“We just added three new venues, for next year’s Fringe,” he said.
One will be at Theatre Downtown, at 2113 N. Orange Ave. That’s just a few blocks away from Loch Haven Park, since Theatre Downtown is at the corner of Orange Avenue and Princeton Avenue.
Fringe will also be adding shows at The Venue. Located at 511 Virginia Drive., this is a new performing arts center in an 85-seat theater, founded by singer/comedian and performer Blue Starr, and the new home for her BabyBlueStar Productions.
Blue had one of the sellout shows last May at Fringe, “Blue & Todd: Too Drunk To Fringe,” a musical/comedy revue done in collaboration with artist Todd Kimbro.
Both of these new venues, Wallace said, are easy to walk to from Loch Haven Park.
Fringe is also closing down its Red Venue, which is one of two outdoor venues, this one in the courtyard right behind the Lowndes Shakespeare Center. The other outdoor venue is the stage in the Beer Tent on the grounds of Loch Haven Park in-between Lowndes and