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Livestreaming Center for Cultural Innovation's inaugural AmbitioUS convening
A series about fringe theatre festivals in the United States.
Fringe Festivals Gave Me a Career
Kevin Thorton talks about how Fringe allowed him to "make it" in show business.
Friday Phone Call # 44
Julianne Brienza of Capital Fringe
Listen to weekly podcasts hosted by David Dower as he interviews theater artists from around the country to highlight #newplay bright spots. This week: Julianne Brienza of Capital Fringe.
America’s Next Top (Fringe) Model
How a Big Little Fringe Became the Oldest in the Nation
Michael Marinaccio, the Producer of the Orlando Fringe Festival, on busniess models for Fringe Festivals, and how to define that tricky little term.
Figuring the Fringe
Cameron Wong writes about banished? productions' unique blend of art forms, and how the Capital Fringe allows them to bring together communities in ways unheard of, inspiring, and galvanizing.
Why I Think Fringe Festivals Are Hunky Dory
Ed Hamell explains how the Fringe helped him to develop his work, and the numerous oppurtunities festivals provide for networking, development, and artistic innovation.
The Impact of Fringe on an Artist
A Five-Year Study
Stephen Spotswood talks about how his experiences at Fringe influenced him as an artist.
The Weekly Howl Tuesday, August 28
Tuesday's Howl will focus on Fringe Festivals.
Primed for Fringe
Against all odds, adversity created an ideal setting for Fringe. Em Piro chronicles the inception of the St. Lou Fringe Festival.
Series are collections of content curated around a specific theme. HowlRound works with curators to develop topical pieces meant to spotlight current events and happenings within the commons.