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    FeverFest 2010: Left Off Dreaming

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    August 11 - August 14, 2010


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    FeverFest 2010: Left Off Dreaming

    Five local companies and artists collaborate for FeverFest 2010: Left Off Dreaming. Their individual interpretations of this year’s theme bring humor, awe and reverie to The Factory Theatre stage. If you enjoy severed heads, imaginary women, and talking fetuses come join us for a festival new works that explore the role of dreams and delusions with this year’s theme of “Left off Dreaming” taken from Lewis...

    Five local companies and artists collaborate for FeverFest 2010: Left Off Dreaming. Their individual interpretations of this year’s theme bring humor, awe and reverie to The Factory Theatre stage. If you enjoy severed heads, imaginary women, and talking fetuses come join us for a festival new works that explore the role of dreams and delusions with this year’s theme of “Left off Dreaming” taken from Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking Glass. FEVERFEST 2010 LINE-UP Womb with a View, by Rich Orloff (Bad Habit Productions) - A young girl, minutes away from being born, has second thoughts about leaving the comfort of her current home. Your Dream of Me, by Kelly DuMar - A young aspiring actor describes the roles she's willing to play in other people's dreams. Heads or Tales? by Silvia Graziano (Fort Point Theatre Channel) - In a disturbing game of domestic bliss, we learn that people are not always what they seem to be Lucy Dreaming, by Stacey Lane (GAN-?-meed Theatre Project) - An insomniac tries to lull herself to sleep, while her subconscious desperately tries to stay awake to avoid the beasts waiting in her dreams. A Good Cup of Tea, by M. Lynda Robinson – The time when the belief in your infinite potential runs headlong into the limits of your finite life - and the reflections of that life become the life.


    The Factory Theatre

    791 Tremont St.
    Boston, MA

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    Admission Info:

    $15 general admission $5 minimum on Pay-What-You-Can Preview (8/11 only).


    General Day and Time Info:

    Wednesday through Satuday at 8 p.m. Saturday matinee at 4 p.m. Wednesday 8/11 is Pay-What-You-Can preview


    phone: 800-838-3006


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