NATHAN MOSHER INJURED Introduced at Edmonton Fringe

Invisible Arts’ production of “Nathan Mosher is INJURED: a show about a break-up, Breakdown and Breakthrough” has been selected by the Grindstone Theater as the official selection of the Edmonton Fringe Festival, which will take place in Alberta, Canada from August 12-22. takes place. This engagement follows INJURED’s Orlando Fringe encore, which will be presented on August 11th at The Abbey in Orlando, FL.

Written and performed by Mosher, this one-man show is a compilation of jokes, poems, songs, and stories that chronicle a failed relationship, bipolar diagnosis, and years of mental breakdown and recovery. Mosher, a Filipino-American artist, delivers his true life story through stand-up, music and poetry for a night of laughter, sadness, reflection and ultimately hope. The show features music from his debut EP “NATHANAEL”, which is now available on all streaming platforms.

“The mission of the Invisible Arts Project is to make art and artists visible,” said Invisible Arts founder Chad Lewis. “To be able to do this project internationally after our local encore at The Abbey feels incredibly surreal.”

INJURED will be performed for 5 performances from August 18-22 as part of the Edmonton Fringe Festival 2021 at the Grindstone Theater (10019 – 81 Ave. Edmonton, Alberta T6E1W7). The Grindstone Theater abides by the rules of the Fringe Festival by maintaining 60% capacity for each performance. Tickets for Nathan Mosher is INJURED at the Grindstone Theater are available now and can be purchased at

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