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2017 GSO Fringe Festival

Welcome to The 15th Annual Greensboro Fringe Festival, January 19th - February 6th 2017.

All performances take place at the Greensboro Cultural Center in either the Stephen D Hyers theater or the Crown Theatre (Crown Theatre) at the Carolina Theatre, unless otherwise noted.

Entry is by suggested donation of $10. First Come, First Serve to each performance. No reservation or pre-sale tickets are available. Doors open Approximately 15 minutes prior to curtain.


      Thursday January 19th - Saturday January 21st   

   8 pm (Hyers Theatre) - Night Music
"Night Music" by David Brendan, Hopes winner of the 23rd North Carolina New Play Project presented by The Drama Center of City Arts. “Night Music” is a coming-of-age story about a pair of boyhood friends – the story of growing up and the rough choices that need to be made.




      Sunday January 22nd   

   2 pm (Hyers Theatre) - Night Music
"Night Music" by David Brendan, Hopes winner of the 23rd North Carolina New Play Project presented by The Drama Center of City Arts. “Night Music” is a coming-of-age story about a pair of boyhood friends – the story of growing up and the rough choices that need to be made.




      Thursday January 26th   

   6 pm (Crown Theatre) - “For Love of Country...”
by JOYMOVEMENT Dance Company. An exploration of healing. What does reconciliation look like?

   6 pm (Hyers Theatre) - Alarm of the People
by Danielle Wirsansky, presented by Whitemouse Theater Productions.
A WWII vignette play about spies, serial killers, and saints.


   8 pm (Crown Theatre) - Fringe Dance I
featuring works by Helen Hickey,THE MARK Dance Company, Olivia Meeks, Emily Morgan and Destiny La’Raine Turlington.

   8 pm (Hyers Theatre) - Queen B
by Sarah Beth Nelson and Judith Valerie. Stories of ancient and modern warrior women.




      Friday January 27th   

   6 pm (Crown Theatre) - Fringe Dance I
featuring works by Helen Hickey,THE MARK Dance Company, Olivia Meeks, Emily Morgan and Destiny La’Raine Turlington.

   6 pm (Hyers Theatre) - Queen B
by Sarah Beth Nelson and Judith Valerie. Stories of ancient and modern warrior women.

   8 pm (Crown Theatre) - “For Love of Country...”
by JOYMOVEMENT Dance Company. An exploration of healing. What does reconciliation look like?

   8 pm (Hyers Theatre) - Alarm of the People
by Danielle Wirsansky, presented by Whitemouse Theater Productions.
A WWII vignette play about spies, serial killers, and saints.


   8 pm (Caldcleugh Multicultural Center)
   Black Lives Don’t Matter: America’s Dirty Laundry

One community’s collective response to racial profiling, police brutality and a national movement.

   10 pm (Crown Theatre) - SOURCE/The Last Time I Saw You
presented by Galex and the Movement and The Last Time I Saw You by Heather Doyle. SOURCE is a sensory ride of passion, of community, of finding your Source. The Last Time I Saw You; devotion chorus, is an immersion in mystery; a solo collage of migration and loss.

   10 pm (Hyers Theatre) - Late Night Happy- Fabulous Fitzkee’s Fanatical Fun and MurderAnn
Fabulous Fitzkee’s Fanatical Fun a self-centered duo presents inextirpable show. MurderAnn, Greensboro's only rock-comedy duo, is strange, funny and deprived.




      Saturday January 28th   

   2 pm (Hyers Theatre) - Alarm of the People
by Danielle Wirsansky, presented by Whitemouse Theater Productions.
A WWII vignette play about spies, serial killers, and saints.


   4 pm (Crown Theatre) - “For Love of Country...”
by JOYMOVEMENT Dance Company. An exploration of healing. What does reconciliation look like?

   6 pm (Crown Theatre) - SOURCE/The Last Time I Saw You
presented by Galex and the Movement and The Last Time I Saw You by Heather Doyle. SOURCE is a sensory ride of passion, of community, of finding your Source. The Last Time I Saw You; devotion chorus, is an immersion in mystery; a solo collage of migration and loss.

