Best of Fringe Extensions – Hollywood Fringe Festival 2013 – Los Angeles theater report

"The Devil and Billy Markham." Photo courtesy of Zenith Ensemble.
“The Devil and Billy Markham.” Photo courtesy of Zenith Ensemble.

Best of Fringe Extensions returns for a fourth year of extended runs of the greatest hits of the Hollywood Fringe Festival, running July 2 – 28, 2013 at five Hollywood venues. Produced by Combined Artform, this year’s Extensions series features a diverse array of exceptional ensemble and solo work at Theatre Asylum, The Complex, The Lounge, The Lex and Three Clubs.

With multiple shows per venue each weekend and the special deals and gatherings at Three Clubs bar, the action-packed festival atmosphere of the Hollywood Fringe Festival will continue through July.

Winners of Best of Fringe Extensions are selected by Producing Artistic Director Matthew Quinn and a selection committee of venue representatives. Winners were selected for their artistic merit and commercial potential and will use Extensions to further develop their work or explore the possibility of longer runs.  Past winners of Best of Fringe Extensions have gone on to tour nationally and enjoy extended commercial runs in the Los Angeles area.

For full schedule and ticketing, visit the new site here.

For information on individual shows, please contact producers through the official Fringe site.

Butt Kapinski.
Butt Kapinski.


Theatre Asylum, Asylum Lab, and Elephant Space:
[Title of Show]

25 Plays Per Hour

Butt Kapinski


David & Leeman

Double Bind

Gracie & Rose 

Philosophy in the Boudoir


Ryan is Lost

Shakespeare’s “King Phycus”

The Interview

The Real Housewives of Studio City

Sewer Rats at Sea

The Spolin Players –   

The Third Date


White Hot


The Complex: 



Daddy Didn’t Die Did he?

Define Different

Delilah Dix: American Showgirl

Fathers at a Game


Kill A Better Mousetrap

Listen, Can you hear me now?

Meant to Be

More Bigger Masses

My Meatless Life

Rodeo Town 

Sunny Afternoon

Wet the Hippo


The Lex: 


The Baby


The Lounge: 

Fancy: A Southern Gothic Parable

No Static At All 

Take Me to the Poorhouse

True Hustle

Jesus Ride

Ryan Is Lost

Dick & Jayne Get a Life

Marshall’s Law


Three Clubs: 

Frank & Ava

The Devil and Billy Markham






Pauline Adamek

Pauline Adamek is a Los Angeles-based arts enthusiast with twenty-five years' experience covering International Film Festivals and reviewing new Theatre, Film and Restaurants.


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