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Fringe Fest 2013

whereyat.com, by Christopher Romaguera, November 4, 2013.

So the story goes that the term “Fringe Festival” came about in 1948. The year before, an “alternative” art fest had occurred simultaneously with the Edinburgh International Festival... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

RISKING IT ALL AT THE N.O. FRINGE

American Theatre Magazine, by Justin Maxwell, November 2013 print issue.

New Orleans is a city of risks. Hurricanes- Katrina, most famously- have made direct hits on the city 49 times since its founding in 1718. The astute, do-it yourself theatre scene of New Orleans... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

Paper Chairs to Kick Off MURDER BALLAD MURDER MYSTERY Fall 2013 Tour, 11/20

broadwayworld.com, by BWW news desk, November 1, 2013.

Paper Chairs is thrilled to kick-off its fall with a resurrection of Murder Ballad Murder Mystery... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

24 Things To Do in New Orleans This November

myNewOrleans.com, by Lauren Laborde, November 1, 2013.

Mainstream theater options abound these days in New Orleans, with a recent crop of beloved theaters resurrecting. But during the New Orleans Fringe Festival... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

NYC Company Gogol Annex to Premiere ANTEBELLUM in New Orleans, 11/21-24

broadwayworld.com, by BWW News Desk, October 22, 2013.

GOGOL ANNEX (NYC/Toronto) is pleased to announce the world premiere of Antebellum, a portrait of the notorious, the famed, and the wicked in pre-Civil War era New Orleans... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

John Michael wants to show off his ‘Penix’

dallasvoice.com, by

Like a lot of Dallas folks, I’ve seen John Michael’s Penix. And he wants all of New Orleans to get a look at his Penix, too... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

Pushing Artistic Boundaries: New Orleans Fringe Festival

GoNOLA.com, by Valerie Boucvalt, October 17, 2013.

New Orleans breeds creativity, and our community is passionate about supporting arts of all kinds. Some of the most talented artists live right here in New Orleans, and many more are attracted here to create and perform on a regular basis, especially for unique events like the New Orleans Fringe Festival... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

New Orleans Fringe Festival announces 2013 lineup of 77 shows for Nov. 20-24

nola.com, by Chris Waddington, October 7, 2013.

The New Orleans Fringe Festival posted a complete 2013 lineup on its website this past week: 77 shows at 30 venues throughout the city. The lineup includes standup comedy, cabaret, dance, drama, puppetry, circus acts and more... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

2013 New Orleans Fringe Festival shows announced

Best of New Orleans, by Will Coviello, October 3, 2013

The New Orleans Fringe Festival posted its schedule of shows. The festival includes 77 shows, some of them curated at official Fringe venues, and others selected for "Bring Your Own Venue" presentations... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

New Orleans theater openings bring city closer to 'Broadway South' vision

Nola.com, by Katherine Sayre, September 25, 2013.

Can New Orleans steal the show? The question lingers six years after Louisiana created the so-called "Broadway South" economic incentives intended to attract big stage productions and grab some of the limelight from theater epicenters like New York... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

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Fringe is supported by a SEED grant from the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation. This program is supported by a grant from the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council.  This program is supported in part by a Community Arts Grant made possible by the City of New Orleans. The grant is administered through the Arts Council of New Orleans.

 

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