The Memory Palace:From the Parking Lot
Commissioned by the KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival with support from the New York State Council on the Arts, this newly released episode of the Peabody Award-nominated The Memory Palace focuses on the lauded Corinthian Hall, a famous assembly hall in downtown Rochester, where Frederick Douglass made his legendary "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July" speech. The episode will be available here starting September 15th.
- Length: 15 Minutes
- Tickets: Not Required
- Access Type: On Demand
- Platform: #N/A
- Genre: Spoken Word
Please note, like other fringe festivals around the world this year, our Virtual Fringe features open-access online shows that are not curated by Rochester Fringe. We strive to be an open platform, as performing artists have limited options during this unusual time. Show applications were reviewed to ensure appropriateness and alignment with Fringe's ideals of openness and inclusion.