WE'RE BACK! 8 shows, 8 venues, all in walking distance. October 17 and 18, 2014!!
304 Main Street @ GCTV
Feeding the Moonfish focuses on the hypnotic push and pull of human relationships. Dark, dreamy, and poetic, the play explores the tenuous relationship between two young people isolated by trauma who find themselves together at the edge of a saltwater lake in the dead of night."
15 Mill Street @ Artspace
Set in a desolate wasteland, this darkly absurdist and non linear comedy will feature a troupe of 8 actors who will perform a series of vaudevillian vignettes using words entirely extracted from Harmony Korine's novel A Crack Up At The Race Riots. Directed by: Anthony Joel Brown
Hope and Olive Upstairs @ 44 Hope Street
Lori Holmes Clark and Company present new choreography with "Sing a Song of Sixpence..." as a jumping off point. With both dance and dessert explored and enjoyed during the performance, this is indeed a Sweet Slice of Life!
Federal Street @ Community Yoga
Witty repartee and farcical antics drive this tale of an egotistical and ambitious painter, his sardonic and level-headed sister, and the influential gallery owner who pays them a surprise visit. There's only one thing standing between Alan Plum and the fame he craves, and it's the cherished object at the center of his unfinished masterpiece, a can of yams
9 Mill Street @ Jack Golden's Studio
Passport Theatre Company presents a premiere production of Stephanie Carlson's new short play, HAVE YOU SEEN CHARLIE. Based on a true story, an old school farmer meets his match when Charlie the cat comes to visit. A poignant comedy about family, farms and felines.
tba @ tba
Abaga (The Future) tells the story of two sets of lovers torn apart by the ethnic turmoil that has characterized much of middle Eastern history. Why do the experiences of repression and prejudice by one generation not lead to better understanding and tolerance of the next one? How can we break the cycles of violence that tear apart whole populations? Torange Yeghiazarian's short play addresses but does not answer these wrenching questions.
16 Court Square @ 2nd Congo Church, Parish Room
That New Play, by Stephen Wangh, directed by Chris Rohmann. As the house lights dim, Edith and Abe take their seats. She's eager to enjoy the next Fringe show on their program, he's wishing they'd stayed home. A smart, strange, howlingly funny new play that turns the theatergoing experience inside out - literally.
tba @ tba
Enter an old growth forest in New England, mystical, majestic and enter a Brazilian rainforest, misty, humid and resplendent with color, simultaneously... >SCREECH-- REWIND....!!< Is this a past we can barely remember or is there still time to recover the beauty and diversity of creatures? Has progress and the pursuit of money- casinos, products, urban sprawl- taken over? Come see for yourself, from the sometimes hilarious points of view from iconic fairy tale forest characters; talk show hosts; live on the scene news; and the animals who inhabit these places...you may be one of them! A unique improv fairy tale musical in which YOU play a part.
Friends, We are proud to offer our fourth annual Double Take Fringe Festival. Questions: email@example.com Applications due on July 1, 2014. Send to Linda McInerney, 7 Memorial Street, Deerfield, MA 01342 or email. Sincerely, Linda McInerney Old Deerfield Productions