Roger Thayer Stone Center For Latin American Studies

Tulane University

New Orleans Fringe Festival

November 17th, 2010 - November 21st, 2010

The New Orleans Fringe is proud to present two performances during the 2010 Fringe Festival November 17-21. All shows are $8 (w/one-time $3 purchase of Fringe button). Latino theater (especially performed in Spanish) in New Orleans is a rare treat…don’t miss these incredible shows!!

Crawling with Monsters
Performed by: The Sleepy Border Town Insomniacs
From: Edinburg, Texas and Reynosa, Tamps, Mexico
Genre: Multimedia documentary performance
Mature content, not for children

Description: Twelve actors and musicians bring you stories of children and theatre from the war zone on the Mexico-Texas Border. Secretly-recorded testimonials and messages to the outside world are delivered in English and sometimes in Spanish, with subtitles. This “compelling and extraordinary” show includes background information, playful scenes, and live music. Performed half in English, half in Spanish
Venue: Skull Club, 1003 Spain Street
Shows: 11/17 7:00 pm, 11/20 9:00 pm, 11/21 5:00 pm
http://www.nofringe.org/shows_2010.html#crawling

Izazaga 734
Performing Group: teatro (dis)establish
From: Tempe, Arizona
Genre: Storytelling/translation
For mature audiences.

Description: Esperanza and Rocio, garment workers in Mexico City, tell a story of love, hate, and destruction. The play explores issue of material circumstances for women as they move from rural Mexico to the City. Instead of opportunity, women experience exploitation and despair. Mostly English, some Spanish.
Venue: Shadowbox Theatre, 2400 St. Claude Avenue
Shows: 11/18 9:00 pm, 11/20 7:00 pm, 11/21 7:00 pm
http://www.nofringe.org/shows_2010.html#izazaga

Click here for the complete lineup of all shows: http://www.nofringe.org/shows_2010.html

The 2010 New Orleans Fringe Festival, November 17-21, will be an extraordinary five days of theater, performance art and spectacle. Sixty groups from New Orleans, around the country and the world will be presenting over 150 shows in venues across the city. The shows include the exotic, the dramatic and the insane: drama, dance, one-person shows, cabaret, comedy, puppetry, clowning, improvisational, aerialist and many other creative works.

Venues include traditional theaters as well as unusual spaces: Shadowbox Theatre, Skull Club, NOLA Candle Factory, Backyard Ballroom, Trinity Church, Den of Muses and others. All performances are $8 each and run between 30 and 60 minutes. Tickets are available online at www.nofringe.org, at the door before each show, or at the Fringe Festival Tent during the festival.

The Fringe Festival Free-For-All Tent is the heart of the Festival; it is a big-top where audience members and performers can mingle over refreshments and enjoy free entertainment; it will be located at the corner of Press and Dauphine Streets in the Marigny. Family Fringe, November 20-21 from 11am-4pm at the Free-For-All Tent will feature performances geared toward kids, an array of arts and craft activities, the ReUse District Art Yard, the GoodChildren Fringe Parade, the NOLA Rising Paint Party, the Fringe Market, the Fringe Drum Circle and the Family Fringe Open Mic session.

Other free Fringe activities during the Festival include a showcase of the hottest spoken word artists in New Orleans at Bam-Bam-Boom-Baby-Boom on Saturday, November 20th at 7 pm at The Maison), Free Previews on November 17th and 18 with free NOLA Brew and Old New Orleans Rum, Festival Party with free NOLA Brew on November 19th, the Goodchildren Social Aid and Pleasure Club Fringe Parade down St. Claude at 2 pm on Saturday November 20th.

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Kaqchikel Language Table

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Join Kaqchikel learners and speakers at all levels to practice your language skills at this bi-monthly conversation table. It’s the holiday season on Dec. 2. Join Mtro. Marco Antonio Guaján (aka Mokchewan) to compare your favorite holiday celebrations.

Link to join: https://tulane.zoom.us/j/93988469399?pwd=bkk3eDIzOEhQVjVEV1ZxTHFDTnJvQT09

This event is co-sponsored by the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at the University of Kansas.