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Live-Arts-Festival-08-Season-Release.pdf (application/pdf Object)

Link: Live-Arts-Festival-08-Season-Release.pdf (application/pdf Object).
The Philadelphia Live Arts and Philly Fringe Festival runs from August 29 – September 13, 2008. Tickets
for most shows cost between $10 and $25. Some shows are free. This year, ticket buyers who purchase
tickets to multiple shows can save 20% when they buy tickets to 2 or 3 shows and 25% for 4 or more
shows. Students and Festival goers 25 and younger pay $15 for Live Arts Festival tickets and receive $5
off Philly Fringe tickets.
All Festival tickets are available for purchase online at www.livearts-fringe.org, or after August 18 by
calling the Box Office at (215) 413-1318, or visiting in person. The Festival Box Office is located in the
National Showroom Lot at 113-131 North 2nd Street. The Festival guide, which includes descriptions of
each performance, in addition to dates, times, locations, and other Festival information, will be widely
available throughout the city beginning August 1, 2008.
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
The Philadelphia Live Arts Festival features performances by acclaimed contemporary dance and theater
artists who are selected and invited to the Festival by Producing Director, Nick Stuccio. While some Live
Arts artists are based in Philadelphia, many come from other parts of the U.S. and from around the world.
The Philly Fringe is the “unfiltered” portion of the festival, where new and established artists of all kinds
may choose to present their own work, free of a selection process. Together, the Philadelphia Live Arts
Festival and Philly Fringe bring audiences sixteen days of the most stimulating, provocative new art being
created in Philadelphia, across the U.S., and around the world.

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