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The Edge of the World Theater Festival is also becoming geographically specific. Instead of racing to venues scattered across the city, in 2005 Festival patrons will find most productions within comfortable walking distance to each other and conveniently located near public transit, bars, restaurants and other diversions.

The all-new EdgeFest will offer an exciting theater experience unlike any other in L.A. In addition to the Special Events produced by EdgeFest for the Edge of the World Theater Festival (including eight newly commissioned works for the Los Angeles Future Project and the Los Angeles History Project), all of the productions created for the 2005 Festival will premiere during the sixteen days of EdgeFest, making it a truly unique celebration of theater in Los Angeles.

Edgefest is also going on in Dallas, Ann Arbor, Albany and Canada!
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Since 1999 the Edge of the World Theater Festivalâ„¢ has hosted 285 productions, including more than 100 world premieres and the work of over 1,000 Los Angeles-based theater artists. In 2003 the Festival featured 53 productions (34 world premieres) over 16 days in almost 350 performances. Audience attendance was a record 12,000. The Edge of the World Theater Festival is Los Angeles' only citywide theater festival and the largest festival of its kind.

Beginning in 2005 EdgeFest® will undergo some remarkable changes, transforming the Edge of the World Theater Festival into an internationally recognized event and a cultural tourism destination in the tradition of Edinburgh and Spoleto. While the Festival will continue to showcase the work of regionally based artists, it is expanding to feature co-productions partnering Los Angeles artists with some of the world's most innovative and thought-provoking theater makers.