RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Fringe Festival

A collection of news and information related to Fringe Festival published by this site and its partners.

Top Fringe Festival Articles

Displaying items 45-55
  • Mike Reiss' "Rubble" Bows At NYC Fringe Festival; Stars Bruce Vilanch

    Mike Reiss' "Rubble" Bows At NYC Fringe Festival; Stars Bruce Vilanch
    Bristol native Mike Reiss, who wrote “I’m Connecticut” which has hit runs at the Connecticut Repertory Theatre and the Ivoryton Playhouse, has a new play. “Rubble” will bow at the New York International Fringe Festival with...
  • High hopes for 'TomKat Project' at NYC Fringe Fest

    High hopes for 'TomKat Project' at NYC Fringe Fest
    After an 18-week sold-out run at the Playground Theater, one of the funniest shows of the year is headed to the New York International Fringe Festival next month. A biting, thought-provoking satire of Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes, Scientology and our...
  • Seminole State College 2013-14 theater season

    Seminole State College 2013-14 theater season
    The Seminole State College Fine Arts Theatre will host a Fringe Festival veteran and premiere a new adaptation of the classic Greek play "Lysistrata" during its season. Bobbie Bell has given "Lysistrata" a groovy "make love, not war" vibe. Seminole...
  • 'Killer Joe' awaits Broadway debut

    "Killer Joe" will be unleashed on Broadway in 2014, its producers announced Thursday, in a production that will reunite Tracy Letts and director Pam MacKinnon. Letts’ thriller had its premiere in Evanston in 1993 and has since played off-Broadway,...
  • Ron Legler to lead Orlando Ballet

    Ron Legler to lead Orlando Ballet
    The Orlando Ballet has chosen its third executive director in three years. Ron Legler, president of Florida Theatrical Association and owner of downtown nightclub The Abbey, will be the ballet's interim leader, the dance company confirmed Monday. Legler...
  • Central Florida arts: 2013 in review

     Central Florida arts: 2013 in review
    It's the time of year for looking back on 2013's memorable moments and trends from Central Florida arts scene. • Star of the Year: God. We had a lot of religion on our stages this year. Theatre Downtown presented "Godspell" with Vine Theatre....
  • For 'Stomp' founders, reliable adventures, and a new 3-D movie

    For 'Stomp' founders, reliable adventures, and a new 3-D movie
    Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas have run a multicontinent theater empire, directed a number at the closing ceremony of the London Olympics and swum with great white sharks off the coast of Southern California and Guadalupe Island. But the hardware...
  • Chase Padgett's 'Nashville Hurricane' in Eustis this weekend

    "Nashville Hurricane," a one-man show that debuted in the Orlando Fringe Festival in 2012, will be presented at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Jan. 3-4, and 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 5, at the State Theatre, 109 N. Bay St., Eustis. The show was written by...
  • Theatre Downtown presents Orlando premiere of 'Clybourne Park'

     Theatre Downtown presents Orlando premiere of 'Clybourne Park'
    Home. For many, the concept extends beyond the bricks and mortar that mark where you lay your head. The feeling of home extends to the nearby streets, the friends next door, that cute little house on the corner. So when a neighborhood changes, that...
  • Two actors tackle multiple roles, accents for 'Stones in His Pockets' at Center Stage

    Two actors tackle multiple roles, accents for 'Stones in His Pockets' at Center Stage
    "Stones in His Pockets," a play about an American film company invading a community in rural Ireland, has more than a dozen characters, but only two actors. That means a lot of quick switches between genders, ages and, above all, accents. For its...
  • Theater review: 'The Big Oz' from Jester Theater

     Theater review: 'The Big Oz' from Jester Theater
    Mobsters, gangsters, wise-cracking molls: The title may be "The Big Oz," but I don't think we're in MGM's beloved 1939 musical anymore. "The Big Oz" got its start as an offering from Orlando's SAK Comedy Lab at the 1999 Orlando Fringe Festival. A parody...