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How to LOVE: A Handbook for Imaginary Friends

Kid's Fringe

How to L.O.V.E: A Handbook for Imaginary Friends tells the story of a Father and the Handbook he finds while cleaning out the room he grew up in. The Handbook takes him through a journey of memories, revisiting times he needed a true friend, and learning, as an adult, what it means to L.O.V.E. Conceived by the Young Artists; Ensemble Company, How to L.O.V.E. is fun for the whole family and mixes our YAE members with theatre professionals to provide them with as realistic a professional theatre experience as possible. It's written by YAE member, Toni Keene, and artistic directors, Ryan Bernier and Georgia Mallory Guy.


Storytelling | Comedy

Renowned Australian storyteller Jon Bennett tells the amazingly sordid and bizarre story of his brother’s life. A sometimes shocking and chaotic tale, Bennett recounts his brother’s experiences with both charismatic hilarity and heart- warming, poignant reflection. Fire in the Meth Lab tells of drug dealers, bikers, high-speed car chases, fights, crime, prison, vomit, exploding houses and even cancer. The show explores brotherly relationships and how siblings with the same upbringing can choose very separate paths.

Becoming Magic Mike

Action Comedy

Comedian DK Reinemer (Help! I’m American!, The DK Effect, formerly of Bellingham) performs his smokin’ hot, action adventure comedy, ‘Becoming Magic Mike: An Action Adventure Comedy’ LIVE at Curious Comedy Theatre in Portland, OR. Gleefully dumb and accidentally smart, DK sings, dances and roller-skates his way through a preposterously skimpy plot about a straitlaced detective thrust deep undercover into the unfamiliar world of male stripping.

Saturdays | 10pm - 1am | All shows will air on Frontier 30, Comcast 20 & Spectrum 639 simultaneously, for four weeks.

Sundays | 10pm - 1am | All shows will air on Frontier 36 & Spectrum 638 simultaneously, for four weeks.


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