AFTERLIGHT by Monica Flory
The story of a quiet Northeastern town where a school bus accident incites a series of surrealistic events that force its residents to confront the messy nature of grief, the fragility of hope, and the dangers of loving someone deeply.
AND THEN YOU DIE (HOW I RAN A MARATHON IN 26.2 YEARS) by David Hansen
Hit the road with cartoonist Pengo in pursuit of the finish line - dashing through relationships, hurdling heartbreak, and threading through the Five Boroughs in a record quarter-century ... and time is running out.
ART'S HEART by Anthony Johnston
Art is convinced he suffers from a very serious heart condition, that “any beat could be [his] last" - his obsessive love for the handsome Frenchman who lives across the street, his strange friendship with a fish named Paul, and the harsh realities of the world outside his apartment force Art to confront his fears head-on in this one-man comedy.
BARGAINS AND BLOOD (HOW TO SUCCEED IN HOME SHOPPING!) by Blair Fell
A tragi-camp comedy about a trailer park Cinderella who becomes a messianic home shopping hostess while confronting the bloody and cut-throat business of television shopping.
CANDIDE AMERICANA by Stanton Wood
Seven actors play over 40 characters complete with multiple decapitations, song, and the greatest treasure known to man in this high-energy contemporary re-imagining of Voltaire’s classic novel - an unlikely love story and a cosmic roadtrip that will make you ponder your place in the universe.
REMISSION by Kirk Wood Bromley
Written for and based on the life of Daniel Martin Berkey, an actor who experienced remission from schizophrenia in his mid-50's; not about Daniel or schizophrenia, but an inside personal expression of his journey into and out of schizophrenia.
A sampling of excellent indie plays from the thirteenth annual New York International Fringe Festival