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Thou Shall Rot in HellThe Sinners, Cincinnati, OH

Venue SCPA Black Box
Running Time 45 minutes
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First Time? New Participant
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Tags Comedy, Multimedia,
Solo, LGBT Themes,
Adult Language

 

 

 

Performances:

Wednesday, May 29 @ 7:30pm
Friday, May 31 @ 9:00pm
Saturday, June 1 @ 5:00pm

 

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One man's reflection of his life...while burning in hell.

After his unexpected death, Guy lands in hell and is stuck to review his life for a chance to get into heaven. Boy, has he lived one screwed up life.

Although this is a one man show with the writer as the actor, The Sinners hung up a cast list at school. It thanked all who auditioned and said the casting process was difficult. People were quite perplexed.

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The Sinners is compiled of juniors and seniors from The School for Creative and Performing Arts. This is their first show (together) with FringeNext and they could not be more excited, actually foaming at the mouth with the mere mention of Fringe. Members of the group have been involved with past FringeNext shows, such as Blown Up (2012), Pick of FringeNext, and The Color of Harmony (2011). The Sinners hope you enjoy Thou Shall Rot in Hell and take some time to relfect on how likely it is you'll be in hell, too.

Past Fringe Festivals:

(2012) Cincinnati Fringe Festival, FringeNEXT, Blown Up
(2011) Cincinnati Fringe Festival, FringeNEXT, The Color of Harmony

Cappies Review:

Thou Shall Rot In Hell- By: Matt Ruehlman

Thou Shall Rot In Hell- By: Richard Lowenburg

Thou Shall Rot In Hell- By: Olivia Krauth

Thou Shall Rot In Hell- By: Lindsey Franxman

CityBeat:

Thou Shall Rot in Hell (Review)- By Bart Bishop

 

Coming soon!

 

3 comments

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    May 7, 2013 7:22 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Jon Kovach

    We're looking very much forward to performing alongside The Sinners at The Cincinnati Fringe Festival. I love the casting process sign idea. Can't wait to see the performance! Best wishes! 

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    June 2, 2013 5:17 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Randy Waterhous

    Ratings:

    1*- Sorry I saw it
    2*- Glad I saw it
    3*- I recommend it
    4*- I would see it again
    And a second rating to cover degrees of weirdness ( a Fringe Festival standard)
    Fringy, Fringier, Fringiest
     

    Thou Shalt Rot in Hell

    Randy 2.5* Suzana 3* Fringy

    A one man show by a high school senior. The premise is that he is dead and doing some soul searching to identify his life's errors and escape his current damnation in hell. It is funny and well delivered. The life he reviews is delivered in 10 vignettes that include his portrayal of key people from his life. To get a 40 minute show out of an 18 year life means we have to look back to elementary school. We wish this actor all the best.

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    June 2, 2013 9:28 pmPosted 1 year ago
    Tim Meier

    The show was great. It was both emotional and full of humor. The acting was spot on. There was never a dull moment. The title is great and the idea is very original. I understand that this was a followup show to the 2012 Fringe show about the blowup doll. I can not wait for the next show!

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