June 21, 2016

Veterans of The Orlando Fringe Festival describe it as a celebration of art in all its forms.

The festival, now in its 25th year, has something of a raunchy reputation — at Fringe, anything goes, whether that’s musical revues featuring all-nude casts, R-rated comedy performances or drag queen battle royales.

Fringe producer Michael Marinaccio, a 1998 UCF theatre alumnus and 15-year festival veteran, said the festival’s wide subject breadth and lack of censorship are two of the factors that have contributed to its growing success.

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