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Omar Khayyam Club

By Thee & Me Productions

Created by August Berkshire

What do a 12th century Persian poet, a bargain bin, a 1900's gentleman's club, the Titanic, the Kentucky Derby, the Grateful Dead, Peanuts, Rocky & Bullwinkle, and a loaf of bread have in common? Come find out!
The creators say this show is appropriate for ages 12-15 and up
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Sun 08/06 7:00 PM

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Mon 08/07 5:30 PM

Pre-sale closed Online sales end at 11:59pm the day before the show, or when 70% of the house is sold.

Tue 08/08 8:30 PM

Pre-sale closed Online sales end at 11:59pm the day before the show, or when 70% of the house is sold.

Fri 08/11 10:00 PM

Pre-sale closed Online sales end at 11:59pm the day before the show, or when 70% of the house is sold.

Sat 08/12 4:00 PM

Pre-sale closed Online sales end at 11:59pm the day before the show, or when 70% of the house is sold.

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Cast and Crew
Jack Neveaux
Eben Francis Thompson
Jack was on stage in last Summer’s Fringe production of My Lovely, Lovely, Lovely, Lovely, Lovely Family, and before that as Otto Frank in SOAR Arts production of Diary of Frank in 2021. In the interim, he has directed and designed shows with several other local theatres in the Metro area, and been proudly involved with the Delano HS and Mound-Westonka HS Drama programs, recently directing the Delano production of Noises Off; and this summer co-directed the Delano Dramatic Company musical, School of Rock. Jack also does some local film acting, appearing in two of this year’s Z-fest shows. He has served on the boards of Skylark Opera Company, Delano Dramatic Company, Chain Reaction Theatre, and 4 Community Theatre, and is a member of the Delano Area Council for Arts and Culture. In his day job, Jack is an attorney in Wayzata. Glad to be back in the Fringe! Bringing live theatre to the community is always a special pleasure – working with a talented group of artists, onstage and backstage, and sharing that work with our audiences.
Vickijoan Keck
Vickijoan Keck is a storyteller, actress, poet and Copy Lady who especially enjoys telling folktales and whimsical rhymes by the likes of Edward Lear, A.A. Milne and Ogden Nash. She is thrilled to be working with this fantastic group of actors on this show. She is the former co-owner of Ivy Arts Copy & Print in Minneapolis and now does design work and performing via her small business VJK Creative. During the Fringe, look for her also in Starved, playing at the Augsburg main stage.
Joseph Homrich
Edward FitzGerald
Joseph Homrich has been performing in community theater since 2015. He appeared as the King in Eden Prairie Players musical Cinderella and Dr. Emmett in the comedy The Curious Savage. He played a knight in the Prior Lake Players production Spamalot and a villain in Theatre in the Round’s production of The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. He played Mr. Brownlow in Lake Harriet United Methodist Churches Oliver, sang bass in the barbershop quartet of The Music Man and sang narration for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Off stage, Joseph works as an engineer and software developer, does ballroom dancing, runs marathons, and is an avid lover of all things theater.
Ann Daly
Dorothy Hughes
Ann is happy to be making her Fringe Festival debut! She has acted with a number of area theatre companies, including Park Square, Theatre in the Round, St. Croix Valley Summer Theatre and Gilbert and Sullivan Very Light Opera Co. Favorite roles include Sonya in Uncle Vanya and Alma in Summer and Smoke. Ann holds a BFA in Theatre Arts from Drake University and an MA in English as a Second Language from Hamline University.
Emmet Johnson
[surprise character!]
I have a YouTube show called "Chef Emmet's Cooking for the Soul from the Soul". You can watch an episode here: .
August Berkshire
slide projections
I have attended the Minnesota Fringe Festival from the beginning, often seeing a play in nearly all possible time slots. This is my first script and show production. I am grateful to the actors in the show and to Craig Johnson, who have used their expertise to give me good advice. I hope you like it!
More Information

"The Omar Khayyam Club" will highlight the history, influence, and surprising legacy of the poem known as "The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam" as interpreted by Edward FitzGerald, through the vehicle of the Omar Khayyam Club of America in Boston in 1921. However, events in the show will not be limited to that place or time. You can contact us at: .


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