UNO Fest
Spring 2021

UNO Fest 2021 will not be like any UNO we have had. We are working hard to bring you theatre outside the lines from some of the country’s most daring solo artists. Depending on Health Orders on events, we may have a blend of in-person and digital shows & events at UNO 2021. Stay tuned for details on the artists, shows & events we are cooking up for April & May and maybe even all year long!

Thank you for joining us digitally at UNO Fest Online!

On behalf of the Intrepid Theatre Board of Directors, staff, and festival artists, thank you for being a part of this new festival model and taking part in this experiment. We hope you enjoyed the shows and free events from the best seat in your house over the last two weeks.

Theatre outside the lines.

UNO Fest has always pushed the boundaries of what solo performance can be. Facing this global pandemic, we are not able to gather in the theatre together and must keep our communities safe. We are not cancelling or postponing this year’s UNO Fest, instead we are working to bring UNO to your home with UNO Fest Online.

Experience video clips and new work online, interviews with the artists, free streaming solo performances, and Facebook Happy Half-Hours with artists and artistic staff. We are embracing our festival tagline – this is theatre outside the lines!

We see this as an experiment. A way to keep art and performance in your life while isolated at home. A challenge to rise to. A new meaning to the term UNO Fest as you experience UNO while being UNO.

How do online tickets work?

You can buy a ticket to access online shows and content for Week 1 or Week 2. Regular tickets are $20 and our popular Pay-What-You-Ten $10 tickets are available, as well as a $50 ticket (which includes a $30 tax receipt). Once you buy a ticket, you will receive a code and link via e-mail to unlock shows in that week of the festival. There will also be free online content on our Facebook Live throughout the festival. Explore the calendar below. 

Photo: Kunji Mark Ikeda (Sansei: The Storyteller); photo by iCandy Films; design by Rayola
Trailer by Nice Lady Productions


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