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WILD WOMEN OF PLANET WONGO invades the Pittsburgh Fringe Festival

Coming virtually to the Pittsburgh Fringe Festival after successful productions in New York City and Chicago.

WILD WOMEN OF PLANET WONGO invades the Pittsburgh Fringe Festival

The 60s sci-fi immersive musical comedy Wild Women of Planet Wongo, a wacky B-movie inspired musical about a planet of Amazonian women who first encounter men when two bumbling astronauts crash on their planet, is coming virtually to the Pittsburgh Fringe Festival after successful productions in New York City and Chicago.

by Not Too Fancy Productions, LLC and filmed at the Parkside Lounge in New York City, Wongo will be premiering on Friday, May 7 at 8pm EST and will continue to stream all weekend long Saturday, May 8 and Sunday, May 9.

For FREE tickets and the secret recipe for the perfect Wongotini (the official cocktail of Planet Wongo), visit www.PlanetWongo.com and click on PITTSBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL.

Wongo was originally workshopped at the University of Michigan's New Works Festival and in NYC at the Ensemble Studio Theatre, was a Next Link selection at the New York Musical Theatre (NYMF) and then ran successfully at the Red Barn Theatre in Key West, Florida. The immersive version's NYC debut was at Bushwick's Brooklyn Fireproof, then it played for 10 months at the Parkside Lounge in New York City (where the video was filmed) before it's stint at the Chopin Theatre in Chicago.

Cast include: Aiesha Dukes, Maya Hana Evans, Miki Hellerbach, Jenna Marcello, KC Morse, Amanda Nicholas, and Howie Schaal. Creative team includes: Steve Mackes (Book & Lyrics), Ben Budick (Lyrics), Dave Ogrin (Lyrics and Music), David Rigano (Director), Juson Williams (Choreographer), Paul Rigano(Musical Director), Amy Holson-Schwartz (General Manager), Emily Grayson (Production Supervisor/Stage Manager), Patrick Harnett-Marshall (Assistant Stage Manager), Ido Levran (Video and Sound Design), Rudy Agresta (Animations), Lisa Hufnagel (Lighting Design), Rob Dutiel (Set Design/Props), Elise VanderKley (Costumes), Marsh Shugart (Makeup and Wig Design).



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