THE 100

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THE For sev­eral sum­mers the Fringe has been in­volv­ing young peo­ple in­ter­ested in the per­form­ing arts as a ca­reer – and not just in the re­hearsal hall. One of this year’s projects is

in which par­tic­i­pants de­velop skills in brand­ing and mar­ket­ing while learn­ing the ins and outs of the indie theatre busi­ness through net­work­ing and dis­cus­sions. The train­ing isn’t just in closed ses­sions: those in­volved, rang­ing from high school to univer­sity stu­dents, will of­fer street theatre and flash mobs to Fringe­go­ers, help an­i­mate the Tent Talks and shoot video con­tent for the Fringe blog.

Their par­tic­i­pa­tion is a great chance to see the en­ergy and tal­ent of a new gen­er­a­tion of theatre artists.

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