Orlando International Fringe Festival
According to the dictionary, the word Fringe is defined as:
unofficial; not conventional in form
That pretty much sums up the Orlando International Fringe Festival. It’s artsy, funny, in a fart joke sort of way, and contains all types of performances, from general admission performances that are great for the whole family to enjoy to very mature performances that you might see on a late-night HBO documentary series. This is the grown-up side of Orlando’s arts and performances scene.
The 13-day-festival is founded on the concept of offering 100% unjuried, 100% uncensored, 100% accessible theater, music, dance, and art to all types and ages where 100% of the box office ticket sales go directly back to the artists within The Fringe. The Orlando Fringe is the longest running Fringe Festival in the United States, celebrating 25 years as “Orlando’s most unique cultural experience”.
Orlando Fringe is a proud member of the United States Association of Fringe Festivals (USAFF) www.fringefestivals.us and the Canadian Association of Fringe Festivals (CAFF) www.fringefestivals.com.
This is one of Orlando’s biggest festivals of the entire year and gets a huge turnout.
Orlando Fringe Festival Event Information
The Orlando Fringe Festival is held at the Orlando Shakespeare Theater and the Orlando Repertory Theatre in Loch Haven Park. Admission for the shows vary mostly between $7 and $12. Click here to view prices of the 2015 shows and purchase tickets.
Click Here to visit the official site of the Orlando Fringe Festival.
Orlando Fringe Festival Video (Orlando Sentinel)
Orlando Fringe Festival Map