A 1940's Comedy of Errors;  C.A.G.E. Theatre Company; Writer: Text by William Shakespeare, Adapted by Michael Hagins; Director: Michael Hagins; Choreographer: Michael Hagins; Come enjoy a living cartoon as Shakespeare meets slapstick in our version of the mismatched twins stuck in the mixed up town of Ephesus, and how mistaken identity turns into hilarity with love triumphant. 2h, Manhattan, NY  FringeHIGH, Comedy, Drama
VENUE #7: Theatre 80
SUN 10 @ 7   THU 14 @ 7   SAT 16 @ 1   THU 21 @ 1:30*   SAT 23 @ 4:15  

20/400 - Sketchy as F*ck;  20/400; Writer: Lauren Olson, Christian Paluck, Jana Schmieding; Director: Lauren Olson, Christian Paluck, Jana Schmieding; Three NYC comedy veterans perform a sketch show featuring offbeat, whimsical, odd and aberrant characters and situations framed through sketches, character monologues and music. The result is a non-stop theatrical comedy experience which embraces weirdness in all its splendor. 1h 15m, Brooklyn/Manhattan/Bronx, NY  Comedy, Improv/Sketch/Stand-up
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
SAT 9 @ 9   TUE 12 @ 5   WED 13 @ 9:45   THU 14 @ 5   SAT 16 @ 2:30  

2014 - When We Were Idiots (A comedy walking tour hosted by Xavier Toby);  Showdown Productions in Association with Free Tours by Foot; Writer: Xavier Toby; Director: Stephen Pickhardt; Follow your tour guide Xavier the penguin around Manhattan, unchanged since 2014, when it disappeared under a massive mound of rubbish. Set in 2114, this comedy walking tour features historical gems, celebrating the future and yelling at strangers. ★★★★★ Yelp.com 1h 30m, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA   Improv/Sketch/Stand-up, Comedy
FringeCENTRAL
FRI 8 @ 7:30  SAT 9 @ 2:30  SUN 10 @ 2:30  SUN 10 @7:30  FRI 15 @ 2:30  FRI 15 @ 7:30  SAT 16 @ 2:30  SAT 16 @ 7:30  SUN 17 @ 2:30  SUN 17 @ 7:30  FRI 22 @ 2:30  FRI 22 @ 7:30  SAT 23 @ 7:30  SUN 24 @ 2:30  

The 8th Fold;  Onoray LTD.; Writer: Music, lyrics and book by Gianni Onori, Book by Ava Eldred; Director: Gianni Onori; Two planes, two towers and four boys forced into manhood, searching for a path towards a brave new beginning. Direct from London, the new musical, 'The 8th Fold' celebrates the power of friendship, hope and the courage to start again. 2h 5m, London, UNITED KINGDOM  Musical/Opera, Drama
VENUE #13: Sheen Center - THE LORETTO
FRI 8 @ 9:15   MON 11 @ 4:15   SAT 16 @ 4:15   MON 18 @ 9   SAT 23 @ NOON  

<50%;  Robb Nanus, Allison Bressi & Gianmarco Soresi; Writer: Gianmarco Soresi; Director: Max Freedman; "Gianmarco and Laura star in a completely factual play about the end of their five-year relationship. Everything is exactly as it happened, is happening, and will happen." --Gianmarco (Actor, Stand-Up Comedian, All-Around Great Guy) 1h 40m, Manhattan, NY   Comedy, Drama
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
FRI 8 @ 7:45   MON 11 @ 2:30   FRI 15 @ 5:30   THU 21 @ 5   SAT 23 @ 1  

Absolutely Filthy;  The Wall of Sound; Writer: Brendan Hunt; Director: Jeremy Aldridge; Winner of Best Show at the 2013 Hollywood Fringe, Absolutely Filthy is a dark comedy inspired by the funny pages, centering on a homeless man perpetually surrounded by a cloud of dust and grime. 2h, Los Angeles, CA  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #17: The Players Theatre
FRI 8 @ 9:15   WED 13 @ 7   TUE 19 @ 2   THU 21 @ 7   FRI 22 @ 2  

The Adventures of Swamp Girl;  Swamp Girl Productions; Writer: Debra Castellano; A single woman uses karaoke, dirty dancing and garbage-bag couture to slither through a quagmire of breasts and baseball signals. A show for ladies who rage, and the men who put up with them. Includes at least half a song. 55m, Manhattan, NY  Solo Show, Comedy
VENUE #3: Abrazo Interno at the Clemente
SUN 10 @ 8:45   SUN 17 @ NOON   WED 20 @ 5:45   THU 21 @ 7:45   FRI 22 @ 3:45   SUN 24 @ 6:45  

Ain't She Brave: A Play of Poetry;  Njozi Ensemble Company; Writer: Ntare Ali and Erika Gault; Director: LA Williams; In a journey toward self-discovery four women, Uhuru (Freedom), Njozi (Dream), Nia (Purpose), and Imani (Faith), embark on a heart-pounding trek through America’s past to recover their names. Poetry, song and movement fill this memoir of black women in America. 1h 30m, Buffalo, NY  Drama, Spoken Word/Poetry
VENUE #1: Teatro SEA at the Clemente
SUN 10 @ 5:45   THU 14 @ 9:45   SUN 17 @ NOON   WED 20 @ 7   SUN 24 @ 3  

Alienne: The Musical Adventures of My Little Martian;  Alienne Productions LLC; Writer: Jim Colleran (Book, Music & Lyrics); Director: Nick Brennan ; Choreographer: Joanna Greer  ; A wacky space-age romp… perfect for today’s kids! Alienne is a feisty Martian teenager who longs to be an Earthling. With goofy aliens, sarcastic robots, an amateur astronomer, and an evil space witch, “Alienne” is out of this world! 55m, Manhattan, NY  FringeJR, Musical/Opera, Comedy
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
SAT 9 @ 1:45   THU 14 @ 2   SUN 17 @ NOON   FRI 22 @ 3:45   SAT 23 @ NOON  

All My Children;  MadAcademy; Writer: Courtenay Raia; Director: Martha Demson; Dr. Grean is America’s frozen family expert and proud mom of 23 could-be-kids in a cryocan. Watch her lecture go spectacularly wrong as blackouts sweep LA, causing a family meltdown! It’s like watching a TEDTalk colliding with the Hindenburg. 52m, Los Angeles, CA  Comedy, Solo Show
VENUE #15: The White Box at 440 Studios
FRI 8 @ 5   SUN 10 @ 2:30   TUE 19 @ 7   WED 20 @ 2   FRI 22 @ 9:15   SUN 24 @ NOON  

And She Bakes, LIVE.;  terraNOVA Collective; Writer: Daliya Karnofsky; Director: Annie G. Levy; "And She Bakes.", the YouTube series, now blown up to stage size. Dance parties, peanut-butter, and a tutu-d blender with an opinion perfectly merging comfort and joy. The baking ride of a lifetime. Vegan and gluten-free Come hungry. 55m, Brooklyn, NY  Comedy, Solo Show
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
SAT 9 @ 3:45   SUN 17 @ 6:30   WED 20 @ 6:15   THU 21 @ 9:45   FRI 22 @ 6  

And Then Came Tango;  Purple Crayon Players; Writer: Emily Freeman; Director: Lindsay Amer; A celebration of the modern family inspired by the true story of Roy and Silo, male Chinstrap Penguins at the Central Park Zoo who formed a pair bond and caused a public outcry when they raised and hatched a chick named Tango. 1h 5m, Evanston, IL  FringeJR, Drama
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
SUN 10 @ NOON   WED 13 @ 3:45   FRI 15 @ 2   TUE 19 @ 2   THU 21 @ 6  

The Anger in Ernest and Ernestine;  The Plinth; Writer: Robert Morgan, Martha Ross, and Leah Cherniak; Two clowns get married and move into a closet. It's cute, at first. But then little things become Big Things. And Big Things become EXCRUCIATING. Ernest and Ernestine are trapped. Will Love be enough? 1h 10m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Clown/Mask
VENUE #1: Teatro SEA at the Clemente
SAT 9 @ 2:45   TUE 12 @ 5:30   FRI 15 @ 9:30   SUN 17 @ 7:30   THU 21 @ 3  

ANTHEM;  Firefly Jars Entertainment; Writer: Conceived by: Rachel Payne, Music & Lyrics by: Adele Dodds Powers & Zak Sandler ; Director: Matt Cowart; Why do we sing the national anthem? This dynamic, original musical explores that question through personal American stories, inspired by real war letters. Each song contains words from the anthem, woven together to form the song that represents our nation. 1h 10m, Los Angeles, CA  Musical/Opera, Multi-Media
VENUE #13: Sheen Center - THE LORETTO
FRI 8 @ 5   MON 11 @ 9:30   FRI 15 @ 2   WED 20 @ 4:45   SAT 23 @ 7:30  

The Apple Tree, or Penis no. 7;  Apple Tree Productions; Writer: Regina Gibson; Director: Katherine Carter; A Dr. Seuss meets poetry slam exploration of a young woman's wild and hilarious ride through the mystifying world of the penis, asking "Why is it that once I put your dick in my mouth we don't talk anymore?" 30m, Queens, NY  Solo Show, Spoken Word/Poetry
VENUE #12: 64E4 UNDERGROUND
TUE 12 @ 7:45   THU 14 @ 2   SUN 17 @ 5:30   THU 21 @ 8:15   FRI 22 @ 3:15  

April's Fool;  New York Hamlet Productions; Writer: Kelly McAllister; Director: Bronwen Carson; Four young New Yorkers struggle with love, entanglement and a decorative axe as they come face to face with the Norse Goddess of Fate. 2h, Denver, CO  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater
SAT 9 @ 4:15   SUN 17 @ 6:30   WED 20 @ 2   FRI 22 @ 9:30   SUN 24 @ NOON  

Awkward Romance: The Third Evening;  Writer: Wendy Herlich; Director: Ruthie Levy; Movie sidekicks get a starring role, a babytalker tries to kick the habit, a breakup complicates playground politics, and more in the third serving of this two-person comedy that uncovers the bumps on the road to happily ever after. 1h 15m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Improv/Sketch/Stand-up
VENUE #15: The White Box at 440 Studios
SUN 10 @ 7:45   TUE 12 @ 5:45   FRI 15 @ 2   SUN 17 @ 3:30   WED 20 @ 7:15   SAT 23 @ 1  

Baby GirL;  Kutumba Theatre Project; Writer: Kim Ehly; Director: Kim Ehly; After coming out as a lesbian and being alienated by her adoptive family, Ashley, a spirited young daydreamer, goes on an extraordinary journey to find love and a place to call home. When Ashley’s fantasies meet reality, expect the unexpected! 1h 48m, Fort Lauderdale, FL  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
FRI 8 @ 5   SUN 10 @ 9   THU 14 @ 4:15   MON 18 @ 9:15   SUN 24 @ NOON  

Bacchae Redux;  American Bard Theater Company ; Writer: Jack Herholdt, Adapted from Euripides; Director: Michael Heitzler; Bacchae Redux puts a modern twist on the classic tale of divine vengeance. The gruesome rivalry between the god Dionysus and the mortal king Pentheus serves as both feast and fodder for Dionysus' infamous female disciples, The Bacchae. 1h 30m, Manhattan, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #16: Robert Moss Theater at 440 Studios
SAT 9 @ 12:30   TUE 12 @ 7   FRI 15 @ 7   SAT 16 @ 4   TUE 19 @ 4:15  

Bedroom Secrets;  Threshold Repertory Theatre; Writer: Thomas and Judy Heath; Director: Thomas and Judy Heath; Do you really know who you're sleeping with? Peek into the office of a psychotherapist and her patients dealing with today's sexual issues. Starring Stephen Wallem ("Nurse Jackie") & Ashlie Atkinson ("Fat Pig"). Written by last year's Audience Favorite Award winners. 1h 15m, Charleston, SC  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #17: The Players Theatre
FRI 8 @ 7:15   SAT 9 @ 9:15   SUN 10 @ 4:45   THU 14 @ 2:30   SAT 16 @ 5:15  

Behind Closed Doors: The Musical;  Traveling Muse Productions; Writer: Book by Peter Berube, Music and Lyrics by Aaron Beaumont; Director: Peter Berube; A wild clandestine burlesque. A brutal Orwellian regime. Moulin Rouge meets 1984 in this seductive new musical. Revolution erupts when a puritanical surveillance state seeks to stamp out a brothel of colorful second-class citizens servicing its soldiers from the shadows. 2h 20m, Los Angeles, CA  Musical/Opera, Drama
VENUE #7: Theatre 80
SAT 9 @ 9:30   SUN 17 @ 4:30   WED 20 @ 2   FRI 22 @ 10:15   SAT 23 @ 10:15  

Birds Should Fly Free;  AKA Productions; Writer: Alex McFarlane; Director: Veronica Dang; Polly wants more than a cracker. Megalomania erupts when the line between humans and animals is blurred. Can we get along together or will the law of the jungle prevail? This dark comedy boldly goes where no humanity has gone before. 1h 30m, South Salem, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater
SAT 9 @ 2   SUN 10 @ 7   THU 14 @ 9:45   SUN 17 @ 4:15   SAT 23 @ NOON  

THE BLOODLINE OF SHADRICK GRACE;  Writer: Maya Contreras; Director: Kristin Skye Hoffmann; Take one abandoned Bootlegger, add one bitter wife, a Caddo Indian, two muddled Aunts, three dashes of corrupt cops, a pinch of lesbian nuns, and pour into a depression-era-glass for a Southern tale about a diamond in a rough place. 1h, Brooklyn, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #4: Teatro LATEA at the Clemente
SAT 9 @ 7   MON 11 @ 4   SAT 16 @ 12:30   THU 21 @ 7   SAT 23 @ 2:15  

Bohemian Valentine;  A Five Dollar Bill; Writer: Mateo Moreno; Director: Matt Gray; After his fiancee's death, Michael is struggling. Mixing memories with reality, he decides to photograph their past, planning to take them with him when he leaves everything behind. A darkly funny and romantic look at love and loss. 1h 30m, Brooklyn, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #4: Teatro LATEA at the Clemente
SAT 9 @ 1   TUE 12 @ 2   MON 18 @ 8:45   WED 20 @ 8:45   THU 21 @ 4:45  

