James Pack/ August 26, 2019/ News/ 0 comments

This is the last week to apply to perform with the Tucson Fringe Festival. Applications end this Sunday, September 1. Remember, if you apply today but haven’t fully developed your show idea, you will have four months after the drawing to figure it out. Some shows change their titles in that four-month period. Some completely change what their show is about. The purpose of the application is to get your name in the hat. So, if you’re feeling apprehensive or unsure of yourself, fill out the application anyway. You’ll help a local non-profit and you’ll have the opportunity to show Tucson your creative work. Apply Here!

Our next event is the Lottery Party on Thursday, September 5. We will draw names from a hat to choose which shows will be in the 2020 Tucson Fringe Festival happening January 9-12, 2020. Like our Facebook Page to see the live video of the drawing from any country that has internet. We encourage all our applicants to attend the drawing, but if you can’t attend in person, join us for the live video. Details about the Lottery Party are still being determined. Once things are solidified, we will make an announcement.

If you want to support the Fringe and are not a performer, please consider Sponsoring the Fringe or Becoming an Intern as we prepare for the festival. Our non-profit couldn’t function without the help of volunteers. Volunteer Shifts are available during the festival and more information about those will be posted as we get closer to 2020. You can also send us a small donation through our online store. Make a Donation! Every little bit helps. You aren’t just supporting a local non-profit or just the arts. You’re supporting individual artists who don’t have access to venues and staff to help them bring their creation to life. Support local.

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