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Zootown Fringe Festival day 5 recap

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The Second Annual Zootown Fringe Festival came to a close on Sunday with one final performance by Dragon Parfait, an eclectic blend of musicians composed of Graham Woolley, Sean McChesney and Drew Fetherolf, with special guests Justine Flynn and Jay Bruns. The group provided a live score to a screening of the classic film The Adventures of Prince Achmed, a German film created in 1926 which is the oldest known full length animated film. Dressed in brown monk's robes, the band skillfully added to the beauty of the film with a one-time only performance that provided the perfect ending to a most successful Fringe. The packed house at the Brink Gallery watched and listened in awe and amazement as the band truly brought this classic silent film to life.

Immediately thereafter, Creative Director Michelle Risho handed out awards to the Festival's participants, and thanked the sponsors for their contributions to the success of the Fringe. Here's a list of the awards given out:

Cut the Mustard Award - Project Gingervitis (Jordan Watkins)

The Perspiring Award - City Clickers

Cupcake Award - MASC Artisans

Sausage Award - Steven Kates (What I Learned From Porn)

Fluffle Award - Metercraeft Competition (Viscosity Theatre)

Extemperaneous Award - Steve Zeiler

Unleashed Award - Spokane Artist Invasion - Not From Here

Vortex Award - Mystery Mark (Viscosity Theatre)

Bard Award - Chris Sand: Mountania

Zoo Award - Bare as you Dare bicycle ride

XVOO Award - Carla Green

Bouquet Award - All Over the Bored

Chortle Award - Katie Rubin (Dick so Big, Why I Died, a Comedy)

Spirit of the Fringe Award - eL.I.Be of Cherry Sky Studios

Microscope Award - Prison Boxing (Leah Joki)

Top Shelf Award - Kelsey Grammer is Abraham Lincoln Live! (Sean Kirkpatrick)

Overall it was a wonderful Festival. I can hardly wait to see what next year brings.

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