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Swimming Against Fate, or How it Feels to Chew Five Gum

By All's Swole That Ends Swole

Written by Jack Squier

How many coin tosses does it take to make or break a friendship? Two non-binary teens struggle to keep their relationship afloat through the years in this non-linear play.
Adult language
The creators say this show is appropriate for ages 16 and up
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08/02 10:00 PM Rarig Center Xperimental $3.00

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08/09 8:30 PM Rarig Center Xperimental $3.00

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08/12 7:00 PM Rarig Center Xperimental $3.00

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Cast and Crew
Jack Squier
Playwright/Producer
Jack Squier uses They/Them/Theirs pronouns and is going into their senior year at the University of Minnesota where they are studying Theatre Arts with an emphasis in performance creation. Jack is one of three founding members of Hedge Theatre Company and is co-producing and co-starring in the company's debut production of "This is Our Youth" August 16-18 at the Bryant Lake Bowl and Theater. This is Jack's second Fringe Festival and this play is Jack's debut as a playwright and they could not be more excited to share this groups hard work with all of you!
Maggie Caplan
Director
Maggie Caplan uses She/Her/Hers pronouns and is going into her senior year at the University of Minnesota Morris, where she is studying theatre and sociology. This is her first time directing at Fringe, and she couldn't be more excited to be here! Past projects include Playwrights on a Train, Moon River and Room Enough
Elliott X
Stage Manager
Elliott uses they/them pronouns . They are currently working as a baker in the cities. As someone who identifies as nonbinary, they are grateful for the opportunity to be working on this show and to have a platform to share our voice. They've watched it grow from the beginning and can't wait to see it come into fruition.
Emily Rosenberg
Costume Designer
An avid lover of Spaghetti, "Breaking Bad", the city of Chicago (sorry Minneapolis), and everything theatrical, Emily is thrilled to present her first costume design. Emily uses She/Her/Hers pronouns is currently studying marketing, performance, and costume design at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. You might have just caught her acting in "The Fishbowl Bowl" at the Bryant Lake Bowl & Theater or in "Autobiography of Red" at the UMN. If you missed those, check her out in "This is Our Youth" at the Bryant Lake Bowl and Theater on August 16-18 with Hedge Theater Company!
Logan Gilbert-Guy
Aaron
Logan Gilbert-Guy uses He/Him/His pronouns is a queer artist who has been working around the twin cities since he was 11. He has just graduated from the Saint Paul Conservatory for the performing arts and plans to attend dell arte in 2019-2020. Thank you so much for you patronage!
Elijah Charlot
Dakota
Elijah Marlowe uses He/Him/His pronouns and is a trans-queer artist who has been working locally throughout the twin cities since he was 13. He will graduate from the Saint Paul Conservatory for the Performing Arts in 2019. Thank you and enjoy!
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