140 LBS: HOW BEAUTY KILLED MY MOTHER;  Nasus Media; Writer: Susan Lieu, Performed by Susan Lieu; Director: Sara Porkalob; Susan's mother dies from plastic surgery malpractice when Susan was 11 years old. Nineteen years later, Susan reaches out to the killer's family -- uncovering the painful truth of her mother, herself, and the impossible ideal of Vietnamese feminine beauty.    National   Solo Show, Drama
FringeMN - Kraine
THU 17 @ 8:30  FRI 18 @ 6:30  SAT 19 @ 8:30  SUN 20 @ 2:00  



All About Image/We are The Elite;  Second Wing; Writer: Marcina Zaccaria ; Director: Tony Tambasco; Photographers, Videographers, Assistants, and their Subjects are under scrutiny. Capturing images, they affirm their aesthetics. What they see is under critique. What they present is a complete outpouring of their entire vision.    National   Multi-Media, Drama
FringeMN - Kraine
THU 3 @ 7:00  FRI 4 @ 7:00  SAT 5 @ 5:15  SUN 6 @ 5:30  



Almost Gorgeous;  Destiny Dunkle in Association with FRIGID; Writer: Destiny Dunkle, Music by Dan Ricker and Destiny Dunkle ; Director: Destiny Dunkle ; Music. Comedy. Clitter. A whimsical tale of a hopeless, yet hopeful, side piece weathering New York and her almost relationship. Ukulele in hand, Dunkle contends with her feelings about Santa Claus, John Stamos, Florida men, and above all night cheese!    Local   Comedy, Musical/Opera
FringeMN - Kraine
THU 24 @ 8:30  



American Refugee;  Writer: Sid Singh; The world is filled with hate. Good! There’s nothing wrong with hate. The problem is you’re bad at it. Let comedian, human rights lawyer and the guy who helped beat Donald Trump in court in January, Sid Singh, teach you how!    National   Improv/Sketch/Stand-up, Comedy
FringeMN - Kraine
THU 10 @ 8:30  FRI 11 @ 8:30  FRI 18 @ 8:30  SUN 20 @ 7:00  



ANIMAL HUSBANDRY;  Lone Star Theatre Co; Writer: David Davila; Director: Sidney Erik Wright; Like two doomed stars circling a black hole, Michael and Harry can't seem to stay away from each other even as they burn toward oblivion. Psychosexual desires are torn apart in this explosive Daddy/Son romance. ***WARNING: violence and nudity***    Local   Drama,
FringeMN - UNDER St. Marks
THU 10 @ 8:00  SAT 12 @ 8:15  WED 16 @ 9:00  THU 24 @ 10:00  MON 28 @ 8:30  



Benny And Griff: Best Friends Forever;  Benny and Griff; Writer: Griffin Hennelly and Michael Benjamin Bunin; Director: Miranda Luango; Benny and Griff are musicians and comedians but most importantly they're best friends. Known for their high energy live shows and mind bending surrealism, Benny and Griff will leave a smile on your face and a song in your heart.     Local   Comedy, Musical/Opera
FringeMN - Chain Studio
SAT 19 @ 8:00  FRI 25 @ 8:00  SAT 26 @ 8:00  



Blood & Water;  Writer: Rachel Brill; Director: Page Clements; Blood & Water is Romeo and Juliet meets the Israeli Palestinian conflict, in modern NYC.  It is the true story of a Jewish woman who fell in love with a Palestinian man. Forced to confront their beliefs, families, and society.    International   Solo Show, Drama
FringeMN - UNDER St. Marks
FRI 4 @ 8:30  SAT 5 @ 8:30  SUN 13 @ 7:00  TUE 15 @ 7:00  



Bootstraps;  Writer: Kathryn Funkhouser; Director: Chris Morrissey; The reality show Bootstraps was cancelled weeks ago, and nobody told the cast. So why are they still on set? Just because there's no game doesn't mean there can't be a winner. A dark comedy about power and perception.    Local   Comedy, Drama
FringeMN - Chain Mainstage
TUE 22 @ 8:30  WED 23 @ 8:30  SAT 26 @ 2:00  SUN 27 @ 5:00  MON 28 @ 6:00  



