It’s this simple: Create a project, book a venue within the Fringe Zone, then register your project. The Fringe staff doesn’t manage, rent, or own these venues – we partner with independent venue managers and producers to make the festival happen. There are many Hollywood venues already involved in the festival and you'll be able to contact them through our Website. None of the listed venues strike your fancy? Scope out a venue in Hollywood and register your own.
This is where you’ll find everything Fringe has to offer, all in one place. Our organizational brain is conveniently broken down into the following categories: About the Fringe, Audience, Participants, Sponsors & Partners, Venues, and Press. You can not only rely on support.hollywoodfringe.org for all your information wayfinding needs throughout the Festival process, but also, you can point your audience members to this portal with any questions they may have in preparation for attending shows.
32-whopping pages of information for any potential Fringe producer to peruse. From marketing & livestream tips & discounts, to a listing of all the important links to have saved as a participant, you’ve got all the information you need in this packet to get your Fringe producer brain rolling. Check it out at hollywoodfringe.org/participants.
Need to change the font? Want a downloadable version to print? We’ve got you covered. There is a docx and a PDF version available to download at the top of the page with the same information!
From our Digital Office Hours to Fringe Cabaret, here is a link with every (currently announced) Fringe event listed from now until the end of the Festival. This link will be continuously updated throughout the Fringe process. Save it now!
E-Newsletter & Fringe News
Every major announcement the Fringe has is sent through our email list and blogposts. For our emails, make sure to add firstname.lastname@example.org to your contact list to ensure you receive our notifications every time. Check our news regularly for information you may have missed.