Fort Worth Fringe Festival
Texas Nonprofit Theatres, Inc. and the Fort Worth Community Arts Center will present eight acts as part of the 5th Annual International Fort Worth Fringe Festival.
Headlining in the Sanders Theatre is Sweater Curse: A Yarn About Love, written and performed by Elaine Liner from Dallas. Liner weaves bitterly funny tales of her obsession with knitting and great knitters in
history, plus stories of her own unraveled romances. Knitters are encouraged to attend with their knitting.
The Sanders Theatre pieces include Brandi Pace & Marcelo Berestovoy, a musical collaboration with Brandi Pace and Argentinean guitarist Marcelo Berestovoy. The piece mixes jazz, Brazilian, and popular music
for guitar and vocals. Dance Collaborations of DFW bring Counterbalance & More, presenting pieces from modern & contemporary dance woven together to express the embodiment of what it means to move
through this world. Finally, a reimagining of Tennessee Williams' Suddenly, Last Summer presented by producer director - Payten Brewer.
Headlining in The Vault theatre space is Dear Serenity, written and performed by Charles Jackson. The piece is a heartwarming tribute to Charles’ ex-wife through a letter to what would have been, their future
daughter. Also in The Vault is A View from My Backyard, a performance art piece by Sara Herrera shedding light on childhood memories growing up in Texas in a vibrant Latino community. From Hobbs, New Mexico, the New Antiquities Theatre Company brings a one-person production of Hamlet, featuring a lone actor rehearsing in an empty theatre space transform it into the classical story of revenge. Actor Nathan Miles interacts with the audience to bring more clarity to the dialogue of this masterpiece. Finally, The Glamorous Life: Parenting in a Pandemic, a cabaret presented by Sarah Powell. Sarah, accompanied by a pianist, presents a look at parenting during the pandemic - in song.
Start times reflect the first performance each day; for a full schedule, go to the festival website.