It’s Easter Art Hunt time, y’all! We love this event, and the third year is better than ever with the help of our friends at East Atlanta Community Association and the East Atlanta Kids Club: we’re talking ALL-DAY, FAMILY FRIENDLY throwdown! We’re talking live music, Easter-themed arts and crafts, a children’s egg hunt, food trucks (including King of Pops!), all leading up to the Art Hunt where hidden pieces of art will be free to whoever finds them!

This event starts at 10:00 AM, Saturday April 12 in Brownwood Park, and is 100% free to the public, with art supplies generously donated by Binders Art Supplies and Frames. For more info and a timeline of events, visit the Facebook event here…



Atlanta Fringe provides an accessible platform for independent theatre companies and artists who, otherwise, may not be able to afford to produce their work. AND, Fringe provides Atlanta audiences with new and exciting performances that are a little different, edgy, experimental, weird – all for an incredibly reasonable price (only $10 per ticket to any show)!

Atlanta Fringe artists keep 75% of their ticket sales, and we pay our venues another 20% as rental fees. Since Atlanta Fringe only keeps 5% of all ticket revenue to cover costs, we need YOUR help to make this festival a reality!

Your donation will help fund technicians and front-of-house managers, production needs, marketing and printing costs, and box office and administrative needs! If you donate through, your gift will be MATCHED DOLLAR-FOR-DOLLAR by the City of Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs!

Take a look at our lineup for 2014!

Here it is! We are thrilled to announce the lineup for the 3rd Annual Atlanta Fringe Festival, dropping June 5-8, 2014 with a preview party on Wednesday June 4. This year’s lineup features 22 eclectic productions, from 11 different states, plus Canada – making Atlanta Fringe international for the first time since its inception in 2012!

Production Company From Performance Genre
CoBra Atlanta, GA Spoken Word/Storytelling
Never Too Late Productions Lilburn, GA Solo, Musical
Sith Penguin Clarkston, GA Circus
Beyond Borders Atlanta, GA Dance – Belly
Patrice Gerideau Silver Spring, MD Solo
Minion Productions Seattle, WA Cabaret/Variety
botwot Productions Aspen, CO Solo, Comedy
Tapman Productions, LLC Chicago, IL Dance – Contemporary, Tap
Embarc Productions Fayetteville, GA Dark Comedy
Han Dance Collective Greenwood, SC Dance – Contemporary
Randy Ross Somerville, MA Comedy
S’park Theatre Hoover, AL Multimedia, Puppetry
Awalim Dance Company Stone Mountain, GA Dance – Middle Eastern
Taproot Charlotte, NC Dance, Experimental
Daniel Glenn Yonkers, NY Solo
Twinhead Theatre Atlanta, GA Comedy
Vanguard Repertory Company Atlanta, GA Dance, Dramedy
Under the Blood Productions Ontario, Canada Solo, Comedy
Puppets Playing Pretend Atlanta, GA Puppetry
Will Go Far Stone Mountain, GA Drama/Comedy
Shalloewood Productions Marietta, GA Drama/Comedy


We are also pleased to announce that the Festival venues for 2014 are 7 Stages mainstage, two spaces in the Big House on Ponce, the Highland Inn Ballroom, MINT Gallery, and Wrecking Bar Brewpub’s Marianna event space!!

In addition to live performances, Atlanta Fringe will host Fringe Audio, the only audio arts festival on the international Fringe circuit, with performances available for online streaming May 26 – June 8. Submissions for Fringe Audio are open until April 18; click here for more information.

Plus! We’ll be throwing a big honking party at the Big House on Ponce on Saturday, March 1 to celebrate the lineup and give everybody a chance to get their drink on with this awesome lineup of artists! Watch this space for details, and come out to shake your tail feathers and help us to once again make this festival a reality.

So this happened!!

And we could not be happier. We were feeling like a pimp, so we went ahead and brushed our shoulders off. Thank you SO MUCH to Atlanta and our Fringe friends, fans, and family for voting us the Best New Trend in the Arts!! Huzzah!