Orlando Fringe Encore!

Enjoy some favorites from the 2018 Orlando Fringe Festival!

June 3 & 4 at 7:30pm
Written by Megan Gogerty
Directed by Beth Marshall
Starring Theresa Smith-Levin
One woman’s witty story of politics, pop-culture and parenting and how Dolly Parton saved the day.
Named 2018 Best of Fest, Orlando International Fringe Festival
“Breezy, power woman charmer” – Matt Palm, Orlando Sentinel
“Outstanding performance. Her expressions, and voice deliver a sometimes thought-provoking, often humorous, but always sincere message.” – Indy Talks
June 8 at 7:30pm
Written and Directed by John Mark Jernigan
Featuring original music by Anthony R. Smith
Starring Chris Crawford
Step into the Windy City Diner and catch a glimpse inside the mind of a man “one the edge” as the universe comes to a screeching halt to acknowledge the wild and specific importance of Bartholomew Jones. “Hello” is a one man darkly comedic plea for human connection which recently won Patron’s Pick at the Orlando Fringe and was included on Orlando Weekly’s “Best of Fringe”. All you have to do is say Hello. 
June 9 at 7pm & June 10 at 7:30pm
Written and Performed by Bruce Ryan Costella
Directed by Debra Christopher
“Sit. Lie down. Roll over.” In November of 1957, Soviet scientists sent the first living thing into Earth’s orbit – a stray dog. Set amidst the space race, MUTTNIK draws on historical events to create a story of purpose, life, and death told from the perspective of a Russian dog. Presented by Orlando-based theatre company Pipsqueak Collective.
June 9 at 8:30pm
Written By Donald Rupe
Starring Jake Teixeira, Blake Aburn, Madison Gomez, Michael Geniac and Janine Papin

J: What’s the hardest thing you’ve ever done in your life?
M: (Beat). I once had an entirely uninterrupted conversation with my mother.
J: No. Really.
M: Okay. I guess it was the day I decided.
J: Decided to do what?
M: To be happy.
J: Tomorrow, then.
M: Huh?
J: You’ll see.

This new play by Donald Rupe begins like many other plays: boy meets girl, boy likes girl, etc. Plays are like people, though: the same and different, predictable and not. This story follows the lives of two brothers who are struggling to connect with one another and to find happiness and love with others.


  • General Admission $15

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Save Me, Dolly Parton

  • Sunday, June 3 at 7:30pm

  • Monday, June 4 at 7:30pm


  • Friday, June 8 at 7:30pm


  • Saturday, June 9 at 7pm

  • Sunday, June 10 at 7:30pm

to be happy.

  • Saturday, June 9 at 8:30pm