We asked the Fringe team to share their favourite things about theatre. From the dim of the
You deserve more eggnog and less holiday stress. Introducing the Fringe Gift Guide: three fun ways to honour your favourite theatre-lover and Fringe fanatic.
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
We sat down with Mac Brock with Vena Amoris Projects, our 2020 Westbury Family Fringe
Learn to spot the official Fringe ‘O’ Saurus Rex!
Dr. Midge Norton, Fringe Theatre’s resident dino expert, provides step by step tips on how to track Fringe ‘O’ Saurus Rex in the wilds of Edmontonia.
Fringe Theatre’s resident Dino Expert, Dr. Midge Norton, shares her field notes about a curious discovery of gargantuan proportions.
We sat down with Julie NIUBOI Ferguson, Fringe Theatre’s inaugural Nordic & Cloutier Family Innovation