The Fringe Toronto Festival doesn't happen until July.
The Fringe Toronto Festival doesn’t happen until July 3, but now that the schedule’s just been released, we’re suddenly very excited for 11 straight days of theatre, dance, performance, comedy and art.
To get you in the mood, I’m taking part in a live Twitter chat Thursday (May 22), from 1 pm until about 2 pm, EST.
If you’re a Fringe artist past or present (or hoping to get in later) if you’re looking to plug your show if you want to know how to get the attention of me and other media types but don’t want to annoy us (a verrryyy delicate balancing act) if you want to find out what makes a 5N Fringe show if you want to swap stories about seeing former Fringe hits like The Drowsy Chaperone, Da Kink In My Hair or Kim’s Convenience… just tweet me.
I’ll be tweeting from @glennsumi. And be sure to use the #FringeTO hashtag. And don’t worry if you can’t tweet then. We’re going to try to archive the conversation so you can look at it later.