Jul 29, 2018

ROBERT'S ETERNAL GOLDFISH on tour the summer of 2018


I am taking my weird l'il solo show Robert's Eternal Goldfish all around North America this summer. First stop is at the 25th Annual Minnesota Fringe Festival. I am playing at the University of Minnesota's Rarig Center's Xperimental Theatre.
Shows:
Aug 3 @ 5:30 pm
Aug. 4 @ 2:30 pm
Aug. 7 @ 8:30 pm
Aug. 10 @ 10 pm
Aug. 11 @ 1 pm

At the U of M Rarig Center's Xperimental Theatre,
330 21st Avenue S, Minneapolis, MN 55454

Info on tickets and more... HERE.
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After that I am is off to the Nanaimo Fringe in Canada with the show. There I will be at the Vancouver Island Conference Centre, 80 Commercial Street (Dodd Narrows Room), Nanaimo, BC V9R 5J8 Canada

Shows
Aug 14 @ 5:45 PM
Aug 15 @ 4:15 PM
Aug 16 @ 7:45 PM
Aug 17 @ 9:15 PM
Aug 18 @ 5:00 PM

Info and tickets... HERE

Finally, I am taking the piece to the Elgin Fringe Festival in Illinois in September. There I will be at the Side Street Studio Arts' Backspace, 15 1/2 Zeigler Ct., Elgin, IL 60120

Shows
Sept. 13 @ 9:00 PM
Sept. 14 @ 10:30 PM
Sept. 15 @ 7:30 PM
Sept. 16 @ 4:30 PM

Info and tickets... HERE
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The 2018 Dallas One-Minute Play Festival


I have two plays in this year's One-Minute Pay Festival produced by Kitchen Dog Theatre.
Here's the info on the event.

The Dallas One-Minute Play Festival (#1MPF) returns for the 5th Annual Dallas One-Minute Play Festival! 1MPF is the country’s largest and longest continually running community-engaged theatre project, aimed at exploring local topics, ideas, trends, and seeding conversations for, by, and about artists and citizens in Dallas. The marathon evening of one-minute plays by some of Dallas’ established and emerging playwrights and directors.  
(from the perforance of my 2015 play RUMBLESHANKS WANTS AN HQ)

84 original one-minute plays by 42 local playwrights
+ 12 local directors
+ 60 local actors
= 1 insanely wild night of theater.

August 11-13
at SMU Meadows School of the Arts - Bob Hope Theater

All Tickets $20
 

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Quick interview with Nanaimo Fringe

The Nanaimo Fringe did a quick interview with me and posted it on Facebook. Here it is...

Meet Brad, the man behind Robert's Eternal Goldfish!

Where are you from and what's your favourite thing about it?
I am from Texas, born and bred. I currently live outside of Dallas. Besides the relatively low cost of living and good food, Dallas works great for me as a home base. For travel purposes, it is smack in the middle of the US, has a very vibrant arts scene and the people are super hospitable.

2. How would you sum up your Fringe show, Robert's Eternal Goldfish, in one sentence?
A weird and hilarious romp thru the psyche of a messed up dude who is frustrated into being a better person.

3. What’s your craziest Fringe Festival experience?
Last time I came to Nanaimo in 2015, I got seperated from my friend, who was giving me a ride, right before we got on the ferry in Tsawwassen. I did not have my phone, passport, ferry ticket or any other belongings on me. Thinking my ride had driven on the ferry already, I just walked on. It was only later I was called to the Steward's cabin to get a shore-to-ship call from my friend. He actually had waited for me, off to the side of the line of cars. I had not seen him. He was a good half a day behind me, since he would have to take the next ferry. The Steward informed me that, technically, I was a "stow-away." I spent the day wandering around the ferry and then Nanaimo without any electronics (or documentation for that matter). I had never been here before. It was pleasant and surreal. My friend and I eventually met back up in the evening with a story to tell.

4. If you could take your show anywhere, where would you go?
I would love to one day do the show on board a cruise ship. This answer will make a lot of sense if you see the show.

5. What's your opinion of Nanaimo Bars?
Rich. Filling. Good with coffee. I liked the ones at the Vault Cafe.

Info on Brad's show... HERE

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