Beginning Wednesday, the festival will roll out 88 performances by 22 producing companies in 5 Capitol Hill venues over 5 days. Organizers call it “a port of call for exceptional artists from the touring circuit.” 2014’s performances have roots in productions from from Portland, OR to Los Angeles, CA to Lafayette, CO and New York, NY.
You can view the 2014 schedule and purchase tickets at seattlefringefestival.org.
The Seattle Fringe Festival (SFF) returns to Capitol Hill September 17-21, 2014. SFF will feature an amazing 88 performances by 22 producing companies in 5 venues over 5 days. The Festival is a showcase of exciting new work by local and touring artists in an eclectic and engaging variety of performance styles.
This year, in addition to favorite venues from prior years (Annex Theater, Eclectic Theater, and two venues at NW Film Forum) SFF will be presenting work at the newly-opened Calamus Auditorium at Gay City Arts. Centrally located on Capitol Hill, all performances will be within walking distance of one another — and of the Festival Bar, St John’s. Every show runs an hour or less, and tickets are priced affordably at only $10. All ticket revenue is returned directly to the producing artists.
In 2012, CHS reported on the return of the festival after a nine-year hiatus.