Come watch our lifelike hosts perform a short scene of idyllic midwest domesticity. I’m sure that everything will go according to plan and nobody will get murdered by bloodthirsty robots. Uff da!
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Eric SiegelWriter, Actor
Hello, and welcome to Midwestworld! My name is Eric Siegel, and I’ll be your host for the show. Some of you might remember me from previous productions during the Minnesota Fringe festival including “The Final Tubby Bye Bye” and “Mnemosyne.” Others of you are probably meeting me for the very first time and to all of those folks I extend a hearty “salutations” and “nice to meet you!”
Paris KelvakisWriter, Actor
Paris was born and raised in Minneapolis Minnesota and when he was young his favorite episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation was "A Fistful of Datas" These days, Paris still lives in Minneapolis and works as a librarian and his favorite episode of Star Trek is "Rascals"
Kelly GladerWriter, Actor
A Fringe enthusiast with a penchant for making art with her friends, this is Kelly’s third Fringe Festival play in a row with the same beautiful crew of people. She’s dipped her toes in many different roles the last few years, including writing, acting, stage managing, and for a brief time tried being an assistant director. She commits to being the optimist and the comedian in every role she fills. When it’s not Fringe Festival, Kelly is an entrepreneur and all around boss bitch. Her day job is to write about sex @josundaylovesyou. Above all, she keeps it weird. Always keep it weird.
Shalee is an early career director/choreographer in the Twin Cities who specializes in working with visionary playwrights and performers to assist them in realizing their work. Shalee has previous directed with 20% Theatre Company, Uprising Theatre Company, Freshwater Theatre Company, Gadfly Theatre Company, Theatre Unbound, and has assistant directed with Walking Shadow. She is proud to direct her fourth show with Play-dot Productions. She just quit her day job to pursue theatre more full time, and the answer is yes her parents are very proud and are definitely not making other plans for retirement. Can't get enough of Shalee's work at the Fringe? Catch her other directorial work, Soft by J. Merrill Motz, a Paper Soul production, on The Ritz Mainstage.
Hillary OlsonPhotographer/Media Manager
Amanda is incredibly excited to be along for the ride with this awesome group of hosts. Past Fringe credits include Mayor Lear of Townsville and Hostil Watching. She’s also recently non-fringed with Mission Theatre, Chameleon Theatre Circle, and Wayward Theatre. Other than acting, Amanda is also programmed to love her boyfriend Josh and their cat Arya.