FronteraFest Short Fringe 2018
Jan. 19, 2018
Little Art Table, written and directed by Marla Porter. Creativity can help overcome one's insecurities and smallness and children give a master class!
The Performers of Bad News, by Ammon Taylor. Theatrical song cycle that explores a world altered by climate change.
At the Highland Mall, by Jennifer Griffin Graham, adapted by Kyle John Schmidt. A dark comedy about two sisters' trip to a mall-turned-ossuary for answers from the bones of the recently deceased. Adapted from the Jennifer Griffin Graham short story by siblings Kyle and Jadrien Schmidt.
PerVirgin, written and performed by Nkechi Chibueze. Kechi is a 34 year-old woman who has never been kissed . . . and she REALLY wants to talk about it. Join Kechi as she lays out the blueprint to becoming a super virgin, shares her cringeworthy crushalationships, and explains how the Pussycat Doll and Zumba are her sexy spirit animals!
Stapleface, with Clayton Cook, Brett VerVoort, Kyle Berthusen, Franny Harold, Paul Harrison, Nikita Rekar, and Tevis Paxton (EGGS). Opening this past September to rave reviews, Stapleface is a sketch comedy show comprised of several interwoven scenes dealing with such subjects as shame, passion, loss, and love. EGGS' writers and performers aim to push the boundaries of the traditional sketch experience through outrageous characters, visceral performance, and minimal frills--no costumes, no stops, all funny. Directed by Anthony Ellison
January 19, 2018
511 West 43rd Street
Austin, TX, 78751
8 p.m. Tickets $18 plus service fee, available via Hyde Park Theatre website.