   6 pm (Hyers Theatre) - Queen B
by Sarah Beth Nelson and Judith Valerie. Stories of ancient and modern warrior women.

   8 pm (CROWN Theatre) - Fringe Dance II
featuring new works by Virginia Freeman, Raina Lucas, Emmanuel Malette, Nicole Ramsey, and Michele Trumble.

   8 pm (Hyers Theatre) - Alice-Land
by Chris Tilley presented by Red Queen Productions. The narrative changes when a mangled soul demands, “No more.”

   8 pm (Caldcleugh Multicultural Center)
   Black Lives Don’t Matter: America’s Dirty Laundry

One community’s collective response to racial profiling, police brutality and a national movement.

   10 pm (Crown Theatre) - Fringe Dance I
featuring works by Helen Hickey,THE MARK Dance Company, Olivia Meeks, Emily Morgan and Destiny La’Raine Turlington.

   10 pm (Hyers Theatre) - Late Night Happy- Fabulous Fitzkee’s Fanatical Fun and MurderAnn
Fabulous Fitzkee’s Fanatical Fun a self-centered duo presents inextirpable show. MurderAnn, Greensboro's only rock-comedy duo, is strange, funny and deprived.




      Sunday January 29th   

   2 pm (Crown Theatre) - SOURCE/The Last Time I Saw You
presented by Galex and the Movement and The Last Time I Saw You by Heather Doyle. SOURCE is a sensory ride of passion, of community, of finding your Source. The Last Time I Saw You; devotion chorus, is an immersion in mystery; a solo collage of migration and loss.

   2 pm (Hyers Theatre) - Alice-Land
by Chris Tilley presented by Red Queen Productions. The narrative changes when a mangled soul demands, “No more.”

   4 pm (Crown Theatre) - Fringe Dance II
featuring new works by Virginia Freeman, Raina Lucas, Emmanuel Malette, Nicole Ramsey, and Michele Trumble.




      Monday January 30th   

   8 pm (Hyers Theatre) - Alice-Land
by Chris Tilley presented by Red Queen Productions. The narrative changes when a mangled soul demands, “No more.”




      Thursday February 2nd   

   8 pm (Hyers Theatre) - What Would Sam Spade Do?
by David J. Glover. Maurice is dead. Again. So What Would Sam Spade do?




      Friday February 3rd   

   10:30 am and 11:30am (Hyers Theatre) - Good Morning, Baby Dragons!
A theatre piece for babies and toddlers (0-2 years old) and their grown-ups.

   6 pm (Hyers Theatre) - What Would Sam Spade Do?
by David J. Glover. Maurice is dead. Again. So What Would Sam Spade do?

   7 pm (Second Floor Atrium) - BARK
A new play by Grace Ellis. A site-specific play about boundaries, art, inspiration, and loyalty.

   8 pm (Hyers Theatre) - Secret Ingredient- late night improv.
Secret Ingredient weaves improvised scenes around stories of our lives.




      Saturday February 4th   

   10:30 am and 11:30am (Hyers Theatre) - Good Morning, Baby Dragons!
A theatre piece for babies and toddlers (0-2 years old) and their grown-ups.

   2 pm (Hyers Theatre) - What Would Sam Spade Do?
by David J. Glover. Maurice is dead. Again. So What Would Sam Spade do?

   6 pm (Hyers Theatre) - Secret Ingredient - late night improv.
Secret Ingredient weaves improvised scenes around stories of our lives.

   7 pm (Second Floor Atrium) - BARK
A new play by Grace Ellis. A site-specific play about boundaries, art, inspiration, and loyalty.

   8 pm (Hyers Theatre) - Then Sean Met Khalid
by Carlos Heredia. A thought-provoking musical, on the veiled racism in America.



      Sunday February 5th   

   2 pm (Hyers Theatre) - Then Sean Met Khalid
by Carlos Heredia. A thought-provoking musical, on the veiled racism in America.

   4 pm (Second Floor Atrium) - BARK
A new play by Grace Ellis. A site-specific play about boundaries, art, inspiration, and loyalty.




      Monday February 6th   

   8 pm (Hyers Theatre) - Then Sean Met Khalid
by Carlos Heredia. A thought-provoking musical, on the veiled racism in America.




 

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