Runs 45 minutes
The Crane Theater
2303 Kennedy St NE UNIT 120, Minneapolis, MN 55413
$13 + Fringe Button
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Presented by Dogwatch Productions
A dark theatre. A lighting designer is working late. Alone...or is she? An immersive ghost story that examines who we are alone in the dark.
Featuring Elizabeth Efteland with additional voice talent provided by Brighid Burkhalter, Kari Steinbach, Steve Rausch, Emilia Netterlund, and Teddy Netterlund. Directed by Larisa Netterlund with Technical Direction and Design by Shannon Elliott
Presented live, in person as a part of the Minnesota Fringe Festival. Tickets must be purchased one day in advance.
Runs 60 minutes
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Tickets are $10 + $5 Festival button. Multi-show passes available. NOTA BENE: TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED THE DAY BEFORE THE PERFORMANCE
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Presented by Word Sprout
“Stories of the sort I am describing…they cool us…hence the uneasiness which they arouse in those who, for whatever reason, wish to keep us wholly imprisoned in the immediate conflict. That perhaps is why people are so ready with the charge of ‘escape’. I never wholly understood it until my friend Professor Tolkien asked me the very simple question, “What class of Men would you expect to be most preoccupied with, and most hostile to, the idea of escape?’ and gave the obvious answer: jailers.”
- C.S. Lewis, On Stories
Have you ever imagined a world whose laws of physics differ from our own? Come listen to three regulars from the country's ONLY recurring open-mic dedicated to speculative fiction tell you about places of which you've never dreamt. Featuring local sci-fi author Jeff Henry, Comedy Suitcase founder Joshua English Scrimshaw, and introducing Margo Prescott, with an original soundtrack by Caly McMorrow!
WARNING: may contain profanity, descriptions of violence, and/or altered states of mental and physical awareness.
PRAISE FOR THE NOT-SO-SILENT PLANET
"It shouldn’t be a surprise to you that ultra-hip MPLS + STPL has an open mic night dedicated to...sci-fi, fantasy, tales of the supernatural and such. It also shouldn’t be a surprise that the quality of the material is higher than an H.G. Wells zeppelin."
- Hitara, Secrets of the City