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Six Degrees Collaborative - Fringe 2015

Six Degrees Collaborative We are multi-media collaborative that focuses on contemporary dance music and working with local music. In the past we have performed at the Bas Bleu theater, Avos, the Aggie, and New West Fest in Fort Collins. This past season we worked with putting choreography together with improvised music and classic rock using […]

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Austin Update Part 2

Hey Fringe Fans, Friends and Followers, I wanted to share with you another really neat piece of theatre I just saw. It was called The Caregiving Project about giving care to those you love in times of need. The play started in a living room type space and there was maybe maximum of 20 people. […]

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Austin Update

Hey Fringe Fans, Friends and Followers, I just saw this great play called Apocalypse Radio. It got me thinking and it might do the same for you. All you know before you enter the space is the setting: a post apocalyptic world. You enter the theatre in a strictly enforced single file line. You are […]

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Fusebox 1.1

Heather here. I’m in Austin performing Mad & a Goat at the Cohen New Works Festival. M&G is a show I’ve been working on for a few years now and it actually premiered at the first ever Fort Collins Fringe Festival and we remounted it at the Fringe Benefits this past January! ANYHOO.. my trip […]

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What are the requirements for a FoCo Fringe piece?

Thinking of applying to the Fort Collins Fringe Festival? We want pieces that complement our Core Values. Here is a quick run down of requirements for this year’s Fringe: Community - FCFF believes in artists who are collaborative, supportive, reflective, and honest. Therefore FCFF Fringe pieces: engage audiences in new, unusual, thoughtful ways incorporate and highlight […]

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What’s your Fringe?

We’re excited to approach fringe this year with an eye on community building and so we’ve decided that this year’s theme is “What’s your fringe?” We’ve decided to ask this question for a variety of reasons. -The artist - When we ask the artist what their fringe is, we want to know that our artists are working […]

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Writing for the Fringe*

*Previously written for the 2014 Fort Collins Fringe Festival I wrote a “car play” for the first-ever Fort Collins Fringe Festival last year, and had a blast, so I looked forward to participating again this year.** What’s a car play? A play written to be performed in an actual car, with the audience standing around. […]

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Mad & a Goat

by Diana Lynn Small Mad & a Goat is a two-person play about one woman who, to free herself from college debt, joins a goat farm she inherits from her occult-leader birth parents. There is seduction. There are biscuits. And let’s not forget about the goats. The play is funny, fast, and favors the absurd over the […]

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