Wed, Oct 04|
THEATER: Arson 101
CHARM CITY FRINGE FEST: The Baltimore theater festival continues into week two with Arson 101, an award-winning choose-your-own-adventure about the story of one relationship beginning when the soon-to-be-lovers meet, and ending...?
Time & Location
Oct 04, 7:00 PM – Oct 08, 3:15 PM
Le Mondo, 406 N Howard St, Baltimore, MD 21201, USA
About The Event
Arson 101, A Choose Your Own Adventure is the story of one relationship told collaboratively between the audience and the actors. (Creating over 1008 possible show combinations!) This award-winning show (2023 “Artists Pick” and “Spirit of the Fringe” awards, San Diego International Fringe Festival) begins when the soon-to-be-lovers meet, and ends... who knows where?!
Based on dating advice received from audience volunteers, Kaylin and Levani use 30+ variety acts created from the vast “special skills” section of their resumes (including but not limited to dance, music, acrobatics, drag, and clowning) to create the final show for you. No matter the ending, Arson 101 is a humorous and heartfelt tale about relationships, communication, and the stories we tell ourselves about love.
Wednesday, October 4, 7PM
Thursday, October 5, 8:45PM
Friday, October 6, 6PM
Saturday, October 7, 3:15PM
Sunday, October 8, 3:15PM
This show is part of Charm City Fringe Festival - click here to purchase tickets and festival passes!
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Voted “Best Eclectic Festival” by Baltimore Magazine in 2018, the annual Charm City Fringe Festival showcases performances of the most original, cutting-edge theatre and performing arts across venues in the Bromo Arts & Entertainment District. The annual Charm City Fringe Festival is put on by Charm City Fringe (CCF), a nonprofit that supports Baltimore’s ever-growing fringe theatre community. Through the festival and other semi-regular productions and workshops, this organization provides a platform for artists to showcase their work and reach new audiences while offering creative learning opportunities for young people to get interested and involved in the performing arts.