2018 Minnesota Fringe Festival
Thu., August 2 at 12:00 am
- Audio Description
- ASL Interpretation
Schedule and Tickets
Tix: Patrons can make reservations and purchase single tickets online ($2 processing fee) or purchase a Day Pass at any box office location. Reservations ($3) guarantee a seat at a show, Single Tickets ($10) are admission to one show, and Day Passes provide admission to any performance at any venue on a given day for one price: $19 on weekdays (up to 4 shows) and $25 on weekends (up to 7 shows). Reservation fees are waived for people using access services (code: AccessFringe). Shows last 60 minutes or less, and a new show starts every 90 minutes. Fringe box offices open 30 minutes prior to show time and accept cash, checks and credit cards. For Fringe information, call 612-872-1212 or email. For a daily recording of shows presented with AD or ASL, call VSA Minnesota at 612-332-3888.
About the Show
August 2-12, 2018
NOTE: None of the Fringe shows takes place at the Fringe office.
The 25th annual Minnesota Fringe Festival will feature 11 days full of 650 performances of storytelling, comedy, drama, music, opera, dance, improv, and other theatrical entertainment by 150 companies at 15 accessible Minneapolis venues. Performing groups come from Minnesota as well as from across the country.
Accessibility services provided include Audio Description (36 shows) and ASL interpreting (15 shows). Large print electronic script copies will be available at select shows throughout the festival.
TRANSPORTATION: Fringe will assist patrons self-identifying with a disability with local transportation costs to any venue in either festival in order to attend a show where ASL or AD services are being provided. Please indicate your needs by contacting Fringe at least 24 hours prior to the show time at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-872-1212.
VENUES: All Fringe Festival and Family Fringe venues are physically accessible to patrons with mobility disabilities. See individual venue pages for specific information on accessible entrance doors and parking. If you're at a venue and need assistance or would like to remain in your seat between back-to-back performances you are viewing, check with a staff member or volunteer for help.
See a complete list of shows and sort by venue, genre or content to create a schedule specific to your own interests at http://www.minnesotafringe.org. Audio Described and ASL Interpreted shows are listed at http://www.minnesotafringe.org/accessibility.