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Island Fringe Festival

Charlottetown

Cocktails: Olivia Face

Cocktails: Olivia Face

Saturday, August 04, 2018

Think outside the (black) box August 2 to 5 at The Island Fringe Festival. Enjoy theatre, dance and more in ten shows in unusual, site specific, downtown Charlottetown venues. islandfringe.com

(Audiences are advised to note the ratings given following the descriptions below.)

Ever wonder about Satan’s take on the Eve and the apple story? Susan (Laura Chapin) has, and in The Satan Show she conjures The Prince of Darkness (Nicholas Whalen) to hear what he has to say for himself. It is directed by Dave Stewart and written by Chapin & Stewart. 30 min, PG

Half a Star looks at friendship. Five years after a review destroyed their partnership, two former best friends reunite for one more performance. 60 min, R

Realizations is a transitional story that exposes the politics and negotiation of sexual awakening in a culture that is controlled by heteronormativity. 60 min, R

Chris has an idea. She should be in love with her friend Will. But that’s not the way it works…is it? Wild Card is the story of a girl determined to create her own universe. 45 min, G

PTSD-President Trump Stress Disorder: Stand Up Tragedy It’s November 7, 2016 and our main concern in Northern California is what color pant suit to wear to the victory party. If you like Donald Trump this show is not for you. 60 min, R

Cocktails: Olivia Face is a one-person show that will take you on a journey with the aspiring freelance philosopher, performer, and artist. 60 min, R

In Caged an incarcerated woman in solitary confinement reflects on the circumstances that have brought her there—a history laced with violence, betrayal, heartbreak, and regret. 45 min, PG

DIANA (I Knew You When We Were Fourteen) is inspired by Michael Ondaatje’s poem Elimination Dance, and devised and performed by Alexa Higgins and Ian Goff. It tells the story of one man’s quest to find his childhood classmate who disappears. No rating. 

In 25 two actors bring to life twelve characters in their mid twenties, already parents or still kids themselves, longing for the past or projecting into the future. 45 min, PG

The Cardboard Countess explores the developing friendship between a troubled teen and a homeless woman who wears a gown of garbage bags and proclaims she is a Countess. 60 min, G


Location Details:

Charlottetown

Charlottetown


http://www.city.charlottetown.pe.ca


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