Once the chaotic free-for-all of Fringe fades into the July air, a smaller, more curated festival arrives: SummerWorks, which runs from Aug 3 to 13. Though they haven’t yet dropped this year’s programming, the city-spanning festival likes to spotlight the artistic process: alongside fully-developed works, they present experimental labs of work-in-progress. With this comes a big emphasis on community and artist-audience dialogue. On top of more conventionally rendered theatre, SummerWorks’s programming tends to include a sprinkling of visual art, performance art, and digital performance. The variety is always enlivening — and lots of it is free.