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New York International Fringe Festival

A THOUSAND DEATHS by Anthony P. Pennino

Joshua has discovered a cure for death, but in order to make sure it works, he tests it on the same subject…over and over again.

AIN'T SHE BRAVE: A PLAY OF POETRY by Ntare Ali & Erika Gault

A play of poetry detailing the history of African American women's journey in America.

APRIL'S FOOL by Kelly McAllister

A metaphysical comedy about the search for peace, love and understanding in an ever shifting world full of madness, decorative axes, and deadly pinball machines.

BROWN & OUT by Miguel Garcia

Selections from Brown & Out, a Los-Angeles-based short play festival dedicated to celebrating the Latino/a LGBTQ experience.

CHEMISTRY by Jacob Marx Rice

A pitch black and piercingly insightful comedy about being crazy in love.

COME THICK NIGHT by John Crutchfield

In this postmodernist mashup of Elvis, Sartre, and Shakespeare's "Scottish play," a young woman awakes from a nightmare about killing her father-- only to discover she is still in it.

EMPTY HOUSE by Kenneth Molloy

This new imagination of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's "The Adventure of the Empty House" captures the claustrophobic nightmare that was the life of a woman in Victorian Britain.

FREAKS: A LEGEND ABOUT GROWING UP by Sam French

On a summer night in Florida, with the stars of magic and irresponsibility perfectly aligned, four friends have gathered to summon a hurricane, to rekindle lost love, and to see if wormholes exist.

HOT STEAMS by Zach Wegner

Sanity's at stake as a man finds himself jailed and dressed in a Santa suit with no memory.

KISS YOUR BRUTAL HANDS by Jim Shankman

Two Jewish men from opposite ends of life, who turn out to be intimately connected, struggle with earthly and spiritual crises.

LEAH IN VEGAS by Kara Ayn Napolitano

A young mother’s attempt to reclaim her life after making a controversial mistake.

MAGIC KINGDOM by Cory Conley

A dramedy of a brother and sister fighting for direction and understanding in a theme park full of irresistible temptations, with a child caught in the struggle.

MMF by David L. Kimple

When Dean, Jane and Michael's polyamorous relationship comes to an end, the triad is forced deal with the consequences of love in a nontraditional relationship.

OVER by Dave Chapman

Nicole has just been dumped, but her day gets worse when her younger sister arrives unannounced, injured, and with no memory of the previous night's events.

OVER HERE by Meron Langsner

In New York City in the summer of 2002, the growing friendship between an Israeli immigrant and a Palestinian-American is put into crisis by both local prejudices and events overseas.

QUIET PENINSULA by Brandon Ferraro

Three darks stories of guilt and justice unexpectedly intertwine in this timely, twisted suspenseful drama.

SHOWER ME by Sheyenne Javonne Brown

In the midst of celebrating her baby shower, Sheyenne and her guests share their joys and fears of motherhood through the presentation of gifts received.

SICK CITY BLUES by Jake Shore

A drama about organized crime and the crooks who try to stop it.

TALES FROM GERIASSIC PARK - ON THE VERGE OF EXTINCTION by Verna Gillis

“Closer to dead than to alive,” she puts on her retrospectacles.

TANGLEPLAY by Steven Ackley

A play about a woman who loses her identity and becomes someone else entirely.

THE GRASS IS GREENEST AT THE HOUSTON ASTRODOME by Michael Ross Albert

When a painter tears the artwork off the walls of a struggling independent gallery, the relationships between a group of emerging artists are also torn apart.

THE HVAC PLAYS (OR, ADVENTURES IN LIVING WITHOUT BASIC NECESSITIES, LIKE HEAT AND AIR CONDITIONING) by Laura Pittenger

6 exasperated city-dwellers, 3 crappy apartments & 1 absentee landlord: when central air fails, hot and cold collide and culminate in acts of desperation.

THE PICTURE (OF DORIAN GRAY) by Neal Utterback

Smashing together Oscar Wilde’s infamous novella and "de Profundis," the play examines how far we go to achieve our darkest desires.

THE SUN EXPERIMENT by Catherine Yu

Three eras revolve around each other based on Wittgenstein’s experiment with the rotation of the sun until in the end, they are spinning into the cosmos around a gender-­‐bending re-imagining of TWELFTH NIGHT.

THE TRUING by Joe Norton

Drama with comedy about six displaced AIDS Riders who face challenges to get back on the route.

THE ULTIMATE STIMULUS by Felipe Ossa

Amanda McCloud is a renegade economist who has a solution to rising income inequality: master-concubine relationships.

WARM ENOUGH FOR SWIMMING by Maggie Cino

Estranged siblings clean the living room after the death of the grandmother who raised them.

WITH A SHRUG by Nicholas Priore

Shelley is cleaning out her old childhood home after the death of her estranged and reclusive father, when Chris, a boy from up the street, comes by to retrieve something he had let her father borrow.

The New York International Fringe Festival (FringeNYC) is the largest multi-arts festival in North America, with more than 200 companies from all over the world performing for 16 days in more than 20 venues. In addition to 1200 incredible performances, FringeNYC includes: FringeU, FringeJR, FringeHIGH, FringeAL FRESCO, FringeART, and FringeCLUB.


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