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2020 Orlando Fringe is canceled

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The 2020 Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival has been canceled.

Orlando Fringe (Website) is the longest-running Fringe Theatre Festival in the United States, and brings hundreds of theatrical productions from around the world to Loch Haven Park and Ivanhoe Village each year.

The announcement was made by Executive Director Alauna Friskics on Thursday, March 19. See the full statement below. Donations to the festival can be made by clicking HERE where all donations will be matched by an extra 15 percent via the United Arts Collaborative Campaign.

Last year’s festival welcomed roughly 75,000 people and sold about $450,000 in tickets, which all went directly back to the artists who put on the productions.

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The 2020 Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival has been canceled.

Orlando Fringe (Website) is the longest-running Fringe Theatre Festival in the United States, and brings hundreds of theatrical productions from around the world to Loch Haven Park and Ivanhoe Village each year.

The announcement was made by Executive Director Alauna Friskics on Thursday, March 19. See the full statement below. Donations to the festival can be made by clicking HERE where all donations will be matched by an extra 15 percent via the United Arts Collaborative Campaign.

Last year’s festival welcomed roughly 75,000 people and sold about $450,000 in tickets, which all went directly back to the artists who put on the productions.