Dylan Fresco wears many hats as a performing artist. He has created two hit solo shows for the Minnesota Fringe Festival: “The Anton Kissbougel Technique”, a mockumentary take on your typical yoga class, and this year’s sold-out “Domino’s Pizza Saved My Life”, which explores the personal in the global through story and song. Also in 2011, he was commissioned by Rimon: The Minnesota Jewish Arts Council to create “Welcoming The Stranger”, a piece that weaves together stories of refugees, family, and faith. As an actor, he has appeared with Theater Latte Da, Ten Thousand Things, Penumbra, the Guthrie, the Red Eye, Live Action Set, and the Unit Collective, among others. He sings romantic Russian ballads and plays guitar and original ukulele tunes at many Twin Cities venues including the Fitzgerald with Ann Reed and Dan Chouinard. Dylan is a teaching artist with the Guthrie, Minneapolis Public Schools, and Upstream Arts. A native of New York City, he is a graduate of Carleton College, and of the Dell’Arte International School of Physical Theatre. Learn more at www.dylanfresco.com.
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