Both Sides of a Famous Love Affair:The Jackie Mason Musical;  Triton Talent; Writer: Book, Music and Lyrics by Ginger Reiter; Director: Ginger Reiter; Choreographer: Laura Clary; Comedian Jackie Mason abandons pregnant girlfriend of ten years just as he finds Broadway success. Two decades later his lovechild comic Sheba Mason plays her mother in this hilarious musical with cast of seven, based on her parents' offbeat romance.   90m  National   Musical/Opera, Comedy
FringeMN - Chain Mainstage
WED 23 @ 3:30  THU 24 @ 2:00  FRI 25 @ 3:00  SAT 26 @ 5:00  SUN 27 @ 1:00  



CARNIVAL OF SOULS: neon animation + live action;  En Avant Productions; Writer: Written by Jack Feldstein. Script edited by Pussy Willow and Annemarie Hagenaars.; Director: Jack Feldstein; Pussy Willow takes us on a hilarious adventure to the CARNIVAL OF SOULS. A modern take on a brilliant cult film that's been neon animated by Jack Feldstein.     Local   Comedy, Multi-Media
FringeMN - Chain Mainstage
MON 28 @ 8:30  TUE 29 @ 8:30  WED 30 @ 8:30  FRI NOV 1 @ 6:30  SAT NOV 2 @ 8:00  SUN NOV 3 @ 2:00  



Chalk;  Writer: Alex Curtis; Director: Caitlin Ryan O’Connell; Choreographer: Mike Kirsch; "If everything you drew became real, where would your imagination take you?" A playful and poignant homage to classic silent-film era comedians, Chalk invites audiences into a hand-drawn world where imagination is made real and anything can happen.    Local   Comedy, Solo Show
FringeMN - Kraine
SAT 5 @ 2:00  SUN 6 @ NOON  SAT 12 @ 2  SUN 13 @ NOON  SUN 20 @ NOON  FRI 25 @ 7  SAT 26 @ 2  SUN 27 @ NOON  SAT NOV 2 @ 2:00  



A Conversation Before 2016;  Randy Cordero; Writer: Randy Cordero; Director: Gregg Pica; Set in early 2015, a libertarian conspiracy theorist and a centrist who works at the World Trade Organization, who just happen to be dating one another, argue politics amidst trying to resolve a grievance caused by an almost endearingly disastrous relationship mistake on the part of the boyfriend.     Local   Comedy, Drama
FringeMN - Metropolitan Playhouse
WED 9 @ 7:30  THU 10 @ 7:30  FRI 11 @ 7:30  



David's Play;  ExpressLane Productions; Writer: Tom Rowan; Director: Greg Pragel; A group of close college friends reunites in New York to celebrate a milestone. Can a recently discovered manuscript get their lives back on track? A serious comedy about love, loss, musical theatre, and the power of friendship.     Local   Drama, Comedy
FringeMN - Chain Mainstage
SUN 27 @ 8:00  TUE 29 @ 6:00  THU 31 @ 8:30  SAT NOV 2 @ 2:00  SUN NOV 3 @ 4:00  



The Desert Rose;  Writer: Celeste Lanuza, Cynthia Morales and Federico Lanuza - Lyrics by Federico Lanuza and Celeste Lanuza; Director: Celeste Lanuza and Eddie Gutierrez; Choreographer: Celeste Lanuza; The Desert Rose musical developmental world premiere, reveals the dangerous journey when assimilation compromises one’s identity. Challenging realities of multi-dimensional Latinx culture, are overcome through rediscovery of family, love and heritage. Featuring original live music, dynamic choreography and English-Spanish narrative.    Local   Musical/Opera, Drama
FringeMN - Kraine
SUN 27 @ 7:00  



Fifty Shades of Melania;  Writer: Liana Mesaikou; Director: Chelsea Sutton; A deep-dive comedic take on the various faces of the FLOTUS who doesn’t really care – or does she? – and the complicated spectrum of stereotypes women constantly fight, exploit, or reverse. The one-woman show that will define the next presidential election!  60m  National   Comedy, Solo Show
FringeMN - Chain Studio
THU 10 @ 6:30  FRI 11 @ 6:30  SAT 12 @ 5:00  



