The Sibyl of Mars

Giant Nerd Productions (Seattle, WA) presents:

The Sibyl of Mars

Thurs May 3 8:45pm, Fri May 4 6:15pm,  Sat May 5 7:30pm,

Mon May 7 7:15pm, Tues May 8 6pm, Weds May 9 10:15pm


The Sibyl, a seer from Mars, has been sent to Earth to steal ancient records of the planet’s original colony mission – against an interplanetary peace treaty. She must piece information together decaying, scattered records to learn why her home world’s ecosystem is collapsing, before Earth authorities erase her memories and ship her back to the Red Planet, useless to its struggling inhabitants. Using tarot cards to trigger each piece, Sibyl works with her audience to form a plan.

L. Nicol Cabe is an award-winning science fiction storyteller and solo performer. She has previously toured two critically-acclaimed scifi solo performances – “Infinite Expectation of the Dawn” and “Tidal Surge,” and is excited to tour her third speculative fiction piece. In her home base Seattle, she directs, dramaturgs, writes for, and sometimes performs with wonderful theatre companies like Copious Love Productions, Annex Theatre, Theater Schmeater, Taproot Theatre Company, and Infinity Box Theatre Project. She has also been published in Fiction Vortex online magazine.

Sci-fi Solo Show – 1 Hour
Tickets: $10 (+$3 festival support fee)

What is the Tampa International Fringe Festival? An uncensored performing arts festival May 3-12, 2018, featuring over 200 performances from companies all over the world, across all genres of live art – comedy, music, magic, and more.

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Kara Sevda

 

Featured Artist ProfileNow What Theatre (Glasgow/NYC) presents:

Kara Sevda

Fri May 12 8:30pm, Sat May 13 12pm, Sun May 14 6:30pm

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Nuclear winter has descended upon the globe. The last train south out of Paris is boarding. But not everyone will be drawn in the lottery. When Celia and Rhys find themselves awaiting the lottery results on the same bench, they strike up a challenging acquaintance amidst falling bombs and a nameless war, asking the question what kind of world do we live in now… and what happens if they don’t catch the train at all?

Comedy/Drama – 1 Hour
Buy Tickets:$10
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Who, Me.

Featured Artist ProfileRob Lloyd (Melbourne, Victoria Australia) presents:

Who, Me.

Fri May 12 7:45pm, Sat May 13 8:15pm, Sun May 14 1:30pm

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After sell-out seasons in Chicago, Edinburgh, Sydney and Melbourne, comedian and Doctor Who fan Rob Lloyd (BBC America’s Doctor Who: Earth Conquest) is here to explore the boundaries of his obsession with the Time Lord.

 

Comedy – 1 Hour, 10 Minutes
Buy Tickets: $13
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Echo

Maddison Wise (Palm Harbor, FL) presents:

Echo

Fri May 12 6:15pm, Sat May 13 4:40pm, Sun May 14 12pm

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Echo is a science fiction adventure about a couple of high school friends trying to right a wrong in their world. Set 20 years in the future, much has stayed the same technologically with one major exception: the creation of a device that allows one to travel back in time. Over the decades, the gap between the upper class and everyone else has continued to widen, and new technologies, such as this device, are accessible almost exclusively to the richest members of society. Getting their hands on this technology is just the first obstacle the friends must overcome on their quest to change what has transpired.

Performance – 1 Hour
Buy Tickets:$8

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