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The New York International Fringe Festival is now FringeNYC (in Manhattan) AND FringeBYOV (in the outer boroughs). ALL DATES BELOW ARE IN OCTOBER. Use the Slice-O-Matic or the alphabetical tabs below to view the shows, pick your performance, and purchase tickets.

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* = FringeHIGH Talkback follows performance  
+ = FringePLUS MeetUp follows performance

Performances shown in grey are either past or sold out.

Dance / Physical Theatre

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The Great Brown Bear
Crokimo Productions
Writer: Kierna Conner (Based on the classic Scandinavian folk tale East o’ the Sun, West o’ the Moon)
Director: Kierna Conner
Choