The Orlando International Fringe Festival held their annual Fringe Preview at the Shakespeare Theater on April 13.
The event consisted of various acts performing two minute previews to the audience.
The Fringe Preview is used as a “dress rehearsal” to see what works and what doesn’t in front of an audience. Just as at last year’s preview, the evening held two separate shows – one for a family friendly, general audience and a mature one for adults only.
The general audience show was hosted by Eric Pinder, Director in Residence for the Florida Opera Theatre and the mature audience show was hosted by SAK Comedy Lab’s Rob Ward as his Fringe character, “Pepe”.
The Fringe Preview sold out both shows which featured a plethora of diversity with musicals and dance to one-man shows and poetry.
The shows can be seen in their entirety at the Fringe Festival running May 13-26.
Photos by Brian Becnel.