We told you HERE in March that the 2020 Orlando Fringe Festival (Facebook | Website) had been canceled due to the pandemic, but a month later they have rallied and are now hosting productions online.

Orlando Fringe has launched a new online streaming series called Fringe Today that will run from May 12-25, featuring scheduled performances by an array of theatrical performances by artists that would have been attending this year’s fest at Loch Haven Park. Click HERE for the full schedule.

The festival has also launched an initiative called The Lawn where you can watch pre-recorded performances. Click HERE to check it out.

An opening e-ceremony will be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 12 to kick-off the 14-day virtual festival and you can watch it live on Facebook.

Brendan O'Connor

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