FronteraFest Short Fringe 2017
by FronteraFest

Jan. 31, 2017

Fully Living, by Louise Gallup-Roholt.
The poignant, heart-rending, and often funny stories of a family. A very unusual family.

The Storyteller, by Liz Delaney.
Actor relates and shares several stories and poems with the audience, using the author's words, along with creative props and universal movements. The poems and stories should touch upon shared, positive cultural memories, and/or evoke insight through new situations which are presented. Director/producer Vanessa Broussard.

Corporate Whore Thrift Store and Free Marijuana College, by Camille Euritt.
A customer walks into a weirdo-cruel-intense thrift store to return her smart phones, which are messing with her lifestyle/psyche. A couple of college professors are plotting world domination through pot and corporate takeover.

The Amenable Stage, by C.M. Gill.
Eva is a woman with a problem: She is a playwright with no play. Identity crisis aside, she must come up with one, and soon—or she loses her grant. She turns to her friend (a theatre director) for help and inspiration, and together, they and their actor friends begin mining their own lives and the lives of those around them for inspiration. Much meta-analysis, comedy, and existential crises ensue . . . Directed by Elizabeth V. Newman

Dare to Nap Greatly, by Nettie Reynolds.
Three pieces from an upcoming one-woman show by the same name, with special guest appearance Brian Newton Fuller as Napping Man.
Performances at Hyde Park Theatre. Map

FronteraFest Short Fringe 2017
by various

January 31, 2017
Hyde Park Theatre
511 West 43rd Street
Austin, TX, 78751

Tickets $16.81, available via

Start time is 8 p.m.