A close-knit group of friends disbands after a disastrous reunion episode of their reality show. Five years later, their apartment building and favorite bar will be destroyed unless they can reunite to save it.
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Cast and Crew
Zidane LockhartJared Jordan
Zidane Lockhart is extremely proud to make his return to the stage at the 2018 Minnesota Fringe Festival. His friends encouraged him to pursue acting on a dare and as such he ventured into the world of theater and hasn’t looked back. His return to comedic acting is full circle, as he made his debut at MN Fringe back in 2008 with Top Hat Productions' rendition of “Alex in Wonderland”.
Emma DalenMolly Jo Bond
Emma is a senior Theatre Performance Creation major at the University of Minnesota. She works as an actor both on stage and in film around the Twin Cities. Emma is a five times produced playwright, and has also directed and produced one of her own shows in the MN Fringe Festival when she was a sophomore in high school. This is her fifth time performing in the MN Fringe Festival. If you'd like to follow what she's up to, her Instagram is @thread_and_grain
Sam MichaelJayden Greene, NBC News
Jakey EmmertDirector/Writer/Devin Gregory
Jakey Emmert was named Funniest Person in the Twin Cities at ACME Comedy Club in 2012. In 2013, he made his Fringe Festival debut as a writer, director, and actor with "They Shoot 25-Year-Old Gay Men, Don't They?" He continued forays into theater with "Hard Wired" at Bryant Lake Bowl by Fearless Comedy Productions and in television by twice co-hosting "On The Fly" on WFTC-TV, where his mother was much more impressed that Jason Matheson said hello to him during the commercial break. He continues to perform stand-up all over the Twin Cities and wrote over 80 episodes of "Loring Park", a whimsical take on his personal life, at jakeyon.blogspot.com.
Zach ChristensenCorey Cooper #popular
Zach Christensen is an actor from Minneapolis pursuing a BFA in Theatre Performance at North Dakota State University. He is incredibly excited to be a part of this cast and helping put local work up at the Minnesota Fringe Festival
Michael SalazarSign Boy/Aiden/Fan/Developer
Michael is excited to be preforming with such an amazing, fun and sassy cast! This is his third year participating and surviving the Minnesota Fringe Festival. You may have seen him as Reporter #2 in the University of Wisconsin-River Falls’ production of "Chicago" or as a cactus in "Mr. Marmalade". He is a self-proclaimed Carrie Bradshaw, with just a touch of Miranda (sometimes Samantha after a few vodka tonics).
Mitchell MartinSign Boy/Caden/Cameraman/Technician/Developer
Mitchell is making his acting debut here at Fringe this year. He’s very excited to be in this production as he was present for Jakey’s first show in fringe in 2013. When he’s not working, he’s designing games, playing soccer, and exploring Minneapolis.
Colin ReidDanny Cohen
Jacob RandallAssistant Director/Stage Manager
Jacob studied Media Communications and Theater at the University of Wisconsin. Since moving to Minneapolis he has studied improv comedy from the Brave New Workshop and performed shows at HUGE Improv Theater, with the Smartmouth Comedy Co. as well as various acting credits on ABC television and movies. With the help of his mentor Sarah McPeck he has been performing stand up comedy for 1 year in Minneapolis and this is his first foray into the MN Fringe Festival.