The Boston Tea Party Opera;  MZJ Music; Writer: M. Zachary Johnson; Director: M. Zachary Johnson; Choreographer: Karen Gayle; New love blooms - and old loyalty dies, as Sam Adams leads a rebellion against an empire's high taxes, heavy-handedness and invasions of privacy. A mythic, modern version of the moment Americans discovered their identity as a people. 2h 15m, Hoboken, NJ  Musical/Opera, FringeHIGH
VENUE #13: Sheen Center - THE LORETTO
SAT 9 @ 8:15   WED 13 @ 4:15*   SAT 16 @ NOON   MON 18 @ 4:45   FRI 22 @ 5:15  

Breaking the Shakespeare Code;  Hey Jonte! Productions, L.L.C.; Writer: John Minigan; Director: Stephen Brotebeck; A brash, naive young actress approaches a gifted but callous acting instructor to coach her for an audition. Surprising them both, Anna and Curt’s explosive chemistry sparks 16 years of cat and mouse seductions and entanglements. 1h 30m, Astoria, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #11: 64E4 MAINSTAGE
TUE 12 @ 9:15   THU 14 @ 2   SAT 16 @ 7   TUE 19 @ 5:30   WED 20 @ 6:15  

Brown & Out;  Casa 0101 ; Writer: Miguel Garcia & the Playwrights of Brown & Out; Director: Martin Morales ; From the west side to the east side, six short plays from LA celebrating the Latino/a LGBTQ experience. These untold stories will make people laugh, cry, and open their hearts to what it means to live brown, out, and proud. 1h 20m, Los Angeles , CA  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #1: Teatro SEA at the Clemente
WED 13 @ 7   THU 14 @ 2   FRI 15 @ 5   SAT 16 @ 9:15  

BUBBA;  Black Angus Productions; Writer: Michael Thomas Walker; Director: Melissa Firlit; Through a combination of song, dance, and heart warming honesty, BUBBA is a son's journey to discover the truth about his father's death and find closure in the strangest of places. 1h 15m, Queens, NY  Solo Show, Drama
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
SUN 10 @ 2   SAT 16 @ 7:30   TUE 19 @ 3:45   WED 20 @ 9:45   SUN 24 @ 4  

BURBAGE: The Man Who made Shakespeare Famous;  The Bay Colony Shakespeare Company; Writer: Nicolas Minella; Director: Ross MacDonald; Dead men do tell tales! Richard Burbage, the world's first Hamlet, speaks again about his world and theatrical life, backstage politics, backbiting, sex, Shakespeare, and the joys and tragedies of being an actor in any age. 1h 30m, Marshfield, MA  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #18: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
FRI 8 @ 5   SUN 10 @ 7   WED 13 @ 5   SAT 16 @ 4:15   WED 20 @ 2:30   FRI 22 @ 7  

The Call of the Siren;  Theatrical Gems; Writer: Jonathan G Galvez, Music by Anthony Serino and Alayna Whitten; Director: Trisha Arnold; Choreographer: Ashley DeLane Burger; By day, she’s a struggling dancer named Karla, by night, the vigilante hero The Night Siren. Inspired by true events in a story infused with dance, our hero is forced to redefine justice when a fellow dancer is killed. 2h, Linden, NJ  FringeHIGH, Drama, Dance
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
FRI 8 @ 9:15   SUN 10 @ 2*   SAT 16 @ 5:45   TUE 19 @ 9:15   FRI 22 @ 9:15  

Campo Maldito;  People of Interest; Writer: Bennett Fisher; Director: Jesca Prudencio; Angry ghosts are disrupting business at a tech startup in San Francisco’s Tenderloin district. When the CEO hires a Santeria priest to purify the office, he gets more than he bargained for. A dark comedy about gentrification and the afterlife. 1h, San Diego, CA  Comedy
VENUE #1: Teatro SEA at the Clemente
SAT 16 @ NOON   SAT 16 @ 4:30   TUE 19 @ 4:15   THU 21 @ 7   SAT 23 @ 5  

Chemistry;  Produced by Audra Arnaudon; Writer: Jacob Marx Rice; Director: Anna Strasser; Steph is a recovering depressive. Jamie overachieved himself off the deep end. When they meet in their psychiatrist's office, they can't deny their chemistry, but can they survive it? A pitch black and piercingly insightful comedy about being crazy in love. 1h 20m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #12: 64E4 UNDERGROUND
SAT 9 @ 2:45   WED 13 @ 9:30   SAT 16 @ 4:45  MON 18 @ 7:30   TUE 19 @ 2   FRI 22 @ 7  

Circus Circus;  Loyalty Productions LLC.; Writer: Written by Brian Walker and Eric Welch, Music by Craig Davis, Video by Sarah Lasely; Director: Christopher Robert Mirto; Ever smoke or sell marijuana? Robert did and is now in prison for it surrounded by killers, rapist,and meth head molesters. Now his life is a circus and the Warden is the Ringmaster running the show! 1h 20m, Louisville , KY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #2: Flamboyan Theatre at the Clemente
FRI 15 @ 2   SUN 17 @ 4:15   WED 20 @ 9:30   FRI 22 @ 7   SUN 24 @ NOON  

CLIVE BARKER's History of the Devil;  Joshua Young; Writer: Clive Barker; Director: Joshua Young; A deprived and lovelorn Satan misses God and is sick and tired of living in Hell. So he calls a trial seeking re-admittance into Heaven. The witnesses recount Satan's influence, or just reveal a reflection of humanity's depravity. 2h, Manhattan, NY  Multi-Media, Drama
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
SUN 10 @ 9   TUE 12 @ 4   WED 13 @ 9:30   THU 14 @ 8   SUN 17 @ 1:45  

Close to the Bone;  Writer: Based on "Blue Pariah" by William Lewis (a.k.a. Guillermo Yuscaran), Adapted by Mario Quesada; Director: Felix Ivanov; A boy moves with his father and dog from suburban California to a village in Honduras in 1979. Through his eyes, we discover the people and dynamics shaping their paradise. But can this peace last? Based on a true story. 1h 25m, NYC, NY  Drama, Solo Show
VENUE #14: Sheen Center - THE BLACK BOX
FRI 8 @ 7:15   SUN 10 @ 5:30   WED 13 @ 2:30   WED 20 @ 9:15   SUN 24 @ NOON  

COFFEE and BISCUIT;  Fallen Swallow/Laughing Pigeon and Flux Industries; Writer: Teresa Ann Virginia Bayer; Director: Teresa Ann Virginia Bayer with TJ Burleson; 1950’s suburbia comes to the FringeNYC stage- drenched in Technicolor, decked in vintage TV sets with incredibly mixed messages, and chock-full of freakin’ awesome puppets that have a lot to get off their fleecy chests. DRAMA. CAFFEINE. PUPPETS. 1h 10m, Brooklyn, NY  Puppetry, Multi-Media
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater
FRI 8 @ 7   SUN 10 @ 9:15   WED 13 @ 3   MON 18 @ 7   FRI 22 @ 3:30  

Come Cuddle Me;  85 Stars Theatre; Writer: Coco Roberge; Human contact is complicated. Or is it? Alone onstage, one woman offers this playful journey from academic lecture, to Cuddle Party(TM), to the blur between theatre and intimacy...Where public and private meet, where soul-searching and science mingle. 45m, Brooklyn, NY  Solo Show, FringeHIGH, Comedy
VENUE #15: The White Box at 440 Studios
FRI 8 @ 7   SUN 10 @ 12:30*   TUE 12 @ 4:15   WED 13 @ 9:30   THU 14 @ 4   FRI 15 @ 6:15  

Come Thick Night;  MAUS Theater; Writer: John Crutchfield; Director: John Crutchfield; A young woman wakes from a nightmare about killing her father - only to find she's still in it. MAUS Theater of Berlin presents John Crutchfield's "gruselkabinett," a darkly hilarious mash-up of Ingmar Bergman, Elvis, and the Scottish play. 1h 15m, Berlin, GERMANY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #12: 64E4 UNDERGROUND
TUE 19 @ 9:45   WED 20 @ 4   FRI 22 @ 4:30   SAT 23 @ 7   SUN 24 @ 2  

Coming: A Rock Musical of Biblical Proportions;  Libertine Idol Productions; Writer: Erik Ransom (Text and Music); Director: Rachel Klein, Music Director: Charles Czarnecki; Jesus returns as Josh, a youth with a heart of gold, who spreads his message of love by competing on “American Icon”. Damian, a glam/pop megastar suffers a blow from God and seeks revenge through His son. The Glamageddon ensues. 2h 24m, New Brunswick, NJ  Musical/Opera, Comedy
VENUE #7: Theatre 80
FRI 8 @ 5   SUN 10 @ 4   FRI 15 @ 8:45   WED 20 @ 8:45   FRI 22 @ 2  

Confessions of Old Lady #2;  Joan Shepard; Writer: Joan Shepard; Director: Margarett Perry; CONFESSIONS OF OLD LADY #2 is Joan Shepard's sparkling account of 74 years on Broadway and on TV. Laced with side splitting stories & witty songs, this musical memoir won four stars from the London Times. 1h 5m, Manhattan, NY  Solo Show, Musical/Opera
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
WED 13 @ 3:45   FRI 15 @ 7:45   TUE 19 @ 5:45   FRI 22 @ 4   SUN 24 @ 2  

Cookie Ireland Has a Giraffe;  The Igloo Collective; Writer: Joe DeStefano ; Director: Joe DeStefano; Can a corporation fill the gap when the world's children have lost their ability to imagine? Cookie Ireland knows. 1h 50m, Somerville, NJ  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #1: Teatro SEA at the Clemente
SAT 9 @ NOON   THU 14 @ 7   SUN 17 @ 4:45   THU 21 @ 8:45   SAT 23 @ 2:15  

Cortez;  Milkwood Theater; Writer: Judith Goudsmit; Director: David Riley; Two marine biologists are at odds during the most important expedition of their career. When a stranded shark refuses to die, things get weird in this physical theatre piece about the nature of ego, love and revenge. 1h, Brooklyn, NY  Comedy, Dance
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
SUN 10 @ 5:30   SUN 17 @ 7   TUE 19 @ 7:30   THU 21 @ 2   SAT 23 @ 8  

Coyote Katie's Return;  Route 66 Rodeo; Writer: Alison Crane; Director: Bradley Campbell; A reclusive, Oklahoma taxidermist stumbles into a relationship with a bereaved psychiatric nurse. Their awkward romance is threatened when the past staggers onto the doorstep, dragging a 30-year-old urban legend along for the ride. A quirky love story of bestial proportions! 1h 50m, New York, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #14: Sheen Center - THE BLACK BOX
SAT 9 @ 5   MON 11 @ 2   THU 14 @ 9:30   SAT 16 @ 2   SAT 23 @ 8:45  

Crave;  Machine 5; Writer: Sarah Kane, music by Dave Seidel; Director: Gregory Kowalski; Four voices pour out their souls in a torrent of emotions, memories and desires. In this unique multimedia rendition the poetry of Kane's play is expressed through sound and imagery born of movement and light. 1h, Newburyport, MA  Multi-Media, Performance Art
VENUE #18: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
THU 14 @ 2:30   SAT 16 @ 8:30   SUN 17 @ 4:15   FRI 22 @ 9:15   SAT 23 @ 5:15  

DANCING MONK IPPEN;  Fuuun Kabocha No Basha; Writer: Book and Lyrics by Takaaki Shigenobu, Music by Tokuaki Nakajima; Director: Hiroaki Doi; Choreographer: Chie Nakagawa; DANCING MONK IPPEN is the Japanese divine musical.Set in Japan in the 13th century.IPPEN is a real person in history.He was born in SAMURAI and lived BUDDHIST MONK to save people by DANCING and SINGING. 1h 20m, Tokyo, JAPAN  Musical/Opera, Drama
VENUE #13: Sheen Center - THE LORETTO
FRI 8 @ 7   SUN 10 @ NOON   MON 11 @ 7:15   WED 13 @ 2   FRI 15 @ 4  

The Death Monologues;  Writer: Giselle Suarez; Director: Cathy Hartenstein; Death doesn't like to fight. He loves to dance. Tired of getting a bad rap, he's setting the record straight. He takes you on a ride through five unique characters' perspectives, guaranteed to change your life...and your death. 1h, Sedona, AZ  Solo Show, Drama
VENUE #3: Abrazo Interno at the Clemente
FRI 8 @ 3   SAT 9 @ 9:30   MON 11 @ 2   WED 13 @ 6:15   THU 14 @ 5:45   SAT 16 @ 10:30  

The Death of Thomas Edison;  Warehouse of Theatre; Writer: Lee Smith; Director: Katherine Hammond; Be propelled into a world where magical realism crashes against sophomoric humor, a woman's handbag contains the universe, and singing water goblets change the destiny of mankind. Interfused with Eric Whitacre's "Lux Aurumque," EDISON irradiates. Incandescing: "we are here." 1h, Norfolk, VA  Multi-Media, Drama
VENUE #2: Flamboyan Theatre at the Clemente
FRI 8 @ 2:45   SAT 9 @ 7:30   SUN 10 @ 3   WED 13 @ 3   THU 14 @ 5:30  

Depression The Musical;  Kirsten Major Productions; Writer: Marianne Pillsbury; Director: Gretchen Cryer; Dancing pills? A therapist named Joy! And, hey, you’re an alcoholic and a lesbian after all! "Depression: The Musical (A Depressed Girl's Guide To Depression)" is a darkly humorous pop-rock musical about falling apart and putting yourself back together. 1h 15m, Queens, NY  Musical/Opera, Comedy
VENUE #2: Flamboyan Theatre at the Clemente
SUN 10 @ 5   SAT 16 @ 7   SUN 17 @ 6:30   FRI 22 @ 2   SUN 24 @ 4:45  

Destiny is Judd Nelson;  BIG Theatre Company; Writer: Sarah Goncalves; Director: Olivia Hartle; "Destiny is luck." "Destiny is getting lucky." Humorous as it is poignant, absurd as it is profound, DESTINY IS JUDD NELSON follows a group of young New Yorkers searching for meaningful connections in a city where timing is everything. 1h 15m, Queens, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #1: Teatro SEA at the Clemente
SUN 10 @ 3   FRI 15 @ 7:30   SUN 17 @ 9:30   WED 20 @ 2:30   FRI 22 @ 4  

