Fifth Annual Maui Fringe Theater Festival Begins Friday, Jan. 23

January 14, 2015, 11:20 AM HST · Updated January 25, 12:20 PM
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Kate Robards, 2015 Fringe Festival. Courtesy photo.

Kate Robards, 2015 Fringe Festival. Courtesy photo.

By Maui Now Staff

The fifth annual “Maui Fringe Theater Festival 2015” will be held from Friday, Jan. 23 through Sunday, Jan. 25, at the Historic Īao Theater.

This year’s performing arts marathon opens with “Mandarin Orange,” starring writer-performer Kate Robards in this juicy journey from Orange, Texas, to Shanghai, China.

Early Music Maui presents “Vivaldi’s Virgins,” an original play with live music about Antonio Vivaldi.

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“Improvocation,” creates an original comedy performance incorporating audience suggestions.

Adaptations Dance Theater and Darshan Dance Project collaborate at this year’s Fringe, combining contemporary ballet and Odissi dance from India.

“Hard Travelin’ with Woody” by Randy Noojin, is a critically acclaimed one-man play about the iconic folk singer Woody Guthrie.

Fringe Festival 2015. Courtesy photo.

Fringe Festival 2015. Courtesy photo.

Closing the festival is Will Durst’s one-man show “Boomeraging: From LSD to OMG.”

“It’s what happens when acid flashbacks meet dementia,” said Durst.

For the complete Fringe performance schedule, visit mauionstage.com.

Tickets are $10 per show (plus applicable fees); $35 multi-show opening night passes are available by phone only while supplies last.

To purchase tickets for any Īao Theater event call 242-6969 or order online at mauionstage.com.

Fringe Festival 2015

Fringe Festival 2015

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