Logan Fringe Arts Space, in it’s Phase 1 operation is a functional multi-use arts facility and community center on the edge of the Trinidad neighborhood in NE DC. We offer a different producing and presenting experience for individual curators, artists and neighbors who are creatively inclined. Fringe works in partnership, providing support services, with theatre artists or producers, visual artists, musicians, individual curators and creative entrepreneurs.
Learn more about to being a part of Phase 2 construction of the Logan.
Check our booking calendar for the next theatre production, music or creative event.
Visit the Logan Fringe Arts Space 1358 Florida Ave NE, Washington, DC.
The Logan Fringe Arts Space is comprised of three venues:
Trinidad Theatre - a 104-seat black box theatre space with removable chairs, professional lighting grid and sound system. Whether it is dance, live music or theatre, the Trinidad Theatre is an intimate performance space that, when activated, becomes electric with creative energy.
Fringe Arts Bar - a casual neighborhood bar and hang-out space, with four draught taps in rotation (including prosecco, Capital Fringe’s mainstay beverage), custom cocktails, light fare and artistic ambiance that can only be describe as “Fringe.” Monthly visual art shows are installed in the space showcasing local talent. Eclectic tables and chairs as well as a mini vinyl and book collection merge to create an exploratory artistic vibe in the space.
Fringe Arts Bar Courtyard - the entryway to the venue, with an eight-tap draught selection bar, space for food trucks to pull up out back and whimsical lighting that comes alive in the spring and summer months. Set with cozy cafe tables in bright colors as well as murals on the walls, it is clear why this space becomes the headquarters for Fringe artists to congregate during the Fringe Festival every July.
Make the Logan Fringe Arts Space the venue for your next great event.
For information about bringing your work to the Logan, contact Julianne Brienza, email@example.com or 202.737.7230.
Peeping Tom Rabbi is forced to face his victims nightly
Israeli soldiers share memories of enforcing the occupation of Palestine.
Discordant timely fever dream of political theatre on gun control.
A tour de force of dance ...or nerd life? You decide.