Does This Dress Make Me Look Alone?;  Julie Kottakis; Writer: Julie Kottakis; Director: Jay Stern ; Surprise! It’s a single mom! An “accidental” pregnancy forces Julie to raise a child alone, make unlikely decisions and take a bumpy journey down memory lane. Follow this hilarious tale of how becoming a mother may mean becoming her mother. 1h 10m, Brooklyn, NY  Comedy, Solo Show
VENUE #18: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
SAT 9 @ 4   TUE 12 @ 7   FRI 15 @ 6:30   SAT 16 @ 12:15   THU 21 @ 3:15   SAT 23 @ 7  

DON'T PANIC: it's only Finnegans Wake;  JoyceGeek; Writer: Adam Harvey, with extended excerpts by James Joyce; Relax, it's not THAT hard to understand. Adam Harvey, "a New Mexico actor with an incredible memory" (NYTimes), shares his knowledge par excellence of James Joyce's cryptic masterwork in this thoroughly engaging and accessible one-man tour de force. 1h 15m, Santa Fe, NM  Spoken Word/Poetry, Performance Art
VENUE #12: 64E4 UNDERGROUND
FRI 8 @ 5  SUN 10 @ 3:30  THU 14 @ 8:45  FRI 15 @ 4:15  SUN 17 @ 9:15  

The Doormen;  Victor Verhaeghe; Writer: Victor Verhaeghe; Two Manhattan Doormen; brave, courteous, respectful, competitive, filled with musical machismo. One wise, rugged, handsome. The other young, brash with more hair. They battle in the streets and in the lobby to be Doorman of the Year! 1h 10m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Multi-Media
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
SUN 10 @ 4:30   SAT 16 @ 9:30   WED 20 @ 2   THU 21 @ 7:45   SUN 24 @ NOON  

Dragon's Breath;  Writer: Michael C. O'Day; Director: Mikaela Kafka; Justine Drake dreams of seeing her YA paranormal romances in print. But somewhere between reading at bookstores, counting website clicks, and fending off internet trolls, she accidentally creates a dangerous cult. Some stories take on a life of their own... 1h 30m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #4: Teatro LATEA at the Clemente
SAT 9 @ 3:15   MON 11 @ 9:15   FRI 15 @ 2   SAT 16 @ 4:45   SAT 23 @ 7  

Dust Can't Kill Me;  Yale University ; Writer: Book by Abigail Carney, Music and Lyrics by Elliah Heifetz; Director: Jacob Osborne, Music Director: Max Gordon; Gripped by Dust Bowl desperation, a ragtag group of wanderers heed a prophet's advice to embark on a journey that is a tall tale, a ghost story, and a quasi-apocalyptic parable. There will be folk music, whiskey, and love! 2h 30m, New Haven, CT  Musical/Opera, Drama
VENUE #7: Theatre 80
WED 13 @ 2   THURS 14 @ 9:45   FRI 15 @ 5:30   SAT 16 @ 10   SAT 23 @ 1  

The Elephant in the Room;  Writer: Anna Fox; Director: Molly Clifford; Talia isn't talking. Felicia funnels whiskey. Quinn dreams of moving far away.Peter knocks on the door. Why is there an elephant in the Room? 1h 30m, Manhattan, NY  Drama,
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
SUN 10 @ 2:15   SAT 16 @ 2   MON 18 @ 7   TUE 19 @ 2:30   SUN 24 @ 4:45  

Empty House;  Writer: Kenneth Molloy; Director: Adeola Role; This new imagination of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's "The Adventure of the Empty House" captures the nightmare that was the life of a woman in Victorian Britain. Holmes without Holmes. 1h 25m, Brooklyn, NY  Drama,
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
SAT 9 @ 8:30   FRI 15 @ 8:15   THU 21 @ 3:45   SAT 23 @ 5:45   SUN 24 @ 3:30  

Enter Your Sleep;  Baby Crow Productions; Writer: Christina Quintana; Director: Margaret Grace Hee, Stevie Walker-Webb, Mia Capotorto Sommese; Choreographer: Mia Sommese; Childhood best friends, Glory Zico and P.K. Whylde, meet in a wild night of dreams to unravel their complex friendship, battle their sadness, and, ultimately, face a looming, dark truth. 1h 15m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #1: Teatro SEA at the Clemente
TUE 19 @ 9   THU 21 @ 5   FRI 22 @ 2   SAT 23 @ 7   SUN 24 @ 1  

Fatty Fatty No Friends;  Mind The Art Entertainment; Writer: Serrana Gay, Music by Christian De Gré, Lyrics by Joseph Reese Anderson, Developed by MTAENY; Director: Christian De Gré, Musical Director: Aaron Butler, Associate Director: R. Patrick Alberty; As the fattest kid in school, Tommy lives a lonely, living nightmare. When the skinny kids’ taunting goes too far, Tommy takes revenge without amends. A dark spoken-word musical diving into the lunchtime of life, where bullies are delicious. 1h 10m, Manhattan, NY  Musical/Opera, Spoken Word/Poetry
VENUE #2: Flamboyan Theatre at the Clemente
FRI 15 @ 7   SUN 17 @ NOON  TUE 19 @ 11   WED 20 @ 7:30   THU 21 @ 7:15   SAT 23 @ 3  

Fearless;  Mutandi Productions; Writer: John Del Vecchio; Director: Sharon Counts; “Fearless” is the story of one man's broken engagement (not his fault), failed suicide attempt (definitely his fault), the relationships that followed (probably his fault) and the misguided attempts to teach his students how to take risks and become fearless. 1h, Queens, NY  Solo Show, Comedy
VENUE #12: 64E4 UNDERGROUND
SAT 9 @ 5:30   SUN 10 @ 6   WED 13 @ 2   SAT 16 @ 7   SAT 23 @ 5:15  

FELICITAS;  Artistic New Directions; Writer: Libby Skala, Music by Steven May, Video Design by Stephen Stevo Arnoczy; Director: Janice L. Goldberg; The real-life story of a gifted, educated, spunky Austrian-emigree baby nurse who sacrifices her own family relationships to nurture newborns and mothers with firmness and compassion - all set against the backdrop of WWII. Live mandolin music. “Skala is marvelous!” – NY Times 1h 15m, Brooklyn, NY  Solo Show, Multi-Media
VENUE #18: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
SAT 9 @ 2   SUN 10 @ 5   WED 13 @ 7:15   SAT 16 @ 2:15   THU 21 @ 7   FRI 22 @ 4:45  

The Fiery Sword of Justice;  Pill Hill Productions; Writer: Lauren Letellier; Director: Kel Haney; The last thing any corporation wants to hear is ... the truth! One businesswoman's super-heroic compulsion to confront hypocrisy leads her to battle Big Pharma, boozy bosses, and the fractured family fantasies that fueled her fight for Justice. 55m, Manhattan, NY  Solo Show, Comedy
VENUE #3: Abrazo Interno at the Clemente
SAT 9 @ 5:45   WED 13 @ 8   SAT 16 @ 8:45   MON 18 @ 3:45   WED 20 @ 2   FRI 22 @ 5:30  

Fire Dance;  Loading Dock; Writer: Michael Parsons; Director: Jacob Titus; Attorney Sean McManus moves in with firefighter brother Nicky to salvage their family - and to pursue old flame Janice. When Janice intrudes into their world, however, cold-hearted Nicky’s passions flare, pitting both brothers in a reckless clash for dominance. 1h 30m, Brooklyn, NY  Drama,
VENUE #11: 64E4 MAINSTAGE
SAT 16 @ NOON   SUN 17 @ 3:45   TUE 19 @ 9:45   THU 21 @ 4:45   FRI 22 @ 9:15  

THE FLOOD;  Candle & Cloak; Writer: Daniel McCabe; Director: Daniel McCabe; Hurricane Sandy howls outside as four friends gather to weather the tempest. A tragic secret stirs an inner storm of love, laughter, rage and redemption. Modern female strength collides with classic male stoicism in a city that insists upon both. 1h 25m, Brooklyn, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #11: 64E4 MAINSTAGE
TUE 12 @ 7   FRI 15 @ 3   MON 18 @ 4:30  WED 20 @ 4   FRI 22 @ 7   SUN 24 @ NOON  

Forgetting the Details;  Nicole Maxali Productions; Writer: Nicole Maxali; Director: Paul Stein; Family, Filipinos & Alzheimer's. Described by Dave Chappelle as “funny, heartwarming & funny again,” this one-woman show will make you laugh, cry & remind you that in the end, it's not the details that matter. 1h 15m, San Francisco, CA  Solo Show, Comedy
VENUE #15: The White Box at 440 Studios
WED 13 @ 3:45   FRI 15 @ 9:30   SUN 17 @ 7:45   THU 21 @ 2   FRI 22 @ 5:30   SAT 23 @ 3  

FORTUNA FANTASIA;  Common Room; Writer: Jesse Schreck; Director: Nailah Harper-Malveaux; A theater company from Yale presents a madcap comedy that begins when Claire accidentally breaks Jeffrey's left foot. What follows is the strangest month of their lives, featuring such things as a hostage situation, pork buns, bad poetry, and murder. 2h 20m, New Haven, CT  Comedy,
VENUE #16: Robert Moss Theater at 440 Studios
SAT 9 @ 5:30   THU 14 @ 2:30   SUN 17 @ 8   THU 21 @ 8:30   SUN 24 @ 1  

Freaks: a legend about growing up;  Writer: Sam French; Director: Kyle Wilson; 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. Whoosh. 1h 20m, Pittsburgh, PA  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #1: Teatro SEA at the Clemente
SAT 9 @ 7   WED 13 @ 9:15   SAT 16 @ 1:45   TUE 19 @ 2   FRI 22 @ 6  

Fuck You! You Fucking Perv!;  Created and Performed by Leslie Baker; Writer: Joseph Shragge in collaboration with Leslie Baker; This solo performance is a schizophrenic immersion into psychological damage caused by pre-mature sexualisation, a sensory bombardment of weird and sometimes shocking imagery, tap dancing and tasteless jokes. “ brilliant, dark and disturbing,” THE GAZETTE “ tout bonnement brillante." LA VOIR 50m, Montreal, CANADA  Drama, Performance Art
VENUE #12: 64E4 UNDERGROUND
TUE 19 @ 4:15   WED 20 @ 7:15   THU 21 @ 4:15   SAT 23 @ 9   SUN 24 @ 4  

FUTEBOL;  In Search of a Song Productions; Writer: Eilis Cahill; Director: James Glossman ; In a high rise in São Paulo with the World Cup raging outside, four Americans confront a monstrous rage inside. Also, none of them know a thing about soccer. 1h 25m, Manhattan, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #4: Teatro LATEA at the Clemente
TUE 12 @ 8:45   FRI 15 @ 4:45   MON 18 @ 6:30   FRI 22 @ 9:30   SUN 24 @ NOON  

Gary Busey's One Man Hamlet (as performed by David Carl);  Project Y Theatre Company; Writer: David Carl and William Shakespeare; Director: Michole Biancosino; In this absurdist romp through Shakespeare, pop culture, and life in the theatre, celebrity icon Gary Busey (played by comedian David Carl) will perform all the parts in "Hamlet", using homemade puppets, videos, live music, and poetry. 1h 20m, Manhattan, NY  Multi-Media, Solo Show
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
SUN 10 @ 8:30   THU 14 @ 7   FRI 15 @ 2   SUN 17 @ 2:15   SAT 23 @ 4:45  

Generation ME the Musical;  Julie Soto, Will Finan, and Ryan Warren in Association with Flying Monkey Productions; Writer: Book and Lyrics by Julie Soto, Music by Will Finan, Story by Julie Soto and Ryan Warren; Director: Ryan Warren; At age 15, Milo Reynolds had it all: a seat at the popular table, a perfect girlfriend... So when he kills himself on Monday morning, his friends and family are left questioning everything they thought they knew about him. 2h 45m, Sacramento, CA  FringeHIGH, Musical/Opera, Drama
VENUE #13: Sheen Center - THE LORETTO
SAT 9 @ 2:30*   WED 13 @ 9   THU 14 @ 6:15   FRI 15 @ 9   SUN 17 @ NOON  

The Grass is Greenest at the Houston Astrodome;  Outside Inside; Writer: Michael Ross Albert; Director: Brandon Stock; 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. A comedy about envy, friendship, sex, art, and our constant search for something better. 1h 5m, Brooklyn, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #11: 64E4 MAINSTAGE
THU 14 @ 4:15   SUN 17 @ 6   MON 18 @ 2:30   TUE 19 @ 7:45   SAT 23 @ 8:45  

Halfway, Nebraska;  DBd Productions; Writer: Briandaniel Oglesby; Director: Daniel R. Melnick; Halfway, Nebraska explores the limits of hope and what it means to love someone who may be too far damaged to save. Sheila counts down the miles as she drives her disturbed son and adoptive daughter from California to Nebraska. 1h 50m, Brooklyn, NY  Drama, Multi-Media
VENUE #4: Teatro LATEA at the Clemente
FRI 8 @ 8:45   SUN 10 @ NOON   THU 14 @ 5:30   TUE 19 @ 8:45   FRI 22 @ 4:45  

Held Momentarily;  Lionel Christian and Marielle Young; Writer: Oliver Houser, additional material by James Zebooker; Director: Hunter Bird, Music Director: Jeremy Robin Lyons; Trapped on a stalled New York subway, seven strangers realize it's not just the train that's stuck. A poignant musical comedy about making connections, living in the moment and moving on in life... and a woman just went into labor. 1h, Manhattan, NY  Musical/Opera, Comedy
VENUE #13: Sheen Center - THE LORETTO
SAT 9 @ 6:30   THU 14 @ 2   SAT 16 @ 7:15   WED 20 @ 7   SAT 23 @ 3  

His Majesty, the Devil – a play with music;  The Elsewhere Ensemble; Writer: Alexandra Devon, Inspired by Dostoyevsky, Music by Colin Pip Dixon; Director: Mathilde Schennen; "We all have the choice: to create or destroy." A mysterious gentleman visits a dangerous young man on the eve of annihilation. Wit, wisdom, foolishness and drama intertwine with violins. A quest for meaning! Does belief guide or blind us? 1h 20m, Manhattan, NY  Drama,
VENUE #16: Robert Moss Theater at 440 Studios
SUN 10 @ 2   TUE 12 @ 9:15   FRI 15 @ 2   SAT 16 @ 8:45   WED 20 @ 4:45  

