Southern Theater

1420 Washington Ave. S., Mpls.

Best Little Crackhouse in Philly (…or “Crackwhore: The Musical!”)

Epic Arts Repertory Theater
Musical theater/Satire
From Lanesboro, Minn.: Tap-dancing crackwhores sing showtunes! Shenanigans abound as former Twin Cities theatre slut Stan Peal brings us his sick, twisted cabaret that won the top prize twice at New York’s Bad Musicals Festival! Created by Stan Peal. Ages 16+ Violence, Adult language

casebolt and smith: Speaking Out!

Casebolt and Smith
From Los Angeles: Table dancing, ball and boob grabbing, potty mouthed dynamic duo casebolt and smith deliver complicated, unexpected, quirky and humorous dance theater. “The Nichols and May of Dance.” —LA Times. Created by Liz Casebolt and Joel Smith. Ages 8+

A Dream Play

Tenth Muse
Freud meets Nietzsche meets Alice in Wonderland (bondage a-go-go style)… as an angelic being descends to earth to bear witness to the sufferings and cruelty of everyday life. Written by August Strindberg. Ages 13+ Adult language

Holding Patterns

Monica Rodero & Daniel Schuchart
From Milwaukee: The charmingly clever Milwaukee-based powerhouse waltzes through stories interrupted by puzzles, predicaments and physical drives. In Minnesota for their third year, wit and humor will prevail in a dance-driven show. Choreographed by Monica Rodero and Dan Schuchart. Ages 6+

Like You Mean It

Like You Mean It
From Ohio, Massachusetts and Hawaii: With movement, sound, text and their trademark blend of dynamic physicality, theatricality and humor, the improvisational ensemble (three dancers and a live DJ) constructs original work in each performance. Created by Chun Durant Kloppenberg Luna. Ages 2+

Lost and Found

Focus Dance
From Omaha, Neb.: This dance performance incorporates elements of jazz, modern and classical ballet to depict the pain of loss and the joy of being reunited. Choreographers use classical and pop music to “spin” dancing. Choreographed by Focus Dance. Ages 6+ 

Mansion of Dust

Sara Stevenson Scrimshaw
European master cleaners clash in a creaking mansion full of filth and secrets. Who will live? Who will dance? Who is the best duster? Oui! Ja! Created by Joseph and Sara Scrimshaw. Ages 12+

The Return of LICK!

After a four-year ban from the Minnesota Fringe Festival (for being too sexy), LICK! is back to dance its way into your heart. WARNING: Exposure to LICK! greatly increases your risk of genital heart attack. Written by Ben Thietje and Bobby Gardner. Ages 16+ Nudity, Adult language

Thank You and Have a Nice Day

Ruth Glaeser and Company
From Gibbon, Minn.: Although the associates at the O’Frip Department appear as typical, helpful and friendly employees, they are actually living, breathing individuals who are not always what they seem. Created by Ruth Glaeser. Ages 12+ Adult language

The William Williams Effect

Balance Theatre Project
The true story of the last man executed by the state of Minnesota features an illicit love affair, a violent murder and a botched hanging. It’s a story that almost wasn’t told, but had resounding impact. Written by Brian Columbus and Nancy Ruyle. Ages 13+ Violence, Loud noise/gunshots

Thursday, July 30

5:30 Lost and Found
7:00 TBA
8:30 The Return of LICK!
10:00 Best Little Crackhouse…

Friday, July 31

5:30 Mansion of Dust
7:00 Best Little Crackhouse…
8:30 A Dream Play
10:00 The William Williams Effect

Saturday, August 1

1:00 A Dream Play
2:30 casebolt and smith
4:00 Lost and Found
5:30 Best Little Crackhouse…
7:00 Holding Patterns
8:30 The William Williams Effect
10:00 Thank You and Have…

Sunday, August 2

1:00 Lost and Found
2:30 The William Williams Effect
4:00 Mansion of Dust
5:30 casebolt and smith
7:00 A Dream Play
8:30 Best Little Crackhouse…
10:00 Holding Patterns

Monday, August 3

5:30 casebolt and smith
7:00 Holding Patterns
8:30 Like You Mean It
10:00 The Return of LICK!

Tuesday, August 4

5:30 Thank You and Have…
7:00 Like You Mean It
8:30 Mansion of Dust
10:00 The William Williams Effect

Wednesday, August 5

5:30 Like You Mean It
7:00 The Return of LICK!
8:30 Lost and Found
10:00 Holding Patterns

Thursday, August 6

5:30 TBA
7:00 casebolt and smith
8:30 Best Little Crackhouse…
10:00 Thank You and Have…




Friday, August 7

4:00 A Dream Play
5:30 The Return of LICK!
7:00 TBA
8:30 casebolt and smith
10:00 Mansion of Dust

Saturday, August 8

1:00 Thank You and Have…
2:30 Lost and Found
4:00 TBA
5:30 Like You Mean It
7:00 A Dream Play
8:30 Like You Mean It
10:00 Holding Patterns

Sunday, August 9

1:00 The Return of LICK!
2:30 The William Williams Effect
4:00 TBA
5:30 Thank You and Have…
7:00 Mansion of Dust
8:30 Fringe Encore





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