2020 Digital Hub Recorded

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Recorded Shows (Alphabetical by Title)

ADMISSION & PLATFORM   TITLE BY INFO
(Warnings & ~Length)
CAST AGES

$5

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A Circus in Stitches Cirque Us Follow our RagTag group of threadbare, yarn-spinning characters as they explore a new patchwork world. This show features high-flying, knot-tying, gravity defying aerialists, loopy jugglers, musicians that pull at your heart strings, and comedy that will leave you in stitches.

Can these six ragamuffins find a common thread, or will they fall apart at the seams?  ~80 minutes
Rena Dimes, Nina Gershy, Logan Kerr, Pher Gleason, Justin Durham, Mariah Fraker 2-6+

FREE

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A Circus Show WeFlip Entertainment Come one, come all to witness the amazing Brothers as they spin, jump and flip in this one-of-a-kind intimate circus. The two brothers are trapped for an eternity of performance which can only be broken by an audience that will not clap…But that is near impossible as audiences watch the Brothers amazing acrobatics mixed with comedic foolery. These brothers will spin in full size hoops, balance at heights over 15ft in the air, and flip off a launching see-saw; All of this while their comedic interaction and intimacy will keep audiences of all ages intrigued! Be sure not to miss “A Circus Show!” ~ 24:51 minutes Csaba Szilagyi, Zachary Miller, Alex Wiggins 2-6+

FREE
(Artist requests you donate to Minnesota Fringe)

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A Mermaid in Every Sea Mermaid Productions Storyteller Ariel Leaf presents some of her best stories from Fringe shows in 2013, 2015, 2017. Will it be the famous ferry ride to the wrong country, her trip to Narnia on LSD, her russian roulette with bathrooms in India, her postcards from abroad, or the time she almost got arrested in her own hallway? One things for sure, it's bound to be quite the journey. (Abuse / Physical violence, Adult language, Crude humor, Drug content, Mental illness, Sexual content, Sexual violence) ~50 minutes Ariel Leaf 16+

FREE

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A Preview Reading of "Pigheaded" The Feral Theatre Company "Pigheaded" is a new play premiering February at The Elision Playhouse, based on the playwright's hatred for...a certain classic novel about scouts marooned on an island. You're invited to listen to the first part of the first reading completely for free! (Adult language) Company Members of The Feral Theatre Company 12-15+

FREE

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Between ... Then, Now Next Ray Terrill Dance Group Dances of hope and resilience from repertory, including Litany, Reverence, Interplay | Still & Moving and Untitled: Number 1, 2012. ~51:28 minutes Bethany Hansen, Ann Govig Jacobson, Jim Lieberthal, Jennifer Mack, Paulette Mattson, Christina Mohn Munter, Ashley Penrod, Sophia Pitcher, Christina Plichta, Ray Terrill and Sally Murphy Toso 12-15+

FREE (Donations accepted)

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  Brian Kennedy Live From Dublin Brian Kennedy / Seaview Sessions Brian Kennedy multi platinum international recording artist streams his lockdown concert from Dublin. Experience and celebrate that voice, musicianship and personality. Hearing is believing. ~75 minutes Brian Kennedy 12-15+

$10

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  Broadstroke Reeder Lockhaven Communications In August of 2017, Rich suffered a stroke. This play examines how Rich tries to make some sense out of what happened. Through song, dance and humor, follow Rich’s journey. What is real, what did he imagine? The talented cast, all members of the Guthrie Theater’s Actors Workout, are his guides - they are at his side from the night before he goes to the hospital through his recovery. ~52 minutes Featuring Neal Beckman, Peter Danbury, Delta Giordano, Rich Reeder, Kurt Schulz, Sara Truesdale, with Raye Birke 16+
Pay What You Can

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Climbing My Family Tree The Adventures of Les Kurkendaal Barrett Les takes a test on Ancestry.com and gets shocking results . Watch him learn about his roots and help solve a decades long mystery.  (Adult language) ~59 minutes Les Kurkendaal-Barrett 12-15+

FREE / Donations

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Etched Glass Decanter Evening Crane Theatre "Etched Glass Decanter" is a radio drama series featuring dialogue, poetry, music, and soundscapes. The story follows several characters across multifarious strange worlds. Headphones recommended for optimal listening. ~60 minutes Reid Watson, Leah Schwartz, Lena Vani, Johnny Segalla, Elizabeth Cardaropoli, Patrick Seebold, Eugenia Forteza, Christopher Ellis, Diana Quetti, Brent Bruckner 12-15+