A History of the Devil;  Foro Shakespeare and Producciones Escarabajo; Writer: Don Nigro; Director: Itari Marta; "I don't believe in God, but I do believe in the Devil" When Maria starts suspecting her boyfriend is seeing another woman- a better woman, the obsession takes her closer and closer into finding the Devil within. 1h 30m, Mexico city, MEXICO  Solo Show, Comedy
VENUE #15: The White Box at 440 Studios
FRI 8 @ 8:30   SAT 9 @ 3:15   TUE 12 @ 2   THU 14 @ 9   FRI 15 @ 4   SUN 17 @ 5:30  

HOAXOCAUST! Written and performed by Barry Levey, with the generous assistance of the Institute for Political and International Studies, Tehran;  Questing Beast Productions; Writer: Barry Levey; Director: Jeremy Gold Kronenberg; Ever wish the Holocaust hadn't happened? Some say it didn't! Join Barry's journey to find deniers from Illinois to Iran, meeting engineers and ex-presidents, dodging a brother in Hungary and a boyfriend back home to discover the truth. 1h 15m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Solo Show
VENUE #12: 64E4 UNDERGROUND
FRI 15 @ 9:15   SAT 16 @ 2:45   SUN 17 @ 2   TUE 19 @ 6   THU 21 @ 9:30  

Horn of Sorrow;  Calvin Ratladi Foundation; Writer: Nicholas Ellenbogen; Director: Nicholas Ellenbogen; A moving play that speaks for itself – it incorporates music, dance, humour and mime, all with a relevant theme. This award-winning production follows the plight of the rhino in its endless battle against extinction and the forces edging it along. 55m, SOUTH AFRICA,   Drama,
VENUE #14: Sheen Center - THE BLACK BOX
SAT 9 @ 7:45   FRI 15 @2:30   SUN 17 @ 2:30   MON 18 @ 9   FRI 22 @ 2:30  

Hot Steams;  Cellar Door; Writer: Zach Wegner; Director: Jaclyn Biskup; In a futuristic ride through torture and imprisonment a man finds himself jailed and dressed in a Santa suit with no memory. He interrupts the solitary confinement of an accused murderer. Sanity’s at stake as they face unscrupulous law enforcement. 1h 30m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #1: Teatro SEA at the Clemente
SAT 9 @ 9:15   TUE 12 @ 7:30   WED 13 @ 2   WED 20 @ 9:15   SAT 23 @ NOON  

How Did I Get in Here? The Beverly Blondell Story;  Writer: Leila Ben-Abdallah; Director: Katie Hartman; Behind her bewitching facade, Hollywood's most beloved bombshell was a streetwise bruiser, obsessed with death. Videos and interviews demystify her tale, telling of her rise to stardom from a Vaudeville chorus line to her destruction by pills and gin. 50m, Brooklyn, NY  Solo Show, Comedy
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
SAT 9 @ NOON   FRI 15 @ 6   TUE 19 @ 2   WED 20 @ 8   FRI 22 @ 7:45  

How Do You Say Mother in Esperanto?;  Other Productions; Writer: Roger Weisman; Director: Lauren Miller; A young couple is forced to reexamine their notions of intimacy, fidelity, and family when secrets from the past reveal that some encounters are closer than others. Human emotions and otherworldly phenomena create a volatile mix in this comic drama. 1h 20m, Queens, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #14: Sheen Center - THE BLACK BOX
FRI 8 @ 5   SUN 10 @ NOON   WED 13 @ 9:45   SAT 16 @ 4:45   THU 21 @ 9  

Human;  The Drifting Theatre; Writer: Alaska Reece Vance; Director: Alaska Reece Vance; Award-winning Appalachian theatre company brings to life the untold story of the changeling boy from A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. Battling fairy monarchs. Forbidden boundaries. Passionate desires and a planet on the brink. Will he survive Puck's savage game? 1h 49m, Elizabethton, TN  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #4: Teatro LATEA at the Clemente
TUE 12 @ 4:15   FRI 15 @ 8:30   SUN 17 @ 8:45   MON 18 @ 2   SAT 23 @ 4  

The Hurricane;  Writer: Bjorn Berkhout - Book, Music and Lyrics; Director: Taryn Turney; Fire Island in July. Madam Sparrow commands a mysterious monkey paw to conjure a storm and lay a trap on four unsuspecting men from her past. She and Ariel have 24 hours to extract revenge before the magic runs out. 2h 30m, Queens, NY  Musical/Opera, Comedy
VENUE #7: Theatre 80
SAT 9 @1   SUN 10 @ 9:45   SAT 16 @ 3:45   THU 21 @ 4:45   SAT 23 @ 7  

The HVAC Plays (Or, Adventures in Living Without Basic Necessities, Like Heat and Air Conditioning);  LA Pittenger Productions; Writer: Laura A. Pittenger; Director: Cassandra West; 6 exasperated city-dwellers. 3 crappy apartments. 1 absentee landlord. What happens when central air fails? Hot and cold collide and culminate in acts of desperation. Discover the temperature of the human condition in this world premiere. 1h 5m, Queens, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #16: Robert Moss Theater at 440 Studios
FRI 8 @ 9:30   SUN 10 @ NOON   WED 13 @ 2   TUE 19 @ 6:30   WED 20 @ 8:45  

I Am Not I;  Writer: Laura Abbott; Director: Laura Abbott and Jordan Reiff; Choreographer: Kendra Slack; Jane Jimenez's quinceanera is approaching. She'd rather wear a tuxedo than her gown. How will her parents react when they discover she's not who they think she is? Dance and live music underscore one family's struggle to define identity. 2h 10m, Manhattan, NY  Drama, FringeHIGH, Comedy
VENUE #1: Teatro SEA at the Clemente
FRI 8 @ 6   TUE 12 @ 2*   SAT 16 @ 6:15   TUE 19 @ 6   FRI 22 @ 8:15  

I Feed You;  Broadway Theatre Studio; Writer: Nicole DiMattei; Director: Anthony Caporale; Weddings and bacon and abs, oh my! Help love-starved Olive smash through Hollywood promises and the fourth wall in this zany meta-RomCom. Can she write a script for her life that lives up to her movie-fueled expectations? 1h 30m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
FRI 8 @ 5   THU 14 @ 9:15   SUN 17 @ NOON   THU 21 @ 2   SAT 23 @ 7  

The Imbible: A Spirited History of Drinking;  Broadway Theatre Studio; Writer: Anthony Caporale; Director: Nicole DiMattei; The drinks are on us! Join world-renowned mixologist and raconteur Anthony Caporale for a boozy romp through the history of alcohol. Cocktails and comedy combine for an utterly unique musical theatre experience! “An absolute must-see!” raves The Huffington Post. 21+ only. 1h 30m, Manhattan, NY  Solo Show, Comedy
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
FRI 8 @ 9:15   TUE 12 @ 7   SAT 16 @ 5:15   WED 20 @ 4   SAT 23 @ 12:45  

Interior: Panic;  Hedgepig Ensemble Theatre; Writer: Tennessee Williams; Director: Emily Lyon; Vacillating between reality and nightmare, see the world through the tortured eyes of one Tennessee Williams' most beloved characters, Blanche. In this one act precursor to A Streetcar Named Desire, Interior: Panic explores the grotesque world of the fractured psyche.  40m, Manhattan, NY  Drama, Drama
VENUE #4: Teatro LATEA at the Clemente
SAT 9 @ 5:30   SUN 10 @ 2:45   THU 14 @ 8:15   FRI 15 @ 7   SUN 24 @ 5  

The Internet!: A Complete History (Abridged);  Sauce and Co.; Writer: Kristyn Pomranz and Katherine Steinberg; Director: Paul Morris; Get off your damn phone! Al Gore is ready to ascend his soapbox and tell you the tale of the internet, from the first 10010101 to AOL to Facebook. No attention span required (this is basically the Buzzfeed of plays). 1h 20m, Brooklyn, NY  Comedy, Multi-Media
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
SUN 10 @ 4:30   THU 14 @ 2   SUN 17 @ 6:15   MON 18 @ 2   SAT 23 @ 8  

INTERVIEW;  Khaneh-ye Door; Writer: Mohammad Rahmanian; Director: Afshin Hashemi; “INTERVIEW” takes place in Algeria right after the Independence war. Two interviews turning into conversations, exchanging deep down buried stories among two interviewees and two interviewers, whom we never see. 55m, Tehran, IRAN  Drama, Solo Show
VENUE #3: Abrazo Interno at the Clemente
SAT 9 @ 3:30   SUN 10 @ 6:30   MON 11 @ 9:45   THU 14 @ 7:30   FRI 15 @ 6   SAT 16 @ NOON  

Isis Variations;  The Ume Group; Choreographer: Dave Herigstad, Marie Putko, Jordan Rosin, Yokko; The company hailed by The Village Voice for "commanding, physically impressive performances" returns to the Fringe with a new Butoh-driven physical theatre odyssey. Four choreographers invoke the Egyptian goddess Isis to discover the mythic "home" in each of us. 1h, Manhattan, NY  Dance, Performance Art
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
WED 13 @ 7:45   SAT 16 @ 8:30   TUE 19 @ 5:45   WED 20 @ 7:30   FRI 22 @ 2  

I'll Say She Is;  I'll Say She Is Productions; Writer: Will B. Johnstone (adapted by Noah Diamond); Director: Trav S.D. ; Choreographer: Helen Pontani; The historic and hysterical first revival EVER of the Marx Brothers' 90 year old first Broadway show, the only one of the team's stage vehicles never to have been filmed. 2h, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Musical/Opera
VENUE #13: Sheen Center - THE LORETTO
SUN 10 @ 2:15   FRI 15 @ 6:15   MON 18 @ 2   WED 20 @ 8:45   FRI 22 @ 9:30  

Jackass Flats;  Several Investors; Writer: C. C. Loveheart & John Simon; Director: Brendan Burke; 1952 Las Vegas. Night. Kay, Ginny and little Lana-Dee race through the desert. "The bomb's the best thing to happen to Vegas since the Pony Express." And as their lives unravel, the world changes ... for them, AND FOR US. 1h 15m, Napanoch , NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater
SUN 10 @ 2:45   MON 11 @ 9:15   FRI 15 @ 5   SAT 16 @ 9:45   WED 20 @ 5  

Joel Creasey in ROCK GOD;  more-comedy.com; Writer: Joel Creasey; Director: Janelle Koenig; Choreographer: Joel Creasey; Super-hot comedy star hits New York with critically acclaimed show that has sold out across Australia. "Rock God finds the enigmatic Creasey at the absolute peak of his comedic powers." (underthegunreview.net) "Brilliant FIVE STARS" (Herald Sun) "A revelation!" (The Age) 55m, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA  Comedy, Improv/Sketch/Stand-up
VENUE #17: The Players Theatre
SAT 9 @ 4:30   SUN 10 @ 7   TUE 12 @ 3   WED 13 @ 5   THU 14 @ 7   FRI 15 @ 3  

Juggalicious;  WildSide Rep ; Writer: Britton Buttrill; Director: Celine Rosenthal ; When Ice Pete, a young Juggalo from Alabama, discovers that his grandmother needs a new kidney, he and his friends take drastic but misguided measures to insure her survival. 1h 50m, Brooklyn, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #16: Robert Moss Theater at 440 Studios
SUN 10 @ 4:15   THU 14 @ 5:45   FRI 15 @ 9:15   SUN 17 @ 5:15   WED 20 @ 2  

Jump Man;  Is A Door Productions; Writer: Samuel Pitt Stoller; Director: Myla Pitt; A musical parody of the Mario Brothers world. When a crime wave hits their Brooklyn neighborhood, Mario and Luigi have their heroism tested. Jump Man addresses age-old questions like "What defines a hero?" and "Do plumbers love to sing?" 2h 5m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Musical/Opera
VENUE #7: Theatre 80
FRI 8 @ 8:15   SUN 10 @ 1   WED 13 @ 5:15   SAT 16 @ 7  TUE 19 @ 8 VENUE #13   SUN 24 @ 6  

a kind shot;  Writer: Terri Mateer; I've been six foot one since the sixth grade and I'm a former pro basketball player. I tell the story of some of the more outrageous events in my life and...I'm a chick. 1h 5m, Woodstock, NY  Solo Show, Drama
VENUE #3: Abrazo Interno at the Clemente
THU 14 @ 9:45  SUN 17 @ 9  WED 20 @ 3:45   THU 21 @ 2   SAT 23 @ 7   SUN 24 @ 5  

King of Kong: A Musical Parody;  Writer: Amber Ruffin (Late Night With Seth Meyers Writer, Key and Peele) and Lauren Van Kurin (Second City and Sacred Fools), Composed by David Schmoll; Director: Brendan Hunt; This award winning musical based on the cult documentary, follows 2 men on their quest to hold the Donkey Kong video game high score! This fast paced, high energy show will have you laughing and signing out loud! 1h, Los Angeles, CA  Comedy, Musical/Opera
VENUE #17: The Players Theatre
SAT 9 @ 2:45   FRI 15 @ 9:15   SAT 16 @ 1:30   SUN 17 @ 6   TUE 19 @ 9:15  

Kiss Your Brutal Hands;  Michael Howard Studios; Writer: Jim Shankman; Director: Craig J. George; Danny lives in Tompkins Square Park on the border of reality and reality TV. Barry’s got a corner office in TriBeCa where the pressure is unreal. Some are destroyed by God. Some are destroyed without Him. 1h 30m, Manhattan, NY  Solo Show, Drama
VENUE #12: 64E4 UNDERGROUND
FRI 8 @ 8:45   SUN 10 @ 1:15   WED 13 @ 7:15   THU 21 @ 6   FRI 22 @ 1  

Kunstler;  Artistic New Directions; Writer: Jeffrey Sweet; Director: Meagen Fay; Famous radical attorney William Kunstler clashes with an unexpected antagonist during a seminar. The premiere at Westchester's Hudson Stage led the NY TIMES to call it, "eye-opening ... wise and revealing." 1h 30m, Manhattan, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #18: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
SUN 10 @ NOON   WED 13 @ 9:15   FRI 15 @ 4:15   TUE 19 @ 4:45   WED 20 @ 7   SAT 23 @ 9  

