Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival

398 W AMELIA ST
ORLANDO, FL 32801-1101  US
(407)-648-0077
www.orlandofringe.org
producer@orlandofringe.org

What IS Fringe?
THE FRINGE FILOSOPHY:
-100% UNCENSORED
-100%UNJURIED
-100% ACCESSIBLE
-100% OF TICKET SELLS GO DIRECTLY TO THE ARTISTS INVOLVED!

Orlando Fringe Festival dates for 2007 are May 17 - 28 at Loch Haven Park!!

THE FRINGE MISSION: The Mission of the Orlando Fringe is to provide an accessible, affordable outlet that draws diverse elements of the community together and inspires creative experiences through the arts.

Not to be confused with “frilly decorative borders” or “extremist political parties”, “Fringe” is a “festival” or rather, a “celebration”, of the theatrical and performing “arts”. The Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival takes place in and around Loch Haven Park over the course of ten straight days. Frequently referred to as “the premier springtime cultural event in Central Florida,” The Orlando Fringe Festival “encompasses” more than 500 “uncensored” and “non-juried” shows.

HISTORY of the FRINGE:
The origination of the Fringe festival dates back to over 50 years ago in Edinburgh, Scotland. The story goes that there was an international performing arts festival going on in Edinburgh, strangely engouh called The Edinburgh International Festival, and a few theatre groups showed up uninvited. They had no place to stay, no place to put on their shows, and so they went home. Just kidding. They went to the ‘fringes” of the city to venues away from the main stages and put on their performances. Thus, The “Fringe” Festival was born.

Beth Marshall - Producing Artistic Director

Beth Marshall's belief in The Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival are the TRUE Fringe concepts of:
100% Unjuried
100% Uncensored
100% Accessible
100% of Box Office goes to the Artists

Genevieve Bernard - Associate Producer/genevieve@orlandofringe.org


Ryan Morris - Producer Assistant/Ryan@orlandofringe.org


Anna McCambridge - Visual Fringe Producer/visualfringe@yahoo.com

Mike Garvey - Box Office Manager

Carla Hicks - Box Office Manager

Rachel Joyce - Webmaster/RachelTJoyce@gmail.com

Arwen Lowbridge - Resident Grant Writer

Mark Baratelli - Social Network Manager/email@markbaratelli.com

Rozz Grigsby - Kid's Fringe Producer/Rozz877@hotmail.com

Matthew Allam - Fringe Photographer

Amy Hadley - Technical Director

Dave Summers - Assistant Technical Director

Jae Nale - Outdoor Events Coordinator

Corene Fry - Pet Fringe Cooridnator

Gyulya Peetz - International Fringe Intern

Shows:
The Wait List Murders  (5/2015)
FrankenChrist: The Musical  (5/2014)
And Baby Makes Four  (5/2014)
Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson  (5/2014)
Jekyll N'Hyde: a rap musical  (5/2014)
BARE: A Pop Opera  (5/2014)
See Rock City & Other Destinations  (5/2013)
Piranha! The Musical  (5/2013)
The Boy Who Stole The Sun  (5/2013)
TJ & Mr. Oaksite  (5/2013)
Little Shop of Horrors  (5/2012)
Here Be Dragons  (5/2008)
ctrl-alt-life  (5/2007)
Found & Lost: Goals for 2002  (5/2007)
Heart of Coal  (5/2007)
Who the Hell is Heliogabalus?  (5/2007)
Dishpig  (5/2007)
Father's Day  (5/2007)
Flamenco con Fusion  (5/2007)
La Duchesse de Langeais  (5/2007)
Galapagos  (5/2007)
JAWZ: The Musical?  (5/2007)
L. A. Nasty  (5/2007)
Platelets  (5/2007)
The Screw You Revue Starring Linwood Sassy  (5/2007)
The Honeymoon Period is Officially Over  (5/2007)
Out of Pocket  (5/2007)
Encore for the Diva  (5/2007)
Psychic Follies  (5/2007)
SO KISS ME ALREADY, HERSCHEL GERTZ!  (5/2007)
Sexual Confines (three one acts)  (5/2007)
Zombie Girlfriend  (5/2007)
Curriculum Vitae  (5/2007)
Runaways  (5/2007)
Rebel Without a Niche  (5/2007)
Breaking Glass  (5/2007)
Calculus: The Musical  (5/2007)
Poofy du Vey in Burden of Poof  (5/2007)
Six Characters: Best Show Ever!  (5/2007)
OUTLOUD! Too Gay for Fringe?  (5/2007)
VarieTEASE: Carnivale  (5/2007)
Suitcase of Memories  (5/2007)
Stupid Kids  (5/2007)
Chatterbox  (5/2007)
String  (5/2007)
MIDNIGHT SNACK  (5/2007)
Maxim & Cosmo  (5/2007)
BitchSlap!  (5/2007)
2007: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner  (5/2007)
52 Pick Up  (5/2007)
American Racket  (5/2007)
Andrea's Revolution  (5/2007)
Light My Way (Premiere Workshop Production)  (5/2007)
Born To Be Asian  (5/2007)
5ive  (5/2007)
A Love Lost Life  (5/2007)
Jesus in Montana: Adventures in a Doomsday Cult  (5/2007)
Love Isn't Black and White  (5/2007)
Steel Magnolias  (5/2007)
SPORT: REMATCH  (5/2007)
Infidel!  (5/2007)
Murder on West 18th  (5/2007)
My Pal Bette  (5/2007)
Music Without Music  (5/2007)
Random Show by the Extreme Improv Guys  (5/2007)
P.S. 69: A Teacher Grows In Brooklyn  (5/2007)
Bat Boy: The Musical  (5/2007)
Matt & Ben  (5/2007)
Matanzas: A Survivor's Story  (5/2007)
Cupid and Psyche  (5/2007)
Dancing with the Porn Stars  (5/2007)
Saint Kristie  (5/2007)
Mistero Buffo  (5/2007)
The White Guy  (5/2007)
Tod Kimbro: F-Bombs and G-Strings  (5/2007)
The Yellow Boat  (5/2007)
That Fading Scent of Pus*y: A Dangerous Comedy About Women and Aging  (5/2007)
DRIP paint in motion  (5/2007)
LIVE FEED  (5/2007)
The Glamorous Andrea Merlyn Magic Show: The Return  (5/2007)
Coming In  (5/2007)
Matador  (5/2007)
Fool House  (5/2007)
Elvis and Roy: The Lost Concert  (5/2007)
Harvey  (5/2007)
Waiting . . .  (5/2007)
Pentecostal Wisconsin  (5/2007)
boys, boys, boys!  (5/2007)
Bathhouse: The Musical!  (5/2006)
You're Being Watched  (5/2006)
First Comes Love  (5/2005)
Whipping Wally Wonker  (5/2004)
My Big Fat Gay Wedding  (5/2003)
Meat Street  (4/2001)
The Apple