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Someone Is Wrong On The Internet
Written and Performed by Kelvin Hatle Co-Produced by Schroedinger's Dog and Shadow Horse Theatre
The hit show from the 2012 Minnesota Fringe Festival returns. The world wide web is a nasty place. Is it just a reflection of everyday life, or something worse? Fringe Favorite Kelvin Hatle offers one man's journey through the flame wars, online and off. A poignant and laugh-out-loud one person show that you will love.
Go see what Fringe-Goers said on the page for the show from the Fringe. http://www.fringefestival.org/2012/show/?id=2350
Something Kelvin has consistently shown he's good at in his writing and performing is the ability to walk a dark and cynical road with razor sharp humor... and then take that road to someplace hopeful, and do it in way that is nakedly honest and never feels like a cheat. –Rick Sullivan
Just the right amount of comedy and pathos… Hatle's moved from good to great. –Julie Blaha
Great from beginning to end. Succeeds both as a sharply written comedic piece and an insightful character study with an emotional payoff. –Ben San Del
This is the funniest show I've seen in years and a perfect example of Fringe at its best. –Marc Weber
Poignant. Hysterical. Brilliant. –Heather Meyer
It is to Hatle's credit that his character has a number of understandable and relatable foibles. You can identify with him. Creating and maintaining such a character as he grows and evolves is no easy feat; character development in an hour-long comedy is a rare and splendid thing! –Dave Rust
Kelvin has always been a great comedian. I think it’s been nice to watch what he’s done as a writer the last two years. –Tim Wick
Kelvin has been acting and performing improv locally for, gosh, way too long now. Twenty years? Something like that. In the past, he has worked with both Scrimshaw brothers, Theater Arlo, and Stevie Ray's Comedy Cabaret. This was his second solo production for the Minnesota Fringe Festival. Find more on Kelvin at schroedingersdog.com
Co-Producers: Matt Saxe and Matt Kelly-Shadow Horse Theatre:
Shadow Horse Theatre was started in 2004 in Los Angeles by Matt Saxe and Craig Bender, and in 2012 Matt Kelly came on as co-producer of the company. Shadow Horse Theatres' goals are to truly entertain audiences, make theater exciting for theater artists and especially audiences, challenge perceptions, and produce new plays by new playwrights, as well as modern or new versions of classic tales for contemporary audiences.
Production History: The West-Coast premiere of PHAEDRA by Matthew Maguire-from Sept 8th-October 24th 2004 at the Century City Playhouse in L.A. 2004 Back Stage West Garland Award "Best Adaptation/Translation" Honorable Mention, 2004 Back Stage West "Stage Spot" Award for Best Supporting Actor-Matt Saxe.
"HUSTLES" part of "HURDLES, HUSTLES, and HASSLES" the Blue Sphere Alliance Short-Play Festival at the Avery Schreiber Theatre in the NoHo Arts District in Los Angeles, CA., Aug-Sept 2005.
"SEX, SOAP, TORTURE, WEATHER" for the 2010 Minnesota Fringe Festival and the A DRINKING GAME-MINNESOTA series here at the Bryant Lake Bowl every first Saturday night of the month. Coming next-When Harry Met Sally: A Drinking Game! Thanks for coming! http://www.shadowhorsetheatre.com and www.facebook.com/adrinkinggamemn
Friday and Saturday February 1 and 2 at 7:00pm (doors 6:00)
- February 1, 2013 - 7:00pm
- February 2, 2013 - 7:00pm