2006 FronteraFest BYOV

Times, locations, and ticket prices vary; see information below.

For reservations (highly recommended), call 479-PLAY.


by Sarah Myers
Directed by Jaclyn Pryor

Written and performed by Sarah Myers and directed by Jaclyn Pryor, [assimulation] is a solo piece that explores the intersections of ethnic and sexual trauma through fragmented narrative, iconic image, movement, gesture, and sound. It is a journey through the landscape of memory and sensation--one granddaughter's navigation of her paradoxical inheritance.

The Off Center
2211-A Hidalgo Street

Thursday, January 26, 11:00pm
Sunday, January 29, 2:00pm and 8:00pm


In the comic monologue Habitually Me, 49-year old writer/performer Ben Prager is in his mid-life crisis. The clock is ticking, the sun is setting and Mr. Prager worries that he has spent a lifetime of improperly flossing his teeth. In Ben Prager's world the cup is neither half empty nor half full but merely a potential breeding ground for water borne illness.

Mr. Prager attempts to summon the energy to present a show about his lackluster life since taking an actual stab at life would be way too exhausting. Habitually Me invites the audience into a comic look at a life of mediocre accomplishments and paralyzing indecision.

Writer/Performer Ben Prager has written five one-man shows of character monologues. Most recently his show "Ben Prager" was performed at the FronteraFest 2004 and was selected "Best of the Fest." Previously Ben's one-man shows have been performed in the Seattle area at the Empty Space Theater, New City Theater, Tacoma Actors Guild, On the Boards, Bumbershoot Arts Festival and at EXPO '86 in Vancouver, B.C. Ben's monologue STRAT was aired on PBS's Spotlight Series for the Arts.

The Off Center
2211-A Hidalgo Street

Tuesday, January 24 8:00 pm
Wednesday, January 25 8:00 pm
Friday, January 27 10:00 pm
Saturday, January 28 10:00 pm


by Christopher Marlowe
Adapted and Directed By Tal Lostracco
presented by capital T theatre company

Love of the flesh contends with love of country in this modern reworking of Marlowe's tragic tale of the openly gay king. Consumed by an obsessive love affair with another man, Edward foresakes his royal duties, risking both his throne and his life.

Preas Theatre
1715 W Cesar Chavez
(Located on the Campus of Austin High School)

TICKETS: $5 at the door

Thursday, January 19 8pm
Friday, January 20 8pm
Saturday, January 21 3pm & 8pm