Westmont College presents: The Fringe Festival

A celebration of devised, original & otherwise unseen work!

Sunday, April 14

Community Art Workshop

631 Garden Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
SunApr | 14
Westmont College presents: The Fringe Festival
Community Art Workshop
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The Fringe is Westmont's annual celebration of devised, new, original or otherwise previously unseen work that culminates every theatre season at the college. This year is the biggest Fringe to date, with over 38 original pieces! Performances and installations will be located in the theatre and surrounding rooms, patios and pathways on the Westmont campus, as well as downtown at the amazing Community Arts Workshop venue.

For questions please e-mail Westmont College at theatre@westmont.edu or call 805.565.7040.

For more ticket dates go to www.sbcaw.org/events.

For tickets to the dates on Westmont Campus go to https://www.westmont.edu/boxoffice.

Westmont Fringe @CAW Show information



Thumbelina

Written by Cecelia Raker

Directed and Performed by Anna Telfer and Jeremy Scharf


Turns out Thumbelina smokes. 


Nora

Written by Karly Kuntz

Directed by Leah Monica


An egg cracks.  Is Nora supposed to be here?  She saved herself.  She saved so many others. Are you supposed to be here? An egg cracks.


Funny Valentine

Written by Madison Fargo

Directed by Merckx Dascomb


Two women forever entwined share another tragic Valentine’s Day together.


Time is Fleeting

Written and Directed by Kat Delaney


Will the things that matter now hold the same weight in the future?   Jeff reflects on a memory of his closest friends in 1987 now reeling with the idea of college, faith, death, and growing up.


A Murder of Crows

Written by Talia Schuyler

Directed by Logan Foltz


You try to move on from the sins of your past.  You try to forget.  But crows have amazing memories, and the crows won’t forget.



Questions?

805.565.7040


Full schedule for entire FRINGE at www.westmont.edu/boxoffice


  • Community Art Workshop

    631 Garden Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101

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