The Douglas’s Alley (Alley on Broadway between Ryman and Higgins, by Office Supplies)
Gavin McCourt, of the Douglasses:
Because it’s an ongoing, global event.
What does fringe mean to you?
Off the green but still putt-able.
How would you describe the fringe festival to people who might be confused?
It’s a public art experience that seeks to be all inclusive and unbridled in it’s scope.
What do you do?
Play guitar, write music, skurf, douglas.
What are you doing at Fringe Missoula.
Helping everyone realize they are in the band. 7.098 billion strong (give or take)!
Why do you do what you do?
To help lift the veil off my own eyes and see that time does not exist; there is only one time, the present.
Why should people see what you do?
I am not the doer. We are. People should see themselves as constantly evolving and extremely intricate works of art that are ALIVE.
What other performers/artists will you see at Missoula Fringe?
More incarnations of Ugoldas.
What’s your favorite color?
My favorite thing in the world is the ubiquitous “rock and roll,” that is, the struggle of humankind to dream greater dreams and live more ideally. But that obviously includes rock and roll music from Beethoven to Hendrix to Cat Power to Buppies.