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Saturday, June 1, 6-8 p.m.…
Opening Reception FREE
            Entertainment:
            • Proud Mary Theatre Company Perfromance
            • Musician Mike “Firebox” Johnson


Saturday, June 1, 6-8 p.m.…
            • 8 p.m. House Of Mann Fashion Show: New collection by Carolina-based artist Brandon Hilton and his partner. House of Mann has quickly gained notoriety after features in Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Paper Magazine, CNN and by dressing some of Pop Culture’s biggest names including Alyssa Edwards, Kim Petras, Laith Ashley, Allie X, and Desmond Is Amazing.

Friday, June 7, @8 p.m
“Fun Home” with live orchestra Winner of Best Musical, Best Book and Best Score, “Fun Home” by Lisa Kron and Jeanine Tesori is based on the best-selling graphic novel by Alison Bechdel, “Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic” and set in the Bechdel family FUNeral home. Three actors portray Alison at different ages as she recounts her childhood in the family business, her first year at college, and her attempts to unlock the mysteries surrounding her father’s life.

Saturday, June 8 @ 8 p.m.…
            Fun Home

Sunday, June 9 @ 3 p.m.…
            Fun Home

Tuesday, June 11…
            7 p.m. & 9 p.m.  Jim Dant’s Stories I Can’t Tell in Church. After capacity crowds in San Francisco, Atlanta, Greenville and Columbia, Jim Dant is bringing this comedy hit to Spartanburg. As pastor of Greenville’s 100% inclusive First Baptist Church, Jim has been complimented, cursed, blessed, blessed out, near deified and damned for being an LGBTQ ally. It all makes for a lot of laughs and a lot of tears in this unique comedy.

Wednesday, June 12…
            • 7 p.m. Scrappy Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing
           
• 9 p.m. Lauren French’s Intimate Dinner or Tap Water Is Fine. A solo show written and performed by Lauren French and directed by Prentiss Standridge invites the audience to a food and wine festival event hosted at an upscale, exclusive, and fictional fine dining eatery in downtown Spartanburg. The audience follows a server named Lauren — as 18 characters — as she waits on various customers and navigates surprise guest appearances by celebrity chefs. This is a comedic and loving look at our absurd relationships with food and fine dining.

Thursday, June 13 @ 8 p.m.…
            Fun Home

Friday, June 14 @ 8 p.m.…
            Fun Home

Saturday, June 15 @ 8 p.m.…
            Fun Home

Sunday, June 16 @ 3 p.m.…
            Fun Home

Sunday, June 16 @ 7 p.m.…
Theatre Intimacy Workshop by Laura Rikard

Monday, June 17…
            • 7 p.m. Sparkle City Improv
            • 8 p.m. Alchemy Comedy Theater

Wednesday, June 19…
            7 p.m.  The Riedys: Broadway Genderbent A unique twist on Broadway show tunes with Kate and James Riedy. The siblings will perform classic songs typically sung by the opposite gender from blockbusters such as Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera, Dear Evan Hansen, Shrek, and more!

Thursday, June 20…
            5-9 p.m.  ArtWalk
            • Lady Pluuto Live Demonstrations
            • Entertainment by Proud Mary
            • Music by Sydney McMath & Mike “Firebox Johnson

Friday, June 21
            • 7:30 p.m.  USC Upstate’s Shoestring Players present Keep This for Your Records, a new play by Anna Elliott

Saturday, June 22…
     
• 8 p.m. Erika Phoenix’s Fragments, a solo show and a fusion of autobiographical writing, fantasy, dreams, and nightmares that push the boundaries of the perception of mental health with regards to gun violence. Somewhere between chaos and humanity lies the protagonist’s quickly deteriorating reality. Fragments is a story of dissociation and trying to make sense of nonsense. Relying on the sounds of words rather than only meaning, this performance is experiential rather than story-driven.

Sunday, June 23…
            • 3 p.m. Play Reading of All That Shines is Not Silver, an original comedy-drama by Zachary Urban. On a stormy winter’s night, the deranged Sir Langley and his motley four minions stage an elaborate scheme to overthrow and take over the Royal Castle. This farcical comedy-drama entails a missing leg, mischief, ghosts, and graceless fights.

• 7 p.m. The S– Stirrer, acomedy show by Sordid Lives creator Del Shores
            • 8:30 p.m. A Sordid Evening with Del Shores, on-stage interview, retrospective & Q&A

Monday, June 24…
            • 7 p.m. New play reading by Robert Fuson Barbie Liberation Organization

Tuesday, June 25…
            • 7 p.m. Film screening by Steven Adam Renkovish of Fugue, followed by a Q&A with the writer/director and actress Brittany Renee Smith. Bonus: A sneak peek of the upcoming feature film The Awakening Of Lilith.

Wednesday, June 26…
            • 7 p.m. Intimate Dinner or Tap Water Is Fine, a solo show written and performed by Lauren French and directed by Prentiss Standridge. It invites the audience to a food and wine festival event hosted at an upscale, exclusive, and fictional fine dining eatery in downtown Spartanburg. The audience follows a server named Lauren — as 18 characters — as she waits on various customers and navigates surprise guest appearances by celebrity chefs. It is a comedic and loving look at our absurd relationships with food and fine dining.

Thursday, June 27…
            • 7 p.m. Fragments by Erika Phoenix is a solo show and a fusion of autobiographical writing, fantasy, dreams, and nightmares that push the boundaries of the perception of mental health with regards to gun violence. Somewhere between chaos and humanity lies the protagonist’s quickly deteriorating reality. Fragments is a story of dissociation and trying to make sense of nonsense. Relying on the sounds of words rather than only meaning, this performance is experiential rather than story-driven.

Friday, June 28…
           • 7 p.m. Play Reading by Brook Nelson: White Picket Wives
               by D. Zelda Stron
            • 8 p.m. Stonewall 50th Anniversary w/ Patti O’Furniture as Emcee
            • Encore presentation of Movement by Proud Mary Theatre    
              Company
            • Gay History Trivia Contest, Bedtime Story Reading and more!
• Betty Pearl & Friends
            • Gay History Trivia Contest, Bedtime Story Reading and more!

Saturday, June 29…
            2-11 p.m. Fringe Rockin’ Finale
            •
2 p.m., Brandy Lindsey and the Punch
            • 3:15 p.m. Satori Tree
            • 4:30 p.m. DysFUNKshun
            • 5:45 p.m. Wounded Hollow
            • 7 p.m. Josh Tennant & Friends
            • 8:15 p.m. Irises
• 9:30 p.m. Volicle (A. Duncan)