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Fringe File 2018 #22 – The Family Fringe Steps Up and Other Fringe Photos

Audience members at Steppingstone’s EGG is…, part of the Family Fringe. Photo by Dan Norman.

One of the new additions to this year’s Minnesota Fringe lineup is the Family Fringe at Celtic Arts Junction in St. Paul. Unlike the main festival’s lottery, applications for the Family Fringe are reviewed by a panel of artists who curate the final festival line-up. The result is a concentration of short, family-friendly shows in a more informal seating environment – and a place where parents don’t have to worry about their kids getting bored, since there’s always something to see or do.

Here are production photos from some of the Family Fringe and other shows.

EGG is… by Steppingstone Theatre. Photo by Dan Norman. Family Fringe
Audiences watching Medusa by Mike’s Brass. Photo by Dan Norman. Family Fringe
Lions and Peacocks and Snakes – OH MY! by CAAM Chinese Dance Theater. Photo by Dan Norman. Family Fringe
Experience Haiti! by Afoutayi Dance, Music & Arts Company. Photo by Dan Norman. Family Fringe
Geminae by Oncoming Productions. Photo by Alex Wohlhueter.  Main Fringe Festival
Josh Carson, Lauren Omernik, Kelsey Cramer, Emily Jabas, and Sulia Rose Altenberg in A Justice League of Their Own Mainly Me Productions. Photo by Alex Wohlhueter. Main Fringe Festival
Blood Nocturne by The Winding Sheet Outfit. Photo by Alex Wohlhueter. Main Fringe Festival

Hanne Appelbaum

Hanne Appelbaum is the Editor of the Twin Cities Arts Reader. She was born in Michigan's Upper Peninsula and moved to the Twin Cities to take up a career as a classroom paraprofessional. She is the mother of three children, an enthusiastic educator, and a passionate fan of dance in all of its forms. She enjoys ice skating, Game of Thrones (books over HBO, but who's counting), and restaurant dives.
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