A little birdie (aka a press release) tells us that the Third Annual Hollywood Fringe Festival (www.hollywoodfringe.org)is now open for registration.Seeing how we covered it last year and all, it only seems right to let you know how to get in on the fun. From the release:
Organizers call for artists and producers to join the celebrated event invading Hollywood this June. The registration deadline to be included in the printed Fringe Guide is April 1st. Registration is a three-step process completed through the Festival’s website (read all about the registration process). Registration is $250 for most projects; free shows and/or single performances only cost $175. Registration fees pay for a listing in Fringe materials and many other benefits. There are no restrictions regarding genre, content, or length for the festival; specifics are left to participants and venues to determine. ***The Festival takes place June 14-24, 2012 with a week of previews the week before (June 7-12).  Performances are staged in venues throughout central Hollywood including the Open Fist Theatre which was announced today as the 2012 Fringe Central Box Office and Mainstage.
ABOUT HOLLYWOOD FRINGEThe Hollywood Fringe Festival is an annual celebration of the emerging arts.Environments for the Fringe include both traditional and unorthodox venues; fully equipped theatres, street corners, clubs, bars, and places unexpected. Performances are self-produced by local, national, and international arts companies and independent performers. In the spirit of most Fringes, participation is open and uncensored.***KEY FESTIVAL DATESFeb. 1st- Registration OpenApril 1st- Registration Deadline for Guide InclusionJune 7-12- Fringe PreviewsJune 13th- Fringe Opening Night GalaJune 14-24- Third Annual Hollywood Fringe FestivalJune 24th- Fringe Award Ceremony & Closing Night PartyParticipants seeking more information can contact the festival at support@hollywoodfringe.org or by visiting the website at www.HollywoodFringe.org. Follow @hollywoodfringe on Twitter or like our facebook page.

A little birdie (aka a press release) tells us that the Third Annual Hollywood Fringe Festival (www.hollywoodfringe.org)
is now open for registration.

Seeing how we covered it last year and all, it only seems right to let you know how to get in on the fun. From the release:


Organizers call for artists and producers to join the celebrated event invading Hollywood this June. The registration deadline to be included in the printed Fringe Guide is April 1st.
 
Registration is a three-step process completed through the Festival’s website (read all about the registration process). Registration is $250 for most projects; free shows and/or single performances only cost $175. Registration fees pay for a listing in Fringe materials and many other benefits. There are no restrictions regarding genre, content, or length for the festival; specifics are left to participants and venues to determine.

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The Festival takes place June 14-24, 2012 with a week of previews the week before (June 7-12).  Performances are staged in venues throughout central Hollywood including the Open Fist Theatre which was announced today as the 2012 Fringe Central Box Office and Mainstage.

ABOUT HOLLYWOOD FRINGE
The Hollywood Fringe Festival is an annual celebration of the emerging arts.

Environments for the Fringe include both traditional and unorthodox venues; fully equipped theatres, street corners, clubs, bars, and places unexpected. Performances are self-produced by local, national, and international arts companies and independent performers. In the spirit of most Fringes, participation is open and uncensored.

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KEY FESTIVAL DATES
Feb. 1st- Registration Open
April 1st- Registration Deadline for Guide Inclusion
June 7-12- Fringe Previews
June 13th- Fringe Opening Night Gala
June 14-24- Third Annual Hollywood Fringe Festival
June 24th- Fringe Award Ceremony & Closing Night Party

Participants seeking more information can contact the festival at support@hollywoodfringe.org or by visiting the website at www.HollywoodFringe.org.
Follow @hollywoodfringe on Twitter or like our facebook page.

  1. areyouthatguy reblogged this from turnstylenews and added:
    Go Freaks go!