Mi Casa Es Su Teatro: Home is where the art is
Time again to get your theatre outside the theatre and inside someone's home, via FronteraFest's one-day, site-specific fiesta, Mi Casa Es Su Teatro
11:30am: "Flatline in Midair"
Shrewd Productions serves up breakfast while presenting a story of suspended hope by Monika Bustamante. Limited to 15 people. 1100 Angelina.
1pm: "Radio Ghosts: An Electro-Theatre Collaboration"
Playwright Greg Romero is the motivating spirit behind this work inspired by Electronic-Voice Phenomenon and combining live performance and recorded sound. 103 Laurel.
2pm: "The FANTASTIC, TAPtastic ART-ival"
Theatre Action Project presents the teens of Changing Lives Youth Theatre Company in performance, with activity booths for kids, sing-alongs, and more. ALLGO, 701 Tillery.
3:15pm: "Big Box God"
Loaded Gun Theory hosts a tour of Hyde Park United Methodist Church by consultants Cynthia and Richard, who have a plan to compete with the big-box churches. Written by Timothy Thomas. HPUMC, 4001 Speedway.
4pm: "Spurt: A Coming of Age Valentine"
St. Idiot Collective explores the awkward transition from childhood to adulthood through the hell that is puberty in this sketch-comedy show. Limited to 12 people. 1118 Gillespie.
5:30pm: Mi Casa Wrap Party!
Tickets: $3 per show. No reservations necessary. For maps to each location, visit www.hydeparktheatre.org. For more information, call 507-8870.