Here’s your chance to find an audience for those perfect cupcakes or try out your cornbread recipe on a wider public The Orlando Fringe is still looking for vendors to ply their trade (edible or non-) on what producer Beth Marshall calls the Green Lawn of Fabulousness — the green space between Orlando Repertory Theatre and Orlando Museum of Art in Loch Haven Park.
Here’s more from the Fringe:
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Your (increasingly frequent) dose of Orlando Fringe news from Fringe producers (and it’s May 18-30, in case you hadn’t heard):
It’s 1st Thursday at Orlando Museum of Art (well, today’s Tuesday, but you know what I mean), and one of the highlights of this week’s event is an intro to the Fringe. Read on:
Here’s news of Brian Feldman’s next effort, set to unfold during 1st Thursday at the Orlando Museum of Art.
(Has anybody else noticed how swell the photos and posters for these events are? Credit Tisse Mallon and Edward Alan Feldman for this one, and most of them.)