This weekend, we’re welcoming Fringers back with the first event of the 2021/22 Season: Lakes
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.
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We sat down with Mac Brock with Vena Amoris Projects, our 2020 Westbury Family Fringe
From personal stories about recovery and rediscovery, to reimagining how traditional Indigenous storytelling intersects with theatre, to the high flying spectacle of circus performance, to live music with living legends and so much more, the 2018/19 Fringe Theatre season promises an exhilarating live experience unlike any other.
Whether through the Edmonton International Fringe™ Theatre Festival, Fringe Theatre Season, or our Spotlight program,
We sat down with Artistic Director Delia Barnett for a sneak peek behind the scenes of the girl power that is Send in the Girls Burlesque, and their new show Soiled Doves: A Burlesque with Boots On, premiering January 18 at the ATB Financial Arts Barns.
We’re best known known for producing the annual summer theatre behemoth known as the Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival, but did you know we also produce a curated theatre season featuring relevant, diverse, original, and engaging works, and a high performance winter festival?
We sat down with Fringe Theatre’s Artistic Director Murray Utas to get the scoop on Fringe’s mainstage shows.