Finding Fellini;  Writer: Megan Metrikin; Director: Guy De Lancey; A woman’s journey to find Federico Fellini and the creativity, freedom and vibrancy he represented in order to escape the brutal reality of apartheid South Africa. The play takes us to Rome on a glorious adventure through Fellini’s cinematic landscape.    Local   Multi-Media, Solo Show
FringeMN - Kraine
THU 17 @ 7:00  THU 24 @ 7:00  



FringeCLUB - Anything Helps;  Strivers Row Productions; Writer: Mark Lanham; Director: Chris Clavelli; A decision to reject passivity leads one man to buy a pump-top thermos and serve free coffee to homeless people on Manhattan’s Union Square. A surprising paradox ensues: the rich experience from eye-level contact with the poor.    Local   Solo Show, Spoken Word/Poetry
FringeCLUB - Nuyorican
SAT 12 @ 1:00  SAT 12 @ 3:00  



FringeCLUB - Back Against The Wall;  Writer: Wessel van Schaik; Can you think your way out of a depression? An exploration of our relationship to our thoughts. From being fearful of them, to giving them a voice. Where could this take us?       Improv/Sketch/Stand-up, Solo Show
FringeCLUB - Nuyorican
SAT 12 @ 4:00  SUN 13 @ 2:00  



FringeCLUB - Callejera;  Jose Richard Aviles; Writer: Jose Richard Aviles; Choreographer: Jose Richard Aviles; Callejera is a multimedia art piece that explores the testimony and spatial analysis of the Queer Ethical Subject. This piece looks at the author's life and experience as a queer bus rider in the city of Los Angeles.       Dance / Physical Theatre, Multi-Media
FringeCLUB - Nuyorican
SAT 26 @ 5:00  SUN 27 @ 2:00  



FringeCLUB - Comedy Night;  FringeCLUB; Writer: Variety; Director: Variety; Choreographer: Variety; Join us at the FringeCLUB @ Nuyorican Poet's Cafe for a night of partying, comedy, stand-up, and FRINGE FUN! Acts will include hilarious stand-up comedians, Drag Queens, Cabaret Singers, Clowns, and even Magic.    Local   Comedy, Improv/Sketch/Stand-up
FringeCLUB - Nuyorican
THU 17 @ 9:00  



FringeCLUB - CT Gets the Sniffles;  Emma Taylor Miller; Writer: Emma Taylor Miller & Cast; CT has come down with the sniffles! And she needs a doctor to make her better. She’s under the weather, but will things turn out right as rain? Join CT on her visit to the doctor’s office.     Local   Clown/Mask, Comedy
FringeCLUB - Nuyorican
THU 24 @ 4:30  FRI 25 @ 4:30  



FringeCLUB - I Saw Jesus In Toa Baja;       
FringeCLUB - Nuyorican
THU 24 @ 4:30  FRI 25 @ 4:30  



FringeCLUB - In 50 Years;  KYCdance; Choreographer: Kayla Yee; What really caused climate change? Fossil fuels and greedy politicians, of course. But what really caused climate change? Join us in exploring our strengths and follies of humanity, the trivial nature of society, and overcoming trauma in times of crisis.    Local   Dance / Physical Theatre, Spoken Word/Poetry
FringeCLUB - Nuyorican
THU 24 @ 4:30  FRI 25 @ 4:30  



FringeCLUB - Late Nite;  FringeCLUB; Writer: Variety; Director: Variety; Choreographer: Variety; Come join us for a night of Drag, Burlesque, Cabaret, and FRINGE FUN!! Drinks will be served, music will be played, laughs will be had, and incredible indie performers will STRUT THEIR STUFF! October 22nd, 9:00pm - LATE!    Local   Vaudeville/Sideshow/Magic/Burlesque, Multi-Media
FringeCLUB - Nuyorican
TUE 22 @ 9:00  



FringeCLUB - Lifers;  Kat Scott in Association with Bellwether Project; Writer: Kat Scott; Director: Bellwether Project; Lifers: An Autobiographical multi-media piece of a sober queer person's intersection with abuse processed through their experience with the real-life events of three women in wrongfully convicted life sentences. A staged reading workshop with Bellwether Project, Kat Scott's first play.     Local   Drama, Multi-Media
FringeCLUB - Nuyorican
MON 14 @ 6:30  TUE 15 @ 6:30  WED 16 @ 6:30  



