FronteraFest Long Fringe / Bring Your Own Venue

Fresh reviews of several shows in this year's Bring Your Own Venue and Long Fringe categories

FronteraFest 2014 continues at full blast this week, with the third week of Short Fringe performances continuing through Saturday at Hyde Park Theatre, 511 W. 43rd; the second and final week of Long Fringe performances through Sunday at Salvage Vanguard Theater, 2803 Manor Rd.; plus the Bring Your Own Venue performances winding up at various locations, as well. Here are reviews of five of those shows you can still catch. For additional reviews, see austinchronicle.com. For more information about FronteraFest, visit www.hydeparktheatre.org.

  • Bodies in (Public) Space

    This dance work morphs, mixes, and disorients constructs of what's typical and atypical in movement

    The Island of Dr. Moreau: A Fever Dream Steeped in Blood

    H.G. Wells' novel of animal nature perverted, brought vividly and powerfully to life by Charles Stites
  • Gidion's Knot

    Top-notch acting powers this claustrophobic confrontation between a dead boy's grieving mother and his teacher

    Inappropriate Touching

    There's plenty to find amusing in this unapologetically confessional show by Rebecca Beegle
  • Hazards

    A catalog of terrors quotidian and cataclysmic, interspersed with odd dances and the odd comic twitch

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