FringeNYC 2004

BROWNTOWN by Sam Younis

Follows three brown-skinned actors as they audition for the role of a terrorist in a made-for-tv movie.

I HATE THIS (A PLAY WITHOUT THE BABY) by David Hansen

Join David for a trip from when his son was stillborn and through the year that follows ... but not in that order.

KISS AND CRY by Tom Rowan

America’s sweethearts, a rising movie star and a figure skater on his way to the Olympics, turn out to be gay.

ODYSSEUS DOA by Stephen Svoboda

This moving, poetic drama charts the final journey through the imagination of a dying man in a hospital AIDS ward.

SAINT ARLECCHINO by Lynn Berg

A comic portrayal of religion and the Catholic Church through the wringer of commedia del arte.

VAMPIRE COWBOY TRILOGY by Qui Nguyen and Robert Ross Parker

A trio of irreverent action comedies about a paranormal detective, a pair of Cold War-era superduper- heroes, and a sassy teenage warrior princess.

WRONG BARBARIANS by Timothy Nolan

Two strangers meet in a diner & the prism of suspicion distorts every perception. In the culture of dread, patriotism is perverted, leadership is AWOL & freedom is lost. The cost is devastating. "I let the fear inside me, rape me…and now I'm pregnant with the fear…”

A sampling of excellent indie plays from the eighth annual New York International Fringe Festival