2&2;  Emerald Sentinel Productions; Writer: Peter Cosmas Sofronas; Director: Christian Amato; A serio-comedy about forgiveness. Tommy, a disgruntled comic book artist with a fixation on Superman suddenly finds his life turned upside-down when he meets and is attracted to mild-mannered, attractive David -- who happens to be dating Tommy's estranged sister. 2h, Salem, MA  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #2: CSV Flamboyan
SUN 11 @ NOON  THU 15 @ 7:45  FRI 16 @ 4:00  SUN 18 @ 5:00  WED 21 @ 7:30  

THE 3RD GENDER;  Zachari Productions; Writer: Peter Zachari; Director: Peter Zachari; Year 2397. The world is ruled by the 3rd Gender, spiritual beings who live in the intermediate state between man and woman. Those not born 3rd Gender are conditioned for 20 years or face elimination. Manten turns 20 today... 1h 25m, Astoria, NY  Drama,
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater
SAT 10 @ 9:15  THU 15 @ 2:30  SUN 18 @ 7:00  TUE 20 @ 4:45  SUN 25 @ 4:00  

The A-is-for-Abortion Play;  In Search of a Song (ISOS) Productions; Writer: Cassandra J. Hume; Director: Joanna Bowzer; 5 women, 15 characters, one dirty little secret. This political issue is about to get a personal voice, and it has a sick sense of humor. You know a woman who has had one—they just haven’t told you yet. 1h 20m, Brooklyn, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #16: Robert Moss Theater at 440 Studios
WED 14 @ 2:00  SAT 17 @ 7:45  MON 19 @ 6:45  WED 21 @ 5:15  SUN 25 @ 2:15  

The ABC's Guide To Getting Famous;  Spookfish Theatre Company; Writer: Ming Peiffer; Director: Kat Yen; Part documentary and part solo-show, The ABC's Guide To Getting Famous is a raw satire about the real lives of Asian Americans trying to make it in the entertainment industry. A hybrid film/theater piece about race in casting. 1h 15m, Manhattan, NY  Solo Show, Comedy
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
SAT 10 @ 4:45  SUN 11 @ 3:15  TUE 13 @ 5:30  SAT 17 @ 7:45  SUN 18 @ 8:00  

The Accidental Hamlet;  Fredrick Byers Productions; Writer: Sebastian Seidel shamelessly riffing off William Shakespeare; Director: Lissa Moira; Hate Shakespeare? You'll love this! Love Shakespeare? You'll love it more! The overseas hit that puts the ham in Hamlet gets its US premiere. Two self-proclaimed thespians play every part, making a honey-glazed, cheese-drenched meal of it. 1h 45m, Brooklyn, NY  Comedy, Vaudeville/Sideshow/Magic/Burlesque
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater
TUE 13 @ 2:00  THU 15 @ 8:45  WED 21 @ 7:15  FRI 23 @ 5:00  SAT 24 @ 2:15  

Adam & Steve and the Empty Sea;  Plan-B Theatre; Writer: Matthew Greene; Director: Jerry Rapier; Adam is openly Mormon. Steve is openly gay. Set against the backdrop of the passage of Prop. 8, these childhood friends grapple with religion, sexuality, politics and adulthood. 1h 30m, Salt Lake City, UT  Drama, Comedy, FringeHIGH
VENUE #3: CSV Kabayitos
FRI 9 @ 5:00  SAT 10 @ 7:00  SUN 11 @ NOON  TUE 13 @ 7:45*  WED 14 @ 4:45  THU 15 @ 9:15  

The Adventures of Boy and Girl;  Writer: Rachel Kaly and Alec Grossman; Director: Patrick Vassel; Written on Facebook by teenagers, this play explores the failed relationship between Rick, a freewheeling loser, and Trish, an overbearing lover. Both beg the audience to choose sides. Can they breakaway from the fourth wall and finally face each other? 40m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
SAT 17 @ 8:45  SUN 18 @ 5:30  MON 19 @ 7:00  THU 22 @ 3:30  SAT 24 @ NOON  

Aisle Six;  Writer: Nicola McEldowney (book, lyrics, music), Margaret Vigevano (music); Director: Nicola McEldowney; When a plague strikes the supermarket, it's up to bright-eyed trainee Melody to save the day. But CAN she? Join Melody on her quest and, along the way, meet the store superhero, maladjusted managers, and an evil puppet. 1h 40m, New York, NY  Musical, Comedy
VENUE #14: The Lynn Redgrave Theater
THU 15 @ 2:00  FRI 16 @ 4:30  SUN 18 @ 9:30  FRI 23 @ 7:00  SAT 24 @ 9:30  

ALABAMA BOUND;  Southern Discomfort Productions; Writer: Charlotte Higgins, Photographs by Eileen Lewis; Director: Charlotte Higgins; Amble the dusty back roads of Alabama with Dixie, Evelyn, Loretta, Alice and Dominique. Savor their stories, told with wicked wit and a drawl like molasses peppered with yellow jackets. A blend of humor and heartbreak that startles and disturbs. 1h 5m, Placerville, CA  Solo Show, Drama
VENUE #15: The White Box at 440 Studios
WED 14 @ 7:00  THU 15 @ 5:00  FRI 16 @ 7:15  SAT 17 @ 9:00  SUN 18 @ 4:00  SUN 25 @ NOON  

The Alexis Lambright Tell-A-Thon: Combating Adult Virginity;  Writer: Alexis Lambright; Director: John Kelly; Alexis is on a mission to find a cure for individuals suffering from Chronic Virginity... starting with herself! This multimedia tell-a-thon will present awkward moments in her life, in hopes of achieving her goal. Operators are standing by! 1h, Brooklyn, NY  Solo Show, Comedy
VENUE #15: The White Box at 440 Studios
SAT 10 @ 5:15  SUN 11 @ 5:15  FRI 16 @ 9:15  SUN 18 @ 7:00  THU 22 @ 3:00  SAT 24 @ 7:00  

America's Breath Of Fresh Air;  Arnie Roman; Writer: Arnie Roman; Director: Joey Murray; A reality show explodes Bob Summers’ dead end life as a department store salesman. For better? His mom’s pumped! For worse? His girlfriend’s pissed. And Bob? Which Bob? Come ride the roller coaster of an Everyman’s unwarranted celebrity. Also, sex. 1h 50m, Bronx , NY  Musical, Comedy
VENUE #7: Theatre 80
SUN 11 @ 3:30  SAT 17 @ 1:00  SUN 18 @ 9:00  MON 19 @ 3:45  FRI 23 @ 8:15  

And It Spins Twice;  Angry Bubble Productions/ViolaCello StageWorks; Writer: Alexis Roblan; Director: Michael Padden; Beth and Liz are both theoretical physicists. Both are involved with a musician named Ryan. And in this imaginative new play about endless possibilities, both are grappling with the probability that it’s all about to end. 2h, New York, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
FRI 16 @ 8:45  SAT 17 @ 2:45  WED 21 @ 4:15  FRI 23 @ 8:45  SAT 24 @ 3:45  

Another Evening of Awkward Romance;  EAR Productions; Writer: Wendy Herlich; Director: Ruthie Levy; A subway breakup. Lovesick auctioneers. Pharmaceutical romance. This two-person comedy celebrates humans at our most odd, endearing, and vulnerable. We all struggle when it comes to love. And if we're honest, we're all weird about it. 1h 20m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Improv/Sketch/Stand-up
VENUE #4: Teatro LATEA
WED 14 @ 3:30  THU 15 @ 9:00  SAT 17 @ 5:30  TUE 20 @ 9:30  FRI 23 @ 7:15  

Antony & Cleopatra: Infinite Lives;  The Porch Room; Writer: Pete Barry and J. Michael DeAngelis, Music by Rebecca Kotcher, with text by William Shakespeare; Director: John P. Dowgin; An Egyptian expatriate gets caught between two revolutionaries - her fiancee, an activist director who tries to upend his commissioned Shakespeare production, and her brother, a nationalist fresh from the violence of Tahrir Square. 2h, Philadelphia, PA  Drama, Musical
VENUE #14: The Lynn Redgrave Theater
SAT 10 @ 9:00  SUN 11 @ 2:00  FRI 16 @ 9:30  SUN 18 @ 4:45  SUN 25 @ NOON  

The Assessment;  Writer: Oren Stevens; Director: Nora Ives; There are 26,000 home fires every week. There are 2,000 miscarriages every day. Someone is diagnosed with cancer every nineteen seconds. But I do it out of love. Are you ready for your assessment? 45m, Brooklyn, NY  Solo Show, Drama
VENUE #15: The White Box at 440 Studios
SAT 10 @ 3:45  SUN 11 @ 7:00  MON 12 @ 5:00  THU 15 @ 7:00  MON 19 @ 7:00  SUN 25 @ 2:00  

Autumn in Andromeda;  Howling Moon Cab Company; Writer: Jonathan Wallace; Director: Tatiana Gomberg; On a starship in the 25th century, alien Autumn Leaf confronts John from purchasing, accidentally beams him into limbo, changes his name, and promises to try not to kill him. After all, big scary alien bugs have feelings too. 1h 15m, Queens, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #1: Teatro SEA
SUN 11 @ 7:00  FRI 16 @ 4:00  SUN 18 @ 7:00  THU 22 @ 7:00  FRI 23 @ 3:00  

Bang, Bang You're Dead;  Actors Playground School of Theatre; Writer: William Mastrosimone; Director: Ralph Colombino and Dan Cooley; "Why'd you kill me, Josh?" Josh's life is a cycle of bullying and self-loathing until he makes a decision that destroys his life and the lives of others. He's already in jail, but can he face the real consequences? 1h 15m, Freehold, NJ  Drama, FringeHIGH
VENUE #14: The Lynn Redgrave Theater
SUN 11 @ NOON  MON 12 @ 7:00  THU 15 @ 6:45*  SAT 17 @ 5:00  SUN 18 @ 7:30  

Baptized;  Shakespeare's Ladies Productions; Writer: Kristen Lishen; Director: Kristen Lishen; Baptized examines the epidemic of corruption in our religious institutions. It's a tale that plays out daily in churches and families across the country. This is the story of one family, in one church where silence allows the cycle to continue. 1h 20m, San Francisco, CA  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #14: The Lynn Redgrave Theater
THU 15 @ 4:30  WED 21 @ 9:45  FRI 23 @ 2:30  SAT 24 @ 7:15  SUN 25 @ 2:45  

BARCODE;  Barcode Snacks; Writer: Book, Music and Lyrics by Debbie Andrews and Mike Blaxill; James Rado, creative consultant; Director: Joe Barros; Choreographer: Joe Barros; A futuristic rock musical about corporate global rule. Data Jammers lead the resistance against the omniscient surveillance of Earth Corp and its BARCODE wrist implants. A tale of flag fests, mandatory debt, freedom viruses, prozac pops .. and true love 2h, Manhattan, NY  Musical,
VENUE #12: The Ellen Stewart Theatre - La MaMa
FRI 9 @ 2:00  SUN 11 @ 7:00  MON 12 @ 9:30  TUE 13 @ 9:30  WED 14 @ 2:00  

Beast of Festive Skin;  Mongrel Theater; Writer: Alexandra Tatarsky; An absurdist vaudeville about the agony of creation. Six sinners sweat with rapturous torment at Hell's only open mic! 1h 10m, Manhattan, NY  Solo Show, Comedy
VENUE #9: JIMMY'S NO. 43
SUN 11 @ 5:00  MON 12 @ 8:15  FRI 16 @ 7:30  SAT 17 @ 5:15  WED 21 @ 3:00  SAT 24 @ 9:15  

Bellini and the Sultan: A Comedy in Istanbul;  Turkish American Repertory Theater & Entertainment; Writer: Ed Stevens; Director: Ed Stevens; Eunuchs, concubines, romance and more in an epic adventure in exotic 15th century Istanbul, based on real events. Art and politics collide with hilarious results when artist Gentile Bellini is sent to paint a forbidden portrait of Sultan Mehmet The Conqueror. 1h 30m, Astoria, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #16: Robert Moss Theater at 440 Studios
TUE 13 @ 7:00  FRI 16 @ 6:30  SUN 18 @ 4:30  FRI 23 @ 2:30  SAT 24 @ 7:00  

BIG DUMMY me & my old man;  BIG DUMMY; Writer: Mary Dimino; Director: Christine Miller; Bright child. Simple father. They're best friends. Until she outgrows him at age eleven. Embarrassed by him, and herself. Realizing dad's brilliant. As is. Growing up smarter than your father in a funny, factory-working family from Queens. Come, simplify yourself. 1h 19m, New York, NY  Solo Show, Comedy
VENUE #18: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
FRI 9 @ 7:00  SUN 11 @ 3:45  SAT 17 @ 12:45  TUE 20 @ 4:00  SAT 8/24 @ 6  SUN 25 @ 2:00  

Blizzard '67;  Playlab NYC; Writer: Jon Steinhagen; Director: Kevin P. Hale; Four carpooling businessmen are lost in the horrific 1967 Chicago blizzard. When they happen upon a stranded car, should they assist a stranger or protect themselves? Their decision is sure to haunt you long after you've left the theater. 2h, Astoria, NY  Drama,
VENUE #16: Robert Moss Theater at 440 Studios
TUE 13 @ 2:00  THU 15 @ 8:30  SAT 17 @ 2:30  TUE 20 @ 8:45  SAT 24 @ 4:15  

