FronteraFest Short Fringe 2017
by FronteraFest

Jan. 24, 2017

Lady in Red, a heavenly caffeinated tale, written and performed by Rhonda F. Kulhanek.
A one-woman performance.

The Epidemiologist, by Ramon Carver.
The argument of the play is for an epidemiologist to determine the source of an incipient epidemic in the nick of time while preparing to appear on an afternoon TV talk show. Featuring Timothy Englert and Ralph Gill.

The Knight Games, by Beau Thompson and John Fennessy (Oceanus Productions).
Who said playing games was a waste of time and effort? It's what we play for that makes the game interesting. Can the devil play fair? Would angels cheat? Are we truly just pieces in a cosmic game of chance? Short answer . . . YES! Four players, one table and the most powerful game in history, one that will change the course of it. Directed by Kat Albert.

The Fourth Wall Is Behind You, by Norman Tran, Jennifer Dorsey, Brian Bonnet, and Catherine Grady (Inner Picnic).
This show is a personal, experimental, and interactive mix of short plays written and performed by our ensemble. Inspired by NeoFuturism and Lucky Chaos' 30 Plays in 60 Minutes, we push the boundaries of theater while holding nothing back. This fast-paced series of short plays will leave the audience thinking about identity, culture, and family.

Hope House. Story by Chris Alonzo, Bina Chauhan, and Laura Maxwell-Scott. Written by Chris Alonzo and Laura Maxwell-Scott.
Travel with us back in time to the early 21st century to learn about the Hope House residents who lived there, and hid there, during the regime of 45. Group tours are appropriate for both school students and adults. Brought to you by the team behind Hey Girl, It’s Ryan and Janus Geminus. Performed by Bina Chauhan and directed by Laura Maxwell-Scott. 
Performances at Hyde Park Theatre. Map 

FronteraFest Short Fringe 2017
by various

January 24, 2017
Hyde Park Theatre
511 West 43rd Street
Austin, TX, 78751

Tickets $17.81, available online via

Start time is 8 p.m.