FrenetiCore presents the 6th Annual Houston Fringe Festival, October 2-6, 2013.
The 2013 Houston Fringe Festival is a 5 day performance feast celebrating the weird in all of us. This year the Fringe turns 6 and runs October 2-6, 2013 at East End Venues including Frenetic Theater, The Barn, Super Happy Fun Land and Bohemeo’s.
The 2013 Fringe offers the best independent theatre, film, dance, music and visual arts, and welcomes performers from across the state of Texas and as far away as Arizona, DC, New York and Montreal. Featuring disciplines ranging from wild one woman shows and burlesque to drama and contemporary dance, Fringe performances will excite, shock, and provoke audiences. Experimental art veterans perform alongside daring newcomers, with works presented bet
ween 15-60 minutes in length.
Look out for more information about other upcoming Fringe Happenings at Frenetic Theater including a Fringe Benefits Press Peek on October 2, Fringe Benefits Bash on October 4 and the closing night performance, ‘Anything Goes’ on October 6.
Join us, and Get Your Fringe On!
Other Fringe Happenings at Frenetic Theater:
Fringe Benefits Press Peek October 2 at 10:30pm – Press and public are invited to view short excerpts from a selection of Houston Fringe Festival performances. This free evening of snippets will serve as a kick off for the festival.
Fringe Benefits Bash October 5 at 10:30pm – Party with the performers and producers of the Houston Fringe Festival at the outdoor Fringe Benefits after a day of outrageous performances!
‘Anything Goes’ October 6 at 8pm – Fast paced, over-the-top works from any and all disciplines by Houston’s best performance artists!
Visual Arts Exhibit featuring work by Children’s Prison Arts Project, on display at Frenetic Theater during the entire festival, featuring artwork by incarcerated youth. Learn more about CPAP at www.childrensprisonart.org/.