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Top 5 Reasons to Check Out the Atlanta Fringe Festival

Featuring: an original musical number, a greek chorus of dead fashion models, and death by tap-dancing. Bodies Modeling, only at the Atlanta Fringe.

Featuring: an original musical number, a greek chorus of dead fashion models, and death by tap-dancing. Bodies Modeling, only at the Atlanta Fringe.

Ben Egerman perfects a wizard for Do Not Kill Me Killer Robots. Low budget, high dork appeal. What are you doing to get ready for Fringe?

Ben Egerman perfects a wizard for Do Not Kill Me Killer Robots. Low budget, high dork appeal. What are you doing to get ready for Fringe?

Come to the Preview Party!

Click the link above to RSVP on Facebook, or just come to Decatur Square Wednesday May 9th from 8:00 to midnight and kick this Fringe off in style!

Surprise! Intestines! Official poster for Twinhead’s F#%k F#%k Goose.

Surprise! Intestines! Official poster for Twinhead’s F#%k F#%k Goose.

Fringe PlayList: In & Out of Love Stories

Spring is in the air, flowers are blooming, and the people of Atlanta are preparing for another horrible,  summer. But for these brief weeks of nice weather, everyone is out and about in their cute little outfits searching for someone special to crowd around the air conditioner with.  Yes, it’s spring and it’s time for love. And we’ve got some love stories to offer you, some sweet, some not so sweet.

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Fringe PlayList: Mother’s Day

Next Sunday is Mother’s Day, and what better way to celebrate than taking your mommy out to see a show! My mommy has already made her Fringe PlayList, but here are a few shows your mommy might like.

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Open your mouth and say “Ahh!” Chris Alonso gives us something to chew on with 144 Oysters to God, a story of a man, a myth, and a gross of oysters. A very apt plural noun indeed.

Open your mouth and say “Ahh!” Chris Alonso gives us something to chew on with 144 Oysters to God, a story of a man, a myth, and a gross of oysters. A very apt plural noun indeed.

Atlanta Fringe Festival is making theater space in the margins

Creative Loafing’s take on the festival