Pay What You Can

The Fourth Wall

Fallen from the Toy Box The Fourth Wall From the award-winning creators of "Fruit Flies Like a Banana" come tales of youth and consequences. Inspired by our discarded mementos, this musical reverie revisits fairy tales, childhood games, and the secret life of toys. FIVE STARS - CBC & Winnipeg Free Press. “So beautiful you might get a little verklempt.” ~60 minutes Hilary Abigana, C. Neil Parsons, Greg Jukes 7-11+
$5.50

Martin Dockery
Forbidden City! Martin Dockery CRITICS PICK - City Beat, Cincinnati. An utterly original storytelling experience. What starts as a funny & true story about a tour of China’s Forbidden City goes completely off the rails, becoming a ridiculous, enraged, vital, heartfelt, & uplifting story about life itself. Previous MN Fringe shows: Delirium, Inescapable, Moonlight After Midnight, The Exclusion Zone, The Surprise, Wanderlust. ~70 minutes Martin Dockery 12-15+

$8

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Hanging Tree: A Short Confession The Feral Theatre Company "Hanging Tree: A Short Confession" by James Wilkinson lets us see into the confessions of a young woman and her supernatural experiences. (Suicidal ideation / Self-harm) ~25 minutes Ella Dierberger as Woman 
12-15+

FREE (suggested donation $5)

WHO'S LOUIS?
I'm not playing WHO'S LOUIS? Jeremy and Jess broke up last night. Jess is ready to leave him, but Jeremy isn’t convinced; meanwhile, Caitlyn and Dev mediate and miscommunicate. This digital installation gives audiences the power of choice: choose your viewpoint as you unravel the tight-knit relationships of these four roommates whose feelings may prove more powerful than their wit. (Adult language, Drug content) ~25 minutes with option to watch again via a new track Cece Otto, Monica Goff, Dominic Zappala, Katryna Williams, Kelsey Jensen 16+

Pay What You Can ($10 suggested donation)

Playable Artworks
Instructions for a Habitat Inventory Playable Artworks In our personal habitats, we face two converging pressures: the way our worlds have shrunk as we've all sheltered in place, and the way that we are currently being called to more closely examine issues of equity in our neighborhoods and communities. Using a smartphone app, audio performance, and five locations of your own choosing, this on-demand interactive experience will guide you through a reflection on where you are and what that means to you. ~60 minutes Erin Farsté Maxine Ford Jei Herald-Zamora Chasya Hill Suzie Juul Kaz Loren Natavia Lewis Derante Parker Dana Lee Thompson Writer and Director: Margo Gray 12-15+

FREE
(Artists request donations to Minnesota Fringe)

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Khushi (Happiness) RGK Modern Indian Dance Academy In this intelligent, playful, lovable new Bollywood Musical Dance Drama, the audience is treated to an inside look at the girl’s journey to discover different facets of happiness. Frequently hilarious, occasionally heartbreaking, and thoroughly inspiring, [KHUSHI] is “tale of a girl…challenged by spiritual forces to find the true meaning of happiness.”? ~90 minutes Renu Kumar, Sayali Pathak, Anju-Madhavi Gurajada, Young Anju-Simar Chahal, Jordan prosser, Debbie Mukherjee, Ram Nagarajan, Arti Bedi, Aadi Awasthi, Preet Chahal, Tarun Garg, Sunitha Pillai, Harshini Gurramkonda, Swapna Maripally, Preet Chehal, Chaitanya Polumentla, Arun Sharma, Raji Shankar, Arun Bhargava, Kavya Dama, Prabhav Gupta, Shalini Chatterjee, Arpita Ganguly, Deepajali Kar, Payal Jain, Bhumi Dosh
2-6+

Single Ticket: $8 USD, Family Pass: $12 USD

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Killjoy, Ohio Queen City Flash During a late night break-in that goes awry, two strangers discover a hidden connection to each other and the mysterious town that has taken more from them than either fully realize. Killjoy, Ohio: a sleek "what-dunnit" about small towns, Bermuda triangles and the lengths people will go to recover lost things. (Adult language, Flashing lights) ~65 min Trey Tatum, Jordan Trovillion, Directed by Bridget Leak 16+