BOUNDLESS;  UPROCK; Writer: bobby miga; Director: bobby miga; Choreographer: Ed Esco & bobby miga; A tapestry of dance, music, spoken word and film documenting a Christian boy's journey to becoming a man while maneuvering through his talent, faith and sexuality. 1h, Touring, USA  Solo Show, Performance Art
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
MON 12 @ 6:00  THU 15 @ 2:00  MON 19 @ 3:45  WED 21 @ 9:30  THU 22 @ 9:45  

Bradley Cole;  Preview of the Arts; Writer: Book and Lyrics by Jason Young, Music by Bomi Lee; Ian, a friendless, socially awkward nerd, creates a fake twitter and blog personality called "Bradley Cole". His fabulous false persona becomes famous around the world, yet he tries to keep his nerdy identity a secret, even when everything unravels. 1h 30m, Manhattan, NY  Musical, Comedy
VENUE #7: Theatre 80
SAT 10 @ 9:45  FRI 16 @ 5:30  SUN 18 @ 6:45  THU 22 @ 8:15  FRI 23 @ 3:30  

Breaking Kayfabe;  I Mean! Productions; Writer: Temar Underwood; Barry Dorchester was one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time, but after the Nassau Coliseum Incident, his career was over. After years of silence, The Suicide Bomber finally tells all in this multimedia docudrama with live in-ring action. 1h 40m, Queens, NY  Drama, Multi-Media
VENUE #14: The Lynn Redgrave Theater
MON 12 @ 2  WED 14 @ 8:15  SAT 17 @ 7  MON 19 @ 4:15  SAT 24 @ 4:45  

BRENDA;  Writer: Cory Finley; Director: Ashley Rodbro; Wallace is 25 and feeling a little stuck in life. Oh, he's also gradually transforming into a 55-year-old woman... Brenda is an unhinged, melancholy road-trip play about American loneliness and the fragile things that make us who we are. 1h 30m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #16: Robert Moss Theater at 440 Studios
TUE 13 @ 4:45  FRI 16 @ 2:00  SUN 18 @ 7:00  FRI 23 @ 9:15  SAT 24 @ 2:00  

Bryan and Kim;  Five Flights Theater Company; Writer: Adam Delia; Director: Adam Delia; When Bryan helps Kim confront a traumatic event from her past, their relationship faces unforeseen challenges. As the ghost of Kim’s past threatens their future, Bryan finds himself inside a present he never could have predicted. 1h 10m, Queens, NY  , Drama
VENUE #1: Teatro SEA
FRI 9 @ 7:45  SAT 10 @ 7:00  WED 14 @ 5:30  SAT 17 @ 5:00  SUN 18 @ 9:00  

Bully;  Lee J. Kaplan; Writer: Lee J. Kaplan; Director: Padraic Lillis; Inspired by his 6th-grade journal entries, Lee calls his tormentors into the ring. It's a true story about finding the will and a way to get up off the mat and finally stand up to the bullies. 1h, Manhattan, NY  Solo Show, Drama, FringeHIGH
VENUE #18: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
SAT 10 @ 7:30  SUN 11 @ 6:00  WED 14 @ 6:00*  FRI 16 @ 2:30  SUN 18 @ 1:45  WED 21 @ 9:15  

cal and grey;  Sunglasses After Dark Productions; Writer: Becca Schlossberg; Director: Madeleine Rose M. Parsigian; Cal and Grey are enemies of the state. Their bond could ignite a revolution, or be the end of all they've ever known. Through shared strength and unimaginable loss, they will learn that some fires cannot be contained. 1h 30m, New York, NY  Drama,
VENUE #11: Teatro Circulo
SAT 10 @ 7:00  SUN 11 @ 2:45  WED 14 @ 3:30  THU 22 @ 3:00  SAT 24 @ 7:45  

Carol and Cotton;  Partizan Theater; Writer: James Vculek; Director: James Vculek; St. Paul 1963. Carol and T. Eugene ('Cotton') Thompson are living the American Dream in a beautiful house with four beautiful children. What could possibly go wrong? Minnesota's 'Crime of the Century' is what. Best Drama, 2012 Minnesota Fringe Festival. 1h 25m, Minneapolis, MN  Drama,
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
FRI 9 @ 4:30  SUN 11 @ NOON  MON 12 @ 7:00  WED 14 @ 4:00  THU 15 @ 9:00  

CARROLL GARDENS ABORNING;  LabRats Theater Company; Writer: Lawrence Dial; CARROLL GARDENS ABORNING is a rueful comedy about the deliberate diversions along the road to parenthood. It tells the story of two young couples whose private relationships are fractured when their secrets become public. 1h 50m, Brooklyn, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #1: Teatro SEA
SUN 11 @ 9:00  THU 15 @ 8:30  SUN 18 @ 4:00  WED 21 @ 8:45  FRI 23 @ 5:00  

Certifiable;  EdibleBrains in Association with Kimberly Laurenne ; Writer: Molly Rydzel ; Director: Mark Karafin; This dark rom-com follows the love triangle of Greg, Pam, and Marianne. A daring investigation into mental health, dependency and wine- begging Greg to answer the question: can he be her everything, when he is barely enough for himself? 1h 30m, Brooklyn, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater
SUN 11 @ 7:00  FRI 16 @ 9:30  SUN 18 @ 4:15  THU 22 @ 4:30  SAT 24 @ NOON  

Clown Play;  Skylight Productions; Writer: Paul David Young; Director: Robert Lutfy; What happens when clowns converge on an abandoned home in suburban America and one of them has a semi-automatic weapon? By the author of In the Summer Pavilion, 2011 FringeNYC (backstage.com “Critic’sPick”; NYDailyNews: “a gem”; CurtainUp! “perfect little play”). 1h 10m, Brooklyn, NY  Comedy, Clown/Mask
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
SAT 10 @ 2:45  SUN 11 @ 7:00  WED 14 @ 3:00  THU 15 @ 2:00  SAT 24 @ 9:30  

Confessions of Poverty;  Writer: Om Rupani; Director: Om Rupani; Claire and Ben meet secretly in hotel rooms --- to excavate their past, reveal secrets about their new lovers, and navigate the tug of war between desire and appearances, between convenience and real passion. 2h 15m, Manhattan, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #1: Teatro SEA
TUE 13 @ 4:00  WED 14 @ 9:00  SAT 17 @ 8:30  TUE 20 @ 8:45  SUN 25 @ 3:45  

Count Down My Life;  Tip Tap; Writer: Book and Lyrics by Ikko Ueda, Music Tokifumi Ozawa; Director: Ikko Ueda; Choreographer: Masao Miki and Roumin; A Japanese Smash Hit Rock Musical! "Count Down My Life" is a story of a struggling playwright. As another birthday approaches, life questions & worries surmount. And the future is held in one phone call… 1h 50m, Tokyo, Japan  Musical, Drama
VENUE #7: Theatre 80
FRI 9 @ 10:00  SAT 10 @ 7:00  SUN 11 @ 6:15  MON 12 @ 1:30  TUE 13 @ 8:30  

Cowboys Don't Sing: A Western Musical;  Figure It Out Later Productions; Writer: Dennis Flynn, Music by Johnny Kelley, additional score by T.J. Alcalá; Director: Dennis Flynn; The lone cowboy rides into a singing town on his trusty steed. He meets danger, romance, Western archetypes, and way too many musical numbers, including "The Racist Song." Will he abandon his cowboy ways and sing? Well yeah, but still. 1h 45m, Bronx, NY  Comedy, Musical, FringeHIGH
VENUE #7: Theatre 80
FRI 9 @ 5:15  THU 15 @ 7:45  SUN 18 @ 3:30*  FRI 23 @ 5:45  SAT 24 @ 9:45  

The Dead Hooker Play;  Noble Realm Productions; Writer: Scott Decker; Its Miles' wedding day. Hooray! Two problems: 1. He hates his fiancee'. 2. The dead prostitute in his bed. Hilarity ensues. This dark comedy marks the return of Scott Decker to FringeNYC. Produced by two-time Tony nominee Alison Fraser. 2h, New York, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #17: The Players Theatre
FRI 9 @ 9:30  SUN 11 @ 5:45  SUN 18 @ 2:15  WED 21 @ 9:45  THU 22 @ 6:30  

Death and McCootie;  P.I. Theatrical; Writer: Clayton Smith and Percy Rodriguez; Director: Michelle Bossy; A film noir-style farce that goes a little haywire when Edgar P. McCootie, P.I. matches (a lack of) wits with the Grim Reaper in a desperate bid to escape his own death. 1h 40m, New York, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater
FRI 9 @ 5:00  SUN 11 @ NOON  FRI 16 @ 7:00  WED 21 @ 9:45  SAT 24 @ 5:30  

disremember;  Broken Spoke; Writer: Shannon McPhee; Choreographer: Shannon McPhee and Joshua R. Pyne; What do we do when the memory of who we used to be overshadows who we have become? Blending dance and text, "disremember" follows one couple as they move in and out of these memories, both destructive and nostalgic. 50m, Brooklyn, NY  Performance Art, Drama
VENUE #16: Robert Moss Theater at 440 Studios
WED 14 @ 7:00  THU 15 @ 4:15  SAT 17 @ 10:00  TUE 20 @ 2:15  SUN 25 @ 6:00  

Double Fault;  Writer: Troy Diana; Director: Troy Diana; POINT: Adriana Zarro, a teen tennis phenom, is poised for a comeback. SET: She's a recovering drug addict with an overbearing mother of a coach. MATCH: As the biggest game of her life looms, Adriana must choose sports glory or freedom. 1h 30m, New York, NY  Drama,
VENUE #14: The Lynn Redgrave Theater
FRI 9 @ 7:30  SUN 18 @ 2:30  MON 19 @ 9:30  WED 21 @ 2:00  FRI 23 @ 4:45  

Double Heart (The Courtship of Beatrice and Benedick);  Great Lakes Theater; Writer: David Hansen; Director: Lisa Ortenzi; Choreographer: Carli Taylor Miluk; Behold this Rom-Com of the Renaissance! How Shakespeare's sharp-tongu'd lovers met as teens, (a prequel to accomp'ny "Much Ado") with parties, pranks, conspiracies endearing; anachronistic flair and bawdy wit, a tale of love, yes -- and its opposite. 1h, Cleveland, OH  Comedy, Drama, FringeHIGH
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater
SAT 10 @ 5:00*  SUN 11 @ 2:30  WED 14 @ 8:30  THU 15 @ 7:00  SAT 17 @ NOON  

DOWN THE MOUNTAIN AND ACROSS THE STREAM;  BACKYARD PRODUCTIONS; Writer: Jake Shore; Director: Jake Shore; Your child is at war. Is she safe? Turner claims to know. He sells the information, but if he has the truth, why does he hire Eric to deliver it? Alice and Gerald are about to find out. 1h 20m, Brooklyn, NY  Drama,
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
SAT 10 @ 8:15  SUN 11 @ 2:15  WED 14 @ 6:15  SUN 18 @ 3:15  SAT 24 @ 6:00  

The Drifts Live: the novel onstage;  The Drifts Live Collective; Writer: thom vernon; Queer, southern, gothic. Faulkner meets O’Connor meets McCullers. A trans-dad, a housewife, her husband, his lover and a calf fight their sex in a mean Arkansas blizzard. "Hilarious and harrowing." thom vernon (Seinfeld, The Fugitive, etc.) performs his novel solo. 1h, Toronto, Canada  Solo Show, Drama
VENUE #15: The White Box at 440 Studios
SAT 10 @ 2:00  SUN 11 @ 3:30  THU 15 @ 8:30  SAT 17 @ 7:15  WED 21 @ 7:00  THU 22 @ 5:00  

En Avant! An Evening with Tennessee Williams;  Writer: William Shuman; Director: Ruis Woertendyke; I'll fix myself a drink then we'll talk. You'll hear about mother, Edwina, who believed she was Amanda, father, Cornelius and dear sister Rose. Then we'll explore some of my work, my loves and my demons. En Avant! 1h 25m, Boynton Beach , FL  Solo Show, Drama
VENUE #3: CSV Kabayitos
FRI 9 @ 9:30  FRI 16 @ 3:00  SAT 17 @ 9:45  TUE 20 @ 4:45  FRI 23 @ 7:15  SAT 24 @ 2:00  

EPICish;  Not Tom Productions; Writer: Eve A. Butler; A trio of coming-of-age stories based on Beowulf, the Epic of Gilgamesh, and The Odyssey. Three angry young women in the haunted coastal city of Savannah, Georgia deal with stalking, grief, and unwanted motherhood. 1h 30m, Manhattan, NY  Solo Show, Drama
VENUE #9: JIMMY'S NO. 43
FRI 9 @ 9:15  SUN 11 @ 9:00  SUN 18 @ 5:15  WED 21 @ 7:15  SAT 24 @ 2:45  SUN 25 @ 3:00  

