2017 Fringe Piers.

FWPierFreshwater Theatre is proud to have several of our company members involved in shows premiering at the 2017 Minnesota Fringe Festival!


A Mermaid Abroad & A Fish Out Of Water2017 cardA
presented by Mermaid Productions
Created by Ariel Leaf, Scot Moore, & Ben Layne

From communism to circumcision, from getting high in Winnipeg to getting laid in Nepal, Scot Moore and Ariel Leaf invite you aboard for their adventures abroad. But use the bathroom first.

Rarig Xperimental (330 21st Ave S., Minneapolis)
8/5/17 7:00 PM | 8/7/17 7:00 PM | 8/8/17 10:00 PM | 8/10/17 5:30 PM | 8/12/17 5:00 PM

 

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Presented by The Theatre Cosmic
by J. Merrill Motz, directed by Emilia Seay Allen

Ted “Critter” Montana knows the streets & will teach YOU how to survive: no guns, no karate chops, just KNIVES. Think you got what it takes to be the next Knifeslinger, hotshot?

HUGE Theater (3037 Lyndale Ave. S., Minneapolis)
8/5/17 2:30 PM | 8/6/17 5:30 PM | 8/7/17 10:00 PM | 8/11/17 10:00 PM | 8/13/17 1:00 PM


F@*k The 90s
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presented by FurTrader Productions
Created by Mame Pelletier, Directed by Nicole Marie Wilder

Remember the 90s? Mame Pelletier does. She lived through sun-dried tomatoes, The Rachel, and death. In this interactive storytelling show, Mame will hold a conversation about these life topics and more.

Ritz Theater Studio (345 13th Av NE, Minneapolis)
8/4/17 5:30 PM | 8/5/17 10:00 PM | 8/9/17 8:30 PM | 8/12/17 1:00 PM | 8/13/16 4:00 PM


Code L-O-V-E
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presented by Highlander Kitty
Written and directed by Jenna Papke

It’s 1943. Meet Cynthia Debrett, she’s brilliant at espionage, but terrible at relationships. Fighting fascism is easy. Coping with a breaking heart, much more difficult. Inspired by Cyrano de Bergerac.

Crane Theater (2303 Kennedy St. NE, Minneapolis)
8/5/17 8:30 PM| 8/6/17 2:30 PM | 8/8/17 10:00 PM | 8/10/17 5:30 PM | 8/13/17 7:00 PM

 

Themselves They Made Immaculate: Clara Barton at Andersonville
By American Civic Forum
Created by Pat Harrigan and Matthew Foster

In 1866, Clara Barton, the Civil War’s Angel of the Battlefield, testified to Congress on her work in the postwar South. Linda Sue Anderson performs this sobering – but heartening – look into our past and present.

Bryant-Lake Bowl (810 W. Lake St., Minneapolis)
8/4/17 7:00 PM| 8/5/17 2:30 PM | 8/6/17 10:00 PM | 8/11/17 10:00 PM | 8/13/17 4:00 PM