Third Annual Atlanta Fringe Festival Announces Lineup


Atlanta Fringe FestivalThe Atlanta Fringe Festival is thrilled to announce the lineup for its third annual performing arts festival, scheduled June 5 through 8, 2014 with a preview party on Wednesday, June 4.  This year’s lineup features 22 eclectic productions, from 11 different states, plus Canada – making Atlanta Fringe international for the first time since its inception in 2012!

Literally drawing names from a hat, Atlanta Fringe’s lineup is determined via lottery.  Each production will perform five times over four days for a total of 110 performances for Atlanta audiences!

2014 Atlanta Fringe Festival lineup

Production Company From Performance Genre
CoBra Atlanta, GA Spoken Word/Storytelling
Never Too Late Productions Lilburn, GA Solo, Musical
Sith Penguin Clarkston, GA Circus
Beyond Borders Atlanta, GA Dance – Belly
Patrice Gerideau Silver Spring, MD Solo
Minion Productions Seattle, WA Cabaret/Variety
botwot Productions Aspen, CO Solo, Comedy
Tapman Productions, LLC Chicago, IL Dance –   Contemporary, Tap
Embarc Productions Fayetteville, GA Dark Comedy
Lander University Greenwood, SC Dance –   Contemporary
Randy Ross Somerville, MN Comedy
S’park Theatre Hoover, AL Multimedia,   Puppetry
Awalim Dance Company Stone Mountain, GA Dance – Middle   Eastern
Taproot Charlotte, NC Dance, Experimental
Daniel Glenn Yonkers, NY Solo
Twinhead Theatre Atlanta, GA Comedy
SHARP Dance Company Philadelphia, PA Dance –   Contemporary
Vanguard Repertory Company Atlanta, GA Dance, Dramedy
Under the Blood Productions Ontario, Canada Solo, Comedy
Puppets Playing Pretend Atlanta, GA Puppetry
Will Go Far Stone Mountain, GA Drama/Comedy
Shalloewood Productions Marietta, GA Drama/Comedy

Festival venues for 2014 are 7 Stages mainstage, two spaces in the Big House on Ponce, the Highland Inn Ballroom, MINT Gallery, and Wrecking Bar Brewpub’s Marianna event space.

Tickets will be $10 each, plus a one-time purchase of a $3 Fringe button that offers festival goers great discounts around town during the festival and year-round. Multi-show passes are a great way to see more than one performance and/or see shows with friends and save money. Passes go on sale in May while single tickets will be available during the festival, at venue doors.

Atlanta fringe also be holding a big party on Saturday, March 1 at the Big House on Ponce to celebrate the lineup and give people their first chance to meet this exciting roster of artists! It will be a chance for everyone to get their drink on, shake a tail feather, learn more about the artists and help ATL Fringe raise money to make the festival a reality.

In addition to live performances, Atlanta Fringe will host Fringe Audio, the only audio arts festival on the international Fringe circuit, with performances available for online streaming May 28 – June 8. Submissions for Fringe Audio are open until April 18; click here for more information.

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