Ex Machina;  Monster Down! Theatre Company and Aporia Theater; Writer: David Jacobi; Director: Sarah Wansley ; Two Smartphone factory drones must learn to coexist while under threat from fascist anti-union politics, drunk guards, and a sexy anarchist unfettered by the laws of physics. A dystopian dark comedy about dancing, Nekko Wafers, and the thrill of rebellion. 1h 10m, San Diego & Manhattan, CA & NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #4: Teatro LATEA
FRI 9 @ 5:30  THU 15 @ 7:00  SAT 17 @ 3:30  WED 21 @ 3:30  FRI 23 @ 9:30  

A Fallopian Fairy Tale;  YBW Productions; Writer: Marisa Marquez; Director: Kira Onodera; Maligaya is on a mission "to take the pink out of Princess and put it back in the pussy." With her pitch for a Disney meets "Girls" children's book at stake, stories from her life expose a less charming reality. 1h, Manhattan, NY  FringeHIGH, Solo Show
VENUE #3: CSV Kabayitos
SAT 10 @ 12:30  SAT 17 @ 6:00  WED 21 @ 5:30*  THU 22 @ 8:45  FRI 23 @ 9:30  SAT 24 @ 8:00  

The Famous Play;  Anthony Natoli; Writer: Anthony Natoli; Director: Anthony Natoli; An experiment in self-promotion by self-immolation, THE FAMOUS PLAY is a queasily circular fun-house of sado-masochism and dick jokes from Anthony Natoli’s sick merry-go-round of a mind. In the words of Young Jean Lee, “It’s excruciating to watch.” 55m, New York, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
MON 19 @ 5:00  WED 21 @ 7:00  THU 22 @ 5:00  FRI 23 @ 8:15  SAT 24 @ 1:30  

FIRST HAND WOMAN;  Fire Up Productions; Writer: Sarah Michelle Brown; Director: Rosanna Saracino; Set within a woman’s heart and mind, this journey through heartache and healing is told by the boisterous, unapologetic stages of loss. “It’s not just the alternative to the Sex and the City movie; it’s the real thing.” - Montreal Gazette 1h 30m, Toronto, Canada  Drama, Drama
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
FRI 16 @ 5:30  SAT 17 @ 8:15  SUN 18 @ 9:15  THU 22 @ 3:30  FRI 23 @ 3:45  

For a Good Time, Call Kathy Blanchard;  Outside Inside; Writer: Michael Ross Albert; Director: Kaitlyn Samuel; Lawrence is breaking down. His family won’t leave the house until someone wins the Stanley Cup. Everyone’s prepared for a devastating loss. But, Lawrence has a plan… A comedy about hockey, heartbreak and the places we used to call home. 1h 10m, New York, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
SAT 10 @ 12:30  SUN 11 @ 10:15  MON 12 @ 5:00  THU 15 @ 7:00  SAT 24 @ 4:00  

Free Desiree;  Ten Auras Productions; Writer: Amontaine Aurore; Director: Tikka Sears; Join Desiree and Shauna, two rebel sisters growing up in the '70s as they take on Black pride, the Funky Chicken, Blaxploitation films, and a crisis at the high school. A slammin' 1970s Seattle funk soundtrack accompanies their exploits. 1h 15m, Seattle, WA  Solo Show, FringeHIGH
VENUE #9: JIMMY'S NO. 43
SAT 10 @ NOON  MON 12 @ 5:30*  THU 15 @ 7:45  SUN 18 @ 9:15  THU 22 @ 3:00  SAT 24 @ 7:15  

Freefall Frostbite;  Parallel Universe Theater Resources; Writer: Michael Fixel, with music by Marc Irwin and Michael Fixel; Director: Juliet Fixel, Musical Direction by Marc Irwin; Choreographer: Juliet Fixel; We're all waiting on line at the entry to an exclusive club on a frigid New Year's Eve. The Doormen stand guard with the list. Tonight all of our illusions will be deconstructed and we'll be left with- everything. 2h, St. Johns, FL  Drama, Musical
VENUE #12: The Ellen Stewart Theatre - La MaMa
FRI 9 @ 7:30  SAT 10 @ 2:00  SUN 11 @ 9:45  MON 12 @ 2:00  

A Future Imperfect;  Writer: William S. E. Coleman; Director: Allison Moody; The law cannot protect you – if indeed you are even you! As an oppressive government regulates human contact, humanity’s future deteriorates into turbulent uncertainty. This suite of four satirical and foreboding accounts asks, “Can humanity save itself from itself?” 1h 20m, New York, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
SAT 10 @ 7:00  TUE 13 @ 7:30  FRI 16 @ 4:30  SAT 17 @ 5:30  WED 21 @ 2:00  

Fxxx Me!;  Ulrika Ellemark Production; Writer: Ulrika Ellemark; Director: Ulrika Ellemark; "I'm not like other girls, guys normally like me for that...that I'm just me". A solo show from Sweden. One woman, many topics. She talks about everything, nothing is taboo... 45m, Stockholm, Sweden  Comedy, Improv/Sketch/Stand-up
VENUE #3: CSV Kabayitos
SUN 11 @ 9:15  THU 15 @ 3:00  SAT 17 @ 1:45  SUN 18 @ 8:45  WED 21 @ 8:00  THU 22 @ 10:30  

Gertrude Stein SAINTS!;  Theatre Plastique; Writer: Based on text by Gertrude Stein, adapted by the ensemble at Carnegie Mellon University; Director: Michelle Sutherland; The sound of American music ignites this adaptation of Stein's unconventional 'saints' librettos, making for an opera experience unlike anything else. With joyful abandon these performer/saints sing through gospel, rap, jazz, rock, and country to an ecstatic conclusion. #prepare4saints 1h 15m, National, Pittsburgh, PA  Musical, Drama
VENUE #12: The Ellen Stewart Theatre - La MaMa
FRI 9 @ 10:15  SAT 10 @ 4:45  MON 12 @ 7:30  TUE 13 @ 7:30  WED 14 @ 4:45  

Gotham Radio Theatre's The Awful Truth;  Gotham Radio Theatre; Writer: Arthur Richman, adapted for radio by Sydnie Grosberg Ronga; Director: Sydnie Grosberg Ronga; Gotham recreates a 1940s radio show where our fictional 40’s stars of stage and screen perform The Awful Truth, complete with live sound effects. You are the studio audience that will add the laugh-track to this fabulous screwball comedy. 1h 15m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy,
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater
FRI 9 @ 9:45  THU 15 @ 5:00  SUN 18 @ 2:15  TUE 20 @ 7:00  THU 22 @ 2:30  

The Great iii Am;  Writer: Matt Graham; Choreographer: Matt "Martha" Graham; Matt Graham (“a funnier Spalding Gray" - USA Today) is back on his soapbox with a Scrabble tutorial from on high. Or is it a theology class on a Scrabble board? Check it out. You have nothing to lose but your soul. 1h 15m, Kew Gardens, NY  Solo Show, Comedy
VENUE #13: SubCulture
SUN 11 @ 2:45  SAT 17 @ NOON  SUN 18 @ 11:15  FRI 23 @ 7:15  SAT 24 @ 6:15  

HALF;  Writer: Becca Foresman; Director: Cara Tucker; A King and Queen declare divorce, launching their servants into a slapstick frenzy as the kingdom busts apart like a firecracker. Two actors play six madcap characters in this irreverent, whirling-dervish farce. Grab hold...and let the Royal Tug-of-War begin! 1h 40m, Brooklyn, NY  Comedy, Clown/Mask
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater
SAT 10 @ NOON  TUE 13 @ 4:30  SAT 17 @ 9:00  WED 21 @ 4:45  THU 22 @ 9:30  

The Hat;  Leap In The Dark Productions; Writer: Melissa R. Randel; Director: Sergio Castillo; The curtain rises on her 87th performance of a landmark Broadway musical, but no one tells Ruth her father has died. Forevermore, her heart clings to a gold-studded chorus girl's top hat...lights up-5-6-7-8! 1h, Los Angeles, CA, New York, NY (bi-coastal)  Drama, Performance Art
VENUE #18: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
SUN 11 @ 9:30  THU 15 @ 3:45  SAT 17 @ 6:30  SUN 18 @ 5:15  TUE 20 @ 10:15  WED 21 @ 5:30  

A Homecoming;  Joe Beck; Writer: Joe Beck; Director: Troy Miller; A Homecoming is the story of Lee and James, an elderly couple who call their three reluctant adult children home to their apartment in Queens for a very special birthday party. 1h 54m, Long Island, NY  Drama, Drama
VENUE #17: The Players Theatre
SAT 10 @ 4:45  FRI 16 @ 2:00  TUE 20 @ 9:00  THU 22 @ 1:00  FRI 23 @ 7:00  

HORSE PLAY The Musical;  Ezekiel's Chariot; Writer: Book by Mitch Kess & Ariel Fintzi, Music & Lyrics by Mitch Kess, Add'l Lyrics by Ariel Fintzi, Add'l Music by Yaakov Bergman, Ariel Fintzi, Ted Cruz; Director: Christian  Amato, Musical Direction by Ted Cruz; Choreographer: Jac-Louis Snyman; Horses place the bets as a NYC carriage driver falls in love with a woman intent on banning horses from Central Park. A rock score drives this universal tale about life, freedom and how love of horses brings people together. 1h 50m, New York, NY  Musical,
VENUE #12: The Ellen Stewart Theatre - La MaMa
FRI 9 @ 4:45  SAT 10 @ 9:45  SUN 11 @ 4:15  TUE 13 @ 2:00  WED 14 @ 9:45  

Horsehead;  Cattive Compagnie; Writer: Damon Lockwood; Director: Leonardo Buttaroni; In The Godfather, the head of a horse is cut off and placed in the bed of a Hollywood film director for the refusal of a favour... ever thought about the two guys that had to put it there? 1h, Roma, Italia  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater
SAT 10 @ 7:30  TUE 13 @ 9:45  SAT 17 @ 4:30  TUE 20 @ 3:00  SUN 25 @ NOON  

Human Fruit Bowl;  EREnglish Productions; Writer: Andrea Kuchlewska; Director: Jessi D. Hill; A tub, a scarf, a stool and a naked woman. Monologue, mystery, live fine art modeling session; this fast-paced solo work asks: What are the stories we tell about artists and their muses? Winner: Best Production at Prague Fringe. 55m, Manhattan & Brooklyn, NY  Solo Show, Drama
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
TUE 13 @ 3:45  THU 15 @ 7:15  SAT 17 @ 9:45  SUN 18 @ 10:00  THU 22 @ 4:00  

The Hungry Ghost;  Writer: Evan Brenner; Director: Snehal Desai; What happens when you get all the success you ever dreamed of and it melts away? Join Evan Brenner on a quest for redemption through humiliating temp jobs, toothbrushes, his mafia landlord, and a most unexpected destination. 1h 10m, Manhattan, NY  Solo Show, Comedy
VENUE #18: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
FRI 9 @ 5:00  WED 14 @ 8:30  TUE 20 @ 2:00  THU 22 @ 5:30  FRI 23 @ 8:00  SUN 25 @ NOON  

I (honestly) Love You;  Lockwood Productions; Writer: Damon Lockwood; Director: Damon Lockwood; Nominated Best Play in Western Australia, this comedy gem follows two people inflicted with a truth telling disease, as they meet and fall in love. 50m, Perth, Western Australia  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
FRI 16 @ 2:00  SAT 17 @ 7:00  SUN 18 @ 1:30  MON 19 @ 8:30  WED 21 @ 5:15  

I AM A MOON;  Mia Shen in Association with Pocket Theater (Cyprus); Writer: Zhu Yi; Director: Marios Theocharous; A closeted popstar, a secret fan, a body full of hickeys, a window without curtain... together weave a darkly humorous tale about finding the beauty of our ugly side. The play is tributed to the late Japanese porn star Ai Iijima. 1h 35m, New York, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #14: The Lynn Redgrave Theater
FRI 9 @ 5:00  MON 12 @ 4:30  WED 14 @ 5:45  THU 15 @ 9:30  FRI 16 @ 7:00  

I Was Loved by a Rat;  Writer: Essie Martsinkovsky; Director: Anna Strasser; Armed with rat poison, Antonia is all set to eliminate the vermin infesting her apartment--until she meets the lone culprit, R.G. A hard lesson in loving, and being loved by, your neighbor. 50m, Boston, MA  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #11: Teatro Circulo
THU 15 @ 7:00  FRI 16 @ 3:45  SUN 18 @ 7:00  THU 22 @ 5:15  SUN 25 @ 12:15  

In My Own Defense;  Social Paraphernalia; Writer: L.H. Mursy; Director: L.H. Mursy; Victor is a disgruntled comedian. Lesser known for his identity as a serious poet, he embarks on a journey to destroy his comedic image so his evil sidekick and he would have a better chance at achieving world domination through bad poetry. 1h 30m, Chicago, IL  Comedy, Performance Art
VENUE #13: SubCulture
WED 14 @ 4:30  THU 15 @ 10:30  FRI 16 @ 4:30  SUN 18 @ 5:15  TUE 20 @ 5:00  

Inexcusable Fantasies;  GrrlParts Productions; Writer: Susan McCully; Director: Eve Muson; Martha Stewart’s marzipan, motorcycles and Panasonic personal massagers are just a few of the secret obsessions Susan McCully lays bare in this whip-smart comedy about lesbian (in)visibility and the unmistakably erotic powers of Grandma’s Oil of Olay. 1h, Baltimore, MD  Comedy, Performance Art
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
SUN 18 @ 2:00  MON 19 @ 9:15  WED 21 @ 7:15  THU 22 @ 7:30  SAT 24 @ 4:45  

