Fearless Five: Space

Presented by Fearless Comedy Productions

Online! Streamed on Facebook and Youtube.

https://www.facebook.com/FearlessComedyProductions https://www.youtube.com/user/FearlessComedy

Free, with a $5 suggested donation

90 minutes

Past performances

Friday, March 5 7:00 pm
  • Free performance
  • Pay what you can night
Sunday, March 7 2:00 pm
  • Free performance
  • Pay what you can night
Saturday, March 13 7:00 pm
  • Free performance
  • Pay what you can night
Comedy New work Minnesota premiere

The annual new play festival is back! In the midst of these particularly frozen days, join Fearless
Comedy Productions for an excursion beyond the walls of your home (while safely staying
inside). FEARLESS FIVE: SPACE will be presented this March for 3 online performances. Find
FEARLESS FIVE March 5th at 7pm, March 7th at 2pm, and March 13th at 7pm. Featuring
five plays on the vast topic of “space,” this production is sure to stoke audience members’
imaginations with a night of laughs and new discoveries for all who attend!

Fearless Five provides local theatre artists opportunities to try new disciplines by welcoming
both the experienced and new into the fray as playwrights, directors, and actors. This
collaborative atmosphere supports the artists as they take bold new chances in their careers,
flexing theatrical muscles they didn’t know they had. Fearless believes strongly in a diverse,
well-trained community and Fearless Five strives to help that growth every winter.

FEARLESS FIVE: SPACE will present the following new short plays: Just Like College by
Denzel Belin, directed by Kaz Loren; Long Distance by Duck Washington, directed by Jim
Louis; PC by Kaz Loren, directed by Emma Brashear; Delivery by Cory Anderson, directed
by James Fairbairn; and Help Desk by Merit Burgett, directed by Angela Fox. The ensemble
cast is made up of Adrienne Lee Reich, Blair Schuler, Chris Rodriguez, Kayla Hambek,
Michael Bloom, and Ninchai Nok-Chiclana. The show is produced by Fearless Comedy
Artistic Director Tim Wick and stage managed by Megan Slawson.