Pay What You Can

Paper Soul

Knifeslingin'! Paper Soul Ted "Critter"; Montana is BACK with the 2017 Fringe Hit "Knifeslingin'!", where Critter will teach YOU how to survive the streets...no guns, no karate chops, just KNIVES, hotshot. Filmed at the 2019 Cincy Fringe by Minion Productions' own Grant Evan Knutson and guest starring Cincinnati rockstar Liz Carman! (Adult language, Crude humor, Gun / Weapon usage, Loud noises) ~60 minutes J. Merrill Motz as Ted "Critter"Montana, Liz Carman as Assistant District Attorney 12-15+

FREE

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Love and Other Lures Dr. Dour & Peach Dr. Dour (vocals, 10-string touch-guitar) and Peach (cello, banjo, cute) sing songs about monsters in a house concert with a troll infestation, a tiny announcer who lives in the walls, and an obligatory scary child singing. The Producer's Pick of the Fringe at Cincinnati Fringe 2020 combines quirky and intricate songwriting with surprising emotional depth. (Adult language) ~45 minutes Toby Mulford, Rachel Spicknall Mulford, James Humphries, Matthew Pauli 7-11+

FREE

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My Big Gay Debutante Ball Kinetic Dust My Big Gay Debutante Ball is a epic solo musical about a midwestern preacher’s daughter who braves her way out of hiding into a re-created world where gay women are celebrated with a fabulous coming-out ball. (Adult language, Sexual content)
Meg Anderson 16+

FREE
($5 suggested donation)

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Nature Creature Ruth MacKenzie and friends  Dynamic vocalist Ruth MacKenzie brings her passionate and intimate style to Nature Creature, a sensuous work encompassing the beauty and complexity of being alive. Featuring the luminous words of seven poets, including Louise Erdrich, A R Ammons, and Hafiz.

Developed and performed in collaboration with cellist Jacqueline Ultan and composer-pianist Elizabeth Alexander. ~50 minutes 
Ruth MacKenzie, Jacqueline Ultan, Elizabeth Alexander 
12-15+

Pay What You Can

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Old Time Radio: Original Works The Mysterious Old Radio Listening Society We are excited to present two original audio dramas written, performed, and produced in the style of classic radio series! The show features "Song of the Bittersweet" from the series Dead Man’s Tales by Eric Webster and"The Silence of Death" from the series Mr. & Mrs. Nighthawk by Joshua English Scrimshaw. ~68 minutes Shanan Custer, Joshua English Scrimshaw, Tim Uren, Eric Webster 12-15+

$5-$10
(Suggested donation)

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Paul & Erika's HOUSE SHOW Theatre Mobile Waiting for Godot meets Pee-wee’s Playhouse: “A show that shows what a show is in a time of no shows,” from 15-time Best of Fest-winning Fringe touring performers. CRITIC’S PICK - CityBeat “Outstanding and barely quantifiable!” - Artswave ~36 minutes plus (depending on how far you are from your kitchen) Paul Strickland, Erika Kate MacDonald, Plate and Spoon 12-15+

$8

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  prey The Feral Theatre Company Dillon Conner has an obsession: he finds online predators and leaks their information to his popular blog. But when does an obsession go to far? (Adult language, Crude humor, Mental illness, Sexual content) ~35-40 minutes
Braden Joseph - Playwright/Dillon 16+

$10 suggested donation

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Proximity Pones Dance is an art form of touch. Of bodies connecting in space to make shapes, to tell stories, to create feeling. So, what happens when we can't be next to one another? Pones will explore how to feel close, even though, for the moment, we are all so far apart. (Flashing light) ~45 minutes Kim Popa, Ian Forsgren, Amy Tuttle, Julie Locker, Courtney Duncan, Amy Siler, Jamie Kreindler, Ernaisja Curry, Zoe Rose Davidson, Maliyah Gramata-Jones, Glenda Figueiredo, Jensen O'Dell, Chantée Jordan, Cece Padilla, Tabari Crook, Michael Wright, Donna Rubin, Montez Jenkins-Copeland, and J. Evelyn Guest (v/o) 7-11+

