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Remy Raygun of the Space Brigade: A Build-Your-Own Space Opera

By Hot Chocolate Media

Created by Kyle B. Dekker

A fun and interactive play for all ages. Join Remy Raygun, as she explores space and works to stop the evil machinations of Baroness Badmouth. Accompanied by live music you help craft the story.
Flashing lights,Loud noises
The creators say this show is appropriate for ages 2-6 and up
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Remy Raygun of the Space Brigade: A Build-Your-Own Space Opera 08/03 5:30 PM Augsburg Mainstage $3.00

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Cast and Crew
Kyle B. Dekker
Kyle is a writer, performer, director and a member of Fearless Comedy Productions. Kyle directed the plays Waiting for Gygax and Fearless Five: Harbingers. He produced, co-wrote, and appeared in two webseries; Fang & Talon, and Super Academy. Most recently he was on stage as Pericles in The Greater War by phillip andrew bennett low. You can find out more about Kyle’s work at hotchocolatemedia.net.
Jacob Gulliver
Jacob is a writer, filmmaker, and all around geek. His writing credits include the webseries Fang & Talon and Super Academy (both of which he also directed), and the short film Fancy Men. His third Fringe Festival, Jacob's past credits include First Draft Last Draft, and Waiting for Gygax. He is the co-host and editor of The Movie Machine Podcast, and one day will become the guardian of the Sanctum Sanctorum.
Rachel Austin
Baroness Badmouth/The Ambassadors
Rachel Austin is originally from Dallas, Texas. Since graduating from Macalester College, Rachel has Fringed it up a few times now, even producing and writing her own one-woman snow: “How to Become a Complete (Southern) Woman.” She has also worked with Theatre Pro Rata (Rocket Man), Artistry (Blithe Spirit), Comedy Suitcase (The Averagers & The Kafka Nuts), Other Tiger Productions (Elysium Blues), and more. She has a passionate disdain for pizza, and spends her spare time gardening. She also works as a teaching artist, event host, and trainer. She is excited to be sharing the stage with these baddd ladies!
Natavia Lewis
Remy Raygun/The Reader
Natavia is a Minnesota native making her Fringe Festival debut in Remy Raygun of the Space Brigade. After receiving her BA in Theatre From Minnesota State University, Mankato, Natavia has appeared in Hand-Picked as part of the 2017 Twin Cities Horror Festival and, most recently, as Arcadia in Savage Umbrella's ensemble production of The Ravagers. Natavia has also done work touring with CLIMB Theatre and is currently a Teaching Artist at The Children's Theatre.
Cassie Liberkowski
The Commodore/Dr. Fusion/The Fifth Traveler
Cassie Liberkowski is a performer, writer, painter, carpenter, and master general buffoonery. She studied theatre, art, and French at the University of Minnesota Duluth and now resides in the twin cities. When she’s not acting, she can be found enjoying long walks through her mind palace or snuggling her pets. Cassie is a brilliant storyteller and crazy power hungry feminist. A Texan’s worst nightmare wrapped up in one dynamic joke-popping package. She plans to start film school in the fall and intends to build her own film company.
KT Magnolia
KT learned her theatrical skills growing up on the farm and performing for the cows. She spent the last number of years honing those skills in Duluth, MN, where she earned her degree in Theatre and Music, and is ecstatic to be making her Fringe (and Minneapolis) debut. Her favourite pasttimes include silly voices and overanalyzing episodes of Star Trek: TOS.
Caly McMorrow
Caly is a composer, artist, and musician who loves to mix classical elements with electronic. Science fiction and retrofuturism have been influences ever since watching "The Day The Earth Stood Still" as a kid. Her work has been presented at venues varying from warehouse parties to the Walker Art Center, and earned awards from the Minnesota State Arts Board, Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, and Jerome Foundation. She's excited for her debut at the Minnesota Fringe Festival and as a thereminist.
Joseph Yé
Aiden Milligan
Stage Manager
A member of Fearless Comedy Productions, Aiden has spent the last 2 years doing stand-up comedy and improv. He is best known for his role as Tree #3 (silent) in his elementary school play "Why are there so many trees?" You can usually find him at Fearless Lab trying to tell jokes and sing funny songs, or on Facebook trying to explain why everyone else but him is wrong.
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