FringeCLUB - Marshall;  Epic Theatre; Writer: Kevin Broccoli; Director: Kevin Broccoli; A human and an android face off in an audition to see whether technology can create art, or if it's still a job strictly for humans.    National   Comedy, Drama
FringeCLUB - Nuyorican
TUE 22 @ 6:30  WED 23 @ 6:30  



FringeCLUB - MEDEA/BRITNEY;  presented by James Clements, Sophia Frank and Pablo Caldéron-Santiago; Writer: Original Text by James Clements, with text from "Medea" by Euripides, translated by Robin Robertson, "MEDEAPLAY" by Heiner Muller and Vanessa Grigoria; Director: James Clements, Performed by Sophia Frank, Production Design by Pablo Caldéron-Santiago; A multi-media piece, MEDEA/BRITNEY juxtaposes the story of Medea with the tragedy and public consumption of Britney Spears. The performance explores the idea of proper femininity, the performative properties of public female bodies and the mythology of motherhood.    Local   Drama, Multi-Media
FringeCLUB - Nuyorican
MON 14 @ 7:45  TUE 15 @ 7:45  WED 16 @ 7:45  



FringeCLUB - Nancy & the band;  Nancy McArthur in Collaboration with Omar Alsayyed and Ariana Taveras; A generous blend of folk, rock, and melancholy. Sure to lull you into a dreamscape, open up your floodgates, and make your heart drool. We'll tell a joke for comic relief, then give you room to wallow in your grief.     Local   Musical/Opera, Drama
FringeCLUB - Nuyorican
SAT 26 @ 2:00  SUN 27 @ NOON  



FringeCLUB - Playing Opossum;  Bellhop Productions; Writer: Ephraim Birney and Ryan Quigley; On the eve of their first live performance, an amateur rock band falls down a pit of ridiculous debate and intense self-discovery as they wait for their sound board to start up.    Local   Comedy, Drama
FringeCLUB - Nuyorican
MON 28 @ 6:30  TUE 29 @ 6:30  WED 30 @ 6:30  



FringeCLUB - Sincerity;  Go, Potato! Productions; Writer: Lila Elias; Director: Gineiris Garcia; Maggie and Jude wait patiently on the beach. Kate’s boat will dock any minute now. First developed and staged at Theatre Workshop of Nantucket as part of the Nantucket Emerging Theatre Artists Lab.    Local   Comedy, Drama
FringeCLUB - Nuyorican
THU 24 @ 4:30  FRI 25 @ 4:30  



FringeCLUB - Soiree D'Angtse;  Writer: Julia Saunders; Director: Brianna Cala; A dissected and exploded aspect of the creator's mind, Madame Angste intends to celebrate her birthday in a delirious quest for psychological pain. A "connoisseur of angste," get ready for a twisted orgy of emotional masturbation and psychic devastation.    Local   Comedy, Performance Art
FringeCLUB - Nuyorican
SAT 12 @ 2:00  SUN 13 @ NOON  



FringeCLUB - Storm King: A Fall Musical!;  Writer: Shelby Slauer & Darian Lusk; Director: Shelby Slauer & Darian Lusk; Four recent NYU grads take the “perfect fall trip” upstate, which turns out to be anything but, in this comedy musical! Strap in for infectious songs, a hilarious cast and a stop at Dia Beacon (seriously, what IS that museum!?).    Local   Comedy, Musical/Opera
FringeCLUB - Nuyorican
MON 28 @ 7:45  TUE 29 @ 7:45  WED 30 @ 7:45  



FringeCLUB - Story and Music Night;  Sophia Frank; Writer: Sophia Frank, Nathaniel Berry, Celine Aenlle-Rocha, Sarah Tierny, Molly Walker, Shalvi Shah; Director: Sophia Frank; A selection of readings and musical performances from local writers and musicians.     Local   Spoken Word/Poetry, Performance Art
FringeCLUB - Nuyorican
FRI 11 @ 4:00  



