Revived in 2012, Seattle Fringe Festival returns to Capitol Hill

1175455_1409121869305939_1080503358_nHere are details of the 2013 Seattle Fringe Festival, via the CHS Calendar — the “eclectic” festival starts Wednesday.

Featuring an eclectic mix of artists, the Seattle Fringe Festival’s 5-day schedule offers a range of live art—from raw and untested to perfectly executed—in a variety of genres and styles.

Every show runs an hour or less. Tickets are priced affordably at only $10. And, all performances are centrally located, within walking distance of each other.

This year you’ll be able to catch a fringe fest show at Annex Theater, Eclectic Theater, the NW Film Forum, and Richard Hugo House in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.

CHS wrote about the 2012 return of the festival after a nine-year hiatus.

Tickets and more information at seattlefringefestival.org. You can view the full 2013 schedule here.

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