Tucson Fringe Festival is Accepting Submissions for the 2013 Festival
The Tucson Fringe Theater Festival is now accepting performer applications for its 2013 festival. The Tucson Fringe Festival is an unjuried and uncensored performance, art, and theater festival promoting accessibility for presenting established and emerging artists with unrestrained artistic freedom. All performance types will be eligible for selection.
The Festival will take place March 1-3 at Club Congress.
The deadline for performer applications will be Nov. 16.
The 2013 Tucson Festival will be the first to include different performance types. You can perform your show a single time or stage it all three days – what the Fringe folks are calling Triple Threats. The Triple Threats will receive the prime time slots each of the three days, and serve as the cornerstone of the festival.
The new performance category, the One-and-Done, will allow performers the freedom of staging their show for a captive audience without committing to the full three-day run of the festival. Applicants are allowed to submit for both performance types.
Interested artists can visit www.tucsonfringe.org for more information.
Tucson Fringe Theater Festival strives to expand upon an already thriving theatrical community by promoting affordable opportunities for artists to craft original ideas while presenting a wider array of performance practice.
Downtown Tucson provides an ideal backdrop for bringing together arts patrons of all demographics and the creative force that is Fringe. Fringe doesn’t curate.
Fringe restores the artist’s creative influence. Fringe is affordable. Fringe is unique. Fringe doesn’t preach. Fringe gives all the money back to the artist. Fringe is a laboratory for ideas. Fringe is community.