FringeCLUB - The Universe Will Not Save Me;  What Will the Neighbors Say? | Sophia Frank | Jose Rivera Jr.; Writer: Jack Scaletta; Director: Tom Robertshaw; There is an astronaut, far away in both space and time, stranded on a dying planet. Drawing from poetry, pop music, and Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity, this is one body’s attempt to digest the cosmos.    Local   Solo Show, Performance Art
FringeCLUB - Nuyorican
MON 21 @ 7:45  TUE 22 @ 7:45  WED 23 @ 7:45  



FringeCLUB - Tortle and Friends;  Tongue Honey; Writer: Lucy Livingston, Michael Galligan; Director: Bailey Nassetta; First, prepare yourselves for an influential talk on empathy from acclaimed speaker Tortle. After that, his number one fan proudly presents a raffle! Two back-to-back solo clown shows dealing with what it means to be alone.     Local   Solo Show, Clown/Mask
FringeCLUB - Nuyorican
SAT 26 @ 3:00  SUN 27 @ 1:00  



FringeCLUB - Untitled Shape Show in Concert;  What Will the Neighbors Say?; Writer: Book by Sam Hood Adrain Music & Lyrics by Will Davis; Untitled Shape Show is a new musical for young audiences that celebrates self-expression, promotes individuality, and posits that it is our differences that make us beautiful. The show uses the metaphor of shapes to create a positive, affirmative theatrical experience.    Local   Musical/Opera, FringeJR
FringeCLUB - Nuyorican
SUN 20 @ 1:00  



The Gangsterlogues!;  Zeroboy; Writer: Zeroboy; Director: Zeroboy; Vocal acrobat Zero Boy kills it as Mob Assassin Johnny Z of Moidah Inc. The interactive HIT where you’re the boss. Take a historical slay ride from the 20’s to the 40’s with the funniest hitman from the past.       Comedy, Solo Show
FringeMN - UNDER St. Marks
THU 10 @ 10:30  FRI 11 @ 10:30  THU 17 @ 10:30  FRI 18 @ 10:30  



HI MOM! Monologues from the Characters of Climate Change;  Naked Light; Writer: Reed Arnold, Lucero Ruiz De Chavez, Laura Delhauer, Micah Delhauer, Jamie Roach & Jason C Stuart; Director: Laura Delhauer & Jonathan Zautner; HI MOM! amplifies the voices and stories of the characters affected by climate change. Sometimes comical, sometimes heartbreaking, their stories present an insight into this global threat and seek to connect, inspire and motivate.        Drama, Comedy
FringeMN - Kraine
SAT 5 @ 8:00  SAT 12 @ 8:00  



I'm Just Kidneying;  One Kidney Wonder Productions; Writer: Amanda Nicastro; Director: Geoff Grimwood, Development Director: Frankie Johnson; Amanda donated her kidney for her sister—but saved TWO lives! What? From carrying her urine on the NYC subway to dodging needle-happy nurses to passing resounding farts, this award winning comedy questions what truly makes someone a hero.    Local   Solo Show, Comedy
FringeMN - UNDER St. Marks
FRI 11 @ 7:00  



Jules Verne's From The Earth To The Moon;  Prime Number Productions; Writer: Sean David DeMers; Director: Ariel Francoeur; Following the Civil War, The Baltimore Gun Club turns their considerable artillery know how to sending a projectile to the moon. From The Earth To The Moon explores this largely forgotten historic event in a steampunk, revisionist, spectacularly epic fantasy.    Local   Comedy, Multi-Media
FringeMN - Chain Mainstage
WED 30 @ 6:30  THU 31 @ 6:30  FRI NOV 1 @ 8:30  SAT NOV 2 @ 5:00  



K THEATER;  K - Theater Company; Writer: Saehwan ( Ian ) Lim; Director: Saehwan ( Ian ) Lim; " K-Pop, K-Drama, K-Theater...the dark side of Korean society "    Local   Drama, Comedy
FringeMN - Metropolitan Playhouse
FRI 25 @ 7:30  SAT 26 @ 4:00  SUN 27 @ 4:00  