La Donna Improvvisata;  Writer: Improvised by Lisa Flanagan, Improvised Music by Frank Spitznagel; Director: T.J. Mannix; Opera: The original Sex, Death and Rock & Roll! Join Lisa and Frank as they improvise a brand new opera performed for one-night-only. You choose the hero from classical archetypes with a modern twist! Sometimes funny. Sometimes sad. Always sung. 1h, New York, NY  Musical/Opera, Improv/Sketch/Stand-up
VENUE #15: The White Box at 440 Studios
SUN 10 @ 6   THU 14 @ 2   WED 20 @ 3:45   FRI 22 @ 7:30   SUN 24 @ 3:30  

Lady Parts;  Playground Theatre Project; Writer: Becky Ellis and the Women of Playground Theatre Project; Director: Megan Sambataro Donovan; "Like you're totally cool before you saw my tits but now you forgot I have a personality too?" 8 teenage girls tell you no-holds-barred what it’s really like to be a woman in the 21st century. 50m, Freehold, NJ  FringeHIGH, Drama
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
MON 11 @ 7   FRI 15 @ 2   SAT 16 @ 12:15   SUN 17 @ 8:30*   FRI 22 @ 6:15  

Leah in Vegas;  Drift In Act Out; Writer: Kara Ayn Napolitano; Director: Kristin Skye Hoffmann; Recently released from jail, Leah tries using her high school friend Brenda to illegally reconnect with her daughter Kristi. Instead, Brenda takes them to Las Vegas, where temptation abounds, and the reality of Leah's crime cannot be denied. 2h 5m, Manhattan, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #11: 64E4 MAINSTAGE
TUE 12 @ 2:30   THU 14 @ 9:45   SAT 16 @ 2:15   SUN 17 @ 9:45   SAT 23 @ 4:30  

Life Without Parole;  Working Artists Theatre Project in association with Karah Gravatt; Writer: Warren Doody; Director: Jessica Dermody; Inspired by true stories from real-life case studies of incarcerated domestic violence survivors, Life Without Parole takes you "behind the barbed wire," exposing how these convicted women bond together, explore their pasts, and survive when orange becomes their new black and blue. 1h 25m, Manhattan, NY  Drama,
VENUE #4: Teatro LATEA at the Clemente
SUN 10 @ 6:30   SAT 16 @ 7   SUN 17 @ 12:30   THU 21 @ 2:30   SAT 23 @ NOON  

The Link to The Missing Link;  Shore Brothers; Writer: Gary Shore, Michelle Birmingham, Ali Burke, Leanne Smith, Music by Michael DeQuattro; Director: Gary Shore; Choreographer: Gary Shore, Michelle Birmingham, Ali Burke, Leanne Smith; This movement-theatre piece captures audience members with its comic twist and live music. Utilizing dance, mime,dialogue, three cell phones, three bean bags,and a small TV monitor, it explores the dramatic and humorous effects of media on society. 50m, Bristol, RI  Dance, Comedy
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
SAT 16 @ 4   SUN 17 @ 8:45   WED 20 @ 2   THU 21 @ 8   SAT 23 @ 9:45  

The List (The Greatest, Most Absurd 100 American Movies Mash-Up Parody Ever Stitched Together);  143 Productions; Writer: Bryan T. Donovan; Director: Regan Adair; Over 40 iconic film characters + 4 actors= A twister of a comedy so crazy you'll be wishing Nurse Ratched WAS your primary physician. 1h 30m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy,
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
SAT 16 @ 6   SUN 17 @ NOON   TUE 19 @ 8:45   THU 21 @ 7:30   SUN 24 @ 2:30  

Little Mother;  Lust & Liberty; Writer: Katie Green; Director: Paul Markert; Little Mother is a living silent film for the stage—a dark fairytale featuring subtitled live acting, shadow puppetry, and an original score. A young mother risks confusing fantasy with reality, as she sacrifices everything to support her family. 1h, Queens, NY  Drama, Performance Art
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
SUN 10 @ 7:15   SAT 16 @ 10:15   WED 20 @ 5:45   THU 21 @ 9:45   SUN 24 @ NOON  

Lizzie Borden Took an Axe;  The Covey Theatre Company; Writer: Garrett Heater; Director: Garrett Heater; Award-winning psychological thriller examines every searing detail of the notorious unsolved double axe murder of a Victorian woman's father and step-mother. Striving to be the most historically accurate representation of the Borden case, period details punctuate this engrossing mystery. 2h, Syracuse, NY  Drama,
VENUE #4: Teatro LATEA at the Clemente
WED 20 @ 6   THU 21 @ 8:45   FRI 22 @ 2   SAT 23 @ 9:15   SUN 24 @ 2:15  

The Lost Ones;  Excavation Theater Company; Writer: Reiko Goodwin & Evan Greenberg; Orig. Concept: Josh Atkinson, Devised by Excavation Theater Co.; Director: Evan Greenberg; A retreat between long lost friends is derailed when the chilling secret history that binds them resurfaces. As the fabric of reality unravels around them, each must make a life or death decision in the face of an impending storm. 1h 40m, Manhattan, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #2: Flamboyan Theatre at the Clemente
SAT 9 @ 2:45   WED 13 @ 4:45   THU 14 @ 9:45   SAT 16 @ 9   WED 20 @ 5  

Love At Home;  Matoula Productions; Writer: Mary Matoula Webb; Director: Mary Matoula Webb; A lesbian & A Mormon: 2 Sisters, A family divided. From their early teens to their adulthood, after Proposition 8 was passed, two sisters grapple to find a loving space between faith and family. 1h 30m, Manhattan, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater
SUN 10 @ 4:45   WED 13 @ 5   FRI 15 @ 7   THU 21 @ 2   FRI 22 @ 7:15  

LOVENESS: I will only love you once.;  SirmuMsila Media Inc. ; Writer: Craig muMs Grant; Director: Jill DeArmon ; Carlyle meets Isabelle. They go on some dates. There’re questions. What do you really want? What is Love? Who knows, the therapist? The bartender? We find out what it is not, the hard way. 1h 24m, The Bronx, NY  Spoken Word/Poetry, Drama
VENUE #17: The Players Theatre
SUN 10 @ NOON   SUN 17 @ 7:45   WED 20 @ 7:15   FRI 22 @ 4:45   SAT 23 @ 7  

Magic Kingdom;  Black Door Theatre Company; Writer: Cory Conley; Director: Craig Baldwin; From the writer and director of the 2011 Fringe Excellence Award comes 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. 2h 15m, Brooklyn, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater
FRI 8 @ 9   MON 11 @ 4   SAT 16 @ 2:15   WED 20 @ 8:45   SAT 23 @ 2:15  

Magical Negro Speaks;  Ellis Productions; Writer: Jamil Ellis; Inspired by the birth of my child, I looked at images of black people that I grew up watching. Giving voice to the Magical Negro -one of Hollywood’s favorite tropes- I examine what images in entertainment mean for future generations. 1h, Brooklyn, NY  Solo Show, Comedy
VENUE #15: The White Box at 440 Studios
TUE 12 @ 7:45   FRI 15 @ 7:45   SAT 16 @ 5:45   SUN 17 @ 1:45  WED 20 @ 9:15   SUN 24 @ 5:15  

MANish BOY;  Funny Big Brother, Inc.; Writer: Ralph Harris; Director: Oz Scott; An unexpected journey ensues when Ralph Harris returns to his childhood home to take a DNA test revealing fears of becoming a father while reigniting good and bad memories only to discover where we're from makes us who we are. 1h 25m, Los Angeles, CA  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #17: The Players Theatre
SAT 9 @ 7   FRI 15 @ 4:45   WED 20 @ 9:30   SAT 23 @ 4:30   SUN 24 @ 4:45  

Marvellous;  Writer: Matt Minnicino; Director: Elizabeth Nearing; An orphan in a medieval abbey who loves telling stories, stows away on a ship in the sky and finds himself in the dream he's been waiting for. An illuminated adventure for all ages. With puppets. And pirates. 1h 30m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Puppetry
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
FRI 8 @ 7   SAT 9 @ 6:15   TUE 12 @ 9   THU 14 @ 3:45   FRI 15 @ 4  

mislabeledilEMMA: No, I Don't Have Downs Syndrome;  Quirky Girl Productions; Writer: Emma McWilliams; Director: Anne Moore; A quirky girl's search for identity amidst the confusion of being told she was "disabled." She faces the issues of discrimination, gender equality, race, religion, and "fitting in" as she tries to understand the Syndrome she was born with spontaneously. 1h, Los Angeles, CA  Solo Show, Comedy
VENUE #3: Abrazo Interno at the Clemente
FRI 8 @ 7   MON 11 @ 3:45   FRI 15 @ 4:15   SAT 16 @ 5:15   WED 20 @ 7:30   SAT 23 @ 12:15  

MMF;  Goldfish Memory Productions; Writer: David L. Kimple; When Dean, Jane and Michael's polyamorous relationship comes to an end, the trio is forced to deal with the consequences of love in a nontraditional relationship. 1h 30m, Manhattan, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
SUN 10 @ 6:45   TUE 12 @ 3:45   SUN 17 @ 4   FRI 22 @ 8   SAT 23 @ 3:30  

The Monkey's Paw;  Clifton Players/Clifton Performance Theatre; Writer: Kevin Crowley; Director: Kevin Crowley ; Monkey's Paw shares undertones with a 1902 ghost story. Mike, a new father, is terrified and jealous of his son. Encouraged by wife, Mike and son go camping to bond. Only one returns. A dark comedy exposing parenting on a different level. 1h, Cincinnati , OH  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #11: 64E4 MAINSTAGE
TUE 12 @ 5   WED 13 @ 7   FRI 15 @ 8:45   SAT 16 @ 4:45   SUN 17 @ 2  

THE MORMON BIRD PLAY;  Writer: Roger Benington; Director: Roger Benington; A Mormon fantasia!* Six men play little girls who become birds that manifest themselves as Mormon temple workers and pioneer women. A darkly-twisted comedy where a mute girl's silence acts as a Rorschach test for an entire community. *(Burlesque Included!) 2h, Queens, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #16: Robert Moss Theater at 440 Studios
FRI 8 @ 5   SUN 10 @ 7   SUN 17 @ NOON   TUE 19 @ 8:30   THU 21 @ 4  

Moses, The Author;  Who Knew? Productions; Writer: Andrew R. Heinze; Director: Amy Wright; Meet Moses. He has family problems (gay son, rocky marriage), God problems (existential), and career problems (writer’s block, a hellish deadline). To make a better Bible he must become a better man. A love story, with scrolls. Don't miss it. 1h 40m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #17: The Players Theatre
SUN 10 @ 2:15   WED 13 @ 9:45   WED 20 @ 2   THU 21 @ 9   SAT 23 @ 9:15  

The Most Fun Funeral;  Stories & Makebelieve; Writer: Anne Brashier; Death hosts a fun-filled, high-stakes game show that will change how you feel about love, loss, and zombies. 1h, Los Angeles, CA  Comedy, Solo Show
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
SAT 9 @ 7   TUE 12 @ 2   FRI 15 @ 3:45   TUE 19 @ 7   FRI 22 @ 4:30  

MOTHER;  Writer: Melinda Buckley; Director: Christine Renee Miller; A larger-than-life Hungarian "Mama Rose" slips into dementia as her Broadway baby slips into de'middle age. They’re both losing themselves and each other. Who’s it harder for? The one who can't remember? Or the one who can't forget? 1h 15m, NYC, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
SAT 16 @ 12:30   SUN 17 @ 4:30   TUE 19 @ 7:45   FRI 22 @ 2   SAT 23 @ 9:15  

Mother's Day;  Writer: Colin Drucker; Director: Reginald L. Douglas; Acid-tongued New York drag queen Helen Back incites a nuclear family meltdown when she comes home to New Jersey for Mother's Day. The debut of a pitch black comedy/drama that explores the rules of engagement for a family at war. 2h, Queens, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #17: The Players Theatre
TUE 12 @ 9:15   WED 13 @ 2   WED 20 @ 4:30   FRI 22 @ 9   SUN 24 @ 2  

Murder Margaret and Me;  Janet Prince in association with Gilded Balloon Edinburgh; Writer: Philip Meeks; Director: Stella Duffy; Margaret Rutherford became a global legend playing Miss Marple. Originally she didn't want the part, and Agatha Christie didn't want Marple played by "the funniest woman alive." This British sell-out sensation sees Christie playing detective, unearthing Rutherford's terrible secrets. 1h 10m, London , ENGLAND  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #3: Abrazo Interno at the Clemente
SAT 9 @ 1:30   SUN 10 @ 4:30   FRI 15 @ 8:15   MON 18 @ 5:30  WED 20 @ 9:15   THU 21 @ 4   FRI 22 @ 7:15  

The Mushroom Cure;  TCL Productions; Writer: Adam Strauss; Director: Jonathan Libman; Inspired by a scientific study showing that hallucinogenic mushrooms can potentially cure obsessive-compulsive disorder, Adam Strauss embarked on a program of vigilante psychopharmacology. "Storytelling of the highest order; utterly, absolutely absorbing.... Hugely intelligent." -The Scotsman. "A revelation" -BroadwayBaby. "Outstanding" -EdFest Magazine 1h 45m, Brooklyn, NY  Solo Show, Comedy
VENUE #18: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
FRI 8 @ 7:30   SUN 10 @ 2:15   THU 14 @ 9   SUN 17 @ 6   TUE 19 @ 2   FRI 22 @ 2  

My Monster Friend;  ExtraTeatro; Writer: Book and Lyrics by Arianna De Giorgi, Jason Goodman, Music by Jason Goodman; Director: Arianna De Giorgi; Lonely Doctor Science-stein creates a friend in his lab with a brain he ordered online. Buongiorno! Oh no! It's an Italian brain! Don't worry doctor, this monster makes pasta and knows how to rock. A musical for all ages. 1h 5m, Rome, ITALY  FringeJR, Musical/Opera, Comedy
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
FRI 8 @ 5   TUE 12 @ 2   SAT 16 @ NOON   WED 20 @ 3:45   SAT 23 @ 1:45  

