Fringe Festival 2019

The CTC is proud to present its fifth annual Fringe Festival: a series of one-act plays showcasing up and coming directors, playwrights and actors over three nights of solid entertainment. For more information, check out our pages for our first, secondthird, and fourth festivals.

All shows will be performed at Krudttønden. The performances will be May 2 – 4, 2019. 

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We are pleased to present six short plays as part of this year’s festival. Each play will be presented two times during the festival, which means if you come any two nights you will be able to see all six shows! Check the schedule below to see which shows are performing each night.

Darella & the Vikings

Written & Directed by Marley Hasselbach

Darella: Mette Marie Fisker
Halden: Niels Knoop Madsen
Ulf: Robin Mark Schmidt


Written by David Greig
Directed by Carol Hayes

Jack: Daniel Neil Ash
Caroline: To be announced

I’m Awfully Sorry

Søren Christensen
Liza Derenchenko
Kristen Flanagan
Simon Ravn Vinding
Jeppe Holm
Sean Needham
Flaviu Nicolæ
Andrew Whalley
Gareth Garvey



The Seasons: A Bloody Musical

Written & Directed by Silje Balsnæs

Ella: Kate Pemberton
Lady Red: Mia Nørgaard Fugl
Mekamooremanny & Sabina: Troels Andersen Kjær
Piano & Bass: Martin Brehm
Guitar & Banjo: Daniel da Piedade Rodrigues

Afternoon Tea

Written by Candace Job
Directed by Candace Job & Ellen Paulig

Theodore: Candace Job
Male Mask: Ellen Paulig
Female Mask: Alice Seelapan
Music & Sound Design: Cristian Mitroi


Written by Lynn Steven-Johanson
Directed by Laura Holme-Hoske

Travis: Alexander Watson
Judy: Brooke Edwards
Adrienne: Tuesdai B Perry
Ward: Tyler Lucas
Voice: Jonas Holme-Hoske


Festival Schedule

Thursday, May 2

  • Afternoon Tea
  • Nefarious
  • Fragile
  • I’m Awfully Sorry

Friday, May 3

  • Darella and the Vikings
  • Nefarious
  • The Seasons: A Bloody Musical

Saturday, May 4

  • Darella and the Vikings
  • I’m Awfully Sorry
  • Afternoon Tea
  • The Seasons: A Bloody Musical

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This year, three impartial members of a jury will watch all the final festival performances to determine winners in three categories. We will also poll our audience members to determine a “Best of Fest,” or People’s choice award. All festival shows will be considered for an award.

  1. Best Original Script or Adaptation
  2. Best Director
  3. Best Performance
  4. Best of Fest (People’s Choice)

The awards will be announced during the cast party which takes place on Saturday evening after the final performance. Winners will receive a (non-monetary) prize and lots of bragging rights.