Festival to promote cultural exchange between San Diego and Tijuana

Tijuana, Mexico, Jun. 21 (Notimex) .- The Tijuana Cultural Center (Cecut, for its acronym in Spanish) will present the fifth edition of the International Fringe Festival San Diego-Tijuana as a showcase for innovative artistic expression for local, national and international artists.

According to the cultural venue, this festival will show the unexpected and strange of the two border cities where artists from both cities will promote cultural exchange, on June 23 and June 24.

The program includes the presentation of "Help! I Think It Could Be Fabulous", a winning show at the Brighton Fringe Maximum Prize by Alfie Ordinary, international cabaret artist and the UK's first Drag Pince.

The NZ Fringe music group from Wellington, New Zealand, which this year has reunited, its former members with Tom Knowles, Josh Logan and Jed Parson will share with the public "Allergic Love: Curse of the Eighties".

Lighthouse Circus Theater of San Diego, Calif., will present "Incandescent," a show that highlights adversity and the difficulties of living with mental illness and inherent vulnerability, the site said.

The Luna Forum will be the stage for the presentation of the Graduate School of New Dance Development and Fine Arts at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam and founder of The Nomad Deck of the Living Arts, Melissa Cisneros.

The monologue "Lifegate" will be presented by the Italian actress, writer and director Giorgia Mazzucato, who was an analyst at 015 at the Rome Fringe Festival with the historical monologue on the Guerriere World War I and winner in 2016 with the referred production.

During the International Fringe Festival San Diego-Tijuana, the Center for Acting and Teaching Music (CAEM, for its acronym in Spanish) Tecate, will exhibit "Dad is in Atlantis", of Javier Malpica, at the facilities of Cecut.

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