My Personal Hell;  Caraway Falls Production Company, Inc.; Writer: Jonathan O'Neill; Director: Jonathan O'Neill; To escape a fate worse than his own death, Tucker Tomkins must solve his own murder. Does he have the detective skills to rise to heaven or just a snowball's chance in Hell? 1h 40m, The Bronx, NY  FringeHIGH, Comedy
VENUE #13: Sheen Center - THE LORETTO
SUN 10 @ 7:45   SUN 17 @ 3:30*   THU 21 @ 2   SAT 23 @ 9:30   SUN 24 @ 4:45  

Natural Causes;  Darknight Productions in Association with Runaway Theatre Company; Writer: Kevin Clancy; Director: George Domenick; After a hospital is isolated by Hurricane Katrina, a doctor is charged with murdering three patients. Experience the complex exploration of the moral dilemma that challenged the medical staff, and the district attorney in his search for justice. 1h 20m, Bronx, NY  Drama, FringeHIGH
VENUE #14: Sheen Center - THE BLACK BOX
SUN 10 @ 7:45   SAT 16 @ 8:45   WED 20 @ 4:45   SAT 23 @ 2*   SUN 24 @ 4:30  

Nisei;  Covenant Ballet Theatre of Brooklyn; Writer: Marla Hirokawa, Music by Keith Hall, Craig Brann, Taki Rentaro, Harold Payne, Jake Shimabukuro; Director: n/a; Choreographer: Marla A. Hirokawa; It’s WWII and a Nisei, 2nd generation Japanese American soldier has to overcome bigotry displayed against him and his family by the very country he is fighting to protect. This legacy unfolds in a ballet of love, strength and honor. 1h 10m, Brooklyn, NY  Dance, FringeHIGH
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
SAT 9 @ 3:30*   TUE 12 @ 7   WED 13 @ 5:45   FRI 15 @ 6:15   SAT 16 @ 2  

NO HOMO;  Be Flat Productions; Writer: Brandon Baruch; Director: Jessica Hanna; Luke and Ash have been inseparable for six years. Their friends and family are convinced they're secretly a couple, even though neither man is gay. At least, they're pretty sure they're not. There's only one way to find out... 1h 30m, Los Angeles, CA  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #17: The Players Theatre
SAT 9 @ 12:30   TUE 12 @ 7   THU 14 @ 4:30   SAT 16 @ 9   SUN 17 @ 3:45  

No One Asked Me;  Kate M. Ballen Inc.; Writer: Kate Ballen; Director: Matthew Newton; Illegal. No papers. They are not supposed to be here, yet for thousands of undocumented children, the U.S. is the only home they know. They face an uncertain future, fearing deportation. Based upon stories of "illegal" NYC students. 1h 40m, Manhattan, NY  Drama, FringeHIGH
VENUE #2: Flamboyan Theatre at the Clemente
FRI 8 @ 8   SUN 10 @ NOON   THU 14 @ 2*   SUN 17 @ 8:30  TUE 19 @ 8   FRI 22 @ 4  

No Provenance;  Vilde Chaya; Writer: Caroline Prugh, Story by Kate Holland; Director: Kate Holland; A lost work of art. A family mystery. The provisions of a will entice three estranged sisters to their great-grandmother’s Paris apartment, untouched since 1945. Guided by Clotho, one of the proverbial Fates, what will they find inside? 1h 25m, Brooklyn, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
SUN 10 @ NOON   TUE 12 @ 6   THU 14 @ 7   THU 21 @ 2:30   SAT 23 @ 5:45  

No Static At All;  Tilted Field; Writer: Alex Knox, developed with Becca Wolff; Director: Becca Wolff; After losing his best friend, Alex is guided by the gospel of Steely Dan on a journey that takes us from the beaches of Kauai to a town in Israel that hides an earthshaking relic. Winner: Best Solo Performance, 2013 Hollywood Fringe. 1h, Los Angeles, CA  Solo Show,
VENUE #18: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
SAT 9 @ 8:30   TUE 12 @ 5:15   FRI 15 @ 2:30   SUN 17 @ NOON   WED 20 @ 9:15   SUN 24 @ 4:15  

No Visible Scars;  Promise Productions; Writer: Deon Denton; Director: Deon Denton; Myranda is a troubled young woman battling demons from her past. She struggles with "daddy issues", carries a large black box, measures her life by dying things and has already set the date for her next suicide attempt. 1h 10m, Toronto, CANADA  Drama
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater
SAT 9 @ 7   MON 11 @ 2   FRI 15 @ 3   SUN 17 @ 2:15   THU 21 @ 9:30  

Olympus Records;  Olympus Records Company; Writer: Book by Alex Prather, Music and Lyrics by Morgan Clarke; Director: Nikki Rothenberg; Choreographer: Stephanie Simpson; What if five Heroes of Greek Tragedy were in the biggest band of the 90's...and that band broke up? We explore our fascination with Celebrity Culture through all new 90's songs, the plays of Sophocles, and the immortal Carson Daly! 2h 30m, Brooklyn, NY  Musical/Opera, Comedy
VENUE #7: Theatre 80
WED 13 @ 8:15   FRI 15 @ 2   SUN 17 @ 1   WED 20 @ 5:15   THU 21 @ 8  

ONE WOMAN GONE WRONG;  LeliLu Productions, Inc. & The Karl Bury Studio; Writer: Leslie Caveny; Director: Karl Bury; Is she lost in the part or losing her freaking mind?! Plagued by thespian opportunists and vindictive techies, the unstrung star of this train-wreck-waiting-to-happen proves doing live theatre, no matter how badly, can't kill you. Or can it...?! 1h 15m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy,
VENUE #17: The Players Theatre
SUN 10 @ 8:45   SAT 16 @ 3:15   TUE 19 @ 5   FRI 22 @ 7   SUN 24 @ NOON  

Over;  KRM Productions; Writer: Dave Chapman; Director: Bryan Enk; Nicole and Jack are over. Before he walks out, her little sister arrives, confused and (probably?) drunk. No one is ready for the shocking truth as each learns the consequences of sacrificing too much to please someone they love. 2h 20m, Queens, NY  Drama,
VENUE #14: Sheen Center - THE BLACK BOX
FRI 8 @ 9:30   SUN 10 @ 2:15   THU 14 @ 4:30   SUN 17 @ 7   THU 21 @ 5:45  

Over Here;  Mortal Folly Theatre with Jaki Silver; Writer: Meron Langsner; Director: Katherine Harte-DeCoux; Hired to work together amidst the rubble where the Towers stood, a Palestinian-American and Israeli immigrant bond over their shared outsider status, despite their differences.  When a deadly incident occurs back home, can their growing friendship survive? 1h, Brooklyn, NY  Drama, Multi-Media
VENUE #11: 64E4 MAINSTAGE
WED 13 @ 8:45   FRI 15 @ 5:15   TUE 19 @ 2   THU 21 @ 8:45   SUN 24 @ 2:15  

The Pawnbroker: Lies, Lovers, and Bertolt Brecht;  Writer: Katelin Wilcox; Director: Jennifer Curfman; What price would you pay for love? Your dignity, your sanity, your place in history? Discover the lies behind Brecht's legend - and what five women lost to create it. If you think you know the truth, you don't know Brecht. 1h 20m, Manhattan, NY  Solo Show, Drama
VENUE #12: 64E4 UNDERGROUND
SAT 9 @ 12:30   SUN 10 @ 7:45   WED 13 @ 5   SAT 16 @ 8:45   THU 21 @ 2  

Peristalsis (look it up!);  Writer: Jerry Finkelstein; Director: Cecilia Rubino; Pain, it sucks! (Been there?) Pain is a terrorist but it has never been funnier. From Monet to jelly donuts, this dark comic jazz riff was written by the nerve of a ruptured disc in a battle for survival on a sleepless night. 1h 10m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #15: The White Box at 440 Studios
SAT 9 @ 5:30   WED 13 @ 7:30   SAT 16 @ 3:45   TUE 19 @ 5   THU 21 @ 9:15   SAT 23 @ 7  

The Photo Album;  The Story Gym; Writer: C.S. Hanson, Holly Hepp-Galvan, Daniel Ho, Jack Karp, and Lisa Reinke; Director: Lisa Reinke; Hundreds of faded photos were discovered in a crumbling Brooklyn Victorian. Whose were they? What memories did they capture? Scan photos using your smartphone/tablet to reveal clues that send you scavenger-hunting to piece together stories. Download the Layar app now. 1h 30m, Brooklyn, NY  Multi-Media,
VENUE #3: Abrazo Interno at the Clemente
FRI 8 @ 8:45   MON 11 @ 5:30   FRI 15 @ 2   SUN 17 @ 4   MON 18 @ 9:30   SAT 23 @ 4:45  

Pickles & Hargraves and the Curse of the Tanzanian Glimmerfish;  Femme Fatale Theater; Writer: Georgia Clark & Ryan Williams; Director: Robert Ribar; Legendary mouse detective Thomas Hargraves, attends the annual Fish Fanciers Convention when a murderer strikes – or is it the work of an ancient pescetarian curse? Can our hero solve the mystery before the killer, or the curse, strikes again? 1h 10m, Brooklyn, NY  Comedy, Improv/Sketch/Stand-up
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater SAT 9 @ NOON; WED 13 @ 7:15; FRI 15 @ 1; SAT 16 @ 5:15; SUN 17 @ 9:15;
SAT 9 @ NOON   WED 13 @ 7:15   FRI 15 @ 1   SAT 16 @ 5:15   SUN 17 @ 9:15  

The Picture (of Dorian Gray);  The Gravity Partners; Writer: Neal Utterback, adapted from the works of Oscar Wilde; Director: Neal Utterback; A beautiful boy falls in love with his own image and wishes away his soul to stay forever young. Pennsylvania-based ensemble presents a physical remix of Oscar Wilde’s notorious works examining how far we go to achieve our darkest desires. 1h 10m, Huntingdon, PA  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #18: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
TUE 12 @ 3:15   THU 14 @ 7   SAT 16 @ 6:30   WED 20 @ 4:45   SAT 23 @ 1:30   SUN 24 @ 6  

The Poisons;  rhhproduction LLC; Writer: Richard Helfer; Director: Richard Helfer; PASSION . . . LUXURY . . . POWER . . . MURDER . . . SATANISM . . . GOVERNMENT COVERUP Is Louis XIV's mistress - a beautiful, brilliant and ambitious woman - tied to Satanist witches? A TRUE STORY 2h, Manhattan, NY  Drama,
VENUE #2: Flamboyan Theatre at the Clemente
SAT 9 @ NOON   MON 11 @ 7:45   FRI 15 @ 4:15   MON 18 @ 5:15   SAT 23 @ 9:30  

The Practice Child;  Writer: Tyler Stuart; Director: Tyler Stuart; An eccentric manchild tries desperately to escape the shadow of his perfect younger brother in this offbeat comedy about love, poetry, fratricide, malignant brain tumors, senile neurosurgeons, astronaut sperm donors, and one seriously messed up family. 1h 15m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #14: Sheen Center - THE BLACK BOX
SAT 9 @ 9:30   MON 11 @ 4:45   SAT 16 @ NOON   MON 18 @ 7   THU 21 @ 3:45  

The Princess Pyunggang;  Bibimbab Theatre; Writer: Sookyung Hwang; Director: Jong Yeoup Lee; Choreographer: Grace (Yu Sun) Kang; The story of Princess Pyunggang is a Korean ancient tale that tells the unforgettable love between a foolish and the princess of Goguryo. This story combines Korean traditional drumming instruments songs and dances to deliver a breathtaking performance. 1h 30m, Seoul , KOREA  Musical/Opera, Performance Art
VENUE #13: Sheen Center - THE LORETTO
FRI 8 @ 2:30   MON 11 @ 2   THU 14 @ 9:45   SUN 17 @ 6:30  

Quiet Peninsula;  Writer: Brandon Ferraro; Director: Samantha Tella ; 9pm. Detroit. A crisp Monday night. Three dark stories of guilt and justice unexpectedly intertwine in this timely, twisted, and suspenseful drama. A female cop, a devastated son, and a basketball star fight to prove the truth... not their innocence. 1h 30m, Manhattan , NY  Drama,
VENUE #11: 64E4 MAINSTAGE
WED 13 @ 4:30  SAT 16 @ 9:15   MON 18 @ 8:45   THU 21 @ 2:30   FRI 22 @ 4:30  

Riffs on Race, Love, and War: The Musical;  Chenyaka Productions; Writer: Karen D. Taylor; Director: Keith Johnston; A one-woman show that’s part family history—touching upon a Caribbean/African American heritage—and part compassionate, soulful social commentary. The piece sits on a foundation of Spirituals, Jazz, Rock, and R & B performed by ten musicians live on stage. 1h 30m, Harlem, NY  Musical/Opera, Spoken Word/Poetry
VENUE #2: Flamboyan Theatre at the Clemente
SAT 9 @ 5:15   WED 13 @ 9:30   SAT 16 @ 2:15   MON 18 @ 3   FRI 22 @ 9:15  

The Road To Odessa;  Good Little Theatre; Writer: Cameron Mckenzie; One day Cameron failed at earning the love of a woman so he decided to order one....from the Ukraine. A comedy about mail-order brides, loneliness and a camera that films in 360 degrees. International performance by Australian Cameron McKenzie. 55m, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA  Solo Show, Comedy
VENUE #15: The White Box at 440 Studios
SAT 9 @ 9:15   WED 13 @ 5:45   SAT 16 @ 2   TUE 19 @ 3   THU 21 @ 7:30   FRI 22 @ 2  

Ryan is Lost;  Awake/Unafraid Theatre; Writer: Nathan Wellman; Director: Michael Nankin; Frank and Avis have lost their nephew Ryan in a busy mall. Maybe if they wait on that bench, he'll show up. Everything will be okay. Everything’s fine. Life has meaning and purpose. Wait, why are they sitting there again? 1h 10m, Los Angeles, CA  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #11: 64E4 MAINSTAGE
THU 14 @ 7:45   SUN 17 @ NOON   WED 20 @ 8:30   FRI 22 @ 2:30   SUN 24 @ 4  

