Pittsburgh Fringe Festival Brings Drama to the City
Every year, Pittsburgh turns into a haven for those that love the performing arts. Across the East End, you can catch a play, laugh with a comedian, or enjoy some family-friendly entertainment — all thanks to the Pittsburgh Fringe Festival.
From April 4-7, Pittsburgh will be transformed for this festival with venues popping up around the area, from Bloomfield and Friendship to Garfield and East Liberty. Based on the world-renowned Edinburgh Fringe Festival — which takes place each year in Edinburgh, Scotland — the Pittsburgh Fringe Festival will showcase a range of performing arts, including comedy, theater, puppetry, music, dance, opera, poetry, and literature.
For 2019, there have been some changes made to the festival. Not only is there a new Fringe location, which you can find here, but the festival is also changing the way it works. It will truly take after the Edinburgh Fringe by allowing the venues to run themselves, opening up more opportunities for performers to host their shows in unique locations.
More information regarding the Pittsburgh Fringe Festival will be available in the future, so make sure you check out its website soon. You can even apply to be a part of the festival in three simple steps, so start thinking about what you would like to perform now!
Here at Shults Ford of Wexford, we are excited for this Pittsburgh community event.