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Asheville Fringe Arts Festival: But Where There's Hope There's Life by Carisa Armstrong & Christine Bergeron

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( Thu., Mar. 23, 2023 - Sat., Mar. 25, 2023 )

Art Garden, 191 Lyman St #316, Asheville, NC 28801


Premiering in November 2020, But Where There’s Hope, There’s Life focuses on the Holocaust and communicates the impact and importance of this event in our history. The work comes at a time in our country where we are questioning the ideas of immigration, human rights, and civility for others. The evening-length work consists of nine choreographed sections that include various visual and audio elements from the School of Performance, Visualization and Fine Arts at Texas A&M University.


Now in its eighteenth year, Asheville Fringe continues to ask artists to explore the edges of their work, to collaborate across genres and to bring new and innovative performances to culturally adventurous audiences. We strongly suggest that you see more than one Fringe show because of the incredible variety of artists and types of work. One show is just not enough to really have the total Fringe Festival experience!



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  • Thursday, March 23, 2023 at 7:00 PM
  • Saturday, March 25, 2023 at 7:00 PM