Announcing the 2016 Public Market Pick of the Fringe

September 21-25, 2016 
$25 in advance or at the door 
At Performance Works, 1218 Cartwright Street on Granville Island 
Tickets and Info: vancouverfringe.com

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The After After Party 
Jules and Fiona make their own party. That’s because they’re never invited to the real party. The After After Partyexplores the ruthlessness of high school politics, the all-consuming need to be liked, the omnipresent (whatever that is), and above all, friendship.

“I called Hoffman and Mabberley comedy goddesses back in 2014. I am even more in awe of their skills in this new iteration. The best of the fest.” —Mark Robins, Vancouver Presents

Thursday, September 22 at 8:45pm

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Curious Contagious 
A surreal quest into the microscopic innards of a mythical beast. Funny, beautiful, and strange with handmade layered projections and an original musical soundtrack.

“A trippy experience that’s full of witty flourishes ... there’s no denying the skill at work in this epic, microscopic adventure.” —Kathleen Oliver, the Georgia Straight

Friday, September 23 at 5:00pm

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Sink or Swim 
Brimming with songs and stories that vividly reveal all the fears and foibles of five-year-old “Smelly Elliott” a.k.a. Beverley Elliott, known by her fans around the world for her recurring role as “Granny” on ABC’s hit series, Once Upon a Time.

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