The Paris Fringe, a festival of international theatre in English, takes place from Thursday, May 18 to Sunday, May 28, 2017 in Paris, France, with over 30 English language shows including theatre, comedy, musicals, mime and more.
Paris Fringe is organized in partnership with the theatre Les Feux de la Rampe where many of the shows will be performed. This year also marks the introduction of the FREE FRINGE program which gives even more opportunities to up and coming performers and theatre makers.
There are also shows taking place alternative venues in the 9th and 10th arrondissements in Paris such as the YMCA, cafés, bars, and surprise venues.
The 2017 program includes Paris based
theatre ensembles such as American Musical Theatre Live's new bilingual musical featuring Miranda Crispin, Devon Graves, Lotte Lauren, Andréa Offner and Marion Préïté, The Big Funk Company, and solo theatre makers such as Caspar Schjelbred and Elizabeth Wautlet with their intelligent, moving and inspiring original works.
The international line-up includes companies such as the Pelican Theatre Company (UK), Liquid Fusion (South Africa), How Drama (Singapore) and the Iskra theatre company (Bulgaria).
Organized by a team of international theatre makers based in France, led by artistic directors Dom Douglas and Reka Polonyi, the Paris Fringe is about bringing people together. With artists coming from around the world, it is an opportunity for a diverse group of local and international writers, directors, performers and choreographers to learn from each other and share new ways
For more information and the program line-up visit the Paris Fringe website.
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