Get a whole mess of down-home wisdom from Paul Strickland and Stewart Huff at Fringe Year Round

As part of their mission to bring Fringe’s most popular shows back for patrons who may have missed them the first time around, Orlando Fringe presents six shows by two award-winners from last year’s festival. Paul Strickland and Stewart Huff each present three shows, making up a sort of Redneck Weekend of inventively staged storytelling. Falling more into the big-fish/shaggy-dog school of exaggeration, Strickland performs Ain’t True and Uncle False (“learn how they made black-eyed peas by punching green peas!”), Papa Squat’s Store of Sorts and Tales Too Tall for Trailers; Huff, a self-described “liberal Southern road comic,” ruminates on the South’s absurdities in Donating Sperm to My Sister’s Wife, Darwin Versus Rednecks and Sense Ain’t Common. With six approximately one-hour-long shows to choose from, a different pair each night, it’s up to you to determine just how much down-home wisdom you need: a little or a whole damn lot.

7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, March 24-26 | Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 E. Rollins St. | orlandofringe.org | $14
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