The Flip Side: An Evening of Ten-Minute Tales

May 30, 2015 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Ground Floor Theater
979 Springdale Road
Austin, TX 78702
$15 General Admission/$10 Students
Ground Floor Theatre
(512) 926-2203
The Flip Side: An Evening of Ten-Minute Tales @ Ground Floor Theater | Austin | Texas | United States


WHO:              TILT Performance Group and Ground Floor Theatre

WHAT:            The Flip Side: An Evening of Ten-Minute Tales

WHEN:            May 28 – 30, June 4- 5 at 7 p.m.

WHERE:         Ground Floor Theatre / 979 Springdale Road / Austin, TX

TICKETS:      $15 General Admission/$10 Students. Tickets are available at, the Ground Floor Theatre box office, by phone at (512) 926-2203.

Austin, Texas – TILT Performance Group and Ground Floor Theatre are proud to announce their upcoming collaborative production ofThe Flip Side, bringing to Central Texas a collection of 6 original 10-minute plays on the theme of possibility. The Flip Side aims to ask: What might the grass look like on the other side? What exactly is (an)other? Who lives on the other side of the tracks?

These pieces were chosen from over 100 submissions by playwrights spanning the globe. From these submissions, 6 plays were selected to be showcased in The Flip Side: An Evening of Ten-Minute Tales. The plays highlight themes of looking at life from angles that are uncommon to many people. These new works are given special treatment by the incredible, uniquely-abled company of TILT Performance Group in an experience not to be missed.

Plays that comprise The Flip Side include: “The Interview” by Gwen K. Adams (Kingston, WA), “Break Dreams” by Cricket Daniel (Bend, OR), “Nephrology” by Sara Ilyse Jacobson (Charlottesville, VA), “Lisa and Peter” by Carol S. Lashof (Berkeley, CA), and “The Green is Always Greener on the Greener Side” by Ron Riekki (Leesburg, FL) and “Transformation Assignment” by local playwright Kristin Hall.

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About TILT Performance Group

TILT Performance Group is a theatre company in Austin, TX committed to creating high-quality live theatre. We practice collaborative creation, stage unique productions of new and established work, provide adults with special needs and unique abilities the opportunity to participate in the creation and performance of professional theater, and provide audiences the opportunity to enhance their understanding of the uniquely abled. < >

About Ground Floor Theatre

Ground Floor Theatre fosters an environment for creative thinkers and artists to produce new works by and for under-represented communities, lifting voices that need to be heard to people who need to hear them. >