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One City One Pride Winners

We have partnered with the City of West Hollywood’s One City One Pride LGBTQ Arts Festival to offer select participant shows with LGBTQ-themes complimentary Festival registration, courtesy of a scholarship received from the City of West Hollywood. “As the Mayor of West Hollywood, I’m proud to support this new collaboration which extends the Hollywood Fringe westward as part of One City One Pride, the City’s LGBT Arts Festival,” says West Hollywood Mayor Lauren Meister. &l...
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HFF17 Award Winners

We are happy to share with you this year’s Award Winners – announced just moments ago at the 2017 Award Ceremony, held at the Ricardo Montalban Theatre! Thank you all for joining us at the ceremony. Congratulations to all the winners!. Fringe Freaks (Community-Voted Awards) Top of the Fringe:  Shakeslesque: (To Thine Own Cherry Be True) International:  Ladies in Waiting: The Judgement of Henry VIII Fringe First (World Premiere):  Turbulence! Cabaret & Variety: ...
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The HFF18 Scholarship Winners

After intense deliberation by our selection committee, we are proud to announce the 2018 Fringe Scholarship winners. Each production reflects Hollywood Fringe’s commitment to expand and diversify the pool of artists producing work at the Hollywood Fringe Festival. The Winners of the 2018 Fringe Scholarships are:Baba, Jee (Father, Yes)Unapologetically BlackTrafficked 2.0Paisajes Marinos Con Tiburones y bailarinesLove, Locs & LiberationI Came To Make NoiseLiao Zhai: Tale of ExtraordinaryA...

Lights Out in the Hermit's Cave

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From the airwaves of the 1930s & 40s to the stage, we present Lights Out in the Hermit’s Cave. This is a live double feature performance of radio plays from two classic radio horror shows. Join us for an evening of vintage thrills and chills!

Love, Locs & Liberation by Ella Turenne

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From the rituals that Black women hold in relation to their hair to Ella's experience as an American woman with ties to Haitian culture, Ella shows why hair is an intimate and essential part of Black life through the eyes of 21 characters.