Fringe in the Media
Thank you to everyone in the media industry for covering O’ahu Fringe Festival. We truly appreciate the support and the sharing of our event with the community. Fringe 2017 is upon us and we do welcome queries about our Fringe. You can connect with us on our contact page.
To view more information about our 2017 artists, please click Press Kit 2017.
Click on the links below for media coverage on the Fringe.
"I believe what these acts have to offer is worthwhile, and I think creating an artistic platform for them to showcase their work is something worthwhile to share."
"Good point, Nicole. Thank you. When I first came to Hawai‘i and saw all of the energy and people doing things, I approached Tim Bostock and suggested that he start a fringe festival because Hawai‘i is a great place and there are so many interesting folks here doing all kinds of stuff."
And we were mentioned in the November issue of JetStar Magazine
Fringe 2011Hawaii Weblog
But “The Fringe” is so big, it has inspired separate festivals in other cities, including over a dozen across the U.S. And in November, Honolulu will be among those hosting “a performing-arts smörgåsbord.”
"The Oahu Fringe Festival brings its array of zany, offbeat and original performing arts to six venues in Chinatown and Kakaako next week."
“This proximity also encourages audiences to venture out and see other acts they may not necessarily see at these venues.”
"We not only love theatre, we also love clowning, puppetry, music, and have a real fondness for pole dancing. You, too, can see all of the above—and more—at this year’s O‘ahu Fringe Festival..."
"Uncensored," "original" and "rapid-fire": The Second Annual O‘ahu Fringe Performing Arts Festival aims to be this and more, bringing together artists and performers for an eclectic weekend filled with spoken word, puppetry and pole-dancing."