Josh Languedoc is our newest team member stepping into the newly established role of Director,
Fringe Theatre is honoured to welcome Josh Languedoc as our new Director, Indigenous Strategic Planning.
Teresa Bradley (she/her) has been steadfastly leading Fringe Grounds Cafe from its inception during Chinook
Guest article by Connor Yuzwenko-Martin Food at a theatre usually doesn’t bring to mind hearty
Hunter: My name is Hunter Cardinal, my pronouns are he/him, and I’m a sakāwithiniwak (Woodland
Thomas Nguyen (he/him) is an avid volunteer and adventurer at heart. Prior to working as
We asked the Fringe team to share their favourite things about theatre. From the dim of the
How a little lightning, perogies, and an old bus barn kickstarted a career. A long-time local actor, director, dramaturg, and theatre enthusiast, Michelle Todd’s Edmonton Fringe story weaves in and out of the very rehearsal studios, stages, and back hallways of Fringe’s bricks-and-mortar home, a building that serves as a community hub of creative activity.
“The most recent Fringe Festival, last year’s Festival, was the best experience I have ever