/ December 31, 2017/ News

  1. You’re making a New Year’s Resolution to get out more, do more things, engage with the community, and broaden your horizons.  Tucson Fringe is bringing you 21 shows from around the country, many of which have never been produced before.
  2. Nevertheless, We Persisted – Did you know that over half of our shows are written, produced, or performed by women? Girl Power!!! View our 2018 Show Schedule.
  3. It’s Cheap!  Worried about reeling from the holiday spending?  Every fringe show is only $10 and even cheaper if you buy multi-show or day passes.
  4. Gay Uncles, Union Strikes, and Delinquents, OH MY! Psychics, Mythology, and Cavemen, OH MY! Suicide Survivors, The Dork Side, and Clowns OH MY! When we say we’ve got something for everyone, we mean it!
  5. Downtown Tucson – I don’t know about you, but I love downtown.  This year, we’re moving more into the Warehouse Arts District, using Steinfeld Warehouse and Exploded View while keeping some of our favorite downtown Tucson standards, Club Congress and The Flycatcher. And have you seen the new Scoundrel and Scamp venue, located in the Historic Y Building?
  6. BYOV – Bring Your Own Venue – this year one of our artists is performing in their Airbnb in the Historic Elysian Grove Market.
  7. Free Stuff!!!  Enter a drawing to win a free pair of Beer With The Bard tickets.  Beer With The Bard is our annual Shakespeare themed Pub Crawl, that takes place every year on Shakespeare’s birthday in April.
  8. That sweet, sweet Tucson Fringe swag. We have tees, stickers, and sunglasses – show off your support for awesome original theatre with some Tucson Fringe gear.
  9. Netflix Can Wait.
  10. PIZZA!!! You heard me – Pizza.  Brooklyn Pizza on 4th Ave is a proud sponsor of this year’s Tucson Fringe Festival.  Pick up a slice on your way to a show. Hang out with the artists and producers at Sky Bar each night after the festival.

About James Pack

James Pack is a graduate of Full Sail University with a Master of Science Degree in Entertainment Business. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Arizona majoring in Theatre Arts with a minor in Creative Writing. James is the Treasurer of the Tucson Fringe Theater Festival and manages an entertainment website, www.vaudvil.com.