After nearly a decade, the Seattle Fringe Festival is back with a line-up of 21 live theatrical performances at five different venues. Shows are all an hour or less and priced at $10 a ticket. Shows were chosen by an artists’ lottery, guaranteeing equal opportunity for theater space.
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Seattle Fringe Festival
September 19-23, 2012 | schedule here | $10/show
More info: www.seattlefringefestival.org
After almost a decade dark, the Seattle Fringe Festival returns to Capitol Hill.
Featuring an eclectic mix of artists, Seattle Fringe Festival’s 5-day schedule offers a range of live art—from raw and untested to perfectly executed—in a variety of genres and styles.
Every show runs an hour or less. Tickets are priced affordably at only $10. And, all performances are centrally located, within walking distance of each other.
This year you’ll be able to catch a fringe fest show at Annex Theater, the NW Film Forum, Odd Duck, and several other venues in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.
Seattle Fringe Festival 2012 is fiscally sponsored by Theatre Puget Sound (TPS). All donations directly support the Seattle Fringe Festival, but tax-deductible receipts for donations will be issued by TPS.
The future producing entity of the Seattle Fringe Festival is Seattle Contemporary.
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Close-to-the-skin: Return of the Fringe
Fast and dirty.
Uncensored and hands-on, the new Seattle Fringe Festival stirs up a sexy stew of new work by professional and emerging artists. During 5 days of tightly packed programming, almost anything can happen.
For joy, not judgment.
Like many fringe festivals, Seattle Fringe Festival draws its medley of performing arts from an artist lottery. Artists, enter your production, today.
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