FronteraFest Short Fringe
by FronteraFest

Jan. 15
Wednesday

Austin Still In Denial, by Stuart Hersh. In his 12th FronteraFest play, Stuart connects what he learned about slavery with his recent family trip to Eastern Europe to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Lithuania and Latvia.

Persnickety, written and performed by Alex Garza. Life doesn't always turn out the way you hoped. And sometimes it is not always easy to keep a smile on your face. This solo performance looks at life through different perspectives and different characters in an attempt to figure out if God does really laugh when you make a plan, or is He/She too busy watching the CNN coverage of the Royal Family? 

The Mystery of the Plaid Shirts, by Rosemary Hook. A tale of loving deception and sartorial journeys.

The Pass, by Tristan Young Mercado (ScriptWorks Commission). Gives a nod to the great city of Austin while highlighting the humor that exists between an aging couple struggling to remain relevant and "cool" while capitalizing on a pact made 23 years before.

The Stand-Off, by Christian Jacob Ramon. This is a two-person short play about a cop and a gangster who have a standoff in an alleyway, but come to find out that they are actually from each other's past.
Performances at Hyde Park Theatre. Map 

FronteraFest Short Fringe
by various
FronteraFest

Wednesday,
January 15, 2020
Hyde Park Theatre
511 West 43rd Street
Austin, TX, 78751
 
WEDNESDAY
Jan 15,2020
8:00pm
This performance is sold out. You can sign up on a waiting list at the theater beginning one hour before performance time; unclaimed tickets will be released to those on the waiting list ten minutes before the performance begins.