FREE

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Radio FEAR! Conundrum Collective Conundrum Collective performs two frightful Radio Dramas from the Golden Age of Radio: 'Pyrigi's Wonderful Dolls,' and 'Three Skeleton Key!' Complete with all new music and Foley effects... do you dare listen in the dark?? (Abuse / Physical violence, Gun / Weapon usage, Loud noises, Violence) ~60 minutes Pyrigi's Wonderful Dolls: Tim Como, Tracie Hodgdon, Patrick Sheehy, Aaron Ruder, Anneliese Stuht Commercial: Patrick Sheehy, Anneliese Stuht, Heather Burmeister, Aaron Ruder, Tim Como Three Skeleton Key: Patrick Sheehy, Phil Schramm, Jason Kornelis, Anneliese Stuht, Mary Radke, Margaret McDonald Radio FEAR! music by Sal'TheDarkCloak','Pyrigi's Wonderful Dolls' music by Joe Gamble,'Three Skeleton Key' music by Nick Nelson. 12-15+

FREE

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Simon Stadler Staging Production Co.  Lucy narrates the story of Simon, her next door neighbor with a troubled home life. She takes the audience through different events in their lives which all culminate in one night: Chase's Christmas party. (Abuse / Physical violence, Adult language, Drug content, Flashing lights, Loud noises, Mental illness)~35 minutes Lucy - Lily Heideman Simon - Simon Luckow Simon's Mom - Anna Damrow-Wagoner Simon's Dad - Luke Reilly Lucy's Mom - Abby Ball Madison - Brie Peterman Dylan - Kaylee Clauson Chase - Raeann Berk  16+

FREE
(Donations accepted)

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"So, What Did I Miss?" (or, Everyone Has A Voice!) Visionary Theater An abstract landscape about earthly elements resisting an oppressive hierarchical supernatural power. Visionary Theater is a new Minnesota-based project for Autism-centric theatre arts to promote more inclusivity for neurodiversity. (Adult language, Crude humor, Flashing lights, Loud noises, Mental illness, Violence)  ~15:38 minutes Bryan Alden Carlson, Danny Roherty, James Satter, Patrick McNamer, Dylan Ward, Renee DeSitter, Luke Zenker "Zuke", Breanna Young, Luke McMullen "McLuke", Dan Britt 12-15+

$5

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Starstruck: A Cosmic Circus Cirque Us Join our intrepid Astronomer and gaze into the cosmos, where we fall into orbit with nine acrobat planets, each one the center of their own private universe. Watch these celestial celebrities rocket into stardom, exploring circus through a cosmic lens. Alone in the galaxy, their talent only eclipsed by their solar flair. Come dance among the stars while they chase comets, dive through black holes, juggle moons, and defy gravity. ~75 minutes Ivan Jermyn, Marieke Daily, Doug Sewart, Rena Dimes, Cam Zweir, Delaney Bayles, Alec McGowan, Justin Durham, Lindsay Barrows, Sam Gurwitt 2-6+

$5

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Stuck in an Elevator with Patrick Stewart The Theatre Cosmic A renowned actor torn between the London stage and Hollywood, and the sharp but awkward teenager who idolizes him, challenge each other's hopes and fears amidst the chaos of a sci-fi convention in 1988. "Stuck in an Elevator with Patrick Stewart" was performed at the 2013 Minnesota Fringe Festival, receiving the Audience Choice encore award and selling out all six of its performances. ALL PROCEEDS GO TOWARDS THE MINNESOTA FRINGE. (Adult language) ~59 minutes
Patrick Stewart: George M. Calger Daniel Jimmies: Brandon Caviness Jake: Andrew Thews Neil: Phillip Schramm Theresa: Alyssha Rose Jordan Debbie/Convention Guest: Camille Smith David/Volunteer: Max Lorei Director: Kevin T. Houle Playwright/Producer: Brandon Taitt 12-15+

FREE

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Super Patriots! Unreliable Narrator Theater Group  SUPER PATRIOTS! Short absurdist plays about American leaders who loved their country so much that they unleashed reigns of terror upon it. Part 1, Senator Joseph McCarthy; part 2, President James Buchanan. (Adult language, Crude humor, Gun / Weapon usage, Violence) ~25 minutes written by Carl Danielson I. "Super Patriots" (1950-1954) Brian Rust, Tim Hoover, Carl Danielson, Kitty Drexel, Liz Salazar, Juliet Bowler, Emily Taradash, Jenny Gutbezahl, Tim Hoover 12-15+

FREE (Donations appreciated)

