Summer With a Fringe on Top

Amanda Gordon
Wednesday, July 11, 2007

The trio founded the festival two years ago to make an artistic mark they felt they'd be unable to achieve in the city, where expenses are high, space is hard to find, and hundreds of similar projects (including the New York Fringe Festival) already exist.

"We wanted something that wasn't like anything else in the Berkshires," Ms. Katzoff said at a fund-raiser for the festival Monday at the Lascano Gallery here. "We're hoping the festival is a new way for people to explore new ideas."