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Tisch Mills Fringe Festival – Six One Acts

May 3 @ 6:30 pm
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One event on May 3, 2024 at 6:30 pm

One event on April 27, 2024 at 4:30 pm

One event on May 4, 2024 at 4:30 pm

One event on April 28, 2024 at 2:00 pm

One event on May 5, 2024 at 2:00 pm

A non-juried one act festival. Producers submit an application to participate and six producers are drawn by random drawing. One hour slots (10 minute setup, 40 minute performance, 10 minute strike).
Chicken Salad
​Produced by Heather Love; Written by Paul Donnelly
Chicken Salad depicts a difficult confrontation between a woman and her mother following the woman’s husband’s funeral. People grieve in different ways. The bonds that exists in families is more fragile than people think, possibly because the deep bonds between family makes them assume that other family members think the same way they do. At the same time, when a wound is incurred, it goes a lot deeper. And it makes forgiveness a lot harder in this one act drama for two women.
Glass Gizmos
Produced and written by Beck Menk
Glass Gizmos is a new work about Wes Gizmo, founder of “The Wes Gizmo
Company”, an influential animation studio, and the legacy he leaves behind. In 1955, Wes
makes moves to create new films, enlarge his company and even open a theme park. His work
is derailed, however, when in our time the COO of The Wes Gizmo company tries to alter his
public image, causing material changes for him in his own time.
Glacier Bay 
Produced by Claran LaViolette. Written by Frederick Stroppel
At a family affair, Connie has to contend with her husband Artie’s advancing senility. Her struggle to keep a tight hold on his wandering mind is comically exasperating, but in a sudden revelation she discovers that their life paths are more similar than she suspected.…
I Say, Madame!
Produced and written by Gavin Annette
A mysterious illness threatens not only the potential courtship of two young Victorian aristocrats, but also the very essence of British propriety.
Swan Song
Written and Performed by Erin LaFond
A woman, weighed down by grief, attempts to find the perfect farewell in words and song. Using text from actual published suicide notes and woven together with music from popular culture, discretion is advised for audience members affected by addiction, loss, and matters involving suicide.
Yeah, Art Figures
Produced and written by Kim Ruyle
​Frank, a math teacher distraught over the ignorance of his students, encounters and unloads on Joni, a substitute teacher, in the teachers’ lounge.  In conversation with Joni and other teachers, Frank discovers that his ignorance, in some ways, surpasses that of his students.

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May 3
6:30 pm
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the Forst Inn
E2910 County Road BB
Tisch Mills, WI United States
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