2015 Fort Wayne Fringe Festival

Event Details

Date(s) & Time(s)::

Daily from August 2, 2015 until August 9, 2015

Location: 3402 Fairfield Avenue, Fort Wayne, IN 46807

Phone: 260-750-9842

Email: mm.madison.miller@gmail.com

Link: http://www.wunderkammercompany.com

Event Description

June 1, 2015 Updated Jul 29, 2015 at 1:19 PM EDT

Fort Wayne Fringe is proud to announce that August 2nd will kick-off the 2015 Fort Wayne Fringe Festival with an All-IN Block Party, thanks to a grant from Indiana Humanities. All-IN challenges Hoosiers to learn more about our state and celebrate our history and culture, bringing together community to explore new things.
The event will also include the 2nd Annual Fringe K. Fringe K is a short, fun run through the alleyways of the neighborhoods surrounding Wunderkammer Company. This year, Fringe K will include costume categories including Indiana Historical Figure, Bearded, Best Solo Costume, and Best Group Costume. The winners in each category will receive trophies, thanks to LaHartz.

This event will kick-off the third year of Fort Wayne Fringe, a week-long performance festival. This festival gives a snapshot of local, regional, and national talent, crossing all types of artistic boundaries. The performances range in style from plays, musicals, dance, and more! This year, the festival will include 17 acts, with a total of 27 performances. Half of the performers are local, offering audiences the opportunity to experience up and coming talent from right here in Fort Wayne. This year will also include acts from other cities in Indiana, Chicago, Virginia, Kentucky, and even Georgia. Tickets are $5 per person, per performance, with all ticket sales going back directly to the artists. The performances will take place Wednesday, August 5th to Sunday, August 9th.
For more detailed information about the performances at the festival, go to www.wunderkammercompany.com.

Sunday, August 2nd

WAll-IN Block Party 3:00-6:00
Fringe K 5:00-6:00
Acid Pizza: An Exhibition by Adam Meyer and Michael Vaughn Green 6:00-9:00

Monday, August 3rd
Fort Wayne Fringe Craft Night! 6:00-9:00

Wednesday, August 5th
The Core 6:00-7:00
What Moves You 7:15-8:15
The Bloody Tambourine 8:30-9:30

Thursday, August 6th
Mikautadze Dance Theatre 6:00-7:00
Dreadful Things 7:15-8:15
Lighthouse 8:30-9:30
The Eulogy 9:45-10:45
VELOUR 11:00-12:00

Friday, August 7th
Pirate Ninja Zombie: The Not So Secret Origin of Captain Ambivalent 6:00-7:00
One Day At The Carwash 7:15-8:15
ODDysey 8:30-9:30
Mikautadze Dance Theatre 9:45-10:45
A Baptist Girl's Guide to Sex, Love and Happiness 11:00-12:00

Saturday, August 8th
Dreadful Things 12:30-1:30
Lighthouse 1:45-2:45
ODDysey 3:00-4:00
VELOUR 4:15-5:15
Pirate Ninja Zombie: The Not So Secret Origin of Captain Ambivalent 5:30-6:30
One Day At The Carwash 6:45-7:45
A Baptist Girl's Guide to Sex, Love and Happiness 8:00-9:00
The Eulogy 9:15-10:15
The Bloody Tambourine 10:30-11:30
Pyroscope 11:45-12:45

Sunday, August 9th
Youtheatre 2:30-4:00
Copper Grynn 4:30-5:30
Ms.Alle: i am poetry 5:45-6:45
Let's Comedy 7:00-8:00

About Fort Wayne Fringe
Fort Wayne Fringe is a week-long performance festival held at Wunderkammer Company. Fort Wayne Fringe seeks to give cutting edge artists a venue in which to perform and provide larger groups an opportunity to throw caution to the westerly winds, taking risks with productions that might otherwise be out of the scope of their standard subscription fare. This festival, based on already-successful festivals around the world, will run from August 2nd to August 9th, and will feature the region’s most dynamic performers.

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