Keith Collins;  Writer: Keith Collins; Keith Collins is a Brooklyn based Comedian, being born in Delaware and spending over a decade in the NY finance industry, he brings an interesting take on life, his childhood, and the world as a whole!     Local   Comedy, Improv/Sketch/Stand-up
FringeMN - Kraine
WED 9 @ 8:30  FRI 25 @ 8:30  



MISTRESSES;  The Infinity Theatre Group; Writer: Liz Linkewitz; Director: Liz Linkewitz; A female cast shares the untold stories of real and alleged Presidential mistresses in this exploration of what it means to be "The Other" woman. From Monica Lewinsky to Kay Summersby, this play features women whose personal narratives rewrite history.    Local   Drama, Comedy
FringeMN - Metropolitan Playhouse
SAT 26 @ 9:30  



A Night with the Dead;  Something from Abroad; Writer: Martha Preve; Choreographer: Paloma de Vega Centenera; A Night with the dead is a story about the origins of the Mexican Holiday Day of the Dead. It's entirely in English with Mexican folk songs (in Spanish) and dances inspired in Mexican traditional folklore.        Spoken Word/Poetry, Musical/Opera
FringeMN - Kraine
THU 31 @ 7:00  FRI NOV 1 @ 7:00  SAT NOV 2 @ 7:00  



No Hablo Español: MixTape of a MexiCan’t;  Happily Bohemian; Writer: Mateo Moreno; Director: David Rey; Understand the culture of me, not the culture of what you expect me to be. My story is the story of one Mexican, in a sea of Americans, and they all speak better Spanish than me. Welcome to my Mixtape.    Local   Solo Show, Drama
FringeMN - Chain Studio
TUE 29 @ 8:30  WED 30 @ 8:30  FRI NOV 1 @ 8:30  SAT NOV 2 @ 5:00  SUN NOV 3 @ 2:00  



Nothing Human;  Cross-Eyed Bear Productions; Writer: Duncan Pflaster; Director: Aliza Shane; In 2011, a computer programmer named Alberto is developing an AI to deal with his survivors' guilt and paranoia from escaping 9/11; meanwhile his brother Alex, who thinks Alberto’s dead, is developing a screenplay about the human capacity for evil.    Local   Drama, Multi-Media
FringeMN - Chain Mainstage
TUE 15 @ 7:00  WED 16 @ 7:00  THU 17 @ 7:00  FRI 18 @ 7:00  SAT 19 @ 7:00  THU 24 @ 7:00  SAT 26 @ 7:00  



PIE LESSONS;  Days of the Giants LLC; Writer: Carrie Robbins; Director: Jonathan Cerullo; A TEACHER FROM THE "OLD COUNTRY" BELIEVES EDUCATION IS CRUCIAL TO RAISING A CHILD WELL. HE APPLIES HIS PEDAGOGIES TO HIS DAUGHTER, CHOOSING AFTERDINNER AS BEST LESSON TIME. BUT SOMETIMES DESSERT GETS IN THE WAY. HOMEMADE PIE AND KLEZMER SERVED.    Local   Comedy, Drama
FringeMN - Metropolitan Playhouse
FRI 25 @ 9:30  SAT 26 @ 1:00  SUN 27 @ 6:00  WED 30 @ 7:30  THU 31 @ 7:30  FRI NOV 1 @ 7:30  SAT NOV 2 @ 1:00  SUN NOV 3 @ 1:00  



The Pumpkin Pie Show: THE REMAKING;  Writer: Clay McLeod Chapman; Director: Clay McLeod Chapman; The Little Witch Girl of Pilot’s Creek: Accused of witchcraft in 1931, Ella Louise and daughter Jessica were burned at the stake. Jessica was buried in a steel-coffin wrapped in a fence of interconnected crosses… but she’s not dead yet.    Local   Solo Show, Performance Art
FringeMN - UNDER St. Marks
THU 17 @ 7:00  THU 17 @ 8:30  FRI 18 @ 7:00  FRI 18 @ 8:30  SAT 19 @ 7:00  SAT 19 @ 8:30  



REALLY REALLY REALLY REALLY REALLY REALLY REAL;  Writer: Lucie Pohl; NYC comedian Lucie Pohl creator of Edinburgh and off-Broadway hits Hi, Hitler, Apohlcalypse Now! and voice of Overwatch's Mercy wants to be really real and brings you a show about being a video game celebrity with a bathtub in her kitchen.       Improv/Sketch/Stand-up, Comedy
FringeMN - UNDER St. Marks
FRI 4 @ 7:00  SAT 5 @ 7:00  



