To Spite One’s Face
The VHS from The Ring meets the women of G.L.O.W.
In their recently deceased mother’s attic, sisters Dani and April discover a box of 1980’s workout tapes. When Dani plays one, she learns that her mother made a deal, and now it’s her job to finish it. A show about sisterhood, poltergeists, and grief- it’s campy horror…with a bleeding heart.
Tags: 1980’s, LGBTQIA+, Horror
Rating: R (Violence, Adult Language, Themes of horror including jump scares and general unsettling imagery)
Venue: Art Academy 204
Please note there is no late seating for this production.
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Please note that we will re-evaluate this policy if infection rates rise significantly before or during the Festival, in the interest of keeping the festival accessible to our most vulnerable artists, patrons, and staff.
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Zoë Peterson is an actor and playwright originally from Louisville, Kentucky. Here in Cincy, she is a recent graduate from CCM at the University of Cincinnati, where she earned an Acting BFA, English Minor, and Screenwriting Certificate. In 2022 she was a finalist in Serials! at The Know and was featured in last year’s Fringe Festival with Sally Salem and the Spooktacular Birthday Extravaganza.
Past Fringe Credits
2022 Cincy Fringe Festival, Sally Salem and the Spooktacular Birthday Extravaganza