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Thanks for a wonderful 2023/24 season! Stay tuned for our 2024/25 season unveiling coming soon!

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Our 2024-25 Theatre Season

Southern Gothic Novel

August 9 • There are 5,218 people living in Aberdeen, Mississippi. This is the story of 17 of them. And the men that caused all of the trouble. This one man show by Frank Blocker won Best of Venue at Fringe Fort Myers in 2023. Half of all ticket sales will go towards AFTA’s Art is Essential campaign.

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Stabilized Not Controlled

August 30 • Frank Blocker brings his Fringe Fort Myers 2024 performance back to the Foulds Theatre for one night only. Evil landlord “Killer” Joe goes to war on the tenants of his 5-floor stabilized apartment building in Manhattan. Septuagenarian sex addict Lorna Breedlove, the “mother” of them all, guides her eccentric neighbors to keep up the good fight in this biting comedy that ran for two years at Manhattan’s Stage Left Studio. Half of all ticket sales will go directly to AFTA’s Art is Essential campaign.

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5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche Directed by Stephanie Davis

September 5-15 • Set in 1956, amid fears of Communist attack and homosexual subversion, the Susan B. Anthony Society for the Sisters of Gertrude Stein convenes for its annual Quiche Breakfast in a revamped meeting hall-bomb shelter. As Soviet bombs fall, the Sisters, facing years in the shelter, abandon social conventions and embrace their true lesbian identity.

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Clown Bar 2 by Adam Szymkowicz Directed by Bill Taylor

December 12-22 • Return to the scene of the crime for the highly-anticipated NYC premiere of CLOWN BAR 2, follow-up to the hit noir-thriller-comedy-NYT Critic's Pick by Adam Szymkowicz. There's been a murder at Clown Bar. Grab a drink and a seltzer-gun and follow two cops undercover to crack the case as you immerse yourself in the clown crime underworld.

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August Wilson's Jitney, Directed by Sonya McCarter

February 13-23 • Conversation sings and swings, bends and bounces and hits heaven smack in the clouds, in the glorious new production of August Wilson’s “Jitney”. Set in a gypsy cab station in Pittsburgh’s largely black Hill District, the site of most of Wilson’s plays. The drama is composed from the conversations of these workers and those who regularly drop by. It’s a symphony of gossip, bicker, complaint and reassurance that no one is dog-paddling out there alone.

Generously Sponsored by Noreen Raney

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The CHANGE Program

Our CHANGE Program engages aspiring minority actors in theatre education, provides performance opportunities and a platform to convene dialogue on social issues that challenge our community through creative expression.

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STAY TUNED FOR MORE DETAILS

Our 2025 Fringe Festival is committed to maintaining the long-standing Fringe traditions of being 100% uncensored, 100% unjuried, 100% inclusive, with 100% of ticket sales going directly to the artists ensuring Fringe Fort Myers presents 100% one-of-a-kind, must-see performances.

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COMING UPSEE ALL

Southern Gothic Novel

There are 5,218 people living in Aberdeen, Mississippi. This is the story of 17 of them. And the men that caused all of the trouble. This one man show by...

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Stabilized Not Controlled

Frank Blocker brings his Fringe Fort Myers 2024 performance back to the Foulds Theatre for one night only. Blocker took home his second Best of Venue (Of Broadway) for Fringe...

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5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche, Directed by Stephanie Davis

Performances September 5-7, 12-14 at 7:30 p.m. and September 15 at 2:00 p.m. In 1956, amid fears of Communist attack and homosexual subversion, the Susan B. Anthony Society for the...

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Clown Bar 2 by Adam Szymkowicz, Directed by Bill Taylor

Performances December 12-14, 19-21 at 7:30 p.m. and  December 22 at 2:00 p.m. A murder has once again rocked the Clown Bar, a notorious lair where underground clown crime dominates....

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Jitney by August Wilson, Directed by Sonya McCarter

Performances February 13-15, 20-22 at 7:30 p.m. & February 23 at 2:00 p.m. Regular taxi cabs will not travel to the Pittsburgh Hill District of the 1970s, and so the...

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