FringeNYC 2000-2001

A LITTLE PIECE OF THE SUN by Daniel McKleinfeld

A documentary for the stage juxtaposing the story of the Chernobyl disaster with the life of Soviet serial killer Andrei Chikatilo.

AN OBSCURE WEEK DURING THE COMING OF AGE OF TOM NOISE by Frank Kuzler

Tom Noise has done something stupid that will change his life forever.

CUBAN OPERATOR PLEASE... by Adrian Rodriguez

A thoughtful and moving short play about the effects of exile and death on the relationship between a father and son.

ELEVEN DOLLAR PROPHET by Antonio Sacre

A commentary on performance, theater, and art in general the play explores the insatiable desire of a crowd to be led and the devices of a performer to command that crowd.

FACE VALUE by Kevin R. Free

The friends, family and associates of Wes Youngman, African-American country singer, want to know one thing: Is Wes Youngman REALLY Black?

HOUSE OF TRASH by Trav S.D.

A raucous populist musical farce about Bob Maggot, a garbage man moonlighting as a Baptist preacher, and his eccentric family.

THE ELEPHANT MAN-THE MUSICAL by Jeff Hylton and Tim Werenko

A wickedly funny parody of all that’s excessive in contemporary musical theatre. John Merrick gets to sing and dance on Broadway.

THE EXPATRIATES by Randy Anderson

A wild exploration of decay using the expatriate artists of 1920's as its vehicle.

THEME AND VARIATIONS by Leegrid Stevens

“One family. A month of dinners.”

VELVET ROPES by Joshua Scher

A tale of two innocents trapped in an art museum. They contemplate the nature of humor, performance and art in this hilarious one-act play.

WORD TO YOUR MAMA by Julia Lee Barclay-Morton

A stream of consciousness tour-de-force for three voices. It takes the audience channel surfing through a turn of the millennium mind trapped in the collective body of a night secretary.

A sampling of excellent indie plays from the fourth and fifth New York International Fringe Festivals