FronteraFest Short Fringe 2018
Feb. 07, 2018
Dog Joggers, with Mary Kahle, Laura King, Mary Henderson, Timo Xzavier & Mike Topel. Long-form improv creating a scenic journey of absurdity, sweetness, and torment fueled by small talk usually expressed in therapy. PG-13. Will not feature horror movie clowns. May unsettle people with heightened startle reflexes. No dogs or joggers will be harmed in this production.
[jettison], by Cris Edwards. A performance.
Seeing Red, by Joy Cunningham. Small town and rural Americans tell the story of what they have lost, how they were forgotten, and why they are so freakin’ mad.
The Belief Monologue, written and performed by Tai Nguyen. Tai Nguyen discusses about beliefs and how it shapes our reality until that reality crumbles and we are forced to adopt new beliefs to keep on going or perish along with the old beliefs.
Hobo Camp, by Kyle John Schmidt (ScriptWorks Commission). A new play by the multiple Best-of-Fest-winning team of writer Kyle John Schmidt and director Elizabeth C. Lay.
February 07, 2018
511 West 43rd Street
Austin, TX, 78751
8 p.m. Tickets $18 plus service fee, available via Hyde Park Theatre website.