Fringe is committed to community focused theater, which includes providing as many opportunities as possible for our community to participate in theater! We are a "point of entry" for both the experienced and the emerging performers, directors, playwrights, and techies. You can read a play with us "out loud" across a table, or participate in one of our community readings. You can submit a play, volunteer with our crew, or learn to run a light and sound board. We provide opportunities for our community to see and do theater. And we think that's cool!
MARCH 10 . Tennessee Williams Museum
Tennessee Williams had a way with women. He wrote them with sensuality, sexuality, and a complexity that defied the convention of the day. We read three provocative short stories in the garden of the museum. VERY limited seating. VERY mature themes. Directed by Rebecca Tomlinson. Readers: Tony Konrath, Kitty Clements, Holly Clements, Wilhelmina Lopez Martin, Diane May, Keith Dempster, Stephen Kitsakos, Paula Cabot and MaryCarlin Porter. Short Stories to be read: Completed (1973), 27 Wagons Full of Cotton (1935), Das Wasser Ist Kalt (1982)
April 7 . Oldest House Key West
Fringe is committed to captures stories about Key West Characters AND developing our local talent. We manage to do both this this Celebration of the Oldest House. Join us at this Free Reading of original short plays by local playwrights. We'll present them in the backyard of the Oldest House on Tuesday, April 7 at 7pm.
*First Come/First Seated*
Directed by Richard Ericson
Playwrights include Melissa Aull, Faye Bice, Julie Cuneo, Wayne Keller, Richard Quint, with an original song by composer Don Bearden