FringeNYC 2007

ANOTHER DAY ON WILLOW ST by Frank Anthony Polito

Two couples fight to learn the meaning of love, sacrifice, and living for today…before it’s too late.

ANTARCTICA by Carolyn Raship

In this sometimes surreal fantasia of growing up, Magda and Winnie set out to become the first American Girls to make an expedition to the South Pole.

EARTH'S VACATION by Maura Kelley

Earth wants to go on vacation because of global warming and turmoil on his planet. Join in and help the planets convince earth to stay in the solar system.

HAIL SATAN by Mac Rogers

When Tom takes a new job at a nondescript corporate office, he is astonished to discover that his co-workers all belong to a religious group dedicated to the worship of Satan.

IN OUR NAME by Elena Hartwell

A triptych of short, breathtaking one-acts about the ways that the War in Iraq has hit home, especially among American women.

LIGHTS RISE ON GRACE by Chad Beckim

The play follows three desperate New Yorkers as they defy tradition, uncover and recover secrets.

MARVELOUS by Leslie Bramm

A father tries to mold his gay son, into the solider he failed to become; it kills him.

MOTHER HUBBARD'S CUPBOARD by Mark J. Mirsky

Mother Hubbard's Cupboard is a comedy about family in which a father turns into a parasite and the mother and children's attempts to curb his behavior with the help of a professional exterminator turns everything upside down.

NOT FROM CANADA by Kevin Doyle

A play about the problem(s) of White people.

PN1923.45 LS01 VOLUME 2 (THE BOOK PLAY) by Bixby Elliot

A lot happens in the sub-basement of the San Francisco Library; Jon is having problems with his boyfriend in the 1980’s, Madeline (the librarian) and Laurence are trapped in the 1950’s and Harry is freakin’ pissed ALL the time …who knew the Dewey Decimal System could be this fun!?!

RIDING THE BULL by August Schulenburg

A love affair between a devout rodeo clown and a hell-raising rancher leads to Graceland, prophetic sex, and cows that rise from the dead.

ROXY FONT by Liza Lentini

A woman's ruthless belief in everlasting love takes her, her pistol, and her parasitic twin in a fairy tale voyage to uncover the best in all things.

THE DOUBLE MURDER PLAYS by Scott Klavan

A group of provocative one-acts featuring a man and woman in myriad forms of love…and crimes of passion.

THE RISE AND FALL OF MILES AND MILO by Sara Farrington

Miles and Milo are the two greatest, most multi-talented, visionary artists in the entire world; that's why they don't get any grant money from The Sunshine Foundation for the Arts--- they're convinced the Foundation is holding them down to keep the world mediocre. But when Miles and Milo do get a Sunshine Foundation grant, they squander it all and become NPR-listening drones.

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