all free, though donations are welcome.
We’re going to wrap up our series of #FringeSpots with one of the biggest stars on the Fringe circuit in the past few years, Tymisha Harris. Tymisha brings the music of Josephine Baker to the stage in her wildly popular show Josephine. Friday Aug 21st at 5:45pm MT, Tymisha Harris will talk about her approach to the legend’s music, and also reveal the way Josephine Baker’s example has inspired her own life choices.
To learn more about the 11-days of digital Fringe shows, interviews, parties and more, visit FringeTheatre.ca