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SUMMER FRINGE FESTIVAL 2014, WASHINGTON

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CALL FOR ENTRY - SUMMER FRINGE FESTIVAL 2014, WASHINGTON

Participate in Summer Fringe Festival

The summer Fringe Festival is a self-producing performing arts festival filled with theatre, dance, music, and everything that falls under the category of live performing arts. The summer Fringe Festival takes place over 18 days in July with over 140 productions doing roughly 800 individual performances, showcasing 5,000 artists for over 30,000 audiences members each year, along with ongoing parties and happenings under the Fringe Baldacchino Gypsy Tent (where artists and audiences get down together). It is just the place for you to showcase your most daring, raw and authentic live performance work. We encourage participating artists to give expression to and develop their talents and artistic visions in total artistic freedom without any curatorial barriers in bringing that work to an audience; to help artists become successful independent producers; and ensure the growth and continued health of the local and regional performing arts community.

How to Participate in the Summer Fringe Festival

There are three ways to participate in the 2014 summer Fringe Festival – in the Fringe Run Venue, a Find Your Own Venue or a Site-Specific Work categories. For all routes, these rules apply:

  1. Only one production or project per producing-identity.
  2. All productions that are part of the summer Festival must begin within the dates of the Festival.
  3. We do not accept TBA projects or incomplete applications or proposals.
  4. Once you have applied with one project or production you cannot change to another project or production.
  5. Most projects or productions are 70 to 90 minutes with low-tech needs. We do not have a limit on length – but shows between 70 and 90 minutes have proven to be the most successful.
  6. We only accept online submissions to the summer Festival.
  7. Box Office Revenue checks are mailed to all participants 15 business days after the close of the summer Festival.
  8. Tickets are $12 to $17 – accessible to all economic brackets. All attendees must purchase a Fringe button, good for admission to the Festival, plus discounts around the DC Metro area throughout the year.

Site-Specific Work

New for 2014, we are launching a Site-Specific category to our summer Festival. We will reserve 10 slots in the our summer performance calendar for this type of work. We will be accepting proposals from Wednesday, August 14 to Friday, November 1, 2013 5pm EST. The summer Festival runs from July 10 to 27, 2014.

So, what is our Site-Specific category…

  • A place for live-performance that couldn’t take place in a traditional theatre setting.
  • An opportunity to animate an unexpected location with performance.
  • A mechanism to challenge our shared views of space, place and performance.

Review our Request for Proposals here. To view the questions asked within, click here

If you have any questions about our new Site-Specific category do not hesitate to contact us: sitespecific@capitalfringe.org or call us Monday to Friday, 11am to 7pm at 202-737-7230.

Fringe Run Venue

Applications for the 2014 Capital Fringe Festival will be open from Tuesday, October 1 to Saturday, December 28, 2013, with a fee of $25 to $50 depending upon when you apply. All Fringe Run Venue artists pay a $575 participation fee. The participation fee guarantees the artist a venue, venue manager, complete box office services, a listing in the printed Festival Guide, and an individual show page on the Fringe website. Additionally, all artists must pay a $200 insurance fee. (Artists/companies who have the appropriate business liability insurance or AEA union affiliation are exempt.)

Fringe Run Venue artists receive 50 – 70% of the ticket revenue from their production. We determine that percentage using several factors, which are specific to venue assignment. These include: number of performances, number of seats, and available equipment and amenities. Most Fringe artists are scheduled for five to six performances. In 2013, artists in our Festival received an average of $1,835 in ticket revenue with some performers receiving up to $9,500. Additionally, over half of the productions were sold at 50% or more at the 2013 Festival.

In the Fringe Run Venue application, artists are asked to describe the sort of venue they would prefer for producing their show (stage size, technical requirements, etc). We strive to assign the venue that best fits each individual request. Space is limited so we can’t always give a best-case scenario to all of our artists, but we work hard to be as accommodating as we can.

Acceptance into a Fringe Run Venue is first-come, first-served, based on what we are able to accommodate in each year’s array of venues. If we are not able to accept everyone initially, we operate a wait list, to allow in more artists, should appropriate space become available.

Find Your Own Venue (FYOV)

The application period for the 2014 Capital Fringe Festival will be Tuesday, October 1, 2013 to Saturday, March 1, 2014 and the fee is $50. The marketing/participation fee is $475 and there is a box office fee of 19% of total tickets sold through the Fringe Box Office. We do not accept FYOV projects or productions without an identified venue. All FYOV artists must find their own venue with the District of Columbia. All FYOV artists must sell a minimum of 50% of their tickets through the Fringe Box Office, support and honor the Capital Fringe Button policy and all Festival Passes.

New for 2014, Capital Fringe is launching a Site-Specific category for our summer Festival. We will reserve 10 slots in the summer performance calendar for this type of work. We will be accepting proposals from Wednesday, August 14 to Friday, November 1, 2013 5pm EST. The summer Festival runs from July 10 to 27, 2014.

