A PRESENTATION OF NEW SHORT DRAMAS AND SPOKEN-WORD PERFORMANCES AT THIS YEAR'S EDINBURGH FRINGE
FRINGE VENUE: WOODLAND CREATURES Leith Walk FRIDAY 17/SATURDAY 18 AUGUST 2-4PM
Written and Directed by THOM MCKEOWN
Sara Hamilton DOMINO A woman dressed in her ‘working outfit’ talks frankly about her profession as a dominatrix.
Laura Begley Clara Heyburn UNHITCHED Two young women meet on the verge of a motorway - clearly both intent upon hitching a lift from passing traffic. A heated debate including shocking revelations ensues over who should have priority and why.
Malwina Sadowska Gina Gabriela MS. (Part 1 and Part 2) Two women individually recite their feelings about the contemporary world which cause each such dismay and anguish.
Gill McGowan CROSSING THE LINE A mother describes in harrowing detail the distressing circumstances which have led her into a dark and dreadful situation from which there is no turning back.
Noel Franson KILSHEENLAN BAY A moving and poignant spoken word/monologue of an expatriate Irish man in 1939.
Karina Chan A CULTURAL ENIGMA Zazzi is a young Chinese woman now living in Glasgow Scotland and experiencing some confusion with the inherent malapropisms within the local dialect and vocabulary.
Freda Macdonell Maggie Joyce Anderson SNOW JOB Jean Hendry walks in to a coffee bar one morning and looks around. She sees a stranger, Gillian Stone, roughly her own age, seated at a table nursing a coffee. She takes the seat next to her, they acknowledge one another, before the small talk begins towards a very surprising conclusion.
Screenstage Studios presents at official Fringe venue:
260 Leith Walk Edinburgh EH6 5EL
Friday 17th and Saturday 18th August
2-4pm as part of the Edinburgh FRINGE
available on the door (cash only) or in advance from:
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