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2019 Fringe Festival Spotlight: Spooky Shows

Posted September 10th, 2019

Start spooky season a month early with these  hair-raising performances by eight of our independent artists.

BASEMENT
Gunnar Montana
Gunnar Montana transports us once again, this time downward into the dark depths of terror. Follow one man’s frightening descent into deranged madness and witness his unrelenting, visceral nightmare unfold. Graphic content.
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Red Lodge, Montana
The Antidote festival spooky shows red lodge montana
A mysterious death. An enigmatic detective. And some damn fine huckleberry pie. Inspired by the work of filmmaker David Lynch, Red Lodge, Montana will immerse you in a nightmare world of danger, desire, and doppelgängers. (Pie not included.)
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our ouija board, the games we played, the shit we conjured, & the dead dude we hate-fucked
ON THE ROCKS: Elaina Di Monaco & Haygen-Brice Walker
ouija boards | necrophilia | Kelly Rowland | yearbooks | Satan | ya fiction | sexual perversions | kitten play | instas | finstas | high school reunions | dog attacks | mascots | christianity | lesbians | crocodile teeth | passing notes | road head | celebrity ghost hunters | gotta sign a waiver
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Richard III

Posted September 5th, 2019

September 5–9 + 11–16, 2019

Three Richards. Six women. Ninety minutes. This infamous play will be performed in one of the city’s most historic sites. Hestia Theatre Company teams up with Christ Church Burial Ground’s 300th anniversary. Whether you are new to Shakespeare or a well-seasoned lover of verse, this all-female production has something for you.

The performance on Thursday, Sept 12 was cancelled due to the rain, so there will be a rain date performance on Monday, Sept 16 at 7pm.

$25 / 90 minutes


Hestia Theatre Company is committed to showcasing marginalized voices in order to create inclusive and intimate art.

 

 

2019 Fringe Festival Spotlight: Theater Classics in the Fringe

Posted August 27th, 2019

In creating something original and new, artists often look to the past. This year’s Fringe Festival includes a host of theatrical works based on the literary canon. Shakespeare! Homer! Ibsen! Brecht! It’s the classics, Fringe-style.

A Literal Doll House
MACHO GOAT
This deconstruction of Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll House features the entire play acted out by a girl playing with literal dolls. Do not be fooled: There is more to this show than meets the eye. A struggle that rings true throughout the ages. This is not a one-woman show.
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An Iliad
Jason Greenfield                           
This new adaptation by Lisa Peterson and Denis O’Hare based on Robert Fagles’s translation of The Iliad telescopes Homer’s Trojan War epic into a gripping monologue which captures both the heroism and horror of war. Crafted around the stories of Achilles and Hector, in language that is by turns poetic and conversational, An Iliad brilliantly refreshes this world classic. Directed and performed by Jason Greenfield.
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