And so ends my FringeNYC 2010 coverage.  I can't say that seeing 6 FringeNYC shows this year was "exhilirating" given that, for example, fellow blogger Aaron Riccio of That Sounds Cool saw 27 shows.  But I enjoyed the random smattering of shows that I saw, and I found that my method of allowing three friends to each pick two shows actually yielded better results than me picking on my own.  Either than, or FringeNYC has simply gotten better in recent years.  In either case it's been fun, and I'd like to thank Linda Buchwald, Adam Rothenberg, Byrne Harrison, Aaron Riccio, Wendy Caster, Sasha Pensanti, Jimmy Moon, and Jon Sobel, as well as Show Showdown where we've all  cross-posted our reviews.  Between us all we seem to have seen almost half of FringeNYC's fare this year, which isn't a bad start for year 1!

Year 2 of the ITBA Fringe bloggers reviews is going to need a catchy name, however.  Damn Time Out and Their FringeBinge name.  They don't leave much left, do they.


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