A young editor and her client have found themselves stranded on a desert island... about a mile away from their resort. A peek at relationships and the line between coworker and friend.
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Seat Reservations and Show Tickets
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|08/03||8:30 PM||Minnsky Theatre||$3.00||
|08/05||5:30 PM||Minnsky Theatre||$3.00||
|08/06||10:00 PM||Minnsky Theatre||$3.00||
|08/09||7:00 PM||Minnsky Theatre||$3.00||
|08/11||2:30 PM||Minnsky Theatre||$3.00||
Reviews for: Writing Wrongs in a Sandcastle
Cast and Crew
Madde GibbaFrieda Stavropoulos
Madde Gibba is a native Minnesotan who has been fluttering around the world making people laugh and cringe over the past 6 years. From slinging funny haha's on the high seas with Chicago's historic Second City Theatricals Touring Company to producing her own one-woman musical comedy shows in New York's Duplex Cabaret and The PIT, as well as in Los Angeles at the Upright Citizens Brigade, Hollywood Improv Lab, and Comedy Central Stages. Madde is happily planted back in the Twin Cities...for now. Originally from Minnesota, she has performed with Tony Award-winning companies such as The Guthrie and Children's Theater Company, produced new work for Illusion Theater, and is an alumni of the Brave New Workshop. In addition to the stage, Madde was featured in the critically-acclaimed indie film Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter (appearing at SxSW and Sundance Film Festivals in 2015) and produced a comedy game show web series with Andrew Zimmern.
Anders NerheimAlexander Williams
Proudly from the mythical fantasy state known as "The Bold North", "Isn't That Like Canada?", or to some "Minnesota." In 2011 Anders left the haven of the the north to attend the acclaimed theatre program at the University of Evansville in Evansville, IN. After graduating with a B.F.A. in Performance and an Associated Study in Creative Writing, Anders has found himself all over the states writing scripts and music, acting, directing, and even making puppets. This is his third show with the Minnesota Fringe, and he is more than pleased to be back for the first time since 2009. He has written for and performed at Manhattan Repertory Theatre (NYC), Street Corner Arts (Austin, TX), Frontera Festival (Austin, TX), Indianapolis Fringe, Ballard Institute of Puppetry (Storrs, CT), Asheville Fringe Festival (Asheville, NC) to name a few. In 2016 he had the pleasure to study puppetry in the Czech Republic, and is currently working on writing and producing a second full length album.