How to Become a Part of the LemonHeadMeter

The LemonHeadMeter is similar to the LemonMeter but solicits its reviews directly from the community rather than from the professional critic, forming an audience generated critical consensus, allowing for yet another layer of opinion that the theater-goer can use to make an even more informed decision on their entertainment needs.Yeah, I know. It sounds very Yelp-like. And it is. But it isn’t. Because it’s different. Because we’re different. If you’re at all familiar with Bitter L...

Promote to Volunteers

Comping volunteers is a great way to give back to the Fringe community and get butts in the seats of your show. Please email our Volunteer Director, Stina, at stina@hollywoodfringe.org...

The ABC's on Putting Bitter Lemons to Work for your Show (For Free)

It’s become more and more evident that we suck when it comes to marketing here at the Lemon. I’ll be the first to admit it. It’s mostly due to the fact that no one is actually doing it. Enci, our visionary, tireless, co-founder and publisher of Bitter Lemons, sorta kinda did the job for a wee while way back when, but she has her hands full now with her most important creative project to date: her family.So it’s interesting to note that over the last year or so (btw if anyone’s interested in the...

Second Hollywood Fringe Town Hall Covers Money & Promotion

These are always important to attend, especially if you’re a new Fringe. And the panel looks especially noteworthy: Here’s the deets:Hello Fringers, ...

2017 Hollywood Fringe Town Hall & Workshop Series Schedule

If you are considering participating in the 2017 Hollywood Fringe Festival, we urge you to attend our free Town Hall & Workshop series (especially if this is your first HFF). The Town Halls, led by Festival Director Ben Hill, cover everything you need to know to produce a successful Fringe show. The Workshops, moderated by Outreach Director Meghan McCauley, are specialized discussions featuring Fringe veterans to help you navigate the festival. We’ll have informal social...

HFF17 Office Hours

Join Hollywood Fringe staff and participants every Wednesday for the return of Office Hours! Office Hours are casual meet-ups at different bars around Hollywood that offer you a weekly chance to network and drink with other Fringers....

The HFF17 Sponsored Drink Program

The sponsored drinks program is back for its seventh year, allowing you to feature a drink crafted especially for you at the infamous Bryan’s Bar at Fringe Central. For $100, you provide the name, your base alcohol choice and other information about your show, business, etc and our bartend...

Consider Giving Volunteer Comps or Discounts!

Offering discounts or comps to volunteers is a great way to give back to the Fringe community and get butts in the seats of your show. Please email our Volunteer & Front of H...

FringeTV: We Want You!


Fringe Cabaret Applications Open May 8th

The Cabaret Stage (located at Fringe Central) provides Fringers the opportunity to sample Fringe shows before committing to the full meal. Each cabaret performance features a new show. Special guest performers and raffles for show tickets are also available. Plus, it’s all free to the public. Ca...

NoHo Arts District

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Want Valley Theatregoers at your show? NoHoArtsDistrict.com (1 million visitors yearly) - #1 source for theatre in the Valley now offering exclusively to Fringe productions Review, frontpage AD and social media to 26,000 followers for $165.


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As a proud HFF Hotspot, we can’t wait for you to drop in for a bite or drink!