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Aspen Fringe Festival
June 8, 2017 - June 11, 2017
Friday, June 9–
Soulskin Dance– Audience Favorite SOULSKIN Dance is back for an encore performance after wowing audiences with “A Pop Culture Journey ” at the District Theatre.
Their Dazzling new show Satin & Swing takes us back to the Roaring 20’s. Glitz and glam and sequined flapper girls dance to Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Betty Boop and Prince?. . . Parallel universes merge through music and dance!
SOULSKIN Choreographer Adrianna Thompson was commissioned by the Aspen Art Museum to create a dance performed inside the Museum in July 2016 & will return to AAM again in July 2017.
Saturday & Sunday, June 10 & 11-
The Trump Card by Comedian Mike Daisey, adapted & performed by David Ledingham.
Mike Daisey takes on the reigning world heavyweight of self-mythologizing: Donald J. Trump. Instead of dismissing Trump as a simple con artist, he breaks down what makes Trump tick – and in doing so illuminates the current state of the American Dream and our obsession with it.
Presented with Angry Alan, a new work in progress by Penelope Skinner, Performed by Donald Sage Mackay.
Enter the world of Angry Alan: Visionary Speaker of Truths; Political Savant; Denouncer of the Criminalization of the Male Species; Guru of the Masculine Renaissance, and Dedicated Father-of-Two.
These Two short Plays will be presented with an intermission AHS Black Box Theatre
Monday, June 12-
Fringe Lab at the AHS Black Box Theatre.
Linda By Penelope Skinner and Directed by Maurice LaMee.
Linda is a 2017 NY Outer Critics Circle Award Nominee!
Linda Wilde has it all. She’s an award-winning senior executive as well as a busy wife and mother. But when she pitches a revolutionary concept that could change the way the world looks at women of a certain age, she finds herself fighting for her own relevance as every part of her carefully considered life starts to show cracks. Recently adapted for American audiences. Linda will be presented as a new play reading.