Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival returns through end of month

The Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival kicked off on Tuesday and will continue through the end of the month.

Celebrating its 32nd year, the festival began on Tuesday, May 16 and will continue through Monday, May 29 at Loch Haven Park (777 E. Princeton St., Orlando, FL 32803). The first show starts with Life’s a Circus at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday.

The Fringe Festival is an immersive experience featuring hundreds of ticketed theatrical performances and a free outdoor music festival. The festival will feature two weeks of live entertainment, unique theater experiences, visual art displays, kid-friendly shows and activities, and a celebration of independent artists.

To purchase tickets or a list of shows, visit the Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival webpage.

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