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The Art of Opposition The People Project The Art of Opposition uses movement to explore resistance in all of it's forms, from physical to sociological. This work was inspired by the evolution of resistance across generations, and aims to provoke discussion around the varied forms opposition can take. 50% of proceeds will go to the Black Women's Health Imperative. (Adult language) ~50 minutes
Anna Buskala, Abigail Doran, Noa Hickerson, Kathryn Hicks, Amanda Hoffman, Amber Lange, Tessa Longshore, Maddi Miller, Kelly Montgomery, Cascade Oppitz, Ahna Pedersen, Karmen Peter, Katie Rhoten, Hannah Saunders, Megan Setterlund, Molly Smerillo, Marissa Williamson, Megan Witte, Kristen Ziegler 12-15+

$8

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(Limited Offering)

 

The Bathtub Play The Feral Theatre Company "The Bathtub Play" by Becky McLaughlin is a comical play about a woman trapped in a bathtub. (Crude humor) ~30 minutes

Only offered July 30, August 1, August 4, August 7, & August 9 
Erin Gassner as Woman 12-15+

$20

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The Empathy Project: a new human experience | Volume I The Outer Loop Theater Experience 'All we have to do is survive this moment.' From The Outer Loop and The Humanity Project, comes a LIVE virtual collaboration and devised theatrical response to the moment of crisis, we as a global community, currently find ourselves in. These are strange and uncertain times... ones simultaneously abundant and lacking in connection and hope. Can we, through theater, inspire empathy and reconnect to our shared humanity? (Adult language) ~60 minutes Heather Stevenson, Emily Vitrano, Rachael Yoder, Courtney Lavender, Izzy Hepker, Maddy Smith, Destiny Dunn, Diane Lent, Joel Ottenheimer, Joe Metcalfe, Ellen Campbell, Jessie Rose Roark, Jill Marlow, Ken Miller, Al Herrmann, Bill Bowers, Caroline Williamson, Isaiah Gates, Vito Scalogna, Ella Vitrano; 16+

$20

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The Empathy Project: a new human experience | Volume II The Outer Loop Theater Experience The Secret Handshake From The Outer Loop and The Humanity Project, comes a second LIVE virtual collaboration and devised theatrical response to the moment of crisis, we as a global community, currently find ourselves in. These are scary and uncertain times... ones simultaneously abundant and lacking in connection and hope. Can we, through theater, inspire empathy and reconnect to our shared humanity? (Adult language, Violence) ~60 minutes Mikeala Holmes, Vito Scalogna, Bryant Hayes, Teresa Reynolds, Roy George, Jonathan Allsop, Kate Odulukwe, Isaiah Gates, Heather Stevenson, David Guster, Ian Durham, Melvin P. Huffnagle 16+

Suggested Donation $3 

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The Frances Films Chris Szajbert  
In this series of experimental shorts, solo artist Chris Szajbert us simultaneously shot multi-screen Zoom recordings to depict the sexual awakening of a young starlet and the web of misguided souls who contribute to her downfall. These dark yet playful films use found toys and original soundscapes to explore mature themes and create a unique and compelling world. (Sexual content, Sexual violence) ~27 minutes Chris Szajbert 18+ only

FREE
(Donations suggested)

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The Graveyard Alyssa Rae/ Second Star Productions A coming of age story. Four teenagers decide to visit a haunted graveyard before their high school graduation. (Adult language, Mental illness) ~20 minute Jenna: Tara Stona Alex: Elliot Stevens Shane: Michael Munoz Amber: Alyssa Rae 16+

FREE

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The Opinions of Men: A Stupid History of the Protestant Reformation That Crying Mask and That Laughing Mask Productions The world-changing Protestant Reformation unfolds in front of your eyes, as totally legitimate historians and cutting-edge animation bring the conflicts of 16th-century Europe to life in painstaking detail. This is what happens when two religions, picked to share a continent, stop being polite and start getting real. (Adult language, Blood) ~61 minutes Brandon Burton, Brianna Bernard, Jared Earland, Maggie Cramer, Rory Sheridan, Chinn Molloy, Jordan Trovillion, Andrew Ian Adams, Paul Strickland, Zoe Davidson, Simon Powell, Dave Levy, Merritt Beischel, Gramata-Jones, Sean Peters, Ben Dudley, Emma Wilson, Gretchen Schultz, Alex Parks, Ariel Mary Ann, Celeste Fohl, Ryan Fohl 16+

FREE

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The Prostate Daniel Hertz A humorous solo show about a prostate exam. ~12:20 minutes Daniel Hertz 18+ only

