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Top: Liz Fisher, Margaret Hoard, Michelle Keffer, Rebecca Robinson, and Stacy Austin in Daniel MacIvor's "Humans." Bottom left: Kayla Newman and Noah Neal in Aimée Gonzalez's "Larius Likler." Bottom Right: Jamison Driskill in Ken Webster's "Port Arthur."

Hyde Park Theatre


Three from FronteraFest

FronteraFest Hits from
1998, 2006, and 2008

by Daniel MacIvor, Aimée Gonzales,
& Ken Webster

directed by
Ken Webster
& Jamison Driskill

March 3-26, 2008


Reservations 479-PLAY

Off-nights at Hyde Park Theatre are about to get a little more "off."

HPT is proud to present Three from FronteraFest, an evening of FronteraFest's greatest hits, with three quirky and funny audience and critical favorites from FronteraFest 1998, 2006, and 2008.

"Humans," by Daniel MacIvor, features an all-star cast of local actresses telling a series of funny and moving stories about sheep, jealousy, love, hate, and humans. Directed by Ken Webster, it features Kelsey Kling, Rebecca Robinson, Margaret Hoard, Liz Fisher, Michelle Keffer, and Stacy Austin. The piece was first performed in Austin at the 1998 FronteraFest.

"Larius Likler," a hit from last month's FronteraFest, is almost an anagram for serial killer. And so Larius Likler has decided to almost become one. An excerpt from a full-length comedy in progress by Aimée Gonzalez, the piece is directed by Jamison Driskill and features Michelle Keffer, Noah Neal, David Dubose, Michelle Brandt, and Kayla Newman.

"Port Arthur," written and directed by Ken Webster, is the savagely funny story of two men with a shared past on a Greyhound bus headed to the land of Janis Joplin, Robert Rauschenberg, and Cotton Speyrer. It first played as part of FronteraFest 2006 and features Jamison Driskill and Noah Neal.

Three from FronteraFest runs at 8:00 PM on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays, March 3-26, 2008 Tickets are $14 and $12. Reservations can be made online or by calling 479-PLAY.

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