Apply To The 2015 Houston Fringe Festival
September 23-27, 2015
The Houston Fringe Festival is a five-day event in which performers and companies from any city or country present original work at participating venues in Houston’s East End. The annual festival features over 100 companies and individual artists each year, showcasing talent from Houston and beyond. The Houston Fringe supports both emerging and established performing and visual arts.
All proposed works should adhere to the mission of the Houston Fringe: To present daring and conceptually challenging performances that fit outside the mainstream of theater, music, film, dance and art presented in the Houston area. In other words: the weirder, the better.
– Submit the application below and pay the $25 application fee at https://freneticore.secure.force.com/ticket before May 1, 2015.
– A company or artist may submit more than one application. Each application must be accompanied by the application fee.
– If your application is incomplete, it will not be adjudicated. Please submit only complete applications. Additional support materials may not be added to your application after the deadline.
– You will be sent an email notification stating that your application has been received.
Important Dates Entries Close: Friday, May 1, 2015
Notification of Acceptance: Monday, June 1, 2015
Houston Fringe Festival Dates: September 23-27, 2015
Types of Shows
Fringe shows and art works will be selected by a team of qualified, quirky curators. A selection committee will choose performances based on several criteria, the most important being quality of work (this includes both the content of your production and your ability to demonstrate that you can produce the show that you are proposing) and Fringe factor. The selection committee will also try to ensure a cross-section of shows. Please be aware that participation is highly competitive and we encourage all applicants to keep trying.
Performance and Scheduling
Performers and crew may choose to be involved in more than one production. They will be responsible for ensuring that no scheduling conflicts prevent or interfere with any performances. The Fringe will not adjust any scheduling to accommodate performers appearing in more than one production.