The Secret Theatre's Inaugural UNfringed Festival
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The last date listed for UNfringed Theatre Festival was Sunday September 1, 2013 / 7:00pm (Fourteen Hundred and Sixty Sketches of Your Left Hand).
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Costumes and masks are good.
Actress screamed unnecessary please learn to express emotion more suppressed manner. Loud voice doesn't work.
Asian actress who did Ariadne was not mysterious at all. And kept touching her hair - which was distracting.
Fourteen Hundred and Sixty Sketches of Your Left Hand
By Duncan Pflaster
When Blanca invites Paul to her ranch in New Mexico for the Summer, he thinks it’s for an artist’s retreat, but it’s also to help keep his gay bromantic college buddy Alonso, Blanca’s brother, on his medication. Tormented painters, sexual obsession, and crossed boundaries combine for a scorching new play.
by Max Lehman
A one-act comedy that modernizes the Bible’s Garden of Eden story for a modern story introduced by a story of stand-up comedy about the writer’s experience with a forbidden fruit that never smoked so good. A sassy God, and a smooth Devil control a loyal Adam, and naive Eve.
__**by Eugenie Carabatsos
Somewhere in eternity, a woman has willed her very own palace into existence. Her world is turned upside down when a guest suddenly appears and they are forced to live together as the world around them starts to crumble.
**__"Jaded The Musical ":http://www.jadedthemusical.com/
__**by Hillary Hawkins
This 2-woman show with 3 characters (Mother, Daughter & Therapist) is the story of Jade, a talented but troubled young woman with a secret… Breaking the silence with Pop, Soul, Rap & Blues, dark secrets come to light in Jaded The Musical. DC Black Theatre Festival Selection, Scratch Night at Theatre for the New City Selection and a Downtown Urban Theatre Festival Finalist. Dramatic with a touch of stand-up comedy.
by Lavinia Roberts
The Twine explores the nature of memory, the subconscious mind, loss, and how we perceive and experience love told through dance, masks, and music. A young woman, stumbling through a labyrinth, desperately seeking freedom from the endless maze. She encounters various creatures from Greek mythology, and her only companion is a strange women carrying a ball of twine.