2018 Fringe Festival

How to Fringe – Shows Schedule 

The RHSA Fringe Festival is a student-directed, student-produced, student-performed festival of scripted and devised plays and dance that wrap up the school year at Rosedale Heights School of the Arts.  Read about each of the shows, plan out your schedule, and join us for a week of theatre and dance.

How to Fringe

There are THREE types of tickets/passes available for the RHSA Fringe Festival. A centralized box office will be upstairs by the auditorium—there will be NO TICKETS SOLD IN FRONT OF THE VENUES. Signs will reinforce this upon arrival.

Ticketing works as follows:

SINGLE TICKETS

  • A limited number of show-specific Single Tickets are available for each performance for $5.00 each. These guarantee ticket-holders a seat in a SPECIFIC show.
  • Single tickets are guaranteed until two minutes before curtain.
  • No latecomers are seated—if ticket-holders arrives after curtain, they will not be let into the show.

DAY PASSES

  • Day Passes are available for $15.00 each. This allows pass-holders to attend up to four shows on a specific day, on a first-come first-serve basis.
  • This pass does not guarantee a seat in a specific performance—it guarantees entry to up to four shows on that day of the festival..
  • Passholders must line up at least fifteen minutes before the show they wish to see in order to get seats.
  • There is one entry per person for each play—passes are non-transferable.
  • No latecomers are seated—if pass-holders arrive after curtain, they will not be let into the show.
  • There is no re-entry once the show has begun.

FESTIVAL PASSES

  • Festival Passes are available for $20.00 each. These guarantee pass-holders admission to up to eighteen shows on a first-come first-serve basis.
  • This pass does not guarantee a seat in a specific performance—it guarantees entry to up to eighteen shows in the festival.
  • Pass-holders must line up at least fifteen minutes before the show they wish to see in order to gain entry.
  • No latecomers are seated—if pass-holders arrive after curtain, they will not be let into the show.
  • Passes are non-transferable.
  • There is no re-entry once the show has begun.

FRONT OF HOUSE INFORMATION

  • With the exception of single tickets, there is no guarantee that seats will be available for all pass-holders at every performance. It is recommended to purchase a single ticket to absolutely ensure a seat at a specific performance.
  • Shows start exactly on time for the duration of the festival. There is no room in the schedule for late starts, as audience members may be moving from show to show.
  • Again, it is stressed that latecomers will not be seated. Due to the size and layout of each venue, late guests will interrupt both the performers and the patrons. The outside usher and front of house managers will enforce this rule.

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