What is WTFringe23?
WTFringe23 is 21 productions including new musicals, solo performances, devised theatre, commedia, clowning, storytelling, sketch comedy, bi-lingual English/Spanish performances, workshop productions of brand new plays & much, much more!
Early bird tickets on sale now for $295. Tickets are also available at a half rate and a hardship rate. WTFringe23 is 21 productions including new musicals, solo performances, devised theatre, commedia, clowning, storytelling, sketch comedy, bi-lingual English/Spanish performances, workshop productions of brand new plays & much, much more! Experience WTFringe23 in person at the Titmus and Kennedy-McIlwee Theatres at NC State University or digitally from wherever you are!
Tickets to WTFringe23 are available to individual performances as well as through a variety of pass options.
Festival 2023 All Access Pass ($325) includes all of WTFCon and all of WTFringe
Full Fringe Pass ($145) includes access to ALL WTFringe performances
Fringe Four Pack ($40) includes access to any FOUR WTFringe performances.
General Admission ($15) for any single WTFringe show ticket
Pay What You Can (name your price) tickets are also available for all WTFringe performances at the link below. These tickets are available to anyone who needs to pay less or who wishes to pay more than General Admission.
To explore all of the Digital WTFringe23 show options, click the button below. More shows will be added soon.
written by Maizy Broderick Scarpa, Directed by Giselle Durand, Natalie Payán, Paloma Sierra, Yaitza JZ Marrero
Shocked by their mother’s death, two sisters relive the impact their mother had on their lives. Sacudidas por la muerte de su madre, dos hermanas reflexionan sobre el impacto que su madre tuvo en sus vidas.
created by Abigail Birkett, Bryan Hagelin, Hannah Katz, Kilby Yarbrough, and Tangiene Nyereyegona, featuring a new short play by Claire Carson and excerpts from WITCH by Jen Silverman and THE WITCH OF EDMONTON by John Ford, Thomas Dekker, and William Rawley, alongside original devised performance and virtual storytelling
Accessibility at WTFringe23
National WTF endeavors to make our events and spaces as accessible as possible.
Open-Captioning will be available at all WTFringe23 performances
Sensory kits available for check out and a low sensory break space
All performances are “Come As You Are” – you are welcome to get up, leave, vocalize, and engage in the work in all the ways that are comfortable for you.
ASL Interpretation and Audio Description will be available at some performances. Check back here for a complete list when available.
To request an accommodation or to make us aware of an access need we can support, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at (919) 228-8528. We appreciate as much lead time as possible to fulfill a request.
For more information on Accessibility at Festival 2023, check out our Accessibility Guide here.