At least two performances at this summer's New York Fringe Festival, running Aug. 12-26, will be from North Texas artists.
Cody Lucas of Denton's Sundown Collaborative Theatre has had his play Happily Ever After accepted, and the Sundown crew will travel there to perform it. Here's the play's description:
Jack wakes up to find that he is the sole audience member for a surreal traveling circus featuring the Brothers Grimm as the sadistic ringleaders. There, he witnesses heartbreaking circus acts performed by famous fairy tale characters as he struggles to find a way to escape. Happily Ever After, a new play by Cody Lucas, uses movement, music, and mime to revisit and re-imagine these childhood characters.
Also, Fort Worth actress and teacher Lisa Dalton will take her one-woman play The Darling, which Victor S. Tkachenko translated from an Anton Chekhov short story, to the Fringe. If you want a taste of it before she travels to Manhattan, she'll perform it July 28-30 at Pantagleize Theatre in Fort Worth.
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