“While we have a strong overarching vision for what we would like to see in December, at this stage, our team is still coming together to share ideas and figure out how we want to work together,” producer-performer Abby Joslin acknowledged. “We have a core group with creative veto power, but this is very much a collaborative work. … The overall show will be cohesive, but this is not the time or the place for micromanaging.”
Schedule and ticket ($10, with discounts for multishow passes) information: atlantafringe.org/home/shows. Fest updates: www.facebook.com/atlantafringe.
Also, Fringe Audio, in collaboration with the Hear Now Festival of Kansas City, Missouri, and Atlanta Radio Theatre Company, is offering 23 radio plays from across the country streaming for free through June 8 at atlantafringe.org/home/fringe-audio-2014.