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Covid-19 Updates: Announcing Social Isolation Fringe and Brew with the Bard Postponement

Paola Garcia-Prieto/ March 17, 2020/ Uncategorized/ 0 comments

In order to keep our community safe, we are postponing our Brew with the Bard event (exact date TBD) and moving our auditions to online submission format. We will be accepting submissions until the end of March. Please record yourself performing a one-minute Shakespeare monologue. Please include your full name and what your ideal Shakespeare role would be. Email the video to katieanastasia@gmail.com, and we will keep you updated on rehearsal and performance dates. Additionally, since we’re all bored at home, MaryAnn had the brilliant idea to launch “Social Isolation Fringe!” Here is a video explanation from her: So as Maryann Green said, send us a 2-4 minute video of whatever you want, either through email (tucsonfringe@gmail.com) or social media using #SocialIsolationFringe! Submissions will be put to a vote and the winner will win free registration to Tucson Fringe Festival 2021! So if you’re feeling a bit stir crazy, we encourage you to share your talents with our followers! If you have

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Tucson Fringe Festival Will Offer ASL Interpreted Shows

Paola Garcia-Prieto/ January 4, 2020/ Uncategorized/ 0 comments

For the first time in our nine year history, we are excited to announce that we will be featuring ASL interpreters at nine of our performances! Thanks to eight amazing volunteers we are able to bring part of the Tucson Fringe Festival to our Deaf, HoH, and signing community. Next year we hope to have a whole day of our festival with AS:  All ASL interpreted performances will take place Friday Jan 10th and Saturday Jan 11th. Below are descriptions of five pieces along with the ASL interpreted show times.   Died in a Trailer Park/Woke up a MermaidASL Interpreted performances:Friday 6p-7pm @ Steinfeld Warehouse – 101 W 6th StSaturday 9p-10p @ Steinfeld Warehouse “Storyteller Ariel Leaf may have been murdered, but that didn’t stop her from living under the Washington Ave. Bridge, having sex in trailer parks, accidentally smoking crack, or unintentionally hitchhiking through Wales.” House of Hope – Esperanza Dance ProjectASL Interpreted performances:Friday 9pm-10pm @ ATC’s Cabaret – 330 S. Scott

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