5th Annual Beer with the Bard

James Pack/ April 14, 2019/ Events/ 0 comments

It’s the time of year again when the Tucson Fringe Festival celebrates the birthday of William Shakespeare. Every year on a weekend close to April 23, we host the Beer with the Bard Pub Crawl. We find a few different venues around Tucson that will host some Shakespeare inspired performances. Sometimes there are scenes from his plays and other times

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Hyde at The Screening Room Canceled

James Pack/ January 12, 2019/ Uncategorized/ 0 comments

The artists for Hyde were unfortunately in a car accident and their performances are canceled for the rest of the festival. If you purchased tickets online in advance, they will be refunded. The artists are home and resting but unable to perform. Thank you to everyone who supported the show and we wish for a speedy recovery for the artists.

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Tickets Still Available At All Venues

James Pack/ January 11, 2019/ Uncategorized/ 0 comments

Online sales for individual shows ended on Thursday at midnight. Tickets are still available at every venue. Passes and buttons are still available online and at each venue. Please arrive 30 minutes early before your show to get tickets or to checkin if you purchased online in advance.

Venue Spotlight: BYOV Passé/Cirque Roots

James Pack/ January 8, 2019/ Venues/ 0 comments

  Our final venues for the 8th Tucson Fringe Theatre Festival are BYOV. BYOV is a fringe term meaning “Bring Your Own Venue.” One of many things the Fringe provides for artists are venues and liability insurance, but sometimes artists find their own venues to use or their act requires more stringent (and more expensive) insurance. They pay the costs

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Where to Pick Up Pre-Ordered Tickets

James Pack/ January 6, 2019/ News/ 2 comments

We’ve received a lot of questions about where tickets can be picked up during the festival. Online ticket purchases will end on Thursday, January 10, 2019 at 11:59pm. Tickets are available at the door of all our venues. Passes and buttons will remain available to purchase online throughout the festival. Passes must be picked up at the Fringe Lounge, 197

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10 Things to Consider When Attending Fringe

James Pack/ January 4, 2019/ News/ 0 comments

As the 8thTucson Fringe Festival approaches, there are a few things you should keep in mind if you plan to attend. After seven years, we’ve picked up of few ideas to help make your experience better and to help eliminate at least some confusion during the festival. Buying tickets to shows in advance is helpful, but sometimes it’s difficult to

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How to Support Fringe

James Pack/ December 29, 2018/ News/ 0 comments

The Tucson Fringe Performing Arts Festival would not survive without the support from the Tucson Community and the Performing Arts Community around the world. We have had several artists from other countries over the years and we hope to have many more. As the festival grows, our need for support grows. Here a just a few ways you can show

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Venue Spotlight: Tucson Improv Movement (TIM)

James Pack/ December 23, 2018/ Venues/ 0 comments

We have another venue for the 8th Tucson Fringe Festival. Tucson Improv Movement was kind enough to help us in a jam. About six weeks before the festival, one of our venues announced they were closing on January 1. Two shows had lost their venue. We began plotting ideas and brainstorming replacement venues we could use. We discussed squeezing shows

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What’s New with Fringe?

James Pack/ December 18, 2018/ News/ 0 comments

The festival has grown exponentially over the years and each year brings something new and different. Sometimes there is a new venue, a new genre of artist, or a mix of multiple things. Last year we hosted our first Bring Your Own Venue and, we were so pleased with the results, we have two this year. We have a record

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Venue Spotlight: Studio ONE

James Pack/ December 11, 2018/ Venues/ 0 comments

The next featured venue for the Tucson Fringe Festival is Studio ONE. Their Facebook Page is titled “Studio ONE A Space for Art and Activism. They view themselves as a space for contemporary visual, video, and performance art and theatre. As their title on Facebook suggests, they seek to highlight social justice issues. They have participated in several art showings

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