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Seattle Fringe Festival 2017: Center Theatre
Thu, Mar 23 - Sat, Apr 01, 2017
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$10-15 go on sale Feb 9
   Location:
Center Theatre at The Armory
305 Harrison Street
Seattle, WA, 98109
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Features: Open Seating

Tags: Festival, Theatre, Dance, Fringe Festival, Performance, Burlesque, Plays, Clown, Improv, Solo Performance, Cheap Tickets, Seattle Center, Capitol Hill, Live Shows, Drag

Content Warnings:
each show has a rating of E for Everyone, PG for ages 13+ or M for Mature Audience, ages 18+- learn more at seattlefringefestival.org

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All venues are handicap accessible
NO REFUNDS
NO LATE SEATING




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The Seattle Fringe Festival Returns March 23 – April 1
For 2 Jam-Packed Weekends of Live Performance!!

See the following shows at Theatre Puget Sound’s Center Theatre:

CARRY WE OPENLY

continuum

Death and Taxes

ROADHEADZ: A New Narrative Burlesque

The Adventures of Rocketman and Beano

The Drunken Tenor

The Midway Liar

Genres Represented in the 2017 Festival:

Scripted Theatre, Dance, Solo Performance, Burlesque, Experimental,

Performance Art, Clown, Drag, Opera, Improv + Comedy

Shows Run Time: 30-90 minutes

Seattle has long had a national reputation as a hotbed for fringe performance. Since the Seattle Fringe Festival’s relaunch in 2012, it has reignited a growing and increasingly diverse audience base of devoted fans, local industry members, curious first-timers, and Puget Sound arts buffs with an adventurous streak. They share a passion for performance where artists push the boundaries of their craft, experiment with form or content, and take artistic risks. And because the Seattle Fringe Festival provides an affordable platform where performers can take those risks, we all benefit from seeing and interacting with new, developing work not seen anywhere else! 

 Seattle Fringe Festival is a Program of Theatre Puget Sound, a 501c3 non-profit organization providing vital services and advocating for the region’s performing artists since 1997.

Festival 2017 support is also provided by City of Seattle Office of Arts and Culture

Community Partners include Pocket Theater and Umbrella Project