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They’re putting on a show: Tampa Fringe is back

The 8th annual event takes place over the next 12 days.

A performer during Tampa Fringe. They are pointing at themself and appear to be dressed in office attire for the performance. There is purple lighting on the back of the stage behind them.

“Last Sibling Standing” is one of many shows to see.

Photo by @tampafringe

The Tampa International Fringe Festival was founded in 2016, and has been dishing up slices of unconventional entertainment to TBAY locals ever since. Whether you’re in the mood for some live theater, dance, standup comedy, or improv, the Ybor-based 12-day event has offerings for all artistic taste buds.

Fringe runs from Wednesday, June 5 to Sunday, June 16 at Kress Contemporary (1624 E. 7th Ave.), where shows are taking place in four separate rooms.

While there are dozens to choose from, we’ve got our eye on “A One Woman Titanic Parody in 59 Minutes or Less.” Tickets for that one are $15, but shows range in price, and can be bought as bundles to save money. For instance, you’ll get 15% off when you buy tickets for three shows, and 20% off for five shows.

Good luck choosing — here’s the full schedule.

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