Fringe Festival 2018

The CTC is proud to present its fourth 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, second, and third festivals.

All shows will be performed at Krudttønden. The performances will be Thursday 31 May, Friday 1 June and Saturday 2 June. 

 

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Thursday, May 31

Friday, June 1

Saturday, June 2

Maman & Garçon
Written, Directed, and Performed by Camille De Leobardy, Arnaud Vandermeiren 

 

Buford and Leroy
by Lynn Steven Johansen
Directed by Laura Holme-Hoske
Buford: Tyler Lucas
Leroy: Sean Young

 

Me-r-maid
Written, Directed, and Performed by Claudia Domenici

 

 

Hip-hop Saved My Life
Written and Directed by Eric Maganga
Hop: Hervè Tourè
Mom: Cila Brosius
Helen: Keira Madsen 

 

Loops
by Nouha Albrecht
Directed by Anna Nørskov Henriksen
Jacob: Victor Dilling
Maria: Nouha Albrecht

 

The Waiting Room
by Patrick Cooper
Directed by Piper S. McKenzie
Aleph: Al Agami
Beatty: Anina Karma Kjeldsen
Dell: Fie Dal
Gomer: Marley Hasselbach
Leone: Pejman Khorsand
The Old One: Kristine Helms

Bin Juice
Written and Directed by Marley Hasselbach
Triss: Karin Michelsen
Axel: Marley Hasselbach
Jojo: Kristine Helms 

 

My Friend Duplicity
by Enda Walsh
Directed by Carol Hayes, Damhán McLaughlin
Fergal: John Kelleher
Jean: Amy Skoglund

 

Space Cadets
Written and Directed by Alun Thomas
Dr Mia Rumsen: Edit Nielsen
Flip Spiceland: Micah Epstein
Kenneth Sharman: Steven Trier-Tett
A young mother: Karen Abraham
Vladimir Sputnisky: Alun Thomas

 

Burning Bright: The Ballad of Tycho Brahe
Written and Directed by Ulrik Stoltze
Tycho: Ulrik Stoltze
Otte Brahe: Piper S. McKenzie
Kirsten Jørgensdatter: Sara Rahmeh
Manderup Parsberg: Hervé Toure
Dr. Brucaeus: Andrew Whalley

 

 

 

Awards

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.