FronteraFest Short Fringe 2018
by FronteraFest

Jan. 17, 2018

La Gattina, by Raymond V. Whelan. New York Police Department Lieutenant Murray reveals untold details of a horrific crime to Kitty, the victim's ghost.

The Chair, written and performed by Alex Garza. In a world where so many have lost the power to believe and in a time where nothing is left to the imagination anymore, one man dares to journey through an uncharted course of thought, emotion, and adventure. He embarks upon an odyssey from which he may never return. With great courage and with tremendous hesitation, he takes on his greatest adversary . . . the chair. Just a plain, ordinary chair.

Magnificent Sal & The Illusionistas: Story by Lee Eddy with Cami Alys, Liz Beckham, and Amber Quick. Since 1997, Magnificent Sal has brought his jaw-dropping, spine-tingling, brain-melting talents to enthralled audiences in the greater Ark-La-Tex region and beyond. With a potpourri of traditional tricks and cabaret-influenced illusions, Magnificent Sal doesn't just entertain--he educates viewers about the benefits of hard work, following your dreams, and loving your country. Join Magnificent Sal on this special nite as he celebrates twenty years of abracadabra-ing! See why THE TYLER BUGLE named him "A Top Ten Good Time in '99!" 

Sally: The Reconciliation of a Life Lived in an Intercultural Space Between the Deaf and Hearing Communities, by Tracey Huguley. Three scenes of Sally's life--Child, Teen, Adult--as she recounts her life lived with Deaf Parents in a world that is hearing-centric. Funny, deeply moving, and a peek into the Deaf community through the lens of a daughter of the community who is hearing.

Pong: The Musical, by Max Langert featuring music by Liam & Jules Langert (ScriptWorks Commission). The future is uncertain in this black-and-white world. Only lateral movement will help us survive.

FronteraFest Short Fringe 2018
by various

January 17, 2018
Hyde Park Theatre
511 West 43rd Street
Austin, TX, 78751

Tickets $18 plus service fee, available via Hyde Park Theatre.