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Saturday, September 12, 2015
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Event Type:
Suzi Kalmus
Location Details:
Exit Theatre
156 Eddy St.,
San Francisco, CA

ACCIDENTS & OTHER NEW WORK includes: Jeff Carter's comic Pigeons in Lovewhere living together is hard especially with Pigeons in the mix; Margery Kreitman's Cat Tales that takes a close look at cats and their devoted people; "Why can't death feel more like life?" is a question Lee Brady poses and answers in; Dramaphobia by Nancy Cooper Frank takes on why some people fear theatre! And could there be another "accidental" Kennedy, son of the "most beauteous dead president"? Find out in Red Sky at Dawn by Linda Ayres-Frederick.
The Monday Night Group (Carter, Kreitman, Brady, Cooper Frank, & Ayres-Frederick) is San Francisco's longest running workshop of award-winning independent playwrights whose plays have been applauded throughout North and Central America, the United Kingdom and beyond. Directed by Tides Theatre's Artistic Director Jennifer Welch, the ensemble of Bay Area actors Aeron Mcintyre*, Joe Napoli, Niki Yapo-Held & Linda Ayres-Frederick* perform the five short plays that have a total running time of one hour. Awards received by members of the Monday Night Group include three time Best of SF Fringe; Calgary, Alberta 's ACT Regional Theatre Award; Costa Rica's First International Playwrights Competition; Edinburgh's The Scotsman Five Star Review. ACCIDENTS & OTHER NEW WORK is being presented under the auspices of the Actors' Equity Association Members' Project Code. *Member Actors' Equity Association.
Now in its 24th year, the San Francisco Fringe Festival brings fresh, daring, exciting theatre of all varieties to open-minded audiences of all persuasions. Often over-the-top and under-the-radar of traditional theatre, "The Fringe" has its rabid devotees - and wins more fans every year.
The 2015 San Francisco Fringe Festival, September 11 through 26 (every day but Mondays), brings 34 different shows to San Francisco's EXIT Theatreplex, 156 Eddy Street. EXIT Theatreplex is within walking distance of Union Square and the Powell Street BART station. For complete listings of venues, shows, and times, go to Or call the fringe hotline at (415) 673-3847.

Tickets are $12 at the door (cash only) and $14.99 online in advance. A five-show Frequent Fringer pass is $45. EXIT Theatre, the producer of the San Francisco Fringe Festival, has been presenting Indie theater in downtown San Francisco since 1982

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