Fringe Theater Announces 2014/15 Season!

Welcome to Fringe Theater of Key West. We go where the play takes us and "immerse" each show in a suitable venue.

Alice’s Parlor

by Alice Gerstenberg
Fringe Theater presents Fringe Benefits 2014: Alice's Parlor. Four Short Plays of Alice Gerstenberg. Introductory scenes by Monnie King and Toby Armour.
Directed by Toby Armour, Judy Hadley, Karen Leonard, and Tammy Shanley
“Parlor” plays of the 1920’s. Each tells a funny and charming tale of human foibles – jealousy, gossip, false pride, regret –each makes a delightful statement about the human condition.
Where: St Paul’s Church, Historic Rectory “Parlor,” 401 Duval Street
When: December 4 - 7, 2014 at 8pm

The Price

by Arthur Miller
Directed by Murphy Davis

Estranged brothers. Old scores. An ancient furniture appraiser. A look at family relationships, the price of furniture and the price of one's decisions. 
“…An American masterpiece…”

Where:  Mel Fisher Maritime Museum (The Garret), 200 Greene Street
When:  Dec 26 - 28, 2014 and  Jan 2 - 4, Jan 8 - 11, 2015 at 8pm

Private Lives

by Noel Coward
Directed by Peter King

What happens when a divorced couple – each on a honeymoon with a new spouse –find themselves in adjacent suites and realize they still have feelings for each other?
"One of the funniest comedies of the 20th century!" 
- the New York Times
Where:  The Eaton Street Theater (Formerly Club Chameleon), 310 Eaton Street
When:  Feb 20 - 22, 25, 26; March 5 - 8, 2015 at 8pm

Orson’s Shadow

by Austin Pendleton
Directed by Dennis Zacek

A delightful fact-based backstage comedy about the thin skins and rampaging egos when Lawrence Olivier and Kenneth Tynan court Orson Welles to direct at the National Theater in London.
“Effervescent…insightful examination of celebrity as unforgettable as the stars themselves.”
Where:  The Studios of Key West,
 533 Eaton Street (at Simonton)
When:  March 12 - 14, 19 - 21, 26 - 28, 2015 at 8pm


by Monnie King and
Gayla Morgan
Directed by Rebecca Tomlinson
Music Director Gayla Morgan

The SMASH HIT returns for the third year! The musical recounts the battle between the Feds and the Conchs over a roadblock that threatened Key West’s tourist business.
“A must see… a hilarious history…”  - CS Gilbert
Where:  The San Carlos Institute,
516 Duval Street
April 23 - 26, 2015 at 8pm