BEST OF WEEK #1. Four of the shows that play in tonight's "Best of Week" performance were selected by our panel from the previous week's shows; the fifth was chosen by audience vote.

Her Dinosaur, by Zach Muhn. One half of two Austin comedians that love to sing songs and ponder the abyss.

PerVirgin, written and performed by Nkechi Chibueze. Kechi is a 34 year ­old woman who has never been kissed . . . and she REALLY wants to talk about it. Join Kechi as she lays out the blueprint to becoming a super virgin, shares her cringeworthy crushalationships, and explains how the Pussycat Doll and Zumba are her sexy spirit animals!

At the Highland Mall, by Jennifer Griffin Graham, adapted by Kyle John Schmidt. A dark comedy about two sisters' trip to a mall­ turned ­ossuary for answers from the bones of the recently deceased. Adapted from the Jennifer Griffin Graham short story by siblings Kyle and Jadrien Schmidt.

New Approaches to Narrative, by Steve Moore. An introduction to storytelling, team-taught with the global artificial super­-intelligence. Directed by Carlos Treviño.

Pong: The Musical, by Max Langert featuring music by Liam & Jules Langert (ScriptWorks Commission) The future is uncertain in this black and white world. Only lateral movement will help us survive.

The box office is now closed for this show, but tickets are still available at the theater beginning an hour before the show.


BEST OF WEEK #2. Four of the shows in tonight's "Best of Week" performance were selected by our panel from the previous week's shows; the fifth was chosen by audience vote.

Within, Above, and Beyond, conceived and performed by Yuliya Lanina with music by Russell Pinkston and choreography by Andrea Ariel. Within, Above, and Beyond is a journey inside the mind of an artist. The piece explores the symbiotic relationship that can exist between the artist and her work. Through creativity, the artist is able to explore the depth of tragic experience by unlocking the hidden parts of her subconscious that lay dormant in its wake.

Baby Got Back / The Game / Matt Damon, by Leng Wong and ensemble. Directed by Leng Wong. Three mini plays about expectations, perceptions and the pliability of truth.

I Love Johnny, by Anna Eisley. I Love Johnny is a one-act that follows the decay of a couple's life together. Using highly stylized choreographed 1950's sitcom movement and entirely lip-synced dialogue, Johnny takes a disturbing look at the collision of American home-life and capitalism

The Kitty-Cat Brigade, by Tristan Young Mercado. Three liberal women break onto the White House lawn in an attempt to rescue the First Lady.

Burr, story by Laura Maxwell-Scott, lyrics and music by Eric Scott. A hip-hop musical about yet another white man wrestling with his relationship to his country and his past. Featuring Eric Scott, Bina Chauhan, and George Stumberg IV. Directed by Laura-Maxwell-Scott.

The box office is now closed for this show, but tickets are still available at the theater beginning an hour before the show.


BEST OF WEEK #3. Four of the shows that play in tonight's "Best of Week" performance were selected by our panel from the previous week's shows; the fifth was chosen by audience vote.

Olga and Volga's Happy Hour, by Zia Schwartz Kinzy and Georgia Pearson. Zia Schwartz Kinzy, 14, and Georgia Pearson, 16, are Olga and Volga: two old Russian ladies who are going to take over the government. Join them as they share their epic life story and train you on how to be a good citizen. Olga and Volga have called themselves "FAB-you-lus-lee in-TAIR-taining!" "Uh-TAIR-lee spec-TAIR-lee spec-TAC-you-ler!" and say that they are "de-OWN-lee show you well need to see. EV-air."

Mother Tree, written and performed by Laura Freeman. This is an autobiographical piece on death, grief, and healing.

Amazon, by Cortney DeAngelo. An original piece about an Amazon performer in a world that worships the feminine petite. Written and performed by Cortney DeAngelo. Directed by Estevan J. "Chuy" Zarate.

Con*text: Consent, Consequences, Connection, designed by Gloria C. Adams, directed by Seanan Kristine, produced by Teresa Johnson, written and performed by all three women. “Con,” from the Latin meaning “to be with thoroughly.” A conclave of women convenes to challenge the constructs of power. Accompany them as they conspire to conjure growth through the creation of connection. Content warning: This show deals with sexual assault, domestic violence, and abuse dynamics.

5 reasons to write a song and 1 reason not to, by Robin Chotzinoff. Robin Chotzinoff and Shelly Leuzinger bring back their 30-seconds-too-long-for-FronteraFest 2017 musical psycho-romp.

The box office is now closed for this show, but tickets are still available at the theater beginning an hour before the show.


BEST OF WEEK #4. Four of the shows in tonight's "Best of Week" performance were selected by our panel from the previous week's shows; the fifth was chosen by audience vote.

The River of Haircuts, by Kyle John Schmidt (ScriptWorks Commission). A new play by the multiple Best-of-Fest-winning team of writer Kyle John Schmidt and director Elizabeth C. Lay.

Big Iron Fires, by Greg Romero. Gwen goes off-script so she can listen to you. Lost characters from a different play, a volunteer from the audience, a song, and a gun. We don't know everything that will happen. Directed by Jess Shoemaker.

Isabella and Her Dinosaur, by Cami Alys & Zach Muhn. Isabella and Her Dinosaur are two Austin comedians that love to sing songs and ponder the abyss.

You Ain't No Sissy, by Jack Darling. An autobiographical show of storytelling and magic. Written and performed by Jack Darling. Produced by Christine Darling.

Jomo & The Possum Posse: New Directions, by Jomo & The Possum Posse. This sardonic honky-tonk band will show you something they've never shown anyone else before, in a VERY intimate setting.

The box office is now closed for this show, but tickets are still available at the theater beginning an hour before the show.

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