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April 11 - May 4
by George C. Wolfe
Adapted from three short stories by Zora Neale Hurston
Music by Chic Street Man
Sponsored by Rainmaker Advertising
Spunk is a wild, bluesy wail—three stories by the great Harlem Renaissance writer Zora Neale Hurston, adapted into a staggeringly theatrical play by George C. Wolfe, who won an Obie for its 1989 off-Broadway premiere production. A trio of vignettes of African-American life in the first half of the 20th century, Spunk is a raucous, charming, blues-infused look at love, revenge, jealousy, and the fine art of the hustle.
Out of the Loop Fringe Festival 2014 Lineup Announced!
WaterTower Theatre Announces the Artists and Schedule
for the 2014 Out of the Loop Fringe Festival
Seven World Premieres Highlight the Festival
ADDISON, TX – WaterTower Theatre Producing Artistic Director and Loop Executive Producer Terry Martin today announced the line-up for the 2014 Out of the Loop Fringe Festival, March 6-16, 2014 at the Addison Theatre and Conference Centre. Seven world premieres highlight this year’s festival as well as 12 new artists/companies making their Festival debut, plus several returning favorites. The Festival will include dance, theatre, cabaret artists and visual arts, and a play produced by WaterTower Theatre. The Festival is made possible, in part, through the generous support of The Town of Addison and the Texas Commission on the Arts and media sponsor, TheaterJones.com.
Eighteen artists and performing arts organizations will participate in this year’s Festival of which 12 are making their *Festival debut. They are: *Actor’s Conservatory Theater, *Alex Tha Great, Audacity Theatre Lab, *Aztec Economy, *Brandon Simmons, Contemporary Ballet Dallas, *Cynthia Scott, *Dallas Neo-Classical Ballet, Diana Sheehan, Express Productions/David Parr, *Jenn Dodd, *Miniature Curiosa, *Jendi Tarde, Muscle Memory Dance Theatre, *Risk Theater Initiative, *SiHK Brothers, *Sossy Mechanics, Sundown Collaborative Theatre and WaterTower Theatre. (*Festival debut.)
Seven world premieres will be presented at this year’s Festival: Mozart’s Muse (Jendi Tarde), Beware of Plastics (Actor’s Conservatory Theater), Diana Sheehan in Searching for Gertrude Lawrence, David Parr’s (Express Productions) Express from 59th, Robert’s Eternal Goldfish (Audacity Theatre Lab), Sundown Collaborative Theatre’sSweet Chariot,andContemporary Ballet Dallas’ Sidewalk Stories.
A 10-day celebration of theatre, dance, music, and art, the Out of the Loop Fringe Festival features performances by arts organizations and artists from across the nation. Performances are held at the Addison Theatre Centre, in four performance venues: the Main Stage, the Studio Theatre, the Stone Cottage, and the Main Lobby.
The Best of Loop will return this year. On the final day of the Festival, WaterTower Theatre will invite back for a special performance the Best of the Main Stage, Studio Theatre andStone Cottage performers as chosen by our Loop passholders. Passholders will have an opportunity to cast ballots for their “Best Of” choice on the final Saturday of the Festival.
The Out of the Loop Fringe Festival media sponsor is TheaterJones.com. The Festival is produced by WaterTower Theatre – Terry Martin (Executive Producer) and Kelsey Leigh Ervi (Associate Producer).
The Dallas Observer named the Out of the Loop Fringe Festival “Best Theatre Festival” in its annual “Best of Dallas” issue. Additionally, the 2004 Dallas-Fort Worth Theatre Critics Forum awarded the Festival a special citation for providing performance opportunities to new works and new production companies.
Single tickets to all events go on sale Feb. 18. Festival Passes, now on sale, include one admission to each Festival event and are $65. WaterTower Theatre subscribers receive $10 off each Festival pass. Individual ticket prices for each event are $10 or $15. Loop passholders may make reservations starting February 11, 2014.
at the Addison Theatre Centre
15650 Addison Road
Addison, Texas 75001