Thursday, August 13, 2009

Countdown to FringeNYC (1 Day Till Opening)

When the New York International Fringe Festival started back in 1997, all of the shows were presented within a relatively compact swath of the Lower East Side. Since that time, the festival has pushed beyond that neighborhood and now occupies a fairly broad cross-section of Manhattan between Canal Street and 14th Street.

The venues this year include some perennials (the Flamboyan and Milagro spaces at CSV Cultural Center, for example) along with some great spaces new to FringeNYC (the two theatres at HERE Arts Center, the new Dixon Place, and the Minetta Lane Theatre, to name a few).

You can find out everything you need to know about this year's venues on our FringeNYC 2009 Map. Click on the red pushpin markers to get info about each venue; once you do that, you will see links to even more details about each one.

I hope you enjoy using it, and that it's helpful to you!

Tomorrow is the Grand Opening of the 13th Annual New York International Fringe Festival. See you at 12 noon at the Opening Ceremonies! Check back our FringeNYC reviews throughout the festival.

Happy Fringe-ing.

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