New Orleans Fringe

Antebellum [Feature Preview], by Ryan Sparks, November 20, 2013.

The antebellum South wasn’t necessarily a simpler, easier time for anyone, especially if your family weren’t wealthy plantation owners.  Yet a far off, fairytale vision of a placid era before the abolition of slavery drove inspired generational anger in the hearts of millions of men after... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

New 'Immersive Experience' Category Dares Performers & Audiences at N.O. Fringe, by staff, November 20, 2013.

The New Orleans Fringe Festival’s motto has long been, “Fearless Performers, Fearless Audiences,” but a new category of performances will put both parties to the test this year.  The idea behind an immersive experience is...CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Icarus [Feature Preview], by Brad Rhines, November 20, 2013.

Like many would-be artists, Rachel Strickland is a failed novelist. Unlike the rest of us, however, Strickland is an accomplished dancer and aerial acrobat who has performed across the country and around the world. Her newest show, Icarus... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

Preview: New Orleans Fringe Festival, by Will Coviello, November 19, 2013.

The New Orleans Fringe Festival has moved its Fringe Tent hub (and box office) from an open field on Press Street to a lot tucked behind Mardi Gras Zone. But the ever-growing festival will be harder to avoid than find when it begins Wednesday, Nov. 20... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

New Orleans Fringe at Various Venues

Ambush, by Brian Sands, November 19, 2013.

It’s back! For a sixth time, New Orleans Fringe Festival will offer five fabulous days stuffed with theater, dance, circus arts, spoken word, puppetry, burlesque, etc., etc. Here’s a brief look at some of the shows coming our way... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

We pick best bets for the 2013 New Orleans Fringe Fest, by Chris Waddington, November 14, 2013.

Navigating the New Orleans Fringe Festival takes more than a map and a program. It’s the kind of sprawling event that only comes into focus when you ask friends for tips, or listen to the buzz when you walk into cafes and bars near the 41 venues.
We did a little asking, too, and learned about 8 diverse shows that sound promising... 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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