Fringe Performances

Friday, April 28 • 8:30-9:30pm

Irish AND American
Yvonne Healy
A naturalized citizen tells stories Idr dha d’Tir – “between the two worlds”—bridging old-world and new-world with dark humor and an Irish perspective. Enjoy tales traditional, true, and not-so-much.
Content warning: adult subject matter, complex issues

Friday, April 28 • 9:45-10:45

Driving Lessons & Uber Confessions
Mike Speller
Ride shotgun on this life journey (ie, road trip) full of shifting personalities, passing fancies, and collisions with reality. *Includes a Lottery for passengers’ (audience) personal auto anecdotes too!
Content warning: naughty words likely

Saturday, April 29 • 4:00-5:00pm

Gimpel the Fool
Madeline Pots
A literary performance
Is it foolish to believe that all things are possible?  Gimpel responds to the trickery and deceit foisted upon him, with complete faith. The story was written by Isaac Bashevis Singer who received the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Content warning: subject matter that is fairly earthy

Saturday, April 29 • 9:00-10:00pm

Roses in the Mountains: German legends of Dwarves and Men
Csenge Zalka
A truly epic storytelling show, based on the medieval German Book of Heroes. Two worlds collide: Verona, ruled by the fire-breathing, dragon-slaying King Dietrich – and the Realm Under the Mountains, with a mighty Dwarf queen on its throne.
Content warning: Fantasy violence (dragon-slaying and fire-breathing)