The Minnesota Fringe Festival marks its 20th year of wild unpredictability and wonders, “Are we now the right size?” Updated Aug. 1, 2013
Your guide to reviews and the latest news for the 2013 Fringe Festival.
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The Minnesota Fringe celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. In 2012, 46,284 tickets were issued for 829 performances, which makes this festival one of the largest in the country. This year's festival of theater and dance performances will run
Aug. 1-11 at 16 venues in Minneapolis.
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Fringe festival 2013: Dear Madde, a one-woman show starring Madde Gibba.
“The Diamond Lens”
“How to Date a Werewolf”
Fashion Risk or THE Accidental Nudist
Also, a zombie-fied dance show and one about the journey of a transgender parent of two.
Tyler Michaels’ reached for a prop in the show that he does with Tod Petersen, “Once Upon a Chalkboard.”
Maggie Shryer plays Katharina von Bora, spouse of Martin Luther.
When I heard that the upcoming Fringe Festival in the Twin Cities included a one-woman performance by an 86-year-old actress, I called Maggie Shryer to ask her about it.
The second annual Fringe-For-All, with sneak peaks at 30 shows that will be in the Minnesota Fringe Festival, was held at Rarig Center on the U of M Minneapolis campus Monday night, July 22, 2013.
MINNEAPOLIS — The Minnesota Fringe Festival kicks off its 20th anniversary season Thursday in Minneapolis.