Year-round Programming

In addition to the annual Fringe festival in June, we offer a variety of programming to support the community of independent creators including our Fringe REMIX series, workshops, and informal social gatherings. Watch here for new events!

Fringe REMIX - Creating a Solo Show for the Denver Fringe

We're back with more free programming and a new Fringe REMIX for the new year! Join us Wednesday, January 24 at Denver’s coziest bar for a conversation with local writer/actor Tracy Shaffer about her experience creating her solo show "Spontaneous Dance Party" for the 2023 Denver Fringe Festival. She’ll perform excerpts, regale us with tales, and share insights about her process.

Denver Fringe Meetup - Taking a Show to the Edinburgh Fringe

Curious about taking a show to the Edinburgh Fringe? Join us for a chat with the team from local performing group Soul Penny Circus who took their show to Edinburgh this past August. They'll share their experience of the whole process, from registration, researching and applying to venues, busking, performing and more. 

Denver Fringe REMIX - SALT MOTHER and Creating Immersive Experiences

Come experience SALT MOTHER followed by a discussion about small-scale immersive experiences with the creators from Opia House.

Denver Fringe REMIX - Consultation with the Corpse and Small-Scale Immersive Performance

In our first Denver Fringe Remix, Benjamin Ross Nicholson will facilitate an adaptation of his 2023 Denver Fringe Festival performance, Consultation with the Corpse, as well as a discussion about developing small-scale and portable immersive performances. 

Denver Fringe Marketing Workshop

Free marketing workshop and panel discussion. Come meet fellow artists and hear ideas for marketing your show from our panel of past Denver Fringe performers. For artists who are not local, we’ll livestream it and the video will be available to view here.

Fringe Meetup - In Support of Ukraine Fringe

Join us for a screening of Love at Times, two original one acts in English written and produced in the middle of the ongoing war. This will be followed by a live Q&A with the writers, actors and the director Alex Borovensky. All proceeds from this event will benefit the Ukraine Fringe.