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How’s everyone doing? Pretty good? That was a crazy weekend, huh? If you’re still jonesin’ for more … well, first, take a breath. There’s not too much going on today, because Fringe organizers value our sanity. One of the two evening shows on the docket (Journey of a Bombshell: The Ina Ray Hutton Story) has cancelled tonight’s performance, so there’s pretty much just the one now. But you can detox with some nice Shakespeare. Would you like that?

The Winter’s Tale (Mead Theater Lab: Flashpoint, 8 p.m.) — One of Shakespeare’s weirder cuts gets the surfer-bum treatment in We Happy Few‘s take. Rachel Kurzius appreciated it for its blending of the line between performer and audience, praising its “game, talented cast.”

Also: Unless you’re the lucky person who Brian Feldman is washing dishes for tonight, your only other option for a performance is The Little Crane and the Long Journey, bright and early at 10 a.m. But you can always catch up with yesterday’s deluge of Fringeworthy reviews and plan out your week!