REEKING of INDISCRETION: Madame X's Allerton;  ptmcplaywriting.com; Writer: Patrick Thomas McCarthy ptmc; Director: Patrick Aran; Madame X declared Robert Allerton Chicago's most eligible bachelor in 1906. His relationship with her & John Gregg, his longtime-companion,adopted-as-an-adult son are imagined in correspondence. An epistolary intrigue of historical truth, fiction & LGBTQ issues.    Local   Spoken Word/Poetry, Drama
FringeMN - Chain Studio
MON 7 @ 8:30  WED 9 @ 8:30  SAT 12 @ 8:30  SUN 13 @ 1:00  MON 14 @ 8:30  WED 16 @ 8:30  FRI 18 @ 8:30  SAT 19 @ 1:00  SUN 20 @ 1:00  MON 21 @ 8:30  



Shelter In Place;  Playful Substance; Writer: Raphael Perahia; Director: Raphael Perahia; When the fire alarm goes off in Jahoose's Adult Education Drawing class (Mondays at 4:00pm) the FDNY issues a mysterious command to "Shelter In Place". Five misfits realize that they are more invested in one another's lives than they expected.     Local   Comedy, Drama
FringeMN - UNDER St. Marks
THU 24 @ 7:00  FRI 25 @ 7:00  SAT 26 @ 7:00  THU 31 @ 7:00  FRI NOV 1 @ 7:30  SAT NOV 2 @ 7:30  



Telenovela 101;  Something From Abroad; Writer: Martha Lorena Preve; Director: Martha Lorena Preve; Can the impossible happen? Can love conquer all? Telenovela 101 is the first of three episodes of a parody of a Mexican Soap Opera from the 90's in Spanish with English subtitles, performed by an all-immigrant cast.       Comedy,
FringeMN - Kraine
TUE 15 @ 7:00  TUE 22 @ 7:00  TUE 29 @ 7:00  



The Thin Man in the Cherry Orchard;  Everson/Coleman; Writer: Bambi Everson; Director: Job Ethan Christenson; Dashiell Hammet's hard-boiled, glamorously pickled American sleuths, Nick and Nora Charles, meet the stoic inhabitants of Chekhov's Russian tundra. Naturally, a murder, and hilarity, ensues. Can Nick solve the crime before they run out of vodka? A charmingly sardonic mashup.    Local   Comedy, Drama
FringeMN - Metropolitan Playhouse
THU 17 @ 7:30   FRI 18 @ 7:30  SAT 19 @ 7:30  SUN 20 @ 4:00  



Transfiguration;  The Arts Press; Writer: Michael Miller; Director: Graydon Gund; You'll find Ralph lunching on sushi and sake—all deluxe. His neighbors were shooting each other dead in the street this morning. He alone survived. He kept his cool, but a guy has to move on, doesn't he?    Local   Solo Show, Drama
FringeMN - Metropolitan Playhouse
SAT 12 @ 7:30  SUN 13 @ 2:00  



Why Women Cry;  Writer: Based on text written and compiled by Sana Y. Shabazz, Adapted by Najah Imani Muhammad, with Original Music by Dawn Grannum; Director: Najah Imani Muhammad; Why Women Cry is a show for all people. From heartbreak to humor and antics, you will find empowerment and strength in this theatrical experience. We invite the audience to be like a leaf on a stream, and simply flow.     Local   Spoken Word/Poetry, Performance Art
FringeMN - Kraine
THU 10 @ 7:00  FRI 11 @ 7:00  SUN 13 @ 2:00  SAT 19 @ 7:00  



You'll Never Eat Lunch in this Town Again;  Writer: Zach Stephens; A new comedy about the woman who brought you Taxi Driver, The Sting, and Close Encounters of the Third Kind from the people who brought you nothing like that yet.    Local   Comedy, Drama
FringeMN - Metropolitan Playhouse
WED 23 @ 7:30  THU 24 @ 7:30  SAT 26 @ 7:30  SUN 27 @ 1:00