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Weekend - Donald Munro Says 'Take A Chance' On Fresno's Annual Rogue Festival

Fresno Rogue Festival
This year's Rogue Festival runs from March 6 to 14 in Fresno's Tower District. Arts reporter Donald Munro says the lineup includes familiar names to the Fresno theater scene, and many performers from outside the region.

This weekend and next, take a chance on Fresno’s Rogue festival, an annual tradition in the Tower District that has performers and attendees bustling from show to show. 

To preview the fringe festival, we spoke to Donald Munro who covers art and culture in the San Joaquin Valley on his website, The Munro Review. We talk about how the festival has changed over the last 19 years, and how Munro decides what shows to see: he starts with a program, a block of time, and open expectations. 

The Rogue Festival opens tonight and performances run through March 14. Tickets and information about venues and performances can be found on the festival website. Valley Public Radio is a media sponsor of this community event.

Laura Tsutsui was a reporter and producer for Valley Public Radio. She joined the station in 2017 as a news intern, and later worked as a production assistant and weekend host. Laura covered local issues ranging from politics to housing, and produced the weekly news program Valley Edition. She left the station in November 2020.
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