The Denison Fringe Festival presents “The Call,” an original play written by Francesca Mouery ’19.
After the freak and accidental death of his brother, Danny Bowen has lived a reclusive life within the four walls of his own living room for the past three years. Isolating himself from the outside world, he leads a very lonely and delusional existence, his only company being three taxidermist heads that he had hunted down in his “past life” as an avid hunter. But, when an unassuming visitor arrives, unknowingly challenging Danny’s life as he knows it, the memories of his haunted past begin to come to life, revealing just what led up to the fateful incident that changed his life forever.
Denison University’s Fringe Festival, modeled after Edinburgh’s legendary festival, takes place from April 18 to May 3, with a series of diverse original performances by students and faculty, guests, and student organizations in locations across the campus.