So, what is our Site-Specific category…
• A place for live performance that couldn’t take place in a traditional theatre setting.
• An opportunity to animate an unexpected location with performance.
• A mechanism to challenge our shared views of space, place and performance.
• Capital Fringe will work with participants to help secure, run and manage sites during the span of the summer Festival. The participant will be responsible for production elements, producing and creating their project.
• Projects may be open to the public free of charge or operate as a ticketed venue. If tickets are required, the participant will receive 50-70% of the ticket revenue. The ticket split will be based on the venue capacity and the duration of the project.
• A participation fee of up to $575 will be required and the project will be contracted similar to our Fringe Run Venue/Find Your Own Venue participation categories (please visit: https://www.capitalfringe.org/for-artists if you are not familiar). Fee will be determined based on the proposal’s needs.

What are we looking for…
Proposals do not need to fit all these categories – that would not be possible – but we want to give you some idea of what we are looking for…
• Projects that are visually compelling.
• Projects that are not conventional theatrical plays or follow a formal linear narrative.
• Interdisciplinary projects involving music, dance, poetry, sound, video and the mixing of performance techniques, traditions and styles.
• Audience-derived or interactive.
• If outside, adaptable to unexpected weather conditions.
• The proposed project must happen during the 2014 summer Fringe Festival. No part, preview, invited dress etc. can occur prior to July 10, 2014. Ideally, the proposed project activities will be spread throughout an entire day or days and last the span of the summer Festival (July 10 to 27, 2014). The reason for this is that the majority of successful projects in the summer Festival are fueled by word-of-mouth.
• Projects must be within the following geographic area: the District of Columbia. Concentrated around the neighborhoods: H Street NE, Union Market and Downtown. Proposed projects outside these neighborhoods will only be considered under very special circumstances.

Proposal Process…
Once you submit the proposal, if it fits within our guidelines and we are able to help facilitate you securing your desired site, then we will contact you before December 31, 2013. More information gathering and sharing will occur in January 2014. In February 2014, contracts and participation fee will be due and a full participation timeline will be set forth and agreed upon.

In addition to the following, you will need to provide the following:
(Please compile into ONE PDF attachment. Multiple attachments can not be reviewed.)

• Bios and CVs for leading participants on the project.
• Links to things that will visually tell us about you and your work: video, facebook, website, flickr etc.

Please email this attachment once your have completed and submitted your proposal to sitespecific@capitalfringe.org – make the subject line the same as the full contact name you submit in the proposal. Example: SITE SPECIFIC PROPOSAL ATTACHMENT: Sara Sanders.

If you have any questions do not hesitate to get in touch: sitespecific@capitalfringe.org or call Monday – Friday 11am to 7pm 202.737.7230, ask for Alex or Julianne.

 Source and more info: https://www.capitalfringe.org/for-artists/participate-summer-fringe-festival 

Participate in Summer Fringe Festival

The summer Fringe Festival is a self-producing performing arts festival filled with theatre, dance, music, and everything that falls under the category of live performing arts. The summer Fringe Festival takes place over 18 days in July with over 140 productions doing roughly 800 individual performances, showcasing 5,000 artists for over 30,000 audiences members each year, along with ongoing parties and happenings under the Fringe Baldacchino Gypsy Tent (where artists and audiences get down together). It is just the place for you to showcase your most daring, raw and authentic live performance work. We encourage participating artists to give expression to and develop their talents and artistic visions in total artistic freedom without any curatorial barriers in bringing that work to an audience; to help artists become successful independent producers; and ensure the growth and continued health of the local and regional performing arts community.

How to Participate in the Summer Fringe Festival

There are three ways to participate in the 2014 summer Fringe Festival – in the Fringe Run Venue, a Find Your Own Venue or a Site-Specific Work categories. For all routes, these rules apply:

  1. Only one production or project per producing-identity.
  2. All productions that are part of the summer Festival must begin within the dates of the Festival.
  3. We do not accept TBA projects or incomplete applications or proposals.
  4. Once you have applied with one project or production you cannot change to another project or production.
  5. Most projects or productions are 70 to 90 minutes with low-tech needs. We do not have a limit on length – but shows between 70 and 90 minutes have proven to be the most successful.
  6. We only accept online submissions to the summer Festival.
  7. Box Office Revenue checks are mailed to all participants 15 business days after the close of the summer Festival.
  8. Tickets are $12 to $17 – accessible to all economic brackets. All attendees must purchase a Fringe button, good for admission to the Festival, plus discounts around the DC Metro area throughout the year.

Site-Specific Work

New for 2014, we are launching a Site-Specific category to our summer Festival. We will reserve 10 slots in the our summer performance calendar for this type of work. We will be accepting proposals from Wednesday, August 14 to Friday, November 1, 2013 5pm EST. The summer Festival runs from July 10 to 27, 2014.

So, what is our Site-Specific category…

  • A place for live-performance that couldn’t take place in a traditional theatre setting.
  • An opportunity to animate an unexpected location with performance.
  • A mechanism to challenge our shared views of space, place and performance.

Review our Request for Proposals here. To view the questions asked within, click here

If you have any questions about our new Site-Specific category do not hesitate to contact us: sitespecific@capitalfringe.org or call us Monday to Friday, 11am to 7pm at 202-737-7230.

