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Rogue Festival 2018

Rogue Teaser Show


FROM THE 2018 Articles,
andArts & Entertainment,
andTerrance V. Mc Arthur

by Terrance McArthur

It’s Rogue Time in Fresno! Go Rogue! See local performers! See acts from the far reaches of reality—and beyond!
The Rogue Festival is Fresno’s different kind of March Madness—ten locations, lots of shows, through March 10. You can see stand-up comedy, belly dancing, puppetry, magic (lots of magic, this year), plays, music, and things that defy description.


by Xan Scott

Xan Scott Productions merges two passions of hers, Actor Created Theatre and a Japanese martial arts type physical theatre training to create School of Fish.


by Nat Vickers

Why would anyone choose to ride their bicycle across a country – let alone, a country the size of Canada, the second-largest country by landmass in the world?


Rogue Festival Muse 2018

IN THE February 10 ISSUE

FROM THE 2018 Articles,
andArts & Entertainment,
andLorie Lewis Ham

by Lorie Lewis Ham

The Rogue Festival is quickly approaching and the first sign of its impending arrival is always the announcement of the Festival Muse. This year the muse was revealed on January 30 at Goldstein’s Mortuary and Delicatessen. The Muse for the 2018 Rogue Festival is “St. Fabel with Baby” by Fresno photographer Victor Trejo.


by Ron Jones

So, what does it take to write a comedy for the Rogue Festival? I thought it would be easy. After all, I watch Saturday Night Live and the nightly news. Well, now it’s 24-hour breaking news. Tweet! Ah, too easy! Then it hit me. The perfect subject for a Rogue comedy—me and my experience as a nude model. I mean at age seventy-seven it’s a little late for a career in nude modeling.


by Toni Weingarten

I never dreamed I’d work in show business. Growing up around Berkeley, that was the last thing on my radar. I thought I’d be a lawyer, like my father. But in college I took an art class to get my mind off logical things, and that lead to another and another, until I majored in art and dabbled in video as an art form. Being creative was far more enjoyable than doing research in the library!

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