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2016 GSO Fringe Festival

Welcome to The 14th Annual Greensboro Fringe Festival, January 21st - February 8th 2016.
All Shows are at the Stephen D. Hyers Studio Theater unless otherwise noted.
(200 N. Davie St., Greensboro, NC 27401). Click here for directions.

Entry to all shows is a suggested donation of $10 unless otherwise stated. Entry to all Fringe Events is First come First serve unless otherwise noted. No reservations will be accepted. Please click on each individual show for more details.


      Thursday January 21st   

   8 pm - Ghost Notes
The Drama Center presents Ghost Notes by Gabrielle Sinclair winner of the New Play Project and the Mark Gilbert Award. In a strange Southern hospital, a family gathers, like pieces of a broken body, to their patriarch's hospital room on his final night, trying to hold themselves together in more ways than one.




      Friday January 22nd    CANCELLED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER   

   8 pm - Ghost Notes (rescheduled for Jan. 25th & 26th)
The Drama Center presents Ghost Notes by Gabrielle Sinclair winner of the New Play Project and the Mark Gilbert Award. In a strange Southern hospital, a family gathers, like pieces of a broken body, to their patriarch's hospital room on his final night, trying to hold themselves together in more ways than one.




      Saturday January 23rd    CANCELLED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER   

   8 pm - Ghost Notes (rescheduled for Jan. 25th & 26th)
The Drama Center presents Ghost Notes by Gabrielle Sinclair winner of the New Play Project and the Mark Gilbert Award. In a strange Southern hospital, a family gathers, like pieces of a broken body, to their patriarch's hospital room on his final night, trying to hold themselves together in more ways than one.




      Sunday January 24th    CANCELLED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER   

   2 pm - Ghost Notes (rescheduled for Jan. 25th & 26th)
The Drama Center presents Ghost Notes by Gabrielle Sinclair winner of the New Play Project and the Mark Gilbert Award. In a strange Southern hospital, a family gathers, like pieces of a broken body, to their patriarch's hospital room on his final night, trying to hold themselves together in more ways than one.




      Monday January 25th   

   8 pm - Ghost Notes
The Drama Center presents Ghost Notes by Gabrielle Sinclair winner of the New Play Project and the Mark Gilbert Award. In a strange Southern hospital, a family gathers, like pieces of a broken body, to their patriarch's hospital room on his final night, trying to hold themselves together in more ways than one.




      Tuesday January 26th   

   8 pm - Ghost Notes
The Drama Center presents Ghost Notes by Gabrielle Sinclair winner of the New Play Project and the Mark Gilbert Award. In a strange Southern hospital, a family gathers, like pieces of a broken body, to their patriarch's hospital room on his final night, trying to hold themselves together in more ways than one.




      Thursday January 28th   

   6 pm - Fringe Dance January
New Dance Works by CJ40 Productions, JOYEMOVEMENT, Lindsey Kelley, Cynthia Ling Lee, Emily Morgan and Brianna Taylor.

   7 pm - Books, Bars, and Baristas
What can happen in a bookstore, a bar, or a coffee shop? You will be surprised. Come to Scuppernong Books at 304 S. Elm Street for a site-specific production of readings of brand new plays by area playwrights.

   8 pm - The Sparrow
Red Queen Productions presents The Sparrow a play by Jason Roland. It's not acceptance- it's a mutation of your frame of mind.




      Friday January 29th   

   6 pm - The Sparrow
Red Queen Productions presents The Sparrow a play by Jason Roland. It's not acceptance- it's a mutation of your frame of mind.

   8 pm - Fringe Dance January
New Dance Works by CJ40 Productions, JOYEMOVEMENT, Lindsey Kelley, Cynthia Ling Lee, Emily Morgan and Brianna Taylor.

   10 pm - The Sloan
The Sloan a sketch comedy evening.




