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Fringe File, #25: The Last Two Days of Fringe / Prelude to the Encores

A photo collage of Minnesota Fringe Festival show images. The Minnesota Fringe Festival is nearing its close, with just two days' – and 214 performances – remaining. Audiences have spoken about their favorites, both in online reviews on the Fringe website and by putting butts into seats. Each day comes with new word

Fringe File, #15: Sold-Out Performances (Final; Updated 8/16)

A promotional image for A Pickle by Really Spicy Opera, one of several shows that have sold out performances at the 2017 Minnesota Fringe Festival. Note: This article will be updated throughout the 2017 Minnesota Fringe Festival. The following Fringe Festival shows have sold out one or more shows: Updated Wednesday, 8/16. All Five

Fringe File, #13: Mark Monfils on Directing Thor: Jurassic Park

Mark Monfils directing a rehearsal. Photo courtesy of Access World Productions. The Minnesota Fringe Festival, which opens on Thursday, features 164 different productions presented by hundreds of amateur and professional artists. Theatre veteran Mark Monfils is one of those artists, directing Songs for a Post-Apocalyptic World and Thor: Jurassic Park. The Arts Reader's Hanne

Fringe File 2017, #6: Minnesota Fringe’s Second Official Preview of 2017

A promotional photo for Lysa Sparrow's First Year Queer, one of 30 Minnesota Fringe shows being previewed on Monday. Photo by Rebecca Jean Lawrence Photography. Here's a game to play: how many Fringe titles can you fit into a sentence that still kind of makes sense? A Bollywood Twistery Facility Denial of Service

ANNOUNCEMENT: The Curmudgeon

The Arts Reader is pleased to announce the launch of a new column titled The Curmudgeon, in which our writers will share constructively snarky advice on public relations in the arts. There are many reasons for launching The Curmudgeon. The first is that we have received many requests via email and social media for