SAMIRA;  The Open Theatre; Writer: Anat Barzilay; Director: Elinor Agam; Both startling and deeply moving, Samira received 4 stars from The Scotsman at the Edinburgh Festival. This rare and suspenseful, 60-minute, multi-media drama from Israel delivers a fascinating insight into the mind of a female terrorist. 1h, Tel Aviv, ISRAEL  Multi-Media, Drama
VENUE #12: 64E4 UNDERGROUND
TUE 12 @ 6  THU 14 @ 7  FRI 15 @ 6:15   WED 20 @ 2   SUN 24 @ NOON  

The Secret - The Spanish Inquisition In Old St. Augustine;  Lee Weaver's Special OPS (One Person Shows); Writer: Lee Weaver; Director: Lee and Nanette Weaver; Drama: A Finder (Investigative Attorney) who furnishes names of Jews to The Monarchy and The Church, crosses with Pedro Menendez in 1565, discovers Maranos! - posing as Christians to escape persecution. Pirate and Indian attacks, love, hate, life, death, bigotry, betrayal, survival! 2h, St. Augustine, FL  Drama, Solo Show
VENUE #3: Abrazo Interno at the Clemente
WED 13 @ 9:45   SAT 16 @ 2:15   SUN 17 @ 6:15   FRI 22 @ 9:15   SAT 23 @ 2   SUN 24 @ NOON  

Seven Seductions of Taylor Swift;  Writer: Caitlin Bower, Nadia Vazquez, Joanna Horowitz, Lily Blau, Joanna Bateman, Kit Steinkellner, Kari Lee, and Thaddeus Shafer ; Director: Amin El Gamal; Seven female playwrights wildly speculate on Taylor Swift’s love life through the mouths of her exes. One actor plays all seven guys in this hilarious satire of fame, innocence, love, and douchebags. 1h 5m, Los Angeles, CA  Comedy, Solo Show
VENUE #17: The Players Theatre
FRI 8 @ 5   FRI 15 @ 7   TUE 19 @ 7   THU 21 @ 2:30   SAT 23 @ 12:30  

Sex, Lies & Earl Grey;  Deborah Berenson; Writer: Deborah Berenson; Director: Marc Eardley, Musical Direction by Jimmy Horan; How do you take your tea? Georgina likes it hot with good manners, bad behavior and a pianist. Her crash course in etiquette reveals more than she, or you might expect. Cabaret, crumpets and 100% organic British T(ea) & A. 1h 10m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Solo Show
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
FRI 8 @ 7:15   SUN 10 @ NOON   TUE 12 @ 9:15   WED 13 @ 5:45   THU 14 @ 3  

Shower Me;  Writer: Sheyenne Javonne Brown; Director: Daphne Sicre; Choreographer: Shanjala Frazier & Sheyenne Javonne Brown; You’re cordially invited to Sheyenne’s baby shower! She’ll be receiving some remarkable gifts; gifts that reveal the many faces of motherhood from her guests perspective. Some gifts are prettier than others, but all are necessary. SSSSSHHHH. It’s a surprise! 1h, Bronx , NY  Solo Show, Drama
VENUE #15: The White Box at 440 Studios
SAT 9 @ 1:30   TUE 12 @ 9:30   THU 14 @ 5:30   SAT 16 @ 7:30   TUE 19 @ 8:45   THU 21 @ 5:45  

SICK CITY BLUES;  BACKYARD PRODUCTIONS; Writer: Jake Shore; Director: Jake Shore; FringeNYC ‘13 gave Jake Shore’s DOWN THE MOUNTAIN AND ACROSS THE STREAM an Excellence in Playwriting Award. SICK CITY BLUES is about organized crime and the crooks who try to stop it. 1h 20m, Brooklyn, NY  Drama,
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater
SAT 9 @ 9   MON 11 @ 7   THU 14 @ 4:45   SAT 16 @ NOON   FRI 22 @ 1:15  

Sitting Shiva;  RJ2 LLC; Writer: Joshua Metzger; Director: Christopher Scott; Old scars are reopened and new wounds inflicted as three brothers reunite to mourn and pay their respects to the family's dead father. Can the family survive sitting shiva? 1h 45m, Los Angeles, CA  Drama,
VENUE #1: Teatro SEA at the Clemente
FRI 8 @ 9   SUN 10 @ 12:30   TUE 12 @ 9:15   WED 13 @ 4:15   THU 14 @ 4:30  

Skin In The Game;  Foreverlore; Writer: Anthony Joseph Giunta; Director: Anthony Joseph Giunta; Three underprivileged high school seniors compete for a full-ride university scholarship during an overseas event match - only to discover that the competition may result in at least one member of the group never returning home. 1h 40m, Philadelphia, PA  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #14: Sheen Center - THE BLACK BOX
MON 11 @ 9:30   WED 13 @ 4:45   THU 14 @ 1:30*   FRI 15 @ 7   SUN 17 @ NOON  

Skyline;  Writer: Maureen FitzGerald, Book & Lyrics by Maureen FitzGerald, Music by Maureen FitzGerald and Taylor Williams; In 1962, as the jet age takes flight and urban renewal alters the face of Manhattan, beautiful, historic Pennsylvania Station is slated for demolition. Architect Paul Silver struggles to save both the doomed landmark, and his own soul. 2h, Brooklyn, NY  Musical/Opera, Drama
VENUE #13: Sheen Center - THE LORETTO
SUN 10 @ 5   SAT 16 @ 9   THU 21 @ 9:30   SAT 23 @ 4:45   SUN 24 @ 2  

Slam Up;  Slam Up; Writer: Cali Bulmash, Emily Lowinger; Director: Cali Bulmash, Emily Lowinger; It's TMI time with Cali & Emily! Prepare for a musical ride through the many shades of love -- requited, unrequited, gay, straight, queer, or, well, just "creative." WARNING: Contains wonderfully, hilariously, poignantly adult material. 1h, Teaneck, NJ  Spoken Word/Poetry, Improv/Sketch/Stand-up
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
SAT 9 @ 5:30   FRI 15 @ 4:15   SUN 17 @ 8:15   THU 21 @ 4:15   FRI 22 @ 9:30  

SMASHED: The Carrie Nation Story;  Opera on Tap; Writer: James Barry, composer/ Timothy Braun, librettist; Director: Jenny Lee Mitchell; To drink or not to drink? That IS the question. Giving a new spin to the strong leading lady, SMASHED is a beer-soaked, absurdly comic opera loosely based on the hatchet-wielding temperance leader Carrie Nation. Raise your frothy brew high! 1h 10m, Brooklyn, NY  Musical/Opera, Comedy
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
SAT 9 @ 1:45   SUN 10 @ 6:30   TUE 12 @ 3   WED 13 @ 7:45   FRI 15 @ 9:30  

Smile;  Kuperman Brothers; Writer: Clayton Raithel; Director: Rick & Jeff Kuperman; Clayton's the man. He graduates from Princeton. He moves to NYC to become a famous artiste. He finds the love of his life. But shit happens. Now he can't stop puking and crying everywhere. He's clinically depressed. It's hilarious! 1h, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Solo Show
VENUE #18: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
WED 13 @ 3   FRI 15 @ 8:30   SUN 17 @ 8:45   THU 21 @ 5:15   SAT 23 @ 3:30   SUN 24 @ NOON  

Soga Shohaku;  LiveUpCapsules; Writer: Yuko Murata; Director: Yuko Murata; We come from Japan, and play wearing traditional kimono. "Soga Shohaku" is Japanese painter of the 18th century. He was hated, because he always cursed. But he had a reason to live in a clumsy way like that. 1h 15m, Tokyo, JAPAN  Drama, Spoken Word/Poetry
VENUE #3: Abrazo Interno at the Clemente
FRI 8 @ 5   SAT 9 @ 7:30   SUN 10 @ 2:30   MON 11 @ 7:45   WED 13 @ 4:15   THU 14 @ 2  

Some Are More Human-A Sci-Fi Double Feature on stage;  Roebling and Driggs Production Co.; Writer: Matt Bayer; Director: Matt Bayer; In this multimedia play, the morals of artificial intelligence and human replication will be challanged. You will enter a world where androids are prevalent and a martian war has wreaked havoc. Videos and original music will supplement the stage action. 1h 40m, Brooklyn, NY  Drama, Multi-Media
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
SAT 9 @ 2   MON 11 @ 8:45   FRI 15 @ 8   MON 18 @ 4:15   FRI 22 @ 2  

STONE COLD FOX: The Best from 75 Years of SCF;  Stone Cold Fox; Writer: Aaron Burdette, Evan Greenspoon, Brandon Gulya, Matt Hunziker, Silvija Ozols and Eli Terry; Director: Brandon Gulya and Molly Lloyd; Stone Cold Fox play the hits as the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre's senior sketch team. Take a stroll down Memory Lane, cross Laughs Boulevard and get turned around near the Good Times Highway on-ramp. What kind of map is this? 1h 10m, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Improv/Sketch/Stand-up
VENUE #4: Teatro LATEA at the Clemente
SAT 9 @ 8:45   MON 11 @ 2   THU 14 @ 9:45   SAT 16 @ 2:15   SUN 17 @ 4:45  

The Sun Experiment;  Helikon Rep; Writer: Catherine Yu; Director: Elena Heyman; This reimagining of TWELFTH NIGHT entangles three illicit love triangles. The pursuit of Eros leads philosopher Wittgenstein to test the physics of longing and to spin a theorem for the heart. Layer in gender-bending for a startling, provocative exploration of desire. 1h 45m, Manhattan, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #16: Robert Moss Theater at 440 Studios
WED 13 @ 8:30   FRI 15 @ 4:15   SAT 16 @ 6:15   SUN 17 @ 2:45   FRI 22 @ 8:45  

Switch Back;  Maryclare McCauley; Writer: Maryclare McCauley; Director: David Ford; A feisty 20 year old woman from Baltimore thinks she can adapt to living on an isolated mountain top with a charismatic cowboy. A real life fairy tale becomes a fight for her life when dark secrets are revealed. 1h 20m, Berkeley, CA  Solo Show, Drama
VENUE #12: 64E4 UNDERGROUND
TUE 12 @ 3:45   FRI 15 @ 2   SUN 17 @ 7   WED 20 @ 9   FRI 22 @ 9:15  

The System;  African Tree Production ; Writer: Kgasana Thekwana; Director: Alex Motswiri; Hot after their 5 star Edinburgh fringe debut. The System, a thought-provoking physical play about three young men who make a daring escape from a Soweto Prison. Their journey will keep the audience on the edge of their seats. 1h, Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #4: Teatro LATEA at the Clemente
FRI 8 @ 7   SUN 10 @ 4:15   MON 11 @ 5:45   TUE 12 @ 7   THU 14 @ 2  

TALES FROM GERIASSIC PARK - On the Verge of Extinction;  Writer: Verna Gillis; Director: Eva Tenuto; Verna Gillis knows seventy is the new 70! Her niche is aging - and so is she, TALES FROM GERIASSIC PARK - On the Verge of Extinction - work in progress. A One Older-Woman reading. Putting on and taking off her retrospectacles. 30m, Kerhonkson, NY  Comedy, Solo Show
VENUE #12: 64E4 UNDERGROUND
SUN 10 @ NOON   WED 13 @ 3:45   FRI 15 @ 8   SUN 17 @ 4   WED 20 @ 6  

tangleplay;  boom! theater company; Writer: Steven Ackley; Director: Steven Ackley; Glenda Strong enters a place called The Maze where she is commissioned to lose her identity with the help of the people she meets including the audience. Prequel to "boxplay", awarded Excellence in Overall Production at FringeNYC 2012. 1h 20m, Brooklyn, NY  Drama, Performance Art
VENUE #3: Abrazo Interno at the Clemente
WED 13 @ 2   FRI 15 @ 10:15   SUN 17 @ 1:45   MON 18 @ 7:30   THU 21 @ 9:30   SUN 24 @ 2:45  

The Teddy Teddy Show Live in NYC;  Overgrown Orangutan Production ; Writer: Pete Zias; Legendary 90's club kid Teddy Teddy connects with a more vibrant time on the NYC club circuit, the days of Twilo and Roxy. He gives his humorous take on the current NYC club culture while recalling stories from his hey day. 50m, Los Angeles, CA  Comedy, Improv/Sketch/Stand-up
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
SAT 9 @ 8:45   MON 11 @ 5:15   THU 14 @ 9:15   SAT 16 @ 4:15   SUN 17 @ 2:15  

Teddy's Doll House;  Pansini Productions; Writer: Kathleen Kaan; Director: Leonard Peters; 1985, Alphabet City explodes with change while Teddy's family-owned beauty salon barely holds on. Forced to face the failure of youthful dreams, surprising events awaken him to a new future. Realizing "everything old is new again" Teddy triumphs over defeat. 2h, Manhattan, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #16: Robert Moss Theater at 440 Studios
SAT 9 @ 2:45   WED 13 @ 5:45   THU 14 @ 8:30   FRI 22 @ 2   SAT 23 @ 5:30  

Tejas Luminous;  Malini Srinivasan and Dancers; Choreographer: Malini Srinivasan; Her eyelid flickers, time stands still. Her ankle bells ring and time soars at lighting speed. With each movement of these Bharatanatyam dancers, journey through afternoon's liveliness, dusk's harmony, evening's rituals, night's passion, and morning's purity and renewal. 1h 20m, Queens, NY  Dance, FringeHIGH
VENUE #16: Robert Moss Theater at 440 Studios
SAT 9 @ 8:45   TUE 19 @ 2   FRI 22 @ 4:45   SAT 23 @ 8:15   SUN 24 @ 4:15*  

THE TEXT OF SEX;  Lucky Pelican in Association with Taylor Lane Ross; Writer: Michele Aldin Kushner; Director: Bruce "Master B" Baek; Two NYC Prep School teens grab the attention of the hottest boy in school by sexting him a boob shot. What starts as innocent fun snowballs into Page 6 headlines. Who is responsible when sexuality, technology and the legal system collide? 1h 40m, Manalapan , NJ  Drama, FringeHIGH, Comedy
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater
THU 14 @ 2:15   SAT 16 @ 7:15   MON 18 @ 3:45*   THU 21 @ 7   SAT 23 @ 5:15  

