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By Alex Church

Written by Alex Church

Members of a powerful Democratic family are forced to confront exactly how far they'll go to win after their matriarch loses her primary to a progressive challenger. 15% of sales donated to Women Winning
Adult language,Crude Humor,Flashing lights,Loud noises,Other divisive content
The creators say this show is appropriate for ages 16 and up
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Cast and Crew
Alex Church
Playwright, Producer, Co-Director, Congresswoman Elizabeth Young
Alex Church (He/Him) is a local educator, director, dramaturg, producer, performer, and playwright currently working as the Theater and Performing Arts Coordinator for the city of Eden Prairie. A graduate of UMN Twin Cities, he's worked with the Guthrie, Full Circle Theater, an Alleged Theater Company, Hypnic Jerk Theater, Lakeshore Players, JackDonkey Productions, and Minneapolis Musical Theater, among others. He was a founding member of the innovative sketch comedy group Fool's Errand and produced and performed in the cabaret series Life Support at Bryant Lake Bowl. His original musical about addiction, Relapse, will be presented as a staged reading this fall thanks to a grant from MRAC. Follow him on Instagram @Alex-And-Or-Church for further performing arts antics, escapades, and general tomofoolery!
Emma Y. Lai
Emma Y. Lai (she/her) is a Minneapolis based new works director. She has worked with organizations such as the Guthrie, Lincoln Center Theatre (Off-Broadway), Alley Theatre (TX), Two River Theater (NJ), and Playwrights’ Center (MN). Upcoming projects include Murdered to Death (Phipps Center) and Assistant Directing A Christmas Carol (Guthrie).
Erin Sondrol
Stage Manager
Erin Sondrol (they/them) studied theatre at the University of Northwestern - St. Paul and has worked in the Twin Cities theatre community for the past eight years as a freelance stage manager. In addition to stage management, Erin has professional experience as a teaching artist, props designer, lighting technician, box office associate, and front of house manager. Previous highlights include Children’s Theatre, Stages Theatre, Hypnic Jerk, Theatre in the Round Players, MCTC, Twin Cities Horror Festival, and Six Points Theatre.
Brettina Davis
Anna Young
Brettina Davis is an actor, storyteller, and mental health advocate born and raised in Minneapolis, MN. She's been in the acting and modeling world for over 15 years and serves as a member of the Minnesota Women in Film and TV board. Her passion involves bringing stories to life that speak to the human experience and highlight mental health, justice, and identity especially in the black community.
Mark Groberski
Frank Young
Mark is happy to return to the Fringe in this production! He was most recently seen in 42nd Street at Hale Centre Theatre (Arizona). Shows in Minneapolis have included The Cripple of Inishmaan (Nimbus), Footloose and Cabaret (Lyric Arts), The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (Theater in the Round), Gigi (Only a Dim Image), and Bent (Actors Theater of Minnesota/Candid Theater). Training has included classes with Candace Barrett-Birk (Guthrie) and Rachel Grimes (Arizona Actors Academy), and vocal training with Justin Spenner. Many thanks for the support and encouragement of family, teachers, and friends!
Clara Marsh
Clara is a Minneapolis based theatre maker who proudly hails from Houston, Texas. She is delighted to be doing her first fringe show with an awesome group of creatives. Her other credits include- Wayward Theatre: Christmas Carol, A Ghost Story; Rec Room: Woyzeck, My So Called Mondays; Main Street Theater: The Last Wife, Wolf Hall, The Coast of Utopia: Salvage; Globe Education: Julius Caesar; UMN/Guthrie: The Oresteia, Circle Mirror Transformation, Love’s Labour’s Lost. She graduated from The University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater BFA Actor Training Program, and attended the HSPVA.
Gabriel Moreno
Poster and Costume Designer
Gabriel Moreno (He/Him) is an educator and digital artist based in Minneapolis and originally from south Texas. He works primarily on portraits exploring the beauty of the human form with a penchant for innovative lighting and stunning visuals. He's also a gemini who likes pigs. To see more of his work, follow him on instagram @etherealsadness
Rachel Brees
Sound Designer
Rachel Brees (she/her) is a Twin Cities-based sound designer and audio engineer. Her recent credits include Minnesota Opera, The Playwrights' Center, Pillsbury House and Theatre, Ten Thousand Things, Wonderlust Productions, Open Eye Theatre, and Minnesota Public Radio. She also is a Post Production Associate Producer for Brains On! She holds a B.A. in Theatre Arts and Music from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
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