These are the shows I’m most directly involved with at Rogue Festival this year. They all have multiple performances on Saturday, the final day of the Festival!
Three musicians and a writer get together to create a show about everyday rituals and share their creative process with each other. The result: a combination of original music, stories, and personal insights intended spark creativity and inspiration in the audience. We put the TEA in CreativiTEA! Heather Parish, Victor DesRoches, Charis Calvert, and Rachel Witort perform. 45 min.
FRI MAR 8 8:30 PM *
SAT MAR 9 AT 4:15 PM (added show, not listed in program) *
SAT MAR 9 AT 6:45 PM
$7 Advance Tickets Available online or at the door 30 minutes before the show.
Fulton Street Art, 1119 N Fulton Street next to Veni Vidi Vici.
This sophomore version of “S’Will” is an abridged and humorous take on “Romeo and Juliet”, one of the Bard’s most well-known tragedies. $1 of each ticket will be donated to Fresno Survivors of Suicide Loss, a program of Hinds Hospice that provides emotional support to suicide loss survivors and education to our community about issues related to suicide. 1 hour.
Tickets: $10 – available at the door (cash or card) 30 minutes prior to curtain
Location: The Tower Lounge, located within the Tower Theatre building, entrance on Olive Ave.
Fresno Theater’s Favorite Villain is at it again: American democracy is broken, and only one man can fix it … Jaguar Bennett. He’s loud. He’s obnoxious. He’s a white man who wears a suit. Of course he’s qualified. Jaguar Saves America is a delirious journey through the belly of American politics that slaughters sacred cows and grinds their holy flesh into tasty burgers with all the fixins. Jaguar can heal our wounded nation, bridge our partisan divide, and make America functional again. Why not let Jaguar run your life? 45 min.
* Saturday, March 9, 3: 00 PM at Fulton Street Art * Saturday, March 9, 6:45 PM at Veni Vidi Vici Patio
$7 • Available online or 30 minutes prior to showtime at the door.