FronteraFest Short Fringe 2019
Feb. 01, 2019
Urine Trouble, by James E. Burnside. A late middle-aged man discusses his prostate.
Still Me, by Pelita Dasalla. Donna is a fifty year-old woman who recently lost her sight from an eye disorder. Before losing her sight, she was a nurse for twenty years. As her story unfolds, Donna shares her challenges and how she overcame her struggle as a victim of domestic violence, to losing the love of her life, and finding her purpose without sight.
Rook, by Sarah Marie Curry, Cat Drago, Megan Sharrod, and Walter Nichols. Rook is a modern musical improv troupe from Austin, Texas. Using a unique blend of synth and piano, drama and comedy, improvisation and theatrical training, Rook presents the cutting edge of musical improv. Discovered on the spot, emotional and poignant, hilarious and cerebral, this off-off-off-broadway show will be surprising, delightful, and oh-so-well sung. With award winning actress Sarah Marie Curry, improvisor extraordinaire Cat Drago, classically trained opera singer Megan Sherrod, and composer and pianist Walter Nichols, Rook is good because of training and amazing because of improv.
Highly Watchable. Improv! This Will Be Entirely Made Up RIGHT NOW. All women's improv troupe in Austin . . . We perform quirky, heartfelt narrative from silly to sing-y to sublime. Alpacas may appear.
The Boston Girl—Chapter 1, by Anita Diamant. Samantha Levine recites the first chapter of Anita Diamant's novel. Directed by Raymond V. Whelan.
February 01, 2019
511 West 43rd Street
Austin, TX, 78751
Performances at Hyde Park Theatre. Map