2015 Scranton Fringe Festival @ The Forage Space

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The 2015 Scranton Fringe Festival, a four day (October 1st-4th 2015) festival of the performing arts continues to announce its line up venue by venue. We are thrilled to announce the line up for the Forage Space (310 N Washington Ave)

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“Roberts Eternal Goldfish”

Roberts’ Eternal Goldfish                     Rated PG-13
Written / Performed by Brad McEntire
Produced by Audacity Theatre Lab (Dallas, TX)

Robert J. Roberts has a huge problem with the world. In particular he really dislikes people. All people. One day he becomes the unlikely custodian of a magical goldfish and Mr. Roberts’ misanthropic view of the world is seriously challenged. Can a person be frustrated into being a better human being?

60 minutes – Theater

Saturday October 3rd at 6:30pm
Sunday October 4th at 2:00pm

Thom Pain - Brian ReeseThom Pain (based on nothing)                        Rated R
Written by Will Eno
Performed by Brian Reese

Thom Pain (based on nothing) is a dramatic monologue that reflects on the universal isolation and suffering of modern life. It’s subject matter ranges from the joys and cruelties of growing up to the highs and lows of adult love to our final terminus in death and all momentous and mundane occurrences along the way. The play is, ultimately, a piece of Brechtian instigation created to make each audience member examine his own life that he might live and love more fully.

60 minutes – Theater

Saturday October 3rd at 2:00pm & 8:00pm
Sunday October 4th at 6:30pm

TheMadMuseTo The Bar!                               Rated PG-13
  Developed/Performed by Lori Howsare
  By The Mad Muse (Pittsburgh, PA)

The Made Muse presents “Greatest Hits” performance! The Mad Muse is an experimental performance persona developed by Lori Howsare and inspired by the works of William Shakespeare. This event (as all Mad Muse shows) will be part Shakespeare, Mad Poetry, Storytelling and Movement.

60 minutes – Theater

Saturday October 3rd at 3:30pm
Sunday October 4th at 5:00pm