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The HFF17 Sponsored Drink Program

The sponsored drinks program is back for its seventh year, allowing you to feature a drink crafted especially for you at the infamous Bryan’s Bar at Fringe Central. For $100, you provide the name, your base alcohol choice and other information about your show, business, etc and our bartenders will create a hand-crafted beverage to promote you, your business, and/or production! You will also receive an official #hff17 social media mention, a newsletter shout-out, and printed signage at the bar. A...
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Meet the New Fringe Bar Manager, Bradley Pierce!

Q: How did you get involved with the Hollywood Fringe Festival and what made you want to stick around?A: I first experienced the awesomeness of Fringe during the Opening Night Party of 2016. I was attending as a guest of the incompararable Bella Luna (Fringe’s Cabaret Director). We had arrived early and through some sort of cosmic alignment I was able to get behind the bar and help out. I found a groove quickly and really enjoyed my time there that night. It turned out to be the first night of several that I w...
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Lois Neville Joins HFF17 Senior Staff as Sponsorship Director

Hello! My name is Lois Neville. I’m a Seattle bred, musical theatre-loving gal who would sing and dance my way through this life if I could. With the Hollywood Fringe Festival I have found a community who not only allows me to be my truest self but will add in the harmonies!I was first introduced to The Hollywood Fringe Festival in 2010. I was asked by my friend Bryan (of Bryan’s Bar, the infamous Fringe Central bar) to put on a bright orange unitard and play a Fringe Freak in one of the first original F...

Half Price Tickets!

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Get $7.50 tickets for our June 2nd 4PM and June 4th 6PM previews of this world premiere! Tickets for all other performances are $15 but you can get $10 with discount code FLASK.

PARALLEL WORLDS

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As the band enters the soundstage to record the soundtrack for a film. But reality and celluloid blur as the power of one real relationship begins to effect a Hollywood happy ending.