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Fringe 2011: Friday, May 20

Dog Powered Robot and the History of the Future
  • Dog Powered Robot and the History of the Future

5:45 pm

Patrons Room You Know You're a Weenie When: A Guide for the Eligible Bachelor

6:00 pm

Silver Venue [title of show]

Yellow Venue Pandemonium

Brown Venue Squatters

Blue Venue

Robby Pigott Tries Something New

6:15 pm

Green Venue Mr. Healthy's Happy Land

Orange Venue Oh, That Wily Snake!

Pink Venue Wisdom: Part One

6:30 pm

Red Venue Onomatopoeia

7:20 pm

Brown Venue The Last Straight Man in Theatre

7:30 pm

Patrons Room Any Title That Works

BYOV 20:11

7:40 pm

Yellow Venue Unspoken

Blue Venue Joe's Café

7:55 pm

Green Venue

Dog Powered Robot and the History of the Future

Orange Venue

The Holy Land Experience

Pink Venue

The Big Smoke

8:00 pm

Red Venue

Watch Me Burn

8:10 pm

Silver Venue 13, The Musical

9:00 pm

BYOV Captain Discovery: The Edible Musical

Brown Venue I Love You (We're F*#ked)

9:10 pm

Patrons Room Doctor Whose Line Is It Anyway? (The Who-ligans)

9:20 pm

Yellow Venue The Trouble With Fishing

Blue Venue My Monster

9:25 pm

Green Venue Big Swinging Dick's Topless Bar Presents "The Naked Drag Queen Farting"

9:30 pm

Outside Excerpts

9:35 pm

Orange Venue Winifred, "That Bitch"!

Pink Venue Road to Nowhere

9:40 pm

Red Venue

Lyrics Speak Louder Than Words

10:20 pm

Patrons Room

Dying Hard

10:40 pm

Yellow Venue

Thom Pain (based on nothing)

Brown Venue Preacherman

11:00 pm

Silver Venue Heaven Help Us!

11:05 pm

Green Venue Oral!

11:15 pm

Orange Venue Superman Drinks

Pink Venue Anne Frank Superstar & the Purpose of the Moon

11:30 pm

Red Venue Everything You'll Ever Find on Television! (Almost)

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