The Paris Fringe Festival returns to the French capital for its second edition and will feature theatre performances in English by international and French companies. Running from May 18 to May 28, 2017, this year’s edition of the festival will include artists from South Africa, Singapore, Brazil, the United Kingdon, Canada and France. The shows will range from drama, stand-up comedy, musicals, participatory theatre to improvised plays and solo performances in English.
The 2017 edition of Paris Fringe Festival will also see the introduction of two new programmes: Free Fringe and the Fabrique du Fringe. Free Fringe will feature short performances of 20 to 30 minutes which will be accessible to the public for free. As part of Fabrique du Fringe, Lycée Jean Lurçat will present an open rehearsed reading of a new local production 24 HOUR PLAYS, an event during which teams will have one day to prepare and perform a show for an audience.
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