The Grass Is Greenest at the Houston Astrodome
- High Park Productions
- Michael Ross Albert
“Astrodome is an example of Fringe at its best.” StageLight Magazine
“A cause for celebration... it crackles with smart storytelling.” Ron Cohen, NYTheatre.com
When a painter tears the artwork off the walls of a struggling independent gallery, the relationships between a group of emerging artists are also torn apart. In the chaotic aftermath that ensues, the underachieving artists grapple with their insecurities, infidelities, and their innate jealousy of one another.
After premiering to critical acclaim at the New York Fringe Festival, Dora Award nominated playwright Michael Ross Albert brings “The Grass Is Greenest at the Houston Astrodome” to the Toronto Fringe site-specific stage for its Canadian debut. Directed by Robert Motum, presented at The Freedom Factory, and featuring an exciting ensemble cast, “Astrodome” is a comedy about envy, art, the constant search for something better, and three square-feet of AstroTurf.
Freedom Factory Gallery22 Dovercourt Road
- Robert Motum
- Lauren MacKinlay
- Adrian Rebucas
Anne van Leeuwan
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Parental guidance advisedMature language