ORLANDO — If there’s one thing that’s truly unique about the Orlando International Fringe Theater Festival, it’s the ability of individual artists to secure a platform where they can meet with an audience and demonstrate what they can do artistically. Solo shows are popular at Fringe, and they can run the gamut from comedy monologues to magic shows to dance performances.
And so it was with performer Sareth Ney, who used this year’s Fringe Festival to present his solo show Stories on Sunset, which can perhaps be best described as indescribable. Any show that mixes Clive Barker gossip, horror movie reviews, an insider look at rock clubs and raunchy humor about glory holes meets the definition of weird, unpredictable, and eclectic.
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Michael Freeman is an Orlando journalist, playwright and author of the book “Of Cats And Wolves.” Contact him at Freelineorlando@gmail.com.