ROGUE FESTIVAL 2018 SPECIAL EVENTS

VOLUNTEER TRAININGS Volunteer Training #1: Saturday, February 20th from 6:30 pm to 9 pm The Revue Backroom, 620 E. Olive Avenue, Fresno, CA Volunteer Training #2: Saturday, February 24th from 11 am to 1 pm The Revue Backroom, 620 E. Olive Avenue, Fresno, CA TEASER SHOW March 1, 2018. Tower Theatre. Lobby and Lounge opens at 6 p.m.

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VOLUNTEER TRAINING FOR VOLUNTEER ROGUES!

Have you always wanted to “go Rogue”? Have you been a Rogue in the past and wanted to get looped in again? Join us for the 17th Annual Rogue Performance Festival Volunteer & Staff Training Sessions to get in on all of the action for 2018 Rogue Festival. Don’t miss this opportunity to be a part of one of

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Rogue 2018 Line-Up of Performers and Shows

Here are the acts currently slated to appear at Rogue 2018 in March as of 11/22/17: MAINSTAGES Dianna’s School of Dance Ron Jones –  Naked Zombie. Storytelling. Minion Productions – Fringe Factor: Season 3. Variety. Fresno Dance Collective  – Nothing is Beautiful; Everything is fine. Dance. Nat Vickers – TITLE TBA (filled from waitlist). Martin Dockery – TITLE TBA (filled from waitlist).

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Rogue Festival 2018 Performer Lottery Winners and Waitlist

The following 2018 lottery winners and waitlisters were selected at random on October 8th. Video of the selection is available on our Facebook page. Selected performers have been contacted via e-mail.  This lineup of shows is subject to change between now and Rogue Festival 2018. Thank you to everyone who applied, we truly appreciate your interest in performing with Rogue

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2018 Applications Process Checklist

2018 PERFORMER LOTTERY APPLICATION LINK Need the basics on how to apply for Rogue Festival? Here’s the checklist: First, Rogue Festival is a fringe festival with all of the quirks and requirements that entails. To begin with, make sure the following apply: Your show is either 45 minutes maximum or 60 minutes maximum. Your show can be performed in

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Rogue Festival Applications are coming and we’re changing to a lottery process. Here’s why:

For the last four years, Rogue Festival has found its applications process to be increasingly difficult for both artists and Rogue admins. With our traditional first-come-first-served application process, our very limited number of spots began filling up in a matter of hours, and then a matter of MINUTES.  We had so many simultaneous visitors to our website that problems with

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