Fringe Run Venue

Applications for the 2014 Capital Fringe Festival will be open from Tuesday, October 1 to Saturday, December 28, 2013, with a fee of $25 to $50 depending upon when you apply. All Fringe Run Venue artists pay a $575 participation fee. The participation fee guarantees the artist a venue, venue manager, complete box office services, a listing in the printed Festival Guide, and an individual show page on the Fringe website. Additionally, all artists must pay a $200 insurance fee. (Artists/companies who have the appropriate business liability insurance or AEA union affiliation are exempt.)

Fringe Run Venue artists receive 50 – 70% of the ticket revenue from their production. We determine that percentage using several factors, which are specific to venue assignment. These include: number of performances, number of seats, and available equipment and amenities. Most Fringe artists are scheduled for five to six performances. In 2013, artists in our Festival received an average of $1,835 in ticket revenue with some performers receiving up to $9,500. Additionally, over half of the productions were sold at 50% or more at the 2013 Festival.

In the Fringe Run Venue application, artists are asked to describe the sort of venue they would prefer for producing their show (stage size, technical requirements, etc). We strive to assign the venue that best fits each individual request. Space is limited so we can’t always give a best-case scenario to all of our artists, but we work hard to be as accommodating as we can.

Acceptance into a Fringe Run Venue is first-come, first-served, based on what we are able to accommodate in each year’s array of venues. If we are not able to accept everyone initially, we operate a wait list, to allow in more artists, should appropriate space become available.

Find Your Own Venue (FYOV)

The application period for the 2014 Capital Fringe Festival will be Tuesday, October 1, 2013 to Saturday, March 1, 2014 and the fee is $50. The marketing/participation fee is $475 and there is a box office fee of 19% of total tickets sold through the Fringe Box Office. We do not accept FYOV projects or productions without an identified venue. All FYOV artists must find their own venue with the District of Columbia. All FYOV artists must sell a minimum of 50% of their tickets through the Fringe Box Office, support and honor the Capital Fringe Button policy and all Festival Passes.

New for 2014, Capital Fringe is launching a Site-Specific category for our summer Festival. We will reserve 10 slots in the summer performance calendar for this type of work. We will be accepting proposals from Wednesday, August 14 to Friday, November 1, 2013 5pm EST. The summer Festival runs from July 10 to 27, 2014.

So, what is our Site-Specific category…
• A place for live performance that couldn’t take place in a traditional theatre setting.
• An opportunity to animate an unexpected location with performance.
• A mechanism to challenge our shared views of space, place and performance.
• Capital Fringe will work with participants to help secure, run and manage sites during the span of the summer Festival. The participant will be responsible for production elements, producing and creating their project.
• Projects may be open to the public free of charge or operate as a ticketed venue. If tickets are required, the participant will receive 50-70% of the ticket revenue. The ticket split will be based on the venue capacity and the duration of the project.
• A participation fee of up to $575 will be required and the project will be contracted similar to our Fringe Run Venue/Find Your Own Venue participation categories (please visit: https://www.capitalfringe.org/for-artists if you are not familiar). Fee will be determined based on the proposal’s needs.

What are we looking for…
Proposals do not need to fit all these categories – that would not be possible – but we want to give you some idea of what we are looking for…
• Projects that are visually compelling.
• Projects that are not conventional theatrical plays or follow a formal linear narrative.
• Interdisciplinary projects involving music, dance, poetry, sound, video and the mixing of performance techniques, traditions and styles.
• Audience-derived or interactive.
• If outside, adaptable to unexpected weather conditions.
• The proposed project must happen during the 2014 summer Fringe Festival. No part, preview, invited dress etc. can occur prior to July 10, 2014. Ideally, the proposed project activities will be spread throughout an entire day or days and last the span of the summer Festival (July 10 to 27, 2014). The reason for this is that the majority of successful projects in the summer Festival are fueled by word-of-mouth.
• Projects must be within the following geographic area: the District of Columbia. Concentrated around the neighborhoods: H Street NE, Union Market and Downtown. Proposed projects outside these neighborhoods will only be considered under very special circumstances.

Proposal Process…
Once you submit the proposal, if it fits within our guidelines and we are able to help facilitate you securing your desired site, then we will contact you before December 31, 2013. More information gathering and sharing will occur in January 2014. In February 2014, contracts and participation fee will be due and a full participation timeline will be set forth and agreed upon.

In addition to the following, you will need to provide the following:
(Please compile into ONE PDF attachment. Multiple attachments can not be reviewed.)

• Bios and CVs for leading participants on the project.
• Links to things that will visually tell us about you and your work: video, facebook, website, flickr etc.

Please email this attachment once your have completed and submitted your proposal to sitespecific@capitalfringe.org – make the subject line the same as the full contact name you submit in the proposal. Example: SITE SPECIFIC PROPOSAL ATTACHMENT: Sara Sanders.

If you have any questions do not hesitate to get in touch: sitespecific@capitalfringe.org or call Monday – Friday 11am to 7pm 202.737.7230, ask for Alex or Julianne.

Source and more info: https://www.capitalfringe.org/for-artists/participate-summer-fringe-festival