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Atlanta Fringe Audio Festival Presents Radio Dramas And Storytelling

The Atlanta Fringe Audio Festival launched new shows on May 25.
The Atlanta Fringe Audio Festival launched new shows on May 25.
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Fringe festivals offer experiences not always available in mainstream arts and culture.

The Atlanta Fringe Festival was canceled this spring due to COVID-19, so the focus turned to the Atlanta Fringe Audio Festival.

“City Lights” host Lois Reitzes spoke with the director of the audio festival, Jessica Bodiford, and with participant Mimi Rice of the Radio Theatre Project.

This year’s shows include murder mysteries, storytelling, ensemble comedies and full-blown musicals.

All of the shows are available free of charge and can be found on all the major podcasting networks including Spotify, iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, iHeartRadio and more.

 

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