FringeNYC 2006

A COLLAPSE by Vincent Marano

An Adult satire on the nature of celebrity in the age of disasters.

CORPS VALUES by Brendon Bates

A father and son go head-to-head when the latter returns home from serving in Iraq and announces he is going AWOL.

DIVING NORMAL by Ashlin Halfnight

An unlikely trio of urbanites balance love, friendship and sexual compulsion.

FATBOY ROMEO by Neal J. Freeman

Fatboy Romeo employs puppets, projections, and live actors to tell a comic story of consumerism run amok using excerpts of Shakespeare’s "Romeo and Juliet."

IMMINENT, INDEED by Bryn Manion

A macabre, post-modern gothic tale of innocence lost and wisdom gained wherein mathematical wunderkind, Miss Polly Peachum, descends most egregiously into the netherworld of villainous scoundrels captained by the nefarious Macheath.

SOME KIND OF PINK BREAKFAST by Chris Harcum

Chris Harcum turns his life in high school into a John Hughes' movie, peppered with '80s references, in this bittersweet solo comedy.

T.L.C. by Robert Moulthrop

Evelyn Coleman is a nurse; she has developed ways to cope with her difficult life. When she discovers her son is engaged, she decides she will literally do anything to get him back.

TEA IN THE AFTERNOON by Vanessa Shealy

To unearth family secrets, Elizabeth seeks out her feisty great aunt, Bes, but what she discovers is a strange sisterhood that will never be forgotten.

THE BIG PICTURE by Rew David Greer

Junior Muffin has been smothered by his parents his entire life, so when his house is robbed and he accidentally kills his grandma, he spirals into depression and searches for meaning in a meaningless world.

THE DEEPEST PLAY EVER by Geoffrey Decas O'Donnell

In this epic Mother Courage satire we follow the antihero Mother LaMadre as she drags her wagon through the post-post-apocalyptic waste land of New Europe during World War V, battles zombies and journeys to rescue her son, Golden Calf, from the Underworld.

THE INCONSTANT INFECTION by Ed Malin

A lost play from the gender-fluid 1690s is performed in 1985, leading to mayhem and prompting the participants to re-examine their lives.

THE PENGUIN TANGO by Stephen Svoboda

Inspired by actual events, a community of penguins is hilariously turned upside-down by sex, stereotypes, and soggy sardines.

UNEVENTFUL DEATHS FOR AGATHON by Javierantonio Gonzalez

A vaudevillian tragedy about the end of one’s career, family and family life.

VICE GIRL CONFIDENTIAL by Todd Michael

An expose not for the faint of heart, Vice Girl Confidential uncovers the grime and grit plaguing the streets of late 1940's New York City.

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