This year, the Fringe’s Next Stage Theatre Festival celebrates its ten-year anniversary. In celebration of the special occasion, each of the ten productions in the festival described their shows using only ten words.
Something old, something new, something borrowed, and, finally, someone dead.
Cunning Claque crooks create cash cow clapping coercively at concerts.
3 – DATE ME (Ted&Lisa):
Love. Improv. World premiere. Dating. Reality. Strange. Interesting. Online. Tears.
4 – THE DEATH OF MRS. GHANDI AND THE BEGINNING OF NEW PHYSICS (A POLITICAL FANTASY) (Everything but the Bard):
A hilarious satire about powerful women who changed the world.
Cult-classic dance for the dream girl in all of us.
Hilarious. Odd. Touching. Twisted. A former Jim Henson’s Muppets puppeteer.
Can immigrants ever really get rid of the “outsider” label?
Witness the performers discover songs and stories when you do.
Three outrageous stories, one of which is a dirty lie.
Magical. Ballad. Wild. Run. Regret. Death. Unknown. Accident. Determination. Adventure.
Next Stage Theatre Festival is on at Factory Theatre from January 4 to 15.Click here for tickets or more information