Alumni, Students to Perform in More Than 150 Shows During Fringe Festival

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Wednesday, September 03, 2014
GOLDEN GATE XPRESS -- In the heart of San Francisco’s Tenderloin District, underground artists and theatre junkies, including some from SF State, will have the opportunity to do what they love at the 23rd annual San Francisco Fringe Festival. Gloria McDonald received her bachelor’s of fine arts in theater from SF State in 2013. McDonald is a member of the performing group BrickaBrack and will perform the self-produced play titled “Daffodil: A Play on Happiness.” “There is so much work beyond acting that goes into a show and I didn’t really realize until I went to SF State,” McDonald said. “I left there as a more rounded theatre artist.”