      Saturday January 30th   

   2 pm - Fringe Dance January
New Dance Works by CJ40 Productions, JOYEMOVEMENT, Lindsey Kelley, Cynthia Ling Lee, Emily Morgan and Brianna Taylor.

   6 pm - The Sparrow
Red Queen Productions presents The Sparrow a play by Jason Roland. It's not acceptance- it's a mutation of your frame of mind.

   8 pm - The Opulence of Integrity
Inspirit, a dance company presents The Opulence of Integrity- The life and legacy of Muhammad Ali depicted through powerful motion and moving language.

   10 pm - The Sloan
The Sloan a sketch comedy evening.




      Sunday January 31st   

   2 pm - The Opulence of Integrity
Inspirit, a dance company presents The Opulence of Integrity- The life and legacy of Muhammad Ali depicted through powerful motion and moving language.

   4 pm - The Sloan
The Sloan a sketch comedy evening.




      Thursday February 4th   

   6 pm - On the Edge
John Gamble Dance Theater presents On the Edge new dance works by Amy Beasley, Virginia Freeman, Amber Starr Peedan, Alex Smith and Stephanie Blackmon Woodbeck.

   8 pm - Fringe Dance February
New Dance Works by Art en Mouvement, Nicola Bullock, Amelia Byrd, Michelle Trumble, Nicole Ramsey and TERRANOVA Dance Theater.




      Friday February 5th   

   6PM - Fringe Dance February
New Dance Works by Art en Mouvement, Nicola Bullock, Amelia Byrd, Michelle Trumble, Nicole Ramsey and TERRANOVA Dance Theater.

   8 pm - On the Edge
John Gamble Dance Theater presents On the Edge new dance works by Amy Beasley, Virginia Freeman, Amber Starr Peedan, Alex Smith and Stephanie Blackmon Woodbeck.

   10 pm - A Short History of Women in America...
A Short History of Women in America, (78% Shorter Than the Same History for Men.) by Scott Icenhower. A parody about gender parity where all the men are played by women. In your face Shakespeare!




      Saturday February 6th   

   2 pm - On the Edge
John Gamble Dance Theater presents On the Edge new dance works by Amy Beasley, Virginia Freeman, Amber Starr Peedan, Alex Smith and Stephanie Blackmon Woodbeck.

   6 pm - Fringe Dance February
New Dance Works by Art en Mouvement, Nicola Bullock, Amelia Byrd, Michelle Trumble, Nicole Ramsey and TERRANOVA Dance Theater.

   8 pm - A Short History of Women in America...
A Short History of Women in America, (78% Shorter Than the Same History for Men.) by Scott Icenhower. A parody about gender parity where all the men are played by women. In your face Shakespeare!

   10 pm - The Condition/All's Whale That Ends Whale
The Condition by Alexander Acuff and All's Whale That Ends Whale by Kat Stephenson. The Condition is a tragicomedy that reflects on themes of melancholy, social interaction, and insanity. All’s Whale That Ends Whale- Experience for yourself why regret lasts longer than embarrassment.




      Sunday February 7th   

   2 pm - A Short History of Women in America...
A Short History of Women in America, (78% Shorter Than the Same History for Men.) by Scott Icenhower. A parody about gender parity where all the men are played by women. In your face Shakespeare!

   4 pm - The Condition/All's Whale That Ends Whale
The Condition by Alexander Acuff and All's Whale That Ends Whale by Kat Stephenson. The Condition is a tragicomedy that reflects on themes of melancholy, social interaction, and insanity. All’s Whale That Ends Whale- Experience for yourself why regret lasts longer than embarrassment.




      Monday February 8th   

   8 pm - The Condition/All's Whale That Ends Whale
The Condition by Alexander Acuff and All's Whale That Ends Whale by Kat Stephenson. The Condition is a tragicomedy that reflects on themes of melancholy, social interaction, and insanity. All’s Whale That Ends Whale- Experience for yourself why regret lasts longer than embarrassment.




 

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