Fringe Goes Long at PianoFight

Wednesday, December 9, 2015, 8:00 pm
This staged reading of student Amanda Chardonnay's Forever Chasing Smart centers on a private viewing of women and their particular struggles with intelligence. A group of girlfriends work out what it means to be a smart woman, how to manage a relationship and when you've become too smart. The "girls" discuss, argue, and wonder over pizza in coffee shops and a a smorgasbord of a wedding as they find themselves forever chasing smart. Directed by Terry Boero. Free.
PianoFight, 144 Taylor Street (at Eddy Street), San Francisco
School of Theatre and Dance
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Fringe Goes Long features staged readings of full-length plays in progress, penned by students in the Creative Writing graduate playwriting program and performed and presented by the School of Theatre and Dance. Throughout its existence, the Fringe has been an opportunity for the diverse and multicultural voices of students. It has produced many plays by Asian American, Latino, African American, gay and lesbian writers, delving deeply and entertainingly into the many aspects of culture represented in the School of Theatre and Dance and Creative Writing Department. Fringe has produced work by nationally and regionally prominent playwrights, including Marcus Gardley, Peter Nachtrieb, Claire Rice, Christopher Chen and Evelyn Pine.

Faculty adviser

Roy Conboy

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