Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Update History

Last Updated July 27, 2009.
ALL reviews I'm aware of added. ALL shows (except the unnoticed Two Girls) categorized. Post-Fringe roundup post posted, including a list of the best-received shows and an ongoing list of remounted Fringe shows. My thoughts on the venues added to my complete Personal Fringe list.

The Guide was updated at 12:45p.m. on July 21, 2009 - some more reviews added, and notes designating the shows selected by the Examiner as "shows not to miss" added to Part 1.

The Guide was updated at 3p.m. on July 20, 2009 - all new reviews added, from Fringe and Purge, DC Theatre Scene, DCist and the Post's Going Out Gurus. Most shows sorted into Hidden Gem, Genre Show or Mess. Show closings noted in both the regular listing and in the alphabetical list. Exmainer's "10 Shows You Don't Want to Miss" list added to links.

The Guide was updated at noon on July 14, 2009 - some new reviews and categorizations added. The Lost Ones and Born of a Fairytale added to the buzziest-shows list. Skywriter awaiting promotion to Hidden Gem.

The Guide was updated at 5:30p.m. on July 13, 2009 with a new post, containing a list of "buzziest" Fringe shows and inviting comments and thoughts from readers, added, and that list repeated in Part Three. All Fringe page links added. LOTS of new reviews linked. First shows placed into Hidden Gem, Genre Show and Mess categories. My personal opinions on this weekends' shows added to the Brett's Fringe post. More sellouts noted. Fictitious changed to Genre Show from Fringearrific; Escapades of Farty Johnson awaiting demotion to Mess.

The Guide was updated at an insomniacal 5:30a.m. on July 12, 2009 with notes of sellouts added, new review links added, notes from shows I saw added. Irish Authors promoted to Proven.

The Guide was updated at some point with full weblinks to show sites.

The Guide was updated at 4:30pm on July 9, 2009 with more weblinks for shows and theater companies in Part One. A couple Fringearrific shows moved to Ringers after learning of their credentials (Cabaret Carousel, The Honest-to-God True Story of the Atheist). Decently-reviewed returning shows Irish Authors Held Hostage and Revolutionary! Isadora Duncan moved to Ringers. Minor changes to the Introduction concerning the purpose & use of this site.

The Guide was updated at 11:59pm on July 8, 2009 with some new weblinks for shows and theater companies in Part One.

The Guide was transferred to Blogger at 2:00am on July 8, 2009.

The Guide was created as a Facebook note at 1:00am on July 2, 2009, and updated frequently between then and its migration to this blog.

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