Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Hollywood Fringe Theatre Festival Registration Open

Participant registration for the Hollywood Fringe Festival is now open. We welcome artists and producers around the world to join the Fringe in Los Angeles.

Registering for the Fringe is a 3 step process Create a Project, Find a Venue, Register with the Festival.

Do you have a project you'd like to bring to the Fringe? Create a project on our newly-launched website now. Creating a project costs no money and carries no obligation. Projects include plays, art pieces, special events, bands, films - the Fringe welcomes all disciplines and expressions. We provide online tools to articulate and promote your vision including picture/video sharing, collaboration, and team building.

Lacking resources to produce a show by yourself? Post your ideas anyway, you never know who might be interested in helping you.

We've already assembled nine top-notch Hollywood venuesinterested in Fringe programming. There are more coming including homes for film and visual art projects. Having created a project, registrants can apply online to any of these venues. If none of them fulfill your needs, you can bring your own. All venues need to be located in Hollywoodand conform to basic safety standards.

Once a venue is secured, there's one last step: Registering with the festival itself. This one-time fee of $200 entitles you to all the benefits of registration.

Need help navigating through the registration process? That's why we are here. Send an email to and our participant support team will guide you along your journey. You can also refer to our website for more information about participating in the Fringe.

The festival runs June 17-June 27, 2010 in Hollywood, CA, USA. Registration closes April 1, 2010.

1 comment:

Valentino: a play in verse said...

The registration process is very simple, and the approval turnaround for my project, Valentino: a play in verse was less than 24 hours.

This is a great opportunity for actors, writers, and directors to find a theatre audience in the entertainment capital of the world.

If you're thinking of joining the Hollywood Fringe Festival, jump right in. It really couldn't be easier. The founder and organizer, Ben Hill, has been very supportive of new projects, and this promises to be a truly great festival.

My recommendation: just do it!