Things I Left On Long Island;  Roadie Soadie Productions; Writer: Sara Cooper; Director: Noah Himmelstein; When 28-year-old Marny finds a lump in her breast, she moves in with her mother. Pretending she isn’t flunking adulthood, she must either succumb to the whims of a family in crisis, or take back her life—and her play. 1h 45m, Long Island, NY  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #18: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
SAT 9 @ 6  TUE 12 @ 9  THU 14 @ 4:30  SUN 17 @ 1:45  THU 21 @ 9  SUN 24 @ 1:45  

This is Where We Live;  Paperbark Theatre Company; Writer: Vivienne Walshe; Director: Alec Fellows-Bennett; US premiere, winner of the 2012 Griffin Award. Two teenagers collide like a modern day Orpheus and Eurydice in a dead-end Australian town. A dark, moving comedy infused with the rhythm of beat poetry. 1h, Sydney, AUSTRALIA  Drama, FringeHIGH, Spoken Word/Poetry
VENUE #14: Sheen Center - THE BLACK BOX
THU 14 @ 7:45   SAT 16 @ 7   MON 18 @ 4:15*   THU 21 @ 2   SAT 23 @ 7  

A Thousand Deaths;  Core Creative Productions; Writer: Anthony P. Pennino; Director: Anthony P. Pennino; Adapted from the science-fiction short story by Jack London. On a remote island in the Pacific a scientist discovers a cure for death itself. Now he must test his discovery on one subject over and over and over again. 1h, Manhattan, NY  Drama, FringeHIGH
VENUE #11: 64E4 MAINSTAGE
WED 13 @ 2:45   FRI 15 @ 7   SUN 17 @ 8   MON 18 @ 7   SAT 23 @ 2*  

The Three Faces of Dr. Crippen;  The Strange Tree Group; Writer: Emily Schwartz; Director: Jimmy McDermott; The calamitously comedic tale of Dr. H. H. Crippen, England's most notoriously inept cellar murderer. This factual turn of the century tragicomedy explores three versions of the life and death of the worlds most famous homicidal homeopath. 1h 30m, Chicago, IL  Comedy, Drama
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater
SUN 17 @ NOON   MON 18 @ 9   THU 21 @ 4:15   SAT 23 @ 9:30   SUN 24 @ 4:30  

TO DO:;  Writer: Michelle Marie Trester; A young girl has done everything on her to do list except one thing...find love. She is ready to tie the knot but forgot to bring the groom. Watch as she begins her hilarious quest for true love. 50m, Brooklyn, NY  Comedy, Clown/Mask
VENUE #3: Abrazo Interno at the Clemente
SUN 10 @ 12:45   THU 14 @ 4   SAT 16 @ 7   MON 18 @ 2   THU 21 @ 6   SAT 23 @ 9  

A Touch of Forever;  The Uncivilization Project; Writer: Josiah DeAndrea; Director: Michael Tartaglia; A bipolar pornography writer hallucinates one of his characters, a prostitute is given a lucrative proposal, and a struggling actor also struggles with his relationships. Vulgar, funny, and heartbreaking, this character driven ensemble explores angles of sex, happiness, and love. 1h 40m, New York, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #1: Teatro SEA at the Clemente
SUN 10 @ 8   FRI 15 @ 2:30   SUN 17 @ 2:15   WED 20 @ 4:30   SAT 23 @ 9  

The Tragedy At HOOD:14542 (Hoodsical);  DGP Productions ; Writer: Deaon Griffin-Pressley; Director: Tiffany Nichole Greene ; Vengeance and greed blind the citizens of HOOD:14542, during a harsh awakening of a gentrification epidemic. The locals of this neighborhood speak in iambic pentameter while the people following government procedures speak in prose. 2h 10m, Manhattan , NY  Drama, Spoken Word/Poetry
VENUE #2: Flamboyan Theatre at the Clemente
FRI 8 @ 5   SUN 10 @ 9:15   FRI 15 @ 9   THU 21 @ 2   SAT 23 @ NOON  

The Truing;  Writer: Joe Norton; Director: Douglas Hall; Six AIDS Riders spin their wheels through some rough terrain until a chicken, a port-a-potty and some revelations restore their courage to get back on the road to finish the day. A 90-minute journey inspired by true events. 1h 30m, Manhattan, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #2: Flamboyan Theatre at the Clemente
SUN 10 @ 7   MON 11 @ 5:30   THU 14 @ 7:30   THU 21 @ 9:15   SAT 23 @ 5  

The Tunnel Play;  The Dirty Blondes; Writer: Ashley J. Jacobson; Director: Courtney Laine Self; As a Superstorm approaches, the stories of two tunnel dwellers collide with Colin, a disgruntled everyman at the end of his rope. This new urban myth explores what it means to make dollars, have things, and live a valuable life. 1h 30m, Brooklyn, NY  Drama, Multi-Media
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
SAT 9 @ 4:45   TUE 12 @ 8:15   SAT 16 @ 8:15   TUE 19 @ 4:45   THU 21 @ 9:45  

Twelfth Night;  Essential Theatre Group; Writer: Text by William Shakespeare, Adapted by Tony Lance, Music by Conly Basham; Director: Tony Lance; Classic comedy of shipwrecked siblings and the hilarity that ensues reimagined as a folk musical. Featuring on-stage instrumentation and ten original songs inspired by Shakespeare's text, this production breathes life into a familiar journey through mistaken identities and gender-confused courtships. 1h 45m, Manhattan, NY  FringeHIGH, Musical/Opera, Comedy
VENUE #13: Sheen Center - THE LORETTO
SAT 9 @ NOON   THU 14 @ 3:45   SUN 17 @ 8:45   THU 21 @ 7   FRI 22 @ 2*  

The Ultimate Stimulus;  Felipe Ossa; Writer: Felipe Ossa, Performed by Tanya O'Debra; Director: Sara Wolkowitz; Amanda McCloud is a renegade economist with a plan to fix income inequality. Her solution? A modern form of concubinage. Amanda’s TED-inspired talk shows what can happen when the rich get close – real close – to the rest of us. 1h, Brooklyn , NY  Multi-Media, Comedy
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
SAT 9 @ 7:15   WED 13 @ 2   TUE 19 @ 9:45   THU 21 @ 6   SAT 23 @ 3  

URBAN MOMFARE;  Emerging Artists Theatre Company; Writer: Book by Pamela Weiler Grayson and Alice Jankell, Music and Lyrics by Pamela Weiler Grayson; Director: Alice Jankell; Why don't we ever hear songs about moms not actually liking their kids? This romp through motherhood on Manhattan's Upper East Side spans 17 years: "Music For Gifted and Talented Babies" to bra straps and Bellinis. Sling on your stilettos! 1h 35m, Manhattan, NY  Musical/Opera, Comedy
VENUE #7: Theatre 80
SAT 9 @ 7   THU 14 @ 2   SUN 17 @ 7:45   FRI 22@ 5:15   SUN 24 @ 3:30  

Vagabond$;  ExtraTeatro; Writer: Book and Lyrics by Arianna De Giorgi, Jason Goodman, Music by Jason Goodman; Director: Arianna De Giorgi; Ciao! Hello! They might not fully understand what the other is talking about... but boy do they know how to put on a show! An American and Italian vagabond form a crazy musical duo. Mamma mia! Fun for all ages. 1h, Rome, ITALY  FringeJR, Musical/Opera, Comedy
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
SAT 9 @ NOON   WED 13 @ 2   TUE 19 @ 4   FRI 22 @ 5:30   SUN 24 @ 1:45  

The Van Meder Trust;  The All Stories Theater Company; Writer: Beth Danesco; Director: Beth Danesco; Two women- one African American, one white South African - are determined to help their thirteen year old niece rise above the problems coming at her from both sides of her family. 2h, Foxboro, MA  FringeHIGH, Drama
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater
FRI 8 @ 3:30   SUN 10 @ NOON   WED 13 @ 9:15   THU 14 @ 7   FRI 15 @ 9:15*  

Vestments of The Gods;  Lin-Manuel Miranda and 5000 Broadway Productions; Writer: Book and Lyrics by Owen Panettieri, Music by David Carl; Director: Joey Brenneman; When Annie and Hayden wear costumes in violation of school rules to the Thebes Street Elementary Halloween Celebration, a small power struggle between students and faculty erupts into a full-out battle for control... with tragic consequences. And songs. 1h 40m, Manhattan, NY  Musical/Opera, Drama
VENUE #7: Theatre 80
SAT 9 @ 4:15   THU 14 @ 4:30   SUN 17 @ 10:15   FRI 22 @ 7:45   SUN 24 @ 1  

Waiting for Orson;  Instinct Theatre ; Writer: Ian Leahy; Director: Rebekah Heldt; An idealist and his psychiatrist ex-girlfriend explore the cusp of enlightenment or insanity as he waits in New York's Penn Station for an alien. 1h, Marquette, MI  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #6: Connelly Theater
MON 18 @ 2   WED 20 @ 7   FRI 22 @ 5:30   SAT 23 @ 7:45   SUN 24 @ 2:45  

Warm Enough for Swimming;  Obvious Volcano; Writer: Maggie Cino; Director: Fred Backus; Mom drowned years ago. Grandma died yesterday. Eddie fled his wedding. And Bridget can't make coffee. Can estranged siblings clean the living room when the bride arrives with a post-recession pyramid scheme and a Russian Mafioso stalks their childhood home? 1h 40m, Brooklyn, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #14: Sheen Center - THE BLACK BOX
SAT 9 @ 2:30   WED 13 @ 7:15   FRI 15 @ 9:30   WED 20 @ 2   FRI 22 @ 4:30  

The Warrior and The Princess;  Blue Moose; Writer: Shirley Van Sanden; Director: Monica Main; World War 2: A chance meeting between a child refugee and a Japanese diplomat leads to a lifeline for thousands. Innovative theatre blending performance, shadow play, puppetry and live piano. From Australia, a story of hope inspired by true events. 1h 10m, Perth, AUSTRALIA  Drama, FringeHIGH, Puppetry
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
THU 14 @ 6   SUN 17 @ 4:30*   WED 20 @ 9:15   FRI 22 @ 7:15   SAT 23 @ 3:45  

Well Adjusted;  Writer: Phil Horst; Director: Marty Moore; "Beth, it's Kate. Mark invited Ben's ex-girlfriend to a fictional party at our house tonight. We have no food, drinks or guests. Also, Ben is mid panic attack because he's wearing sweatpants. Sooo... help? Get wine?" 1h 40m, Charlottesville, VA  Comedy,
VENUE #14: Sheen Center - THE BLACK BOX
SAT 9 @ NOON   MON 11 @ 7   FRI 15 @ 4:15   SUN 17 @ 4:15   FRI 22 @ 9:15  

We're Very Proud and We Love You So Much;  His Majesty, the Baby; Writer: Created by the Ensemble; The funniest bad dream you’ve ever had. A couple gets stuck in a never-ending palindromic argument. A comedian invents a machine to replace comedians. Pepsi Garbage dies. Sketches, live music, and worse. Can comedy make you cry? From sadness, yes. 1h 5m, Brooklyn, NY  Improv/Sketch/Stand-up, Comedy
VENUE #4: Teatro LATEA at the Clemente
FRI 8 @ 5   SUN 10 @ 8:45   SUN 17 @ 2:45   TUE 19 @ 2   FRI 22 @ 7:30  

Whiskey Jack;  St. Fortune; Writer: Danny Carroll; Director: Conrad Kluck, Music Directors: Jack Frederick, Natalie Mack; On the eve of the 1929 Stock Market crash, the men of the Great Manhattan Logging Co. find themselves financially stranded in the Canadian wilderness just as a supernatural sickness descends upon the camp. Expect music, lumberjacks, and bloody good fun. 1h 45m, Queens, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #2: Flamboyan Theatre at the Clemente
SAT 9 @ 9:15   MON 11 @ 3   SAT 16 @ 4:30   MON 18 @ 8   SUN 24 @ 2:15  

Wing to the Rooky Wood;  Renaissance Now Theatre & Film; Writer: Based on Text by William Shakespeare and Anton Chekhov, adaptation translated by Jane Guyer and Kathy Curtiss; Director: Kathy Curtiss and Royston Coppenger; Choreographer: Ensemble; Inspired by physical theatre, Psychological Gesture and Butoh technique, classical scenes surrender spoken text to the emergence of subtext expressed through dynamic physical gesture: Chekhov's "The Seagull," Wuthering Heights and Shakespeare's "MacBeth." Enriched by photographic imagery and choral movement. 1h, Brooklyn, NY  Drama, Dance
VENUE #16: Robert Moss Theater at 440 Studios
FRI 8 @ 7:45   TUE 12 @ 5   SAT 16 @ 2:15   THU 21 @ 6:45   SAT 23 @ 2  

With a Shrug;  Prior Projections; Writer: 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. 1h 30m, Utica, NY  Drama, Comedy
VENUE #14: Sheen Center - THE BLACK BOX
MON 18 @ 2   WED 20 @ 7   FRI 22 @ 7   SAT 23 @ 4:45   SUN 24 @ 2:15  

Xavier Toby - Mining My Own Business;  Showdown Productions; Writer: Xavier Toby; Director: Glenda Linscott; What’s life really like on a mining site in Australia? Where everything’s huge, highly explosive or high-visibility, expletives are punctuation, and $50 is loose change. It’s Australia’s Wild West. ★★★★ SG-Fringe, Edinburgh ★★★★★ Yelp.com 1h, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA  Comedy, Improv/Sketch/Stand-up
VENUE #12: 64E4 UNDERGROUND
SAT 9 @ 7:30   TUE 12 @ 2   THU 14 @ 5:15   TUE 19 @ 8   SAT 23 @ 3:30  

Your Radio Adventure!;  Radio Adventure Players; Writer: Jonah Eisenstock; Director: Jonah Eisenstock; Radio play meets choose your own adventure novel with live foley and music. Join the Radio Adventure Players for a hilarious double feature of hardboiled mystery followed by spine tingling horror where YOU decide what happens next. 1h 25m, Pittsburgh, PA  Comedy, Musical/Opera
VENUE #2: Flamboyan Theatre at the Clemente
WED 13 @ 7:15   SAT 16 @ NOON   SUN 17 @ 2   THU 21 @ 5   SAT 23 @ 7:15