Ayres-Frederick Play at the SF Fringe

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Afield
by Linda Ayres-Frederick

Directed by Joe Weatherby
Cast: Carolyn Doyle, Bruno Kanter, and Heidi Wolff.

Performances at the Exit Theatre

When:
THURSDAY SEPT 8 7:00 PM
SATURDAY SEPT 10 7:30 PM
WEDNESDAY SEPT 14 9:00 PM
SUNDAY SEPT 18 1:00 PM

Please visit the SF Fringe website for tickets and more information.

From the San Francisco Chronicle:

Some fine acting also distinguishes Linda Ayres-Frederick’s wry, futuristic “Afield.” Directed by Joe Weatherby, it’s an intriguing, offbeat showdown for two ragged, suspicious survivors (Bruno Kanter and Carolyn Doyle) in a toxic, oft-flooded wasteland and one very alert pig (Heidi Wolff). At issue is who might survive the land mines and the next deluge, and whether pigs can fly – or float.

Robinson’s A Piece of Work at the San Francisco Fringe

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A Piece of Work
by John Robinson

Cliff Latham’s settled aesthetic gets shattered when a young and talented woman, his neighbor, pays a visit to his studio looking for guidance and mentoring.

Directed by Robin Schild
with Joey Hoeber, Jude Haukom, and Claudia Rosa.

EXIT Studio
156 Eddy Street (near Taylor)
Two Blocks from Powell Street Bart

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7TH at 10:30 PM
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13TH at 7:00 PM
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14tTH at 9:00 PM
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16TH at 8:30 PM

For tickets visit the SF Fringe website. 

Lee Brady at the SF Fringe with Janice, Shelley and Jo

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WHO?   ELLEN BROOKS, JIM COLGAN, AMBER CRANE, SAIGE HILTON, KENNA HUNT and KATE WHITE play out complicated relationships in an unusually troubled family.

WHAT?
Janice & Shelley & Jo
by Lee Brady

A family comedy directed by Andrea Gordon, presented by 3Girls Theatre.  Janice and Shelley meet for the first time and discover they have the same mother (Jo). Both saint and sinner, Jo’s worlds collide when she flees the Absolute Truth commune to find her daughters and runs into the past she left behind, her ex-lover, Keenan, a wild Irish Fiddler who changed all of their lives.

WHERE?
The 2011 San Francisco Fringe Festival at the Exit Theatre, 156 Eddy St, San Francisco  (www.sffringe.org)

WHEN?
Thursday, Sept 8th @ 9:00 PM
Sunday, Sept 11th @ 1:00 PM

Saturday, Sept 17th @ 7:30 PM
Sunday, Sept 18th @ 4:00 PM

WHY?
Because at 8 bucks a pop this is the best theatre bargain in the Bay Area!

For tickets visit the SF Fringe website.