7 Stages, Twinhead Theatre and More Set for Atlanta Fringe Festival 2013 Lineup, 6/5-9

February 3
7:40 PM 2013

7 Stages, Twinhead Theatre and More Set for Atlanta Fringe Festival 2013 Lineup, 6/5-9

The Atlanta Fringe Festival has announced the lineup for the second annual edition of the festival, set to run June 5-9, 2013. The production companies, in alphabetical order (with their home states):

7 Stages (Georgia)

Bent Frequency and Craig Dongoski (Georgia)

DaVida Chanel Productions (Louisiana)

Doctor Pete Productions (Georgia)

Ellisorous and the Dance Machine (Georgia)

Horizons School (Georgia)

Jamie Black (Illinois)

KLMD Production/ Morgan DDG (Indiana)

Leave Your Mark Productions (Georgia)

Love, Peace and Joy Productions (Alabama)

M.O.P.O. (Georgia)

Marble City Opera (Tennessee)

Minion Productions (Washington)

Mixed Revues (Georgia)

Nu Visions of Excellence Theatre (Georgia)

OnStage Atlanta (Georgia)

Robin & Goodfellow Players (Georgia)

Sob Songs for the Gilded Age (Georgia)

The Rachel Teagle Effect (Connecticut)

The Ws Projects (North Carolina)

Thimblerig Circus (Georgia)

Tickles. TV (Georgia)

Twinhead Theatre (Georgia)

Yes/And Theatre Company (Florida)

The productions were selected via unjuried lottery (literally pulled out of a hat) and announced last night at a speakeasy-themed Reveal Party at Ambient + Studios. Additionally, an exciting new roster of festival venues was announced, with AFF newcomers 7 Stages, The Village Theatre and Theatrical Outfit joining last year's host venues The Horizon School Theatre and The Mask Center.

Those interested are encouraged to follow AFF on Twitter (@AtlantaFringe), Facebook (www.facebook.com/atlantafringe) and Tumblr (http://atlfringebuzz2013.tumblr.com/) where they will find new announcements, volunteer opportunities, and lots of parody rap lyrics.

Atlanta Fringe is a performing arts festival whose mission to provide an accessible, unjuried, uncensored outlet for artists who may not otherwise be able to produce their work. Joining an international circuit of such festivals, Atlanta Fringe is dedicated to showcasing original, nontraditional work that celebrates diverse and multi-cultural artistic expression and that pushes audiences to consider new perspectives. The Atlanta Fringe Festival is produced by Twinhead Theatre, a 501(c)(3), and is sponsored in part by Twinhead Theatre, Cherry Del Rosario Designs, Possible Futures, Scoutmob, Ice Box and East Atlanta Copy Center. Learn more at www.atlantafringe.org.


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