Memphis Fringe Festival: Holly Street Live Saturday, June 15 at 7:00 pm on the Main Stage
Jun
15
7:00 PM19:00

Memphis Fringe Festival: Holly Street Live Saturday, June 15 at 7:00 pm on the Main Stage

"Planting Firewood," by Natalie Parker Lawrence performed by Dusty Walsh and Pat Bogan. Neighbors for sixty years in midtown Memphis, Lillian and Dodee still can’t agree to keep weeds, flowers, children, or men in or out of their gardens.

"The Cucumber Bicycle Seat," by Ron Gephart. A private place in the attic above the garage has been a 94-year-old woman's place for her grief for over 50 years. Fiction. Read by the author.

"Perfectum," Surely one little piece of wallpaper can’t take very long to fix, can it?  An original essay by Dawn LaFon, on surviving and thriving while renovating an old house. Read by Dawn LaFon.

Holly Street: We create audio and video podcasts of new writing. Using live radio theatre techniques, we record the actors and the audience as our plays, short stories, essays, poems, or screenplays come to life in a variety of settings. Join us as we "test drive" a few new pieces.

View Event →
Jun
13
to Jun 16

Memphis Fringe Festival: Holly Street Live Thursday June 13 at 8:00 pm on the Main Stage

 
Upload_2019311200816_cropped.jpeg
 

The Memphis FRINGE Performance Festival is committed to involving performing artists of every level and discipline. 

Holly Street will have multiple performances throughout the festival.

See the link below for more details:

http://www.voicesofthesouth.org/performancedetails/86/FRINGE-FESTIVAL

View Event →
Jun
9
to Jun 12

Memphis Fringe Festival: Holly Street Live Sunday, June 9 at 7:30 pm on the Main Stage!

 
Upload_2019311200816_cropped.jpeg
 

The Memphis FRINGE Performance Festival is committed to involving performing artists of every level and discipline. 

Holly Street will have multiple performances throughout the festival.

"Planting Firewood," by Natalie Parker Lawrence performed by Dusty Walsh and Pat Bogan. Neighbors for sixty years in midtown Memphis, Lillian and Dodee still can’t agree to keep weeds, flowers, children, or men in or out of their gardens.

"The Cucumber Bicycle Seat," by Ron Gephart. A private place in the attic above the garage has been a 94-year-old woman's place for her grief for over 50 years. Fiction. Read by the author.

"Perfectum," Surely one little piece of wallpaper can’t take very long to fix, can it?  An original essay by Dawn LaFon, on surviving and thriving while renovating an old house. Read by Dawn LaFon.

Holly Street: We create audio and video podcasts of new writing. Using live radio theatre techniques, we record the actors and the audience as our plays, short stories, essays, poems, or screenplays come to life in a variety of settings. Join us as we "test drive" a few new pieces. Use the link below for more details and tickets:

http://www.voicesofthesouth.org/performancedetails/86/FRINGE-FESTIVAL

View Event →
May
19
4:00 PM16:00

Holly Street Sampler, Free!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/holly-street-sampler-tickets-61010244283

“Earlybirds," by Natalie Parker-Lawrence.

Can two people find their soul mate and fall in love at a yard sale in ten minutes? How much should we trust people we've just met? A short sexy comedy about what and who people can pick up if they bargain for it.

 "Cosmo Yarrow Blows His Brains Out," by Ron Gephart.

A 65-year old man remembers a day in 1965 when his grandmother asked him if he thought her neighbor went to hell for killing himself. A black comedy about unrequited senior romance and congenital dementia.

“Perfectum,” by Dawn LeFon.

Surely one little piece of wallpaper can’t take very long to fix, can it?  An original essay on surviving and thriving while renovating an old house.

“Planting Firewood,” by Natalie Parker-Lawrence

Neighbors for sixty years in midtown Memphis, Lillian and Dodee still can’t agree to keep weeds, flowers, children, or men in or out of their gardens.

View Event →