Edinburgh Fringe Festival

The Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland began in 1947 as a post-war initiative to re-unite Europe through culture, with a number of distinguished musicians from the war-ravaged countries of the continent invited to perform. Aware there would be a good crowd and focused press interest; six Scottish and two English theatre companies decided to turn up uninvited and fend for themselves. The next year a critic dubbed this gatecrashers’ enterprise “the fringe of the official festival drama”, and the name and the spirit of the Fringe was born.

DSA Theatre Performances at the Fringe

  • 2013-2014 – Before Wonderland by Brandon Becker (an original Alice in Wonderland prequel), C Venues
    2013-2014 – A Glee Inspired Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, arranged by Shawn Hann, C Venues
  • 2007-2008 – The Inconvenient Truths by the Ensemble directed/conceived/choreographed by Shawn Hann with the American High School Theatre Festival – High school Theatre departments are nominated and then apply to be chosen to perform in Edinburgh
  • 2002-2003 – How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying by Frank Loesser and Abe Burrows directed/choreographed by Shawn Hann, vocal direction by Traci Kern with the American High School Theatre Festival – High school Theatre departments are nominated and then apply to be chosen to perform in Edinburgh