|A Night with the Dead|
Something from Abroad
Writer: Martha Preve
Choreographer: Paloma de Vega Centenera
A Night with the dead is a story about the origins of the Mexican Holiday Day of the Dead. It's entirely in English with Mexican folk songs (in Spanish) and dances inspired in Mexican traditional folklore.
Spoken Word/Poetry Musical/Opera
FringeMN - Kraine
THU 31 @ 7:00 || FRI NOV 1 @ 7:00 || SAT NOV 2 @ 7:00
|No Hablo Español: MixTape of a MexiCan’t|
Writer: Mateo Moreno
Director: David Rey
Understand the culture of me, not the culture of what you expect me to be. My story is the story of one Mexican, in a sea of Americans, and they all speak better Spanish than me. Welcome to my Mixtape.
Solo Show Drama
FringeMN - Chain Studio
TUE 29 @ 8:30 || WED 30 @ 8:30 || FRI NOV 1 @ 8:30 || SAT NOV 2 @ 5:00 || SUN NOV 3 @ 2:00
Cross-Eyed Bear Productions
Writer: Duncan Pflaster
Director: Aliza Shane
In 2011, a computer programmer named Alberto is developing an AI to deal with his survivors' guilt and paranoia from escaping 9/11; meanwhile his brother Alex, who thinks Alberto’s dead, is developing a screenplay about the human capacity for evil.
FringeMN - Chain Mainstage
TUE 15 @ 7:00 || WED 16 @ 7:00 || THU 17 @ 7:00 || FRI 18 @ 7:00 || SAT 19 @ 7:00 || THU 24 @ 7:00 || SAT 26 @ 7:00