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Marshall to leave Fringe

Beth Marshall, producing artistic director of the Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival, announced Sunday night she is leaving the Fringe immediately to devote herself to producing theater.

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Wednesday’s news from the Fringe

Fringe is in full swing, with what seem like hordes of theatergoers descending on Loch Haven Park every night. So here’s a compendium of Fringe news from the festival’s George Wallace, beginning with a list of shows that have had sold-out performances. If you’re planning to go to one of these shows, or any other, get your tickets early! They’re available online or at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center and Orlando Repertory Theatre in Loch Haven Park.

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Two rise at the Fringe

Congrats to George Wallace and Mike Garvey, who have new positions with the Fringe. George, who was producer Beth Marshall’s right-hand man for the last festival, has been promoted to general manager, leaving Marshall to concentrate on artistic direction. And Mike, a familiar face among Fringe volunteers for many years, is the festival’s new board president.

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Fringe numbers up in a recession year

The Fringe’s Beth Marshall and George Wallace write that audience numbers were up at last month’s Fringe — with around 2,000 more tickets distributed than last year.

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