Fringe Festivals bring the most outrageous and marginal theater into light. This year’s Maui Fringe Festival at Iao Theatre is the sixth so far on Maui, and will include three days of solo, musical, improv, self-produced, nationally acclaimed and otherwise unique dramatic arts. The Seabury Hall Dance Ensemble will also do a show, and Cocktails and Cabaret will perform burlesque.
One of those acts is the hit Oahu musical Money Talks: But What the Hell is it Saying? I recently got a chance to talk with performers Lucie Lynch and Marcia Zina Mager about their show and what money is actually saying to them.
MT: Did you always want to do theater?
MT: Your show was a hit at the Oahu Fringe Festival. What is performing on Oahu like?
MT: Whoa, the women’s prison sounds like a tough crowd.
MT: How has money affected you as an artist?
MT: What do you do when you’re not performing this show?
MT: Which hat would you say comes easiest? Singing or writing?
MT: If you could be in any Broadway show, which would it be?
MT: Pretend you’re writing me a guide book of what to do on Maui–What are your top things to do?
MT: What are you most proud of?
Maui’s sixth annual Fringe Festival runs at the Iao Theatre Jan. 22-24. Click here for more information.