Monday, May 27, 2024

First Oahu Fringe Festival in November

Photo by Kelly Wadlegger. Presenting "Identities in Motion," an evening of theatre and dance at Ong King Arts, November 12 at 8:30pm, as part of the Oahu Fringe Festival.Following the rave success of the Fringe Bites event series in September 2010 and January 2011, organizers of the Oahu Fringe are proud to announce the first ever Oahu Fringe Festival, a cut-loose performing arts spectacle.

With 15 acts in four venues over three nights held November 10, 11, 12 at The Arts at Marks Garage, ARTSmith, Ong King Arts Centre, and theVenue, Honolulu will be goin’ off.

Based on the original Edinburgh Fringe with its open access policy, performers have signed up and are raring to go with acts in circus art, theatre, music, improv, dance, puppetry, and more. Expect the unexpected as no restrictions are made as to the nature, style or theme of the performances. So get ready for an action packed three days of the zany, dramatic, quirky, poetic, musical, comedic and toe-tapping fantastical shows all over Chinatown.

In each venue, there will be two to four different shows running per night. Show times on Thursday and Friday begin at 5:30pm with Saturday shows beginning at 4pm. Additional show times begin 7:00pm and 8:30pm with final performances starting at 10:00pm on all three nights.

Online pre-sale tickets will be available at or via phone 1-800-838-3006. Door sales will be available on the night of the shows. Ticket prices range from $5 – $10. Booking fees will apply for online purchases.

For more information please visit or Fringe Director, Misa Tupou at or (808) 721-6942.

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