BEST OF FEST Bill A. Tonight we present five shows selected from among the 2018 Saturday "Best of Week" performances: four chosen by our panel and the fifth by audience vote.

PLEASE NOTE: This same bill of shows is also playing on Friday, February 16.

Mother Tree, written and performed by Laura Freeman. This is an autobiographical piece on death, grief, and healing.

Big Iron Fires, by Greg Romero. Gwen goes off-script so she can listen to you. Lost characters from a different play, a volunteer from the audience, a song, and a gun. We don't know everything that will happen. Directed by Jess Shoemaker.

Isabella and Her Dinosaur, by Cami Alys & Zach Muhn. Isabella and Her Dinosaur are two Austin comedians that love to sing songs and ponder the abyss.

New Approaches to Narrative, by Steve Moore. An introduction to storytelling, team-taught with the global artificial super­-intelligence. Directed by Carlos Treviño.

Burr, story by Laura Maxwell-Scott, lyrics and music by Eric Scott. A hip-hop musical about yet another white man wrestling with his relationship to his country and his past. Featuring Eric Scott, Bina Chauhan, and George Stumberg IV. Directed by Laura-Maxwell-Scott.


The box office is now closed for this show, but tickets are still available at the theater beginning an hour before the show.


BEST OF FEST Bill B. Tonight we present five shows selected from among the 2018 Saturday "Best of Week" performances: four chosen by our panel and the fifth by audience vote.

PLEASE NOTE: This same bill of shows is also playing on Saturday, February 17.

The River of Haircuts, by Kyle John Schmidt (ScriptWorks Commission). A new play by the multiple Best-of-Fest-winning team of writer Kyle John Schmidt and director Elizabeth C. Lay.

5 reasons to write a song and 1 reason not to, by Robin Chotzinoff. Robin Chotzinoff and Shelly Leuzinger bring back their 30-seconds-too-long-for-FronteraFest 2017 musical psycho-romp.

The Kitty-Cat Brigade, by Tristan Young Mercado. Three liberal women break onto the White House lawn in an attempt to rescue the First Lady.

You Ain't No Sissy, by Jack Darling. An autobiographical show of storytelling and magic. Written and performed by Jack Darling. Produced by Christine Darling.

Jomo & The Possum Posse: New Directions, by Jomo & The Possum Posse. This sardonic honky-tonk band will show you something they've never shown anyone else before, in a VERY intimate setting.

The box office is now closed for this show, but tickets are still available at the theater beginning an hour before the show.


BEST OF FEST WILD CARD PERFORMANCE. Tonight we present staff picks from among the 2018 Short Fringe performances that were overlooked by the Best of Week judges. This bill plays ONE NIGHT ONLY.

Rent II, by Phillip Mandel. The sequel to everyone's favorite musical.

TV Man, by Daniel Berkowitz. Feeling neglected by his human family, TV Man sets off on a journey to find his true home.

Do You Feel Safe Yet?, by Tyler Kosmak. A collection of scenes on the theme of safety, directed by Megan Weaver.

White Gleaming Beach, by Greg MacArthur. A pen rolls off a table, setting a series of events into motion that change a man’s life. As he becomes more and more obsessed with the stranger who he believes stole his future, the impact of every little choice becomes greater, until there is no turning back. White Gleaming Beach features Jack William Rodgers as The Man, Katie Alice Scott as The Woman, and original live music by Luis Parra.

The Knuckleball Now, performed by Lee Eddy and Craig Kotfas (The Knuckleball Now). Together for over fifteen years, the accolade-riddled The Knuckleball Now perform their PEAK & POP method of improv comedy. A series of quick scenes build a mind-spinning energy that quickly create a collection of delightful themes and memorable characters. Awarded 2015 & 2017 Rudy Kloptik Award for Outstanding Improvisational Troupe by B. Iden Paynes and former FronteraFest Best of Fest selection.

The box office is now closed for this show, but tickets are still available at the theater beginning an hour before the show.


BEST OF FEST Bill A. Tonight we present five shows selected from among the 2018 Saturday "Best of Week" performances: four chosen by our panel and the fifth by audience vote.

PLEASE NOTE: This same bill of shows is also playing on Tuesday, February 13.

Mother Tree, written and performed by Laura Freeman. This is an autobiographical piece on death, grief, and healing.

Big Iron Fires, by Greg Romero. Gwen goes off-script so she can listen to you. Lost characters from a different play, a volunteer from the audience, a song, and a gun. We don't know everything that will happen. Directed by Jess Shoemaker.

Isabella and Her Dinosaur, by Cami Alys & Zach Muhn. Isabella and Her Dinosaur are two Austin comedians that love to sing songs and ponder the abyss.

New Approaches to Narrative, by Steve Moore. An introduction to storytelling, team-taught with the global artificial super­-intelligence. Directed by Carlos Treviño.

Burr, story by Laura Maxwell-Scott, lyrics and music by Eric Scott. A hip-hop musical about yet another white man wrestling with his relationship to his country and his past. Featuring Eric Scott, Bina Chauhan, and George Stumberg IV. Directed by Laura-Maxwell-Scott.

The box office is now closed for this show, but tickets are still available at the theater beginning an hour before the show.


BEST OF FEST Bill B. Tonight we present five shows selected from among the 2018 Saturday "Best of Week" performances: four chosen by our panel and the fifth by audience vote.

PLEASE NOTE: This same bill of shows is also playing on Wednesday, February 14.

The River of Haircuts, by Kyle John Schmidt (ScriptWorks Commission). A new play by the multiple Best-of-Fest-winning team of writer Kyle John Schmidt and director Elizabeth C. Lay.

5 reasons to write a song and 1 reason not to, by Robin Chotzinoff. Robin Chotzinoff and Shelly Leuzinger bring back their 30-seconds-too-long-for-FronteraFest 2017 musical psycho-romp.

The Kitty-Cat Brigade, by Tristan Young Mercado. Three liberal women break onto the White House lawn in an attempt to rescue the First Lady.

You Ain't No Sissy, by Jack Darling. An autobiographical show of storytelling and magic. Written and performed by Jack Darling. Produced by Christine Darling.

Jomo & The Possum Posse: New Directions, by Jomo & The Possum Posse. This sardonic honky-tonk band will show you something they've never shown anyone else before, in a VERY intimate setting.

The box office is now closed for this show, but tickets are still available at the theater beginning an hour before the show.

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Feb 13th-17th at 8:00pm