Timelines for Fringe 2014
November 15: Venue Registration Open
All venues interesting in soliciting participants can register with the Fringe starting this day. The more the merrier, we’d like a nice selection for participants when booking begins in early 2014. Note that we highly encourage DIY venues – Fringe venue created from found spaces.
February 1: Participant Registration Open
Remember, mounting a show in the Hollywood Fringe Festival is a three step process. Registration and paying your Fringe registration fee is your final step. Time between now and February 1 can be spent creating your online project and booking your venue. We strongly suggest booking your venue as early as possible. Many venues will start booking in the coming months. Come February 1, you will be able to finalize the process by registering with the Fringe.
April 1: Registration Deadline
You can register with the Fringe anytime after February 1, but assuming you want to be included in the printed guide (hint: you do!), your registration needs to be complete by April 1. This means that you need to have a venue booked and your registration paid.
April 15: Ads Deadline
Guide Ads are an inexpensive way to promote your show to the captive Fringe audience. To send our guide to the printers in a timely manner, we must have your ads complete by April 15. Ads will be on sale to participants starting on February 1.
May 1: Tickets on Sale
Fringe tickets go on sale through www.HollywoodFringe.org and the central box office phone line.
June 5-June 10: Previews
Fringe Central and several venue partners will be hosting Fringe previews leading up to opening day. For those of you that understand the power of press on house sizes and general visibility, you will want to participate in this program. More information will be available on previews soon.
June 11: Opening Night Party
Join us as we usher in another year of Fringe with a blowout celebration!
June 12-29: Fringe Festival 2014
These are the big dates. 18 days of unmatched mayhem, fun, and experience in the heart of Hollywood.
June 29: Awards & Closing Night Party
Fringe Central is hopping as we present the sponsored and community awards for the Fringe. We follow the ceremony with one last bash at Fringe Central.
A new piece told through original folk music. Set in an opium den at the turn of the century and inspired by classic myths and fairy tales, The Cave is deeply engaging, darkly poetic, and sultry. Come experience this mystical and immersive show.
Trixy's sanity is being questioned in PathWays the digital musical. What pathways are taken for her healing? Fine art, spoken word, song, original music and live percussion are used to tell a story of loss and love between a brother and sister.