FREE

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The Scranton Strangler: An Office Musical Literally Entertainment Go from 'binge watch' to 'Fringe watch' as this parody of your favorite TV series follows the case of the Scranton Strangler. The staff at Dunder Mifflin is dropping like flies, but who could the killer possibly be? (Spoiler: It's definitely Toby.) ~46:20 minutes Kyle DeGoey Music and Lyrics/Head Producer/Musical Director Travis Carpenter Writer/Director/Assistant to the Regional Producer/Dwight Lindsey Fallenstein Pianist Leor Szleifer Michael Taylor James Wegner Melissa Noelle Murray Pam Aaron Cook Jim/Ryan Lisa Marie Evanson Angela Divya Maiya Kelly/Hide Russ Purdy Creed 12-15+

FREE

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The Telling The Electric Telescope Experimental Theatre Under a tell in southeastern Europe is hidden the ruins of a lost city. Two archeologists explore the origin of the ruins, meanwhile, all around them, the ancient people live-out their lost history. ~23 minutes Lynnda Nelson, John Bickford, Ben Habel, Cayla Marie Wolpers, Xana Vang, Meredith Tuve, Clara Kennedy and Kennedy Pounds.  7-11+

 

Donations accepted via PayPal via info@freneticore.net (Suggested donation: $10)

 

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Vesper The Pilot Dance Project The Pilot Dance Project performs acclaimed choreographer Ashley Horn's Vesper, an evening of Modern dance work that explores the rituals, ceremonies, and the need for mindful thinking that form the basis of the human experience. In a contemporary climate of a shifting world order, the themes of Vesper are more significant than ever, and suggest that the call to world peace will be answered by introspection and self-examination. ~45 minutes Shanon Adame, Adam Castan͂eda, Dorianne Castillo, Anna Claire Harris, Eva Jin, Cloe Leppard, Mollie Miller, Tory Pierce, and Kristina Prats 
12-15+

FREE

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Wash/Repeat Meg Kirchhoff Is time moving forward, or are we always circling back, re-embodying who we were, hoping for new outcomes? This screen dance explores how a nonlinear sense of time creates new possibilities for understanding our own histories and informs how we imagine the future. ~5:38 minutes Meg Kirchhoff 12-15+

Donations accepted

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What Love Looks Like RE|dance group  At the heart of Michael Estanich and RE|dance group's work is an unyielding yearning for love and acceptance which stirs deeply throughout "What Love Looks Like."; This work is our image of the future, where the possibility for love, sorrow, and spirited acceptance is made manifest and an idealized lightness prevails ~38 minutes Daiva Bhandari, Zachary Bird, Stacy DeMorrow, Michael Estanich, Erika Farkvam, Corinne Imberski, Melanie Neumeier, Lucy Vurusic-Riner 12-15+

$5

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You Are Cordially Invited to the Life and Death of Edward Lear  The Winding Sheet Outfit The Winding Sheet Outfit's award-winning and sold out show from the 2019 Minnesota Fringe Festival. Full title: You Are Cordially Invited to the Life and Death of Edward Lear: Poet, Illustrator, Composer, and Melancholy Hypochondriac OR What is a Runcible Spoon: An Absurdist Eulogy and Existential Crisis on the Stage. That pretty much sums it up. And doesn't really cover it at all. Amber Bjork, Kayla Dvorak Feld, Kristina Fjellman, Sam Landman, Dan Linden, Derek Lee Miller, Boo Segersin (with André Johnson, Jr.) 12-15+

$5

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Zelda: The Hero of Fringe Albino Squirrel Productions A boy. A fairy. A sword. A destiny. The evil wizard Ganondorf plots to overtake the peaceful kingdom of Hyrule, and it falls on Princess Zelda to save the day - with help from a young boy, and a hero from the unlikeliest of places. Join them in this unforgettable comedic adventure based on the classic Nintendo game series. (Crude humor, violence) ~57 minutes. ALL NET PROCEEDS WILL BE DONATED TO THE MINNESOTA FRINGE FESTIVAL. (Crude humor, Violence) ~57 minutes Mitchel Vosejpka as "The Boy Without a Fairy," Teresa Jacobs as "Navi," Lindsey Bushnell as "Princess Zelda," Robert Bolwerk as "Ganondorf," Jenny Reierson-Naumann as "Impa," Phillip Schramm as "Tingle," Anna LaPacz as "Saria," and Phillip Hoelscher as "The King of Hyrule." Directed by James Ehlenz. Written by Bryn Tanner. Stage Manager Renee Chizek. Costumes by Anissa Lubbers. Filmography by Tamara Ober. 7-11+
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