Fringe Review: Alone Together

Ted Bredngle’s story of love and friendship bravely dives into one of life’s most dangerous area, breaking the boundaries of the friend zone. Try to remove all of the Ross & Rachel images that may have come to mind with the friend zone reference.

Miranda and Walter were best friends. They broke the bounds of friendship and fell in love. They broke up. The show is based on Walter reliving the relationship, the good times and the horrible times that fill him with terrible remorse.


Ted Bredngle’s story of love and friendship bravely dives into one of life’s most dangerous area, breaking the boundaries of the friend zone. Try to remove all of the Ross & Rachel images that may have come to mind with the friend zone reference.

Miranda and Walter were best friends. They broke the bounds of friendship and fell in love. They broke up. The show is based on Walter reliving the relationship, the good times and the horrible times that fill him with terrible remorse.

The shades of love and loss fill the story making Walter’s pain palpable. Josh Stramoolis and Courtney Maistros gave very sold performances. The script could have done more with the story. The running time was around 35-40 minutes and the history of the two characters were not touched, and nor were the possible resolutions.

The crowd for the Monday night performance was very solid, with many first time Fringers in attendance.

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