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15th Annual Fritz Blitz
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This is going to be the best of the best, sure to make you laugh, cry, think and then laugh even more. Every week of the festival will offer up new reasons to come back again and again until you think you can’t take anymore.

*Week One: July 31, August 1, 2 at 8pm and Sunday, August 3 at 3pm:

*_Bets and Blue Notes _by Kevin Armento Dir. Don Loper

*Week Two: August 7, 8, 9 at 8pm and Sunday, August 10 at 3pm:

*_Peaches En Regalia by Steven A. Lyons Dir. Robert May

Liferaft Willie by Kim Porter Dir. Duane Daniels

Charade_ by Tim West Dir. Tim West

Week 3: August 14, 15, 16 at 8pm and Sunday, August 17 at 3pm:_

15 Minutes _by Tim West Dir Katie Rodda

_God Said Quiet _by Pema Teeter Dir. Duane Daniels

Puppet Therapy by Scott McMorrow Dir. TBA

_Losing Mother _by Ruff Yeager Dir. D. Candis Paule

Week 4: August 21, 22, 23 at 8pm and Sunday, August 24 at 3pm:_

Humphrey__, Nevada__ by Tom Swimm Dir. TBA

State of the Art _by Craig Abernethy Dir. Robert May

About the Ticket Supplier: Fritz Theatre

Since 1991, The Fritz Theatre has brought to San Diego the best of the world of theatre. Over two hundred productions have been staged, from the newest in the off-Broadway genre, to the classics by writers such as Shakespeare and Chekhov, to the more than one hundred world premieres in the Annual Fritz Blitz of New Plays by California Playwrights.

This has been accomplished despite funding cutbacks, and with an operating budget that would be insufficient for any other enterprise. The Fritz continues to excel through the effort and dedication of theatre artists and a small but fervent group of supporters, committed to producing the very best in the theatre, despite the odds.

The Fritz is currently seeking support from the community to continue the tradition of theatre excellence in downtown San Diego. Artistic Director Duane Daniels, and a thriving Board of Directors, headed by D. Candis Paule, keep a close watch on the financial and artistic direction of the theatre.