Infallibility;  Writer: Matt Barbot; Director: Kelly Johnston; Actor and priest-in-training Carlo has been imprisoned after being tricked into playing a role in the infamous Cadaver Synod. With the help of his favorite Saint, he must perform his story, regain his faith, and find a happy ending. 1h 40m, Brooklyn, NY  Clown/Mask, Drama
VENUE #16: Robert Moss Theater at 440 Studios
WED 14 @ 8:45  THU 15 @ 6:00  SAT 17 @ NOON  TUE 20 @ 4:00  THU 22 @ 9:00  

Informed Consent;  Jeff Mandels ; Writer: Jeff Mandels; 30 January, 1940. We are in the psychiatric institute at Wiesloch, Germany as we see four female patients on the eve of being sent to a transfer center where they will receive special care. And so our story begins... 2h 25m, Sammamish, WA  Drama, Drama
VENUE #14: The Lynn Redgrave Theater
MON 12 @ 9:00  WED 14 @ 2:30  SAT 17 @ 9:30  WED 21 @ 4:15  THU 22 @ 2:15  

Jack London: Sex, Love and Revolution;  Filmus, Inc.; Writer: Ben Goldstein; Director: Kimberly Loren Eaton; Adventurer, lover, literary giant, photographer and revolutionary, Jack London rises from poverty to become the highest paid, most popular, most controversial author in the world. From the Klondike to the San Francisco Earthquake his exploits and romances make headlines worldwide. 2h 25m, NYC, Manhattan, NY  Drama, Multi-Media
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
THU 15 @ 4:00  SUN 18 @ 2:30  TUE 20 @ 9:00  THU 22 @ 8:15  SUN 25 @ NOON  

Judgment Day;  Rare Media Productions; Writer: Maria S. Schlatter; Director: Michael Schwartz; Broadway actor Donald Corren (Souvenir) gives a tour-de-force performance as seven wildly different characters navigating the final hours of what may be the Last Day on Earth. 1h 25m, New York, NY  Comedy, Solo Show
VENUE #17: The Players Theatre
FRI 9 @ 7:15  TUE 13 @ 7:45  WED 14 @ 9:30  FRI 23 @ 2:30  SAT 24 @ NOON  

Kemble's Riot;  Rolemop; Writer: Adrian Bunting; Director: Kerri McLean; Based on the true story of the 1809 riots at London's Covent Garden Theatre that lasted 66 nights and a man at war with his audience. Become the rioting audience and watch the drama unfold. A huge slice of fun! 1h, London, England  Drama, FringeHIGH
VENUE #17: The Players Theatre
SAT 17 @ 1:00*  SUN 18 @ 5:45  TUE 20 @ 7:15  WED 21 @ 5:15  SAT 24 @ 8:30  

KILLER THERAPY;  Syntaxis Productions; Writer: Brandt Johnson; Director: Katie Lindsay; An infamous assassin facing a midlife crisis pays a surprise visit to a pacifist therapist as she’s about to leave for spin class. She stays. He recovers his lost humanity, and she discovers her inner ninja. 1h 20m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #17: The Players Theatre
SAT 10 @ 7:30  TUE 13 @ 5:30  FRI 16 @ 7:00  WED 21 @ 3:00  FRI 23 @ 4:45  

KINEMATIK;  KINEMATIK Dance Theater; Choreographer: Svea Schneider; Dive into the surreal world of PERFECT PROTOTYPE as fierce female dancers mimic and manipulate mannequins, challenging perfect body aesthetics within media culture. Next, explore the visually stimulating bustling world of INSEKTA, fusing Breakdance, House, Modern Dance with live projections. 1h 45m, Queens, NY  Dance, Multi-Media, FringeHIGH
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
FRI 9 @ 9:15  MON 12 @ 2:00  SAT 17 @ NOON  SAT 24 @ 9:30  SUN 25 @ 1:45*  

The Kitchen Table Plays;  Writer: Erin Breznitsky; Director: Tamara Winters; Stories of a new divorcé, manipulative business partners, the parents of a volatile teen, and others intertwine in this lyrical exploration of the frail, violent, sexy, joyful moments that unfold at the silent witness to every home: the kitchen table. 1h 50m, New York, NY  Drama, Spoken Word/Poetry
VENUE #11: Teatro Circulo
SUN 11 @ NOON  TUE 13 @ 8:45  TUE 20 @ 3:45  THU 22 @ 7:00  FRI 23 @ 4:15  

kumrads won't;  Writer: Christina Michelle Watkins; Director: Kristin McCarthy Parker; e.e. cummings, whiskey, a stuffed koala named James... Ponce doesn’t know what awaits her in aging Walter’s crummy apartment. As they weather a midnight snowstorm, a fragile connection sparks. Can they make it last till morning? 1h 20m, Queens, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #11: Teatro Circulo
THU 15 @ 2:00  FRI 16 @ 9:30  SAT 17 @ 4:30  SUN 18 @ 1:30  WED 21 @ 7:15  

Landscape With Missing Person: A Comedy About Finding What You Didn't Know You Were Looking For;  The Magnetic Theatre; Writer: John Crutchfield; Director: Steven Samuels; A teenage railroad punk helps a strange middle-aged man search for his mysteriously vanished wife. Their cross-country journey leads them to characters and situations by turns comic, menacing, lyrical, and bizarre, and sometimes all at once. 2h, Asheville, NC  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #4: Teatro LATEA
SAT 10 @ 3:30  TUE 13 @ 8:15  WED 14 @ 5:45  THU 15 @ 4:15  FRI 16 @ 8:45  

Lies We Tell Ourselves (when flamethrowers aren't enough);  Coleavens Industries; Writer: Josh Sohn; Director: Jason Bruffy; Gabe is freaking out. The wedding is moments away and he needs answers fast. Friends and lovers come to life in a circle of memories to grapple with betrayals, serendipity, and courage. Also, flame-throwers. The past can be undone… 1h 35m, Brooklyn, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #17: The Players Theatre
SAT 10 @ 9:45  TUE 13 @ 10:00  SAT 17 @ 4:15  TUE 20 @ 2:00  SUN 25 @ NOON  

Lights Narrow;  teatro oscuro and manhattan theatresource; Writer: Vincent Marano; Director: DeLisa White; Choreographer: NA; Is hell a heaven of our own making or is the end a wish we can't control? Two strangers meet in a place both familiar and foreign to sort out their collective fates. Will death be the only winner? 1h 10m, Bronx, NY  Drama, FringeHIGH
VENUE #18: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
SUN 11 @ 1:45  TUE 13 @ 5:45*  WED 14 @ 10:30  SUN 18 @ 7:00  WED 21 @ 7:15  SAT 24 @ 2:15  

Like Poetry;  Ivy Theatre Company; Writer: Kristian O'Hare; Director: Audrey Alford; 300mg Lavender for exhaustion. 500mg Kava Kava for anxiety. Stagger haphazardly follows Walt Whitman into an uncertain sexual underworld while memories of his best friend, Card, cling to him like a lyme-carrying tick. Pills, bugs, and sexuality collide like poetry. 2h, Manhattan, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #12: The Ellen Stewart Theatre - La MaMa
SAT 10 @ 7:00  SUN 11 @ 1:30  MON 12 @ 4:45  TUE 13 @ 4:45  WED 14 @ 7:00  

Listen...Can You Hear Me Now?;  An 11:11 Experiment; Writer: Gloria Rosen; Director: Michael Leoni; Hearing makes Gloria an outsider in her home where telephones and doorbells set off flashing lights, and she becomes the world’s first lip syncher. The interpreter for deaf parents shares the daring, funny, eye-opening story of finding her own voice. 1h, Manhattan, NY  Solo Show, Drama
VENUE #18: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
SAT 10 @ 4:00  THU 15 @ 10:00  FRI 16 @ 4:15  SAT 17 @ 4:45  SUN 18 @ NOON  SAT 24 @ 8:15  

Little Piece of You;  Writer: Mariah Freda; Director: Alexandra Kuechler-Caffall; This is a love story. It's about the love we find in a friendship, in a partner, in an idea. It's about the love that we outgrow and the pieces of it that stick with us. 1h 5m, Brooklyn, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #4: Teatro LATEA
SAT 10 @ 6:15  SUN 11 @ 7:00  FRI 16 @ 6:45  SAT 24 @ 7:00  SUN 25 @ 4:00  

Lollapacoacharoozastock Music Festival;  Positive Feedback; Writer: Adam Blotner; Director: Phyllis Katz; It’s the most famous bands you’ve never heard of! First performed at The Groundlings in Los Angeles, this rock concert spoofs the spectrum of pop music with original songs and characters. It’s the only festival you can afford this year! 45m, Los Angeles, CA  Musical, Comedy
VENUE #13: SubCulture
SUN 11 @ 5:30  WED 14 @ 7:30  SAT 17 @ 11:15  FRI 23 @ 2:00  SAT 24 @ 9:00  

Luke Nicholas;  NO HOPE Productions; Writer: Tim Aumiller; Director: Tim Aumiller; Thomas is turning 40. His life and decade-long relationship are in shambles--all because of a hot young stripper. The award winning NO HOPE team returns with this sexy gay exploration of the politics of modern connections. 1h 50m, Manhattan, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #11: Teatro Circulo
FRI 9 @ 5:00  SAT 10 @ 9:15  TUE 13 @ 2:45  WED 14 @ 7:30  SAT 17 @ 1:45  

Lula del Ray;  Manual Cinema; Writer: Drew Dir, Sarah Fornace, Julia Miller, Kyle Vegter; Director: Drew Dir, Sarah Fornace, Julia Miller; Lula del Ray is a live feature animation made with overhead projectors, shadow puppets, live music, and quadraphonic sound design. Set in the American West, Lula del Ray is a mythic reinvention of the classic coming-of-age story. 1h 15m, Chicago, IL  Puppetry, Multi-Media
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
SAT 10 @ 4:15  SUN 11 @ 7:45  THU 15 @ 5:30  WED 21 @ 2:00  FRI 23 @ 9:45  

Lydia and Tom: A New Musical;  Writer: Nick Parker, Composer: Solomon Hoffman; Director: Alex Hare, Movement Director: Victoria Pollack; Choreographer: Adrianna Aguilar; A slice-of-life musical meets contemporary dance piece, Lydia & Tom traces the titular duo’s friendship from adolescence to adulthood, tested by physical distance, professional disappointment, competition and unrequited longing. L&T wrestles with the joy and anguish of our formative relationships. 1h 40m, Manhattan, NY  Musical, Dance
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
FRI 9 @ 6:45  SAT 10 @ NOON  WED 14 @ 8:45  SUN 18 @ 6:45  SAT 24 @ 7:00  

The Madogs of Diego;  Trup Sapsiway; Writer: Gaston Valayden; Director: Gaston Valayden/Sound & Light Engineer: Lorven Vydelingum; Historical Drama based on Chagossians people of Diego Garcia how they were kicked out of their homeland by the British to allow the Americans to build a Military Base. A Fascinating Story of Colonialist Exploitation. 1h 20m, Roches Brunes, Rose Hill, Mauritius  Drama,
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
WED 14 @ 10:15  FRI 16 @ 3:45  SAT 17 @ NOON  WED 21 @ 8:45  THU 22 @ 9:15  

The Magic Mirror;  Juventas New Music Ensemble ; Writer: Polina Nazaykinskaya, composer; Director: Lidiya Yankovskaya, Music Director; Erin Huelskamp, Stage Director; Based on Pushkin's version of the Snow White story, The Magic Mirror, a new opera, presents a contemporary twist on this timeless tale. Something for people of all ages--opera novices and connoisseurs alike! 1h 20m, Boston, MA  Musical, Drama
VENUE #2: CSV Flamboyan
WED 21 @ 3:00  THU 22 @ 9:45  FRI 23 @ 4:15  SAT 24 @ NOON  SAT 24 @ 8:45  

Manic Pixie Dream Girl: A Graphic Novel Play;  Manic Pixie Productions in Association with PlayGround; Writer: Katie May; Director: Jon Tracy; The darkly comic story of a struggling artist and his mysterious muse, told in the style of a graphic novel. MPDG is a beer-drinking, pop-culture referencing, punch to the theatrical gut—more High Fidelity than Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf. 1h 10m, San Francisco, CA  Comedy, Drama, FringeHIGH
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
FRI 9 @ 7:00  SAT 10 @ NOON*  TUE 13 @ 9:45  WED 14 @ 5:00  FRI 16 @ 2:30  

MARRIED SEX;  Zam Not Spam Productions; Writer: Laura Zam; Director: Shirley Serotsky; The wild world of women's sexual dysfunction! On Laura's honeymoon in Rome, she unearths...problems. Searching for a solution, she encounters an insane hypnotist, a jet-setting Tantric mistress, a cynical sexpert, a horny rabbi, and more. Want relationship tips? Come. 1h 30m, Washington, DC  Comedy, Solo Show
VENUE #9: JIMMY'S NO. 43
SAT 10 @ 3:45  WED 14 @ 4:45  THU 15 @ 9:45  SAT 17 @ NOON  MON 19 @ 9:15  THU 22 @ 7:00  

Marshall's Law;  Midnight Drive Productions; Writer: Shadley Grei; Director: David Avcollie; Marshall's Law explores what happens when Abby's son locks her in the basement with Zach and forces them to deal with each other for the first time since Abby's ex (Zach's current) husband was killed in a car accident. 1h, Los Angeles, CA  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #1: Teatro SEA
TUE 20 @ 7:00  WED 21 @ 7:00  THU 22 @ 5:00  SAT 24 @ 9:30  SUN 25 @ 2:00  

Me Love Me;  Be Flat Productions; Writer: Brandon Baruch; Director: Marc Warzecha; Tuck, a libertine, struggling actor with a coke-addiction, learns he has a biological clone. The two men quickly embark upon a tear of debauchery and clone sex, leaving his (their?) girlfriend to pick up the pieces. From Hollywood, CA. 1h 30m, Los Angeles, CA  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #17: The Players Theatre
SAT 10 @ NOON  SUN 11 @ 8:30  WED 14 @ 4:45  FRI 16 @ 4:45  SAT 17 @ 9:15  

Melting in Madras;  Overcoat Theater; Writer: H.R. Britton; Director: Rajeev Varma; A naive young American travels to India to explore yoga, meditation, and music. After three months, his quest for enlightenment takes a detour when he becomes ill. Storytelling and live music tell the tale of this confusing and beautiful pilgrimage. 1h 15m, Boston, MA  Solo Show, Drama
VENUE #3: CSV Kabayitos
SAT 17 @ 3:15  SUN 18 @ 3:00  TUE 20 @ 9:45  WED 21 @ 9:30  SAT 24 @ 9:45  SUN 25 @ 3:00  

Mercedes Benz Awkwardly;  Hannah Williams; Writer: Hannah Williams; Director: Hayley Butcher; 2011 PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD WINNER MELBOURNE FRINGE FESTIVAL Smouldering pole queen Mercedes Benz takes a moment between lap dances and stage shows to tell all, a stripper with a sassy mouth spilling all the juiciest secrets. www.mercedesbenzawkwardly.tumblr.com 1h, Melbourne, Australia  Comedy, Musical
VENUE #11: Teatro Circulo
TUE 20 @ 8:00  WED 21 @ 3:00  THU 22 @ 9:45  SAT 24 @ NOON  SAT 24 @ 10:00  

Milk for Mrs. Stone;  Proletarian Productions; Writer: Charles Gershman; Director: Eli Taylor; A conservative Kansas matriarch has had a stroke and can hardly speak. When her son asks her to pay for his Muslim boyfriend's cancer surgery, will she be able to overcome their differences and keep her family from falling apart? 1h 30m, Manhattan, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #16: Robert Moss Theater at 440 Studios
FRI 16 @ 4:15  SUN 18 @ 9:15  MON 19 @ 4:30  WED 21 @ 9:15  THU 22 @ 5:00  

Molly Marjorie Rosenblatt Needs A Man (And Other Stuff);  Writer: Mallory Schlossberg/musical arrangements by Joel Esher; Director: Robin Rothman/Musical Director: Eric Gersen; Choreographer: Jessica Zenou; Meet Molly Marjorie Rosenblatt: New York’s hottest mess. Broke, hopeless, and seriously into Brooklyn hipsters (but she's got an Astoria zip code). Don’t miss this hilarious original one-woman musical about not having it together. Celebrate your mess! 1h, New York, NY  Comedy, Musical
VENUE #18: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
SUN 11 @ 7:45  TUE 13 @ 4:00  SAT 17 @ 3:00  SUN 18 @ 9:00  THU 22 @ 3:45  FRI 23 @ 6:15  

MONOCULAR MAN;  Merlyn's Pen & Quincy Dog Productions; Writer: R. Jim Stahl; Director: Kate Lohman; In the era of Viet Nam, Woodstock, and dot-matrix, everyone's making bombs, including our long-haired, short-winded, one-eyed hero. "Explosive," "literary," and "comic," MM travels suburbs from Swampscott to Miami, taking on race, privilege (his), manhood, and fried chicken. 1h 55m, Providence, RI  Solo Show, Comedy
VENUE #13: SubCulture
SUN 11 @ 8:30  THU 15 @ 2:00  TUE 20 @ 9:45  FRI 23 @ 4:15  SAT 24 @ 2:45  

Morning to be Changed from the Morning to the Morning, or Belly of the Whale;  The Million Underscores ; Writer: Nicolas Noreña in collaboration with Lizzy Denning, Ethan Fishbane, Jade Fusco and Caitlin Hargraves; Director: Nicolas Noreña; A Portrait in 24 hours or 25 frames Fragments of a broken Self journey through the hours of a day. 5678910111212345678910111212345 But who are these people? What is it in their language that is so contagious? Don't they recognize each other? 1h, Brooklyn , NY  Performance Art, Dance
VENUE #11: Teatro Circulo
FRI 9 @ 7:45  SAT 10 @ NOON  SUN 11 @ 5:00  TUE 13 @ 7:00  WED 14 @ 5:45  

The Mythmakers;  The So and So Arts Club in association with PurpleHays Productions; Writer: Rose MacLennan Craig and Richard White; Director: Sarah Jane Berger; Two towering icons, one intriguing friendship. JM Barrie, author of Peter Pan and RF Scott, Antarctic hero. Why did they fall out just before Scott's departure on his final, ill-fated journey. "A potent vision of the power of words." 1h 10m, London, United Kingdom  Drama,
VENUE #4: Teatro LATEA
FRI 9 @ 9:15  SUN 18 @ 3:30  TUE 20 @ 7:30  SAT 24 @ 5:00  SUN 25 @ 2:00  

Naked In Alaska;  Legendary Hearts Productions; Writer: Valerie Hager; Director: Scott Wesley Slavin ; At 21, newly evicted, Valerie joins her best friend Raven to work a strip club in Tijuana. An evening that begins in innocence swallows her into a ten-year career that tests the limits of friendship and the will to survive. 1h 20m, New York, NY  Solo Show, Drama
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
THU 15 @ 9:00  SUN 18 @ 5:45  TUE 20 @ 2:00  WED 21 @ 7:00  SAT 24 @ 1:30  

Ndebele Funeral;  Smoke & Mirrors Collaborative; Writer: Zoey Martinson; Director: Sibusiso Mamba; Come see South African story telling at its finest! This play explores the aspirations of three diverse characters whose lives intersect in a Soweto shantytown. Darkly funny and poignant, Ndebele Funeral features original music and gumboot dancing from the mines of Jo’burg. 1h 30m, Brooklyn, NY  , Drama, FringeHIGH
VENUE #11: Teatro Circulo
SUN 11 @ 8:45  FRI 16 @ 5:30  SUN 18 @ 4:00  FRI 23 @ 7:00  SUN 25 @ 2:00*  

Nicholas Maeve Marianne;  The Mill; Writer: Matthew Stephen Smith; Director: Jaclyn Biskup; Bushwick. A cold kitchen. Three estranged friends reunite. Fueled by bourbon and excited debate they attempt to rekindle their old friendship... Before tomorrow they'll confront a shared desperation, fighting to save what happiness and home they have left. 1h 35m, New York, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #11: Teatro Circulo
SAT 10 @ 4:00  THU 15 @ 4:15  SAT 17 @ 8:30  TUE 20 @ 9:45  SAT 24 @ 1:45  

The Nightmare 'Dream';  Bloody Shakespeare; Writer: Neal J. Freeman, Adapted from William Shakespeare and Bram Stoker; Director: Neal J. Freeman; Lord, what food these mortals be! Stoker’s Dracula collides with A Midsummer Night’s Dream in a puckishly 'biting' woodland mashup where no ruffled neck is safe. Join us, if you dare, for the ORIGINAL douchey teen vampire drama. 55m, New York, NY  Comedy,
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
SUN 11 @ 6:00  MON 12 @ 9:30  THU 15 @ 9:30  FRI 16 @ 3:45  SUN 18 @ 4:15  

Not Another Teen Solo Show;  Full Disclosure Productions; Writer: Rati Gupta; Director: Nadia Vazquez; After a less than ideal youth-hood, a spunky Indian girl in Indiana turns to the popular teen movies of the time for guidance on how to master high school. Because real life is totally just like the movies... right?! 1h, Los Angeles, CA  Comedy, Solo Show
VENUE #18: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
SAT 10 @ NOON  TUE 13 @ 8:30  THU 15 @ 2:00  SAT 17 @ 8:15  TUE 20 @ 6:15  THU 22 @ 2:00  

novaya zemlya or a strange, new land;  Writer: Mila Golubov; Director: Daniella Caggiano; The dysfunctional Apartov clan experience sex, love and American migration in this fairy tale romp. Join them in their idyllic Ukrainian village for hearty helpings of vodka, Russian roulette and Chernobyl-sized foodstuffs. 1h 30m, Brooklyn, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #2: CSV Flamboyan
SAT 10 @ 5:00  MON 12 @ 7:00  FRI 16 @ 9:15  SAT 17 @ 2:30  FRI 23 @ 2:00  

Occupy Olympus: based on 'Plutus, god of Wealth';  Magis Theatre Company; Writer: Aristophanes, adapted by the Ensemble, Music by Elizabeth Swados; Director: George Drance; Blind gods beggin'. Blues music wailin'. Fiscal cliffs loomin'. And Joan Rivers…Aristophanes style. Join the movement, as we re-finance a 2500 year-old crisis and take on Zeus and the Olympian 1%. "Imaginative…delightful…daring" – NewYork Times 1h 30m, New York, NY  Comedy, FringeHIGH
VENUE #2: CSV Flamboyan
FRI 16 @ 7:00  SAT 17 @ 7:00  SUN 18 @ 2:00*  MON 19 @ 2:00  WED 21 @ 5:15  

Off The Desk (Tales of a Mediocre Stockbroker);  Mediocre Stockbroker Productions; Writer: Chris Foley; Director: Diana Basmajian; Humbling stories of a lackluster career on Wall Street: from the esteemed halls of The Ivy League, to the frenzy of the trading floor, leading to the debauchery of alcohol, cocaine and the company of disingenuous strippers. 1h 20m, New York, NY  Comedy, Solo Show
VENUE #9: JIMMY'S NO. 43
SAT 10 @ 9:00  WED 14 @ 9:15  SAT 17 @ 2:15  MON 19 @ 5:00  FRI 23 @ 9:15  SAT 24 @ 5:00  

The Office of Dead Letters;  Little y Theatre Company; Writer: Heloise Wilson; Director: Heloise Wilson; "A piece of the sky fell and cracked my soul in half." A magical office where six quirky-clowny creatures bring letters that were drowned at sea to life. You will hear the lost hopes and desires of the past... 1h, Brooklyn, NY  Drama, Clown/Mask
VENUE #16: Robert Moss Theater at 440 Studios
MON 19 @ 2:45  WED 21 @ 7:30  THU 22 @ 7:15  SAT 24 @ NOON  SUN 25 @ 4:15  

Old Familiar Faces;  Tin Drum Productions; Writer: Nat Cassidy; Director: Nat Cassidy; A heartbreaking drama about murder, obsession, love, and the astounding true story of two lives saved by the works of William Shakespeare. From two-time NY Innovative Theatre Award-winner Nat Cassidy. "I cannot wait for Cassidy’s next creation!" – NYTHEATRE 2h 45m, ,   Drama, Drama
VENUE #17: The Players Theatre
SUN 11 @ NOON  TUE 13 @ 2:00  FRI 16 @ 9:15  SUN 18 @ 7:30  SAT 24 @ 5:00  

Orbiting Astral Bodies;  Mad Dog Theatre Company; Writer: Nathan Gregorski; Director: Kevin O'Callaghan; When the Moon decides to leave Earth in search of something better, the lives of four people are upended. Struggling towards a new reality, they battle fear, isolation, and addiction in a world where the real and the magical converge. 1h, Manhattan, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #11: Teatro Circulo
SUN 11 @ 7:00  SAT 17 @ NOON  TUE 20 @ 2:00  FRI 23 @ 9:15  SAT 24 @ 4:15  

Our Kiki: A Gay Farce;  Hybrid Theatre Ensemble; Writer: Seth Tucker; Director: Seth Tucker; Choreographer: Shayla Benoit; You're Invited! Hosted by my BF and I (yes, we're gay) and his fake wife (my BFF) and her BF (my fake BF). Confused? So's the Immigration Investigator paying us a surprise visit. I'll be drinking so BYOB! Cheers, Phil 1h 30m, Queens, NY  Comedy,
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater
FRI 9 @ 7:30  SUN 11 @ 9:15  FRI 16 @ 4:30  SUN 18 @ NOON  SUN 25 @ 1:45  

PENINSULA;  IN ABSENTIA PRODUCTIONS; Writer: Nathan Wright; Director: Nadia Foskolou; He escaped the savage streets of Rio de Janeiro, but this placid Lake Michigan summer town has dangers of its own... 1h 45m, Manhattan, NY  Drama, Drama
VENUE #16: Robert Moss Theater at 440 Studios
WED 14 @ 4:15  FRI 16 @ 8:45  SAT 17 @ 5:15  MON 19 @ 9:00  THU 22 @ 2:30  

PEP TALK;  LAIOGURT/PRODUCCIO ZERO; Writer: Alberto Ramos, English version by Silvia Sanfeliu; Director: Iban Beltran; Pep Guardiola, the former FC Barcelona coach, is a successful leader. He's also a good guy, a symbol of politeness and perfection. Where's THE SECRET? Because he must have one. Pep Talk, a fiction monologue based on a soccer coach. 1h, Barcelona, Spain  Solo Show,
VENUE #15: The White Box at 440 Studios
SUN 18 @ 2:00  MON 19 @ 5:00  WED 21 @ 9:00  THU 22 @ 7:00  FRI 23 @ 9:30  SAT 24 @ 5:00  

Perceval;  The Immediate Family; Writer: Haas Regen; Director: Scott Raker; A modern troubadour resurrects the Arthurian legend of an unassuming boy's quest for the Holy Grail. With the help of a small troupe of actors, she conjures all the duels and damsels, curses and spells, and (hopefully) the Cup itself. 1h 30m, New York, NY  Comedy, Drama, FringeHIGH
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
SAT 10 @ 6:00  SUN 11 @ 4:30*  MON 12 @ 9:15  SUN 18 @ 9:00  SUN 25 @ NOON  

Perfectly Normel People;  The Footlight Players; Writer: Thomas and Judy Heath; Director: Thomas and Judy Heath; What happens when an NYU freshman from Kansas moves in with a dysfunctional Italian family from Queens? It’s 1981. The Ramones rule the Village, Reagan rules the country and the only rule in the Normellino household is, whoever shouts loudest, gets heard. 1h 30m, Charleston, SC  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #17: The Players Theatre
FRI 9 @ 5:00  SUN 11 @ 3:30  WED 14 @ 2:30  SAT 17 @ 7:00  SUN 18 @ NOON  

Persephone;  Pleiades Productions; Writer: Matthew Minnicino; Director: Estefania Fadul; Oskar and Toby kidnap people (professionally). But when an unlikely mark lands on their doorstep, they're the ones with no exit. An existential tragicomical chess game of myth, madness, and -just maybe- murder. 2h 5m, Brooklyn, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #4: Teatro LATEA
SAT 10 @ 8:15  SUN 11 @ 4:00  WED 14 @ 8:30  WED 21 @ 5:30  THU 22 @ 6:15  

Peter Pan and Stardust Dances;  Eva Dean Dance; Writer: Choreographed by Eva Dean, Music by David Kahne; Director: Eva Dean; Choreographer: Eva Dean; Floating dancers on circus globes, bedeviled pirates, free-spirited gypsies inhabit the netherworlds of Peter Pan, Esmeralda, and Tinker Bell. Enter their world, illuminated by mystical twirling lights. A wonder for all ages 4 to 104 who believe in twilight magic. 45m, Brooklyn, NY  FringeJR, Dance
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
SUN 11 @ NOON  MON 12 @ 4:30  WED 14 @ 5:45  SAT 17 @ 4:30  WED 21 @ 4:00  

Petunia;  Behind The Elevator Productions in Association with Garage Musicals; Writer: Book, Lyrics and Music by John Levy; Director: Nicolas Minas; A bitter old man gets a new lease on life when his nagging wife drops dead - that is, until she returns as a houseplant to haunt him. This offbeat, comic musical tells the tale of lost love and redemption. 2h 20m, Manhattan, NY  Musical, Comedy
VENUE #7: Theatre 80
SAT 10 @ 1:00  SUN 11 @ 9:00  TUE 13 @ 3:00  TUE 20 @ 8:30  SAT 24 @ 1:00  

Pilot Fish;  29th St. Rep.; Writer: Patrick Kennedy; Director: Sasha Bratt; Hollywood Pilot Season Pure Carnage Four people who can’t stand each other find themselves "attached" to the same sit-com pilot. Pilot Fish’s satire filets, but not the “industry”, it goes after the “Hollywood” we all carry around inside of us. 1h 40m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Comedy
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
FRI 9 @ 9:00  SUN 11 @ 9:00  SUN 18 @ NOON  TUE 20 @ 4:15  FRI 23 @ 6:15  

Playing God;  The Covey Theatre Company; Writer: Garrett Heater ; Director: Garrett Heater ; Multiple award-winner. Three disparate authors are coerced by their agent under veiled motives to co-author a new book. Suspicious from the start, the authors claw for creative dominance as the book takes shape before our eyes. Alternately hilarious and heart-breaking. 2h, Syracuse, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #2: CSV Flamboyan
FRI 9 @ 9:00  SUN 11 @ 2:45  MON 12 @ 9:15  WED 14 @ 4:15  THU 15 @ 3:00  

Polly's Waffle;  Creative Collaborations; Writer: Tiffany Barton; Director: James Winter; Polly is a fat ugly girl who stuffs herself with food and starves herself of sex. Her sexy thin flatmate Evelyn stuffs herself with sex and starves herself of food. "Great electro-shock comedy...filthy, bawdy,laugh out loud funny." The West Australian 40m, Perth, West Australia  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #1: Teatro SEA
WED 14 @ 7:30  THU 15 @ 7:00  SAT 17 @ 7:00  TUE 20 @ 5:30  THU 22 @ 3:30  

PUSSY;  Maura Halloran in association with New Conservatory Theatre Center; Writer: Maura Halloran; Director: Claire Rice + Movement Director: Julianne Fawsitt; A lesbian couple whose love is on the rocks, their overly curious landlady and one very opinionated cat ... this love triangle is starting to get crowded. 55m, San Francisco, CA  Solo Show, Comedy
VENUE #18: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
SAT 10 @ 5:45  WED 14 @ 2:00  THU 15 @ 8:15  SUN 18 @ 3:30  WED 21 @ 2:00  THU 22 @ 9:30  

QUAKE: A Love Story;  A.R.T. Co.; Writer: Tyler Olsen ; Director: Trevin Cooper; Trapped in their junk closet after an earthquake, divorced couple Joe and Hannah must somehow survive the present, their past, and each other. A funny, bittersweet play about realizing what's important before it's too late -- in a very small space. 1h 5m, Orlando, FL  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #3: CSV Kabayitos
SAT 17 @ 7:45  SUN 18 @ 5:00  TUE 20 @ 7:00  THU 22 @ 6:45  SAT 24 @ 6:00  SUN 25 @ 1:00  

Radio Mara Mara;  li88y inc. in association with blue box world; Writer: Libby Emmons; Director: Ali Ayala; In an abandoned radio station in the Mara hills around a bombed out capital, the DJ and the Archivist dig into their country’s past to determine their future. Hand-made props, and a brand new covers soundtrack set the tone. 1h 10m, Brooklyn, NY  Drama, Multi-Media
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
FRI 9 @ 7:00  MON 12 @ 3:00  WED 14 @ 2:00  SUN 18 @ 7:00  FRI 23 @ 6:15  

Recipe For Success With Chef Michael Denardi;  Writer: Peter Grosz; Director: Mark Sam Rosenthal; Wannabe celebrity chef Denardi (former Colbert writer Peter Grosz) shares recipes for Baked Ziti Burritos and misguided methods for achieving fulfillment... until this cooking demo gets derailed by demons from his past - like the time he almost killed Michael Chiklis! 1h 10m, Brooklyn, NY  Comedy, Solo Show
VENUE #13: SubCulture
WED 14 @ 2:00  THU 15 @ 7:45  FRI 16 @ 10:30  SAT 17 @ 5:45  SAT 24 @ NOON  

Reunion Run;  Michael Palmer and 11 West Productions; Writer: John Doble; Director: Mark Olsen; At a family reunion, an inner-city schoolteacher and his cousin, an Army captain, fall in love. After serving in Iraq, she returns, changed, and they struggle to help each other reassemble their lives. Can second cousins get a second chance? 1h 30m, Manhattan, NY  Drama,
VENUE #1: Teatro SEA
FRI 9 @ 9:45  FRI 16 @ 7:00  WED 21 @ 4:30  FRI 23 @ 8:00  SAT 24 @ 4:30  

RUBBLE;  2L2T Productions LLC; Writer: Mike Reiss; Director: James Valletti; From EMMY-winning "Simpsons" writer Mike Reiss: Alvin, an aging comedy writer with one last shot at a network meeting, is trapped under rubble by an LA earthquake. A hilarious look at TV, theater, Heaven and Hell -- from one who's been there. 1h 35m, New York, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #17: The Players Theatre
SAT 10 @ 2:15  WED 14 @ 7:00  THU 22 @ 9:15  SAT 24 @ 10:15  SUN 25 @ 2:30  

The Rufus Equation;  Rufus Productions; Writer: Ted Cubbin; Director: Tom Ridgely ; Nerd + Math = Sex. What's love got to do with quantum physics? Professor Bert Rufus is awkward with women – especially with the alluring physicist Alys Smith. Bert invents a secret device that will shock the world...and might even get him laid. 2h, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater
TUE 13 @ 7:00  SAT 17 @ 6:15  SUN 18 @ 9:15  WED 21 @ 2:00  FRI 23 @ 2:00  

Sarazad and the Monster-King;  The TRUF; Writer: E.J.C. Calvert; Director: Justin Lauro; DANGER! Schoolyard bullies and hungry Monster-Kings! Follow Sarazad through zany tales of adventurous pirates, noir detectives, and despotic robots as she uses her imagination to confront fears and foes and avoid becoming lunch! "An hour of fast-paced fun!" ~ NYTIMES 50m, New York, NY  FringeJR, Comedy
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
FRI 9 @ 5:00  SAT 10 @ 2:30  WED 14 @ 4:00  FRI 16 @ 2:00  THU 22 @ 5:45  

Save The Date: A Wedding Road-Trip Musical;  Roadie Soadie Productions; Writer: Gregory Jacobs-Roseman; Director: Nikki Rothenberg, Musical Director: Rich Silverstein; Emily and her gay BFF Alex can’t understand why, at 27, everyone they know is getting married! A chaotic journey to Emily’s ex’s wedding tests their friendship. While everyone else is getting their lives together, why are they falling apart? 2h, Manhattan, NY  Musical, Comedy
VENUE #7: Theatre 80
THU 15 @ 10:15  FRI 16 @ 9:45  TUE 20 @ 2:00  THU 22 @ 5:30  SAT 24 @ 7:00  

Scarred For Life: Tale of A Mexican-American Trying To Get Out of East L.A.;  Casa 0101 Theater; Writer: David Valdez; Director: Eric Hunicutt; SFL chronicles the misadventures of growing up in East Los Angeles and then heading out to college. Told in stand-up form, this one-man show is a comedy about growing up bilingual, bicultural...and by the freeways! 1h 35m, Los Angeles, CA  Solo Show, Improv/Sketch/Stand-up
VENUE #15: The White Box at 440 Studios
SAT 10 @ 9:15  SUN 11 @ 8:30  MON 19 @ 2:30  WED 21 @ 4:30  FRI 23 @ 7:00  SAT 24 @ 2:30  

See Jane Give Up Dick;  Writer: Devin Preston; Director: Isaac Klein; See Jane. See Jane Give Up Dick. A highly sexual Manhattanite attempts to give up ‘giving it up’ for one full year. See Jane discover if putting an end to her slutty ways can be more rewarding than multiple orgasms. 1h 20m, Brooklyn, NY  Comedy, Solo Show
VENUE #18: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
SAT 10 @ 1:45  WED 14 @ 3:45  FRI 16 @ 7:45  TUE 20 @ 8:00  FRI 23 @ 2:00  SAT 24 @ NOON  

Sheeple;  Acceptable Targets; Writer: Mara Wilson; Director: Max Reuben; It's summer and Nick just wants to score pot, hang with his would-be girlfriend, and have his Satanist brother talk his best friend out of enlisting. But what if Russ was right when he said, "Everything you know is wrong..."? 1h 50m, New York, NY  Comedy, Drama, FringeHIGH
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
SAT 10 @ 2:30*  SUN 11 @ 7:30  THU 15 @ 4:15  FRI 16 @ 6:00  SAT 17 @ 4:00  

SHYAMA - The Legend of Krishna;  Nrithyanjali Institute of Dance Inc. ; Choreographer: Ramya Ramnarayan; Shyama is a journey in search of the illusive boy Krishna. This concept is spearheaded by choreographer/performer Ramya Ramnarayan. Bharatanatyam comes to life through literature, technique & storytelling. We explore Krishna’s dynamic facets, fascinating childhood, and His attractive charming form. 1h 15m, North Brunswick, NJ  Dance, Performance Art
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
SAT 10 @ 6:15  SUN 11 @ 9:45  THU 15 @ 7:30  SAT 17 @ 2:30  SUN 18 @ NOON  

The Skype Show or See You in August;  Greencard Wedding; Writer: script and music by Jody Christopherson and Michael de Roos, additional music by David Anzuelo; Director: Aaron Simms; A dramedy with music, written over Skype by two artists (Jody in New York, Michael in Holland) torn apart by visa regulations. This live Skype call is a testament to how technology can transcend boundaries, uniting artists and their audience. 1h 30m, Brooklyn & Amsterdam, NY & Holland  Multi-Media, Drama
VENUE #15: The White Box at 440 Studios
SAT 10 @ 7:00  WED 14 @ 9:00  FRI 16 @ 5:00  SAT 17 @ 5:00  THU 22 @ 9:00  SUN 25 @ 3:30  

Slaughterhouse-Five;  True False Theatre Company; Writer: Daria Tavana; Director: Jenny Beth Snyder; Billy Pilgrim escapes death in WWII then wakes up with a pornstar on the planet Tralfamadore. After aliens show him the meaning of life, Billy returns home to NY and preaches their philosophy. Based on the novel by Kurt Vonnegut. 1h 30m, Manhattan, NY  Drama, Multi-Media
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
SAT 10 @ 9:15  SUN 11 @ 1:00  WED 14 @ 8:45  SAT 17 @ 12:30  TUE 20 @ 6:45  

SLUT;  The Arts Effect; Writer: Katie Cappiello; Director: Katie Cappiello & Meg McInerney; Joey Del Marco. SIXTEEEN. Pre-gaming. Empty ABSOLUT bottle. Luke, GEORGE, Tim. Back of a CAB. RIPPED underwear. HANDS everywhere. NO! Through the eyes of NYC teen girls, FACE the choices and EXPERIENCE the fallout from ONE life-altering Friday night. 1h 30m, Manhattan, NY  Drama, FringeHIGH
VENUE #14: The Lynn Redgrave Theater
MON 19 @ 2:00  WED 21 @ 7:30  THU 22 @ 5:30*  FRI 23 @ 9:30  SUN 25 @ 4:45  

Snakes I Have Known;  Writer: Molly Montgomery; Director: Jim Shankman; On my 16th birthday I find myself buck-ass naked and snake-bit outside my front door in Nowhere, TX. There are all kinds of snakes in my life. Some are reptiles. It's my journey from DFW to JFK, y'all. 1h 10m, Manhattan, NY  Solo Show, Comedy, FringeHIGH
VENUE #9: JIMMY'S NO. 43
SUN 11 @ 7:00  THU 15 @ 5:30  SAT 17 @ 7:15  SUN 18 @ NOON*  THU 22 @ 9:15  FRI 23 @ 5:00  

Someone To Belong To;  DeNoon/Steele Productions; Writer: Christine DeNoon & Lorie Steele; Director: Leslie Collins; Take a stroll down Madison Avenue in 1963, where the copywriters at D&J are juggling deadlines, drinks, and desires. Join Davis, Annie, Lois, and Joe in a sweet and sexy love story about selling dreams and making them come true. 1h 20m, Hoboken, NJ  Musical, Comedy
VENUE #7: Theatre 80
FRI 9 @ 7:45  THU 15 @ 5:30  SAT 17 @ 7:00  MON 19 @ 1:30  SUN 25 @ 3:30  

Somewhere Safer;  Famous Explorers Productions; Writer: Lauren Ferebee; Director: Deborah Wolfson; When radicals bomb a political rally in New York, they irrevocably alter the course of many lives. Examining memory’s force and the dangers of extremism, Somewhere Safer reaches back and forth in time to capture the aftermath of the explosion. 2h, Brooklyn, NY  Drama,
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater
SUN 11 @ 4:15  WED 14 @ 3:00  SAT 17 @ 1:45  TUE 20 @ 9:00  FRI 23 @ 7:30  

SOUNDWAVES: The Passion of Noor Inayat Khan;  Bridge Theatre Group; Writer: Joe Martin, Music: Maitreya Padukone; Director: Adrian Roman, Assistant Director: Leonie Ettinger; "Madeleine" -- French Resistance heroine: in reality a young Sufi woman, daughter of a renowned Indian mystic, musician, children's author, devotee of non-violence and skillful secret agent against Nazism. An epic play beginning in a spiritual household, ending in Dachau. 2h 15m, New York , NY  Drama,
VENUE #2: CSV Flamboyan
SUN 18 @ 7:45  MON 19 @ 4:15  THU 22 @ 2:00  FRI 23 @ 9:00  SUN 25 @ 3:00  

SPARKLE HOUR!;  Philip Markle; Writer: Philip Markle; Discover your inner sparkle! Battle dragons and inner demons in this true-life musical following online gaymer Philip 'Sparkle' who gets sucked into the black hole of Grindr, comes out to a room full of nuns, and learns to live EPIC! 1h, Chicago, IL  Solo Show, Musical
VENUE #13: SubCulture
THU 15 @ 5:15  FRI 16 @ 8:00  SUN 18 @ NOON  TUE 20 @ 7:15  SUN 25 @ 3:00  

The Spider;  The Drama League in association with B Plus; Writer: Jordan Slaveykov and Ditimar Dimitrov; Director: Ditimar Dimitrov and Jordan Slaveykov ; Conjoined twins celebrate a last birthday before the operation that will separate them. Should they be severed or remain together forever? American premiere of Bulgaria's B-Plus Company. Winner of Best Theater Experiment and Best Actress at St. Petersburg ArtOKraina International Festival. 1h, Sofia, Bulgaria  Drama, Performance Art
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
FRI 9 @ 5:00  SUN 11 @ 5:15  TUE 13 @ 2:00  WED 14 @ 7:00  FRI 16 @ 7:00  

A Step Beyond the Rain;  Amina Productions; Writer: Miata Edoga; Director: Ashley Crow; Abuse, isolation, racism and illness color the journeys of two sisters and their mother as they navigate the waters of love, loss and liberation...A humorous, messy and personal portrait. 1h, Los Angeles, CA  Solo Show, Drama
VENUE #18: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
FRI 9 @ 9:15  SUN 11 @ NOON  TUE 13 @ 10:15  FRI 16 @ 6:00  WED 21 @ 3:45  SAT 24 @ 4:15  

Still Life;  Writer: Zeke Blackwell; Director: Molly Houlahan; Donald and Orley are two grapes. Sometimes they fight. Sometimes they joke. Sometimes they cry. Sometimes, they say things like: "I'm your other grape. Everybody needs another grape." And you know? Sometimes they're right. 1h 30m, New Haven, CT  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #3: CSV Kabayitos
FRI 9 @ 7:15  SAT 10 @ 9:15  SUN 11 @ 2:15  WED 14 @ 8:45  THU 15 @ 4:30  FRI 16 @ 5:15  

The Storytellers;  Strange Productions; Writer: Based on stories by Edgar Allan Poe, Saki, W.W. Jacobs, Robert W. Service, Adapted by Abigail Strange; Director: Abigail Strange; The Storytellers brings to life stories by some of the greatest masters of suspense, such as Edgar Allan Poe, Saki, Robert W. Service, and W. W. Jacobs, through mask, song, movement, and much more. 1h 30m, Manhattan, NY  Clown/Mask, Comedy
VENUE #2: CSV Flamboyan
FRI 9 @ 4:45  SAT 10 @ 7:15  MON 12 @ 4:45  WED 14 @ 2:00  SAT 17 @ 9:15  

Stranded on Motor Parkway;  ELR Productions, LLC; Writer: Dan Fingerman; Director: Christina Roussos; 1986: After their mother's death Johnny and Angie find themselves living with their estranged father. They hate living on Long Island, they miss their mom, they miss Queens, but if the Mets win the World Series...maybe things will be OK. 1h 50m, Manhattan, NY  Drama,
VENUE #1: Teatro SEA
FRI 9 @ 5:00  SAT 10 @ 9:00  TUE 13 @ 9:30  THU 15 @ 4:00  FRI 16 @ 9:15  

Strange Rain;  YaYa Productions; Writer: Lynda Crawford; Director: Simone Federman; A noir journey of conspiracy about a relentless rain and its link to the 1950s and a scientist building weather-control machines. 1h 45m, New York, NY  Drama,
VENUE #14: The Lynn Redgrave Theater
FRI 9 @ 9:45  FRI 16 @ 2:00  SUN 18 @ NOON  MON 19 @ 7:00  THU 22 @ 8:30  

Suicide Math;  Michael Howard Studios in association with Ten Years Productions; Writer: Jim Shankman; Director: Jake Turner; Vietnam rages. Michael’s older brother is MIA. Frank’s roommate has fallen from the math tower, and Lydia can’t speak about the last time she saw her sister. In the midst of chaos, three unlikely friends find their way. 1h 30m, Manhattan, NY  Drama, Performance Art
VENUE #16: Robert Moss Theater at 440 Studios
TUE 13 @ 9:15  SUN 18 @ 2:15  WED 21 @ 3:00  FRI 23 @ 7:00  SUN 25 @ NOON  

Sure-Minded Uncertainties;  Cave Dogs; Writer: Maria Jansdotter Farr with Cave Dogs, Music by Dean Jones; Director: Suzanne Stokes; Fantastical characters explore stewardship, technology & spiritualism in our modern world through innovative storytelling. Dynamic, large-scale shadow projections move in concert with video imagery and an original soundtrack. It’s like watching dreams cross into the conscious world. All ages welcome. 45m, Bloomington, NY  Multi-Media, FringeHIGH
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
SAT 10 @ 8:15  WED 14 @ 7:15  THU 15 @ 3:45  SAT 17 @ 6:00  SAT 24 @ 12:45*  

Talk to me about Shame;  Shameless Productions; Writer: Julian Goldhagen; Director: Kevin Hourigan; "Talk to me about Shame" is a multimedia solo performance that draws on traditions of story telling and audience participation to transform the experience of shame from one that is isolating into one that is empowering, community building, and healing. 1h, Brooklyn, NY  Solo Show, Performance Art
VENUE #3: CSV Kabayitos
SAT 10 @ 5:15  SUN 11 @ 4:30  WED 14 @ 7:00  FRI 16 @ 7:30  SAT 17 @ NOON  SUN 18 @ 7:00  

Talking with Angels: Budapest 1943;  Talking with Angels Productions; Writer: Shelley Mitchell, adapted from the book Talking with Angels by Gitta Mallasz; Director: Robin Fontaine; Amidst the chaos of Nazi occupied Hungary, four friends had a life-changing mystical experience. A remarkable true story that recounts what they learned about self-awareness, authenticity and individuality. More than a play, this theatrical event is a spiritual infusion. 1h 39m, San Francisco, CA  Drama, Solo Show
VENUE #15: The White Box at 440 Studios
WED 14 @ 4:00  SAT 17 @ 2:30  SUN 18 @ 8:45  MON 19 @ 8:30  FRI 23 @ 4:30  SAT 24 @ 9:00  

theMUMBLINGS;  The Box Colony Theatre; Writer: Dan Kitrosser; Director: Charles Foster Cohen; She always hoped to end up with the man of her dreams. So did he. They married each other. Two actors portraying fifteen characters explore narratives about relationships, sexuality, and passion in this off-kilter love story for the modern world. 1h 40m, Jersey City, NJ  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #4: Teatro LATEA
TUE 13 @ 5:45  SAT 17 @ 7:45  SUN 18 @ 5:30  WED 21 @ 8:30  THU 22 @ 3:45  

They Call Me Q!;  eyeBLINK; Writer: Qurrat Ann Kadwani; Director: Claudia Gaspar and Obaid Kadwani; Proclaimed "A Theatrical Force" by Orlando Weekly for her uncanny embodiment of 13 characters, award-winning actress Qurrat Ann Kadwani searches for identity in "They Call Me Q!" An emotional affecting tour-de-force. Winner Best Play 2013 Maui Fringe Festival. 1h 5m, Bronx, NY  Solo Show, Comedy, FringeHIGH
VENUE #18: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
SAT 10 @ 9:15  TUE 13 @ 2:00  THU 15 @ 5:30*  THU 22 @ 7:30  FRI 23 @ 4:15  SUN 25 @ 4:15  

This is a Play About Artists;  The Shelter; Writer: Ginger Kearns; Director: Nicole Rosner; THIS IS A PLAY ABOUT ARTISTS plunges the audience between two ex-lovers as they use art to relive and explore their tragic love affair. The journey is an absurdly funny, unexpectedly charming battle of inspiration, lust and identity. 1h 10m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Multi-Media
VENUE #2: CSV Flamboyan
FRI 9 @ 7:00  SAT 10 @ 9:30  WED 14 @ 10:00  SAT 17 @ 5:00  SUN 18 @ NOON  

The TomKat Project;  Det er Det; Writer: Brandon Ogborn; Director: Elly Green; Hailed as "Genius!" by Chicago Tribune, this critically acclaimed supercouple chronicle features over 50 celebrity characters in a mind altering juggernaut of tabloid storytelling that is seriously funny, but never a joke. 1h 45m, Chicago, IL  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #17: The Players Theatre
TUE 20 @ 4:30  WED 21 @ 7:00  THU 22 @ 3:45  FRI 23 @ 9:45  SAT 24 @ 2:15  

Track Twelve;  Writer: Emily Comisar; Director: Josh Penzell; A major blizzard keeps four travelers stranded in Penn Station for hours with nothing to do but wait. The stress of delay and confinement forces them to finally accept that the only way to move forward is to let go. 1h 30m, Brooklyn, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #11: Teatro Circulo
SAT 10 @ 1:45  THU 15 @ 8:45  SUN 18 @ 8:45  WED 21 @ 5:00  FRI 23 @ 2:00  

TRUTH, An American Opera about Sojourner Truth;  Once in a Blue Moon Music; Writer: Music by Paula M. Kimper, Libretto by Talaya Delaney; Director: Linda McInerney and Lori Holmes Clark; Illuminating the life and legacy of a brilliant African American woman, a former slave who became an Abolitionist. She sets herself free and dedicates her life to freeing others. The score is lyrical, and many of the words Sojourner's own. 1h 30m, Manhattan, NY  Musical, Drama
VENUE #7: Theatre 80
FRI 9 @ 3:00  MON 12 @ 4:15  FRI 16 @ 7:45  SAT 17 @ 9:15  SUN 25 @ 5:45  

Two Gentlemen of Verona: A Swashbuckling Comedy!;  C.A.G.E. Theatre Company; Writer: Based on text by William Shakespeare, Adapted by Michael Hagins; Director: Michael Hagins; Choreographer: Michael Hagins; One of Shakespeare's earliest plays, Two Gentlemen of Verona, is re-imagined with added swordfights, crazy chase scenes, filled plot holes, random violence, and love somehow triumphant, all while keeping the integrity of the language. A Swashbuckling Comedy! 2h, Queens, NY  Comedy, Drama, FringeHIGH
VENUE #2: CSV Flamboyan
SUN 11 @ 5:30  MON 12 @ 2:00  MON 19 @ 9:15  THU 22 @ 7:00  SAT 24 @ 2:15*  

Two Women, Two Stories;  What's What Productions; Writer: Vicki Dello Joio and Merry Ross; Director: Vicki Dello Joio and Merry Ross; Two solos exploring transitions women experience as they age with power, dignity (and a little bit of “what the f**k?”). “What’s Wrong with a Mouse?” and “What’s My Age Again?” reveal life transformations through innovative, humorous, and dramatic story-telling. 1h 30m, Oakland, CA  Solo Show, Comedy
VENUE #9: JIMMY'S NO. 43
WED 14 @ 7:00  FRI 16 @ 3:15  SAT 17 @ 9:15  SUN 18 @ 3:00  WED 21 @ 5:00  FRI 23 @ 7:00  

unbidden;  Captiva Arts; Writer: Joanne Hudson; Director: Joanne Hudson; She thought she remembered saving the world... Self-exiled on a remote Icelandic island, geneticist Dr. Julia Lamb replays acts of ambition, betrayal and love inside her brilliant but crumbling mind and asks, "What is truth if you can't remember it?" 1h 40m, Ridgefield, CT  Drama,
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
WED 21 @ 9:15  THU 22 @ 5:45  FRI 23 @ 3:45  SAT 24 @ 7:00  SUN 25 @ 3:15  

Uncertain Ground;  Stoka Theatre; Writer: Blaho Uhlar, Brano Mosny, Peter Tilajcik; Director: Blaho Uhlar; Two actors in irresolvable conflict, demonstrating human aggression, which has become a dark part of our communication. The performers play with various theatre approaches, which result in poor theatre orgies on the border of vaudeville and avantgarde. 1h, Bratislava, Slovakia  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
WED 14 @ 8:30  THU 15 @ 2:30  FRI 16 @ 8:45  SAT 17 @ 2:15  MON 19 @ 10:15  

The Unfortunates;  Vertical Tasting Productions; Writer: Aoise Stratford; London, 1888. Mary Jane Kelly, a young prostitute, enters a Whitechapel pub to sell her last possession. Will a mysterious stranger buy her safety for the night? Or turn out to be Jack the Ripper? A provocative, poignant, true story. 1h 25m, Hoboken, NJ  Drama, Solo Show
VENUE #4: Teatro LATEA
TUE 13 @ 3:30  SUN 18 @ 8:00  TUE 20 @ 5:15  THU 22 @ 9:00  SAT 24 @ 9:00  

UNIVERSAL self;  Kilusan Productions; Writer: Kilusan Bautista; Director: Tony Santa Ana; Choreographer: Cornelia McPherson; Kilusan Bautista's one-man show explores race in multicultural America with subjects ranging from the history of Filipino people to Hip Hop culture in the 1980's/90's to his intimate relationships with family, friends and spirituality. 1h 5m, New York, NY  Multi-Media, Performance Art
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
SUN 11 @ 1:30  WED 14 @ 2:00  FRI 16 @ 7:45  MON 19 @ 7:15  FRI 23 @ 6:00  

Very Bad Words;  JP Productions; Writer: Jacob Presson; Director: Jake Ahlquist; Taylor, Will, and Steve are the naughtiest kidz in town. When their wicked-awesome prank goes awry they gotta man-up, hunker-down, and deal with the consequences and stuff. A potty-mouthed play packed with hormones, smartphones, and snow cones. 1h 40m, Manhattan , NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #1: Teatro SEA
SAT 10 @ 4:30  SUN 11 @ 4:30  TUE 13 @ 7:00  THU 22 @ 9:00  SAT 24 @ 7:00  

Very Little;  Writer: John D'Amico; Director: John D'Amico; A sweltering night in the Everglades. 1863. A fatal gunshot claims an unexpected victim, leaving a troop of Union soldiers more lost than ever. The War of the States becomes an inner war of will, belief, and survival. 35m, Hillsdale, NJ  Drama,
VENUE #11: Teatro Circulo
WED 14 @ 2:00  FRI 16 @ 7:45  SAT 17 @ 7:00  SUN 18 @ NOON  TUE 20 @ 6:30  

Waiting For Pessoa;  Writer: Eileen Fischer,  Music by Charles Porter; Director: John Sannuto; Choreographer: John Sannuto; Is death a dream? Loosely based upon Fernando Pessoa's text THE MARINER, with original "danse macabre" choreography and music, three people watch and wait beside a coffin by the sea. What are they waiting for? What is anyone waiting for? 1h, New York, NY  Drama, Performance Art
VENUE #4: Teatro LATEA
FRI 9 @ 7:30  SUN 11 @ 9:00  FRI 16 @ 5:00  TUE 20 @ 3:30  FRI 23 @ 5:30  

Waiting for Waiting for Godot;  Hansburg Productions, in association with The Collective NY; Writer: Dave Hanson; Director: Alex Harvey; Two understudies occupy their time backstage trying to understand art, life, and their absurd existence. Turns out, the only people who truly understand waiting for Godot are the two actors who are Waiting for Waiting for Godot. 1h 20m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy,
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
WED 21 @ 3:00  THU 22 @ 7:00  FRI 23 @ 4:00  SAT 24 @ 8:15  SUN 25 @ 2:15  

Whammy! The Seven Secrets to a Sane Self;  HotCity Theatre; Writer: adapted by Chuck Harper; Director: Chuck Harper; Choreographer: Mikey Butane Thomas; The agony and ecstasy of "self-help" get a delirious makeover in Whammy! Part 1960's dance party and part Nietzschean nightmare, Whammy! probes the American fever dream where Dr. Phil, Diazepam and daily afflictions smash into sexual addiction, suicide and The Shirelles. 1h 15m, St. Louis, MO  Dance, Comedy
VENUE #2: CSV Flamboyan
THU 15 @ 5:45  FRI 16 @ 2:00  MON 19 @ 7:15  THU 22 @ 5:00  FRI 23 @ 7:00  

What Every Girl Should Know;  The Order of St. Margaret Sanger; Writer: Monica Byrne; Director: Jaki Bradley; In 1914, four Catholic girls make Margaret Sanger their patron saint and form a cult of adventure, assassination, and masturbation ritual. Then one becomes pregnant, blurring the line between their fantasy life and their real one. 1h 30m, Brooklyn, NY  Drama, Dance
VENUE #16: Robert Moss Theater at 440 Studios
THU 15 @ 2:00  SUN 18 @ NOON  TUE 20 @ 6:30  FRI 23 @ 4:45  SAT 24 @ 9:15  

What's an Anjan?;  Writer: Anjan Biswas; Previously performing for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and Comedy Central Asia, Anjan draws upon his life as a young brown man in the U.S., Singapore and the U.K. for a hilariously un-PC exploration of sex, racism, drug-ventures, and self. 50m, Calcutta, India  Improv/Sketch/Stand-up, Comedy
VENUE #9: JIMMY'S NO. 43
FRI 9 @ 5:30  SAT 10 @ 2:00  WED 14 @ 3:00  FRI 16 @ 9:30  SUN 18 @ 7:30  WED 21 @ 9:30  

What's Your Opinion on Spontaneous Human Combustion?;  The Ryemarian Corporation; Writer: Sean Behrens; Director: Sarah Anne Simmons; The Ryemarian Corporation is interviewing candidates for a new job opportunity. To what extend will these candidates go for employment? Are they willing to turn themselves inside out exposing their true selves? Come and find out. God Bless America. (All female cast) 55m, Brooklyn, NY  Comedy, Vaudeville/Sideshow/Magic/Burlesque
VENUE #11: Teatro Circulo
FRI 9 @ 9:30  WED 14 @ 10:15  FRI 16 @ 2:00  WED 21 @ 9:30  SAT 24 @ 6:00  

Who's Afraid of Me, Myself, and Edward Albee?;  San Diego Playwrights Collective; Writer: Matt Thompson; Director: Matt Thompson; When a neurotic businessman is joined by an outlandish stranger at a bus stop, his daily routine is dramtically rerouted. Secrets, repressed feelings, and self-discoveries will ultimately cause one life to change direction forever. But which one? 1h 25m, San Diego, CA  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #3: CSV Kabayitos
SAT 10 @ 2:15  SUN 11 @ 7:00  TUE 13 @ 5:30  WED 14 @ 2:30  THU 15 @ 7:00  FRI 16 @ 9:15  

Why Not Me;  Writer: Jen Bosworth; Director: Alyson Lyon; From struggling Chicago actress to the surreal Hollywood life as Nicolas Cage's office manager to dealing with family illness, death and love, Jen leads the audience on her very personal romp through life's heartaches, headaches and hysterics. 1h 10m, Chicago, IL  Solo Show, Comedy
VENUE #13: SubCulture
SUN 11 @ NOON  WED 14 @ 9:45  FRI 16 @ 2:00  SAT 17 @ 8:30  SUN 18 @ 2:30  

WHY YOU BEASTING?;  NewYorkRep; Writer: David Don Miller; Director: Markus Potter; Take a darkly comic ride into an urban high school where undisciplined students and a bewildered faculty confront upheaval and strife while attempting to navigate a backwards bureaucracy. “The most exciting play to hit New York since Clybourne Park”. -NewYorkRep 2h 15m, ,   Drama, Comedy
VENUE #2: CSV Flamboyan
SAT 10 @ 2:00  SUN 11 @ 8:15  WED 14 @ 7:00  SAT 24 @ 5:45  SUN 25 @ NOON  

William;  Stockholms MusikTeater; Writer: Based on the sonnets by William Shakespeare, Book, Lyrics and Music by Jan-Erik Sääf , Translation Owen Robertson; Director: Andreas Boonstra; A one-man musical inspired by the exciting story hidden in Shakespeare's beloved sonnets. Suggests a dark triangle between him and his mysterious Dark Lady as well as his passion for the young Earl of Southhampton. 1h 30m, Stockholm, Sweden  Musical, Drama
VENUE #13: SubCulture
SAT 17 @ 2:45  SUN 18 @ 8:15  TUE 20 @ 2:00  FRI 23 @ 10:00  SUN 25 @ NOON  

Woman of Leisure and Panic;  terraNOVA Collective; Writer: Charlotte Bydwell; Choreographer: Charlotte Bydwell; A whimsical combination of dance and theatre, 'Woman of Leisure and Panic' depicts a young artist's quest to remain financially stable, creatively productive, physically fit, romantically satisfied, reasonably on schedule and still standing...or should she sit? 50m, Brooklyn, NY  Solo Show, Comedy
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
SUN 11 @ 3:30  MON 12 @ 7:45  FRI 16 @ 9:45  MON 19 @ 2:00  FRI 23 @ 8:00  

Worst Year Ever;  Walker Productions; Writer: Charlotte Miller; Welcome to a short presentation about why Charlotte Walker Miller, age 12, is having the worst year ever. 1h 10m, Brooklyn, NY  Solo Show, Comedy
VENUE #9: JIMMY'S NO. 43
FRI 9 @ 7:15  SAT 10 @ 7:00  FRI 16 @ 5:30  MON 19 @ 7:15  THU 22 @ 5:00  SUN 25 @ 1:00  

WREX;  Floundering Fathers; Writer: Christopher Lord Compton; Director: Niccolo Aeed; Against a dangerously radical protest movement, unceasing rains and a broken press, Oedipus of Corinth AKA Eddy the Gimp, Thebes’ favorite radio personality, is fighting to preserve truth and tradition – when his reputation is threatened by a breaking sex scandal. 1h 40m, Harlem, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater
SAT 10 @ 2:30  WED 14 @ 6:00  FRI 16 @ 2:00  THU 22 @ 7:00  SAT 24 @ 8:00  

The Young Olympians and The Most Amazingly Awesome Adventure Ever;  The Maryland Ensemble Theater; Writer: Sarah Shulman and Thom Huenger; Director: Julie Herber; Choreographer: Julie Herber; Part Goonies, part Scooby Doo "The Young Olympians" is musical fun for all ages. Parents and kids will be singing along as young Hercules, Perseus, Jason, and Andromeda set off on a wacky adventure and learn how to be heroes. 1h, Frederick, MD  FringeJR, Musical
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
MON 19 @ 5:30  WED 21 @ 5:30  FRI 23 @ 2:00  SAT 24 @ 3:00  SUN 25 @ NOON