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Theatre Town Hall Meeting

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CAPITAL FRINGE

1358 Florida Avenue Northeast

Washington, DC 20002

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We want to hear from you!

All too often, artists do not have a seat at the table when decisions are being made. Let's change that! The theatre community is the foundation of Capital Fringe, and we are working to continue, expand and have the most innovative model for support. We want to hear from you as we move into this exciting new period!

All theatre artists are invited to the Theatre Town Hall meeting to learn about the Logan Fringe Arts Space renovation and help inform the evolution of programs offered.

We will kick off the new year by listening and communicating through a series of town hall meetings and strategic focus groups. These will be held from January - April 2019. Data will be collected and disseminated at the end of the process through a public report. We will collect your input and discuss your thoughts on our newly proposed programs, and what we can do to further support the visual arts, theatre, music, and culinary arts community.

We will ask for your feedback on the new Theatre Program, which will include the Theatres 1, 2, and The Nora being made available for rental, support in marketing, box office operations, rehearsal space and the creation of a scene shop/building space. Additionally, we will also talk about a new program:

Artistic Associates – five-year program for artists across all disciplines. The program provides companies, and/or ensembles, individual artists and collaborators, time, guidance, mentors, infrastructure and space to present or incubate their work or practice.

RSVP is required to attend. If you're unable to attend after reserving a spot, please let us know as space is limited!

The Logan Fringe Arts Space was established in 2014 as the permanent home of the annual Capital Fringe Festival, which has been programming throughout the city since 2006. The Fringe has organically thrived and diversified the ways in which we support the local creative and artistic community. The guiding principle of the Logan is to support artists and creatives at all different stages and from all disciplines from developing to the presentation of their work.


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