Every 2017 Minnesota Fringe show's preview image. Wondering who you know in Fringe this year? Can't remember what their show is and don't want to sift through individual show descriptions? The Minnesota Fringe website can help you – it now features a convenient page to see every single credit listed on
A promotional image for Dancing Bare Feet, a Bollywood stage musical created by Renu Kumar and presented by RGK Modern Indian Dance Academy. Did you miss the live preview of the Minnesota Fringe on Monday? Never fear: videos of each show preview (minus any last-minute cancellations and shows with Actor's Equity
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
Our popular Fringe File series on the Minnesota Fringe Festival returns. Pictured: Max Wojtanowicz in a promotional photo for MN Fringe 2016's Ball: A Tribute to My Lost Testicle. A Fringe show may begin with the first glimmer of an idea or the drawing of its number, but its first incarnation ends with the money.
Willi Carlisle in There Ain't No More: Death of a Folksinger. Photo by Robin Farrin. One of the hottest out-of-town acts coming to the 2017 Minnesota Fringe Festival is a solo show out of Arkansas. Willi Carlisle's folk operetta There Ain't No More: Death of a Folksinger gives a slice-of-life view of Americana,
Minnesota Tamil Sangam's The Intrepid, a dance musical extravaganza. This page shows all content published by the Twin Cities Arts Reader related to the 2017 Minnesota Fringe Festival. For our broader MN Fringe coverage (i.e., not restricted to a specific festival season), see: http://twincitiesarts.com/tag/fringe/ Disclosure The majority of the Arts Reader staff are engaged in the
A 2015 photo of the Art Shanty Project on White Bear Lake. Photo courtesy of the Art Shanty Facebook page. Last night was the Minnesota Fringe Festival lottery, where balls plucked out of a hopper determine the lineup of the country's largest unjuried arts festival. Attendees got an extra surprise: the
Our popular Fringe File series on the Minnesota Fringe Festival returns for its first 2017 installment. Pictured: Grant Sorenson in New Epic Theater's Now or Later, an Ivey Award-winning production at the 2016 MN Fringe. Are you a dancer? Comedian? Actor? Writer? A one-woman band with a crazy magic show and a bunch of talking puppets?