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Fringe 2011: Monday, May 23

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5:15 pm

Patrons Room Dying Hard

Red Venue Lyrics Speak Louder Than Words

5:30 pm

Orange Venue Bitches of the Kingdom!

6:00 pm

Green Venue Oral!

Silver Venue 13, The Musical

Yellow Venue Thom Pain (based on nothing)

BYOV 20:11

Brown Venue Radio Star

6:05 pm

Pink Venue

Fear Factor: Canine Edition

6:10 pm

Blue Venue Joe's Café

6:45 pm

Red Venue Watch Me Burn

6:55 pm

Patrons Room Any Title That Works

7:10 pm

Orange Venue Superman Drinks

7:40 pm

Yellow Venue

Five Minute Professor

Green Venue Pink Dawn

Brown Venue Stayin' Alive

7:45 pm

Pink Venue Wisdom: Part One

7:50 pm

Blue Venue My Monster

8:25 pm

Red Venue Onomatopoeia

8:35 pm

Patrons Room Night of Fright

8:50 pm

Orange Venue Oh, That Wily Snake!

9:00 pm

Silver Venue Heaven Help Us!

9:20 pm

Yellow Venue archy & mehitabel

Green Venue Blue and Tod Kimbro's Big Queer Hootenanny

Brown Venue The Last Straight Man in Theatre

9:25 pm

Pink Venue The Big Smoke

Blue Venue A 3-Decker Romance

9:55 pm

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

10:05 pm

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

10:30 pm

Orange Venue My Pal Izzy

10:40 pm

Silver Venue Miss Sammy Bakes a Cake

10:50 pm

Yellow Venue Unspoken

11:00 pm

Green Venue Suckers, A Freaky Little Musical

Brown Venue Punch and Judy Presents

11:05 pm

Pink Venue Anne Frank Superstar & the Purpose of the Moon

11:35 pm

Red Venue Lot o' Shakespeare

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