This Wednesday, the five-day 2013 Houston Fringe Festival will open up its experimental mixed bag of theater, dance, music, film, and visual arts. The 6th annual festival will take place at East End venues, including Frenetic Theater, The Barn (formerly Barnevelder), Super Happy Fun Land, The Orange Show and Bohemeo’s.
Known for presenting an eclectic mash-up of cutting edge performances, the Fringe Festival promises to “excite, shock, and provoke audiences.” The schedule is heavy on contemporary dance, but the performances are mixed in with a lot of multidisciplinary weirdness, and each work ranges from 15 to 60 minutes in length. Tickets and the full schedule can be found on the Fringe website.
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