Thursday, 17 July 2008

Thursday Thirteen


The Winnipeg Fringe festival is
• 100% UNCENSORED
• 100% UNJURIED • 100% ACCESSIBLE
• 100% OF TICKET SALES GO DIRECTLY
TO THE ARTISTS INVOLVED!
Thirteen Things you can do at
The Winnipeg Fringe Festival
1.... Grab a program book from the info Tent in
old market square. You'll need one to read
about the plays and find out times and locations.

2.... Go see a play that is what the Fringe Festival
is all about and with a 141 different companies
putting on shows you have a lot pick from.

3.... Tell people what you thought of the play.
Shows live and Die based on word of mouth around
the Fringe so if you like something tell everyone you
know. The motto for the Fringe this year may be

What happens at the Fringe...
Stays at the Fringe!

But it should be

What happens at the Fringe...
Gets told to everyone I know!!!

4.... You've seen a play so what now you ask? That's
easy grab tickets to another one.

5.... Take a break and have beer at the beer tent.

6.... Spend an afternoon watching the free stage
in old market square

7....Wander through the vendors and pick up a
few memories of the Festival

8.... Have a bite to eat from the various food
merchants.

9.... Buy some lemon aid and then realize that
you're not at the folk festival

10.. Look at all the cool people in the white fringe
shirts and then go volunteer yourself. If you can't
volunteer then stop a couple of volunteers and thank
them

11.. Pick up a copy of the Jenny Review and write a
review of your own.

12.. Listen to someone elses suggestion and go
see a play you wouldn't normally see based on there
suggestion

13.. Open your home to strangers and billet an actor or
crew




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2 comments:

aliceaudrey said...

This reminds me of the old Hemp Festivals I used to attend back in my "misspent youth."

Tink said...

Sounds like a very interesting event to visit!