FronteraFest Short Fringe 2018
Jan. 25, 2018
Burr, story by Laura Maxwell-Scott, lyrics and music by Eric Scott. A hip-hop musical about yet another white man wrestling with his relationship to his country and his past. Featuring Eric Scott, Bina Chauhan, and George Stumberg IV. Directed by Laura-Maxwell-Scott
ChuTopp, with Estevan J. "Chuy" Zarate and Topping Haggerty. Improvised show that ridiculously embraces the classic criminal caper and all the humorously intricate character dynamics that come with such nefarious endeavors.
The Servant Girl Annihilator, by Lorenzo Martinez and Laura Creedle. Eliza and Michael work in a haunted house based on Austin's infamous 19th century Servant Girl Annihilator murders.
White Gleaming Beach, by Greg MacArthur. A pen rolls off a table, setting a series of events into motion that change a man’s life. As he becomes more and more obsessed with the stranger who he believes stole his future, the impact of every little choice becomes greater, until there is no turning back. White Gleaming Beach features Jack William Rodgers as The Man, Katie Alice Scott as The Woman, and original live music by Luis Parra.
Physics Curse presents The Witching Hour, with Rose Frezza, Rachel Austin, Ann Symmonds, and Aspen Webster (Physics Curse). In The Witching Hour, Physics Curse explores the ghosts and myths of our past that reside in the shadows of our cozy homes and make us a little uneasy. In this improvised narrative, Physics Curse invites the audience to reflect on their personal experiences of ghosts and lore. Using a few suggestions from the audience, Physics Curse weaves a story grounded in reality, shadowed by things lurking in the darkness, just beyond our reach.
January 25, 2018
511 West 43rd Street
Austin, TX, 78751
8 p.m. Tickets $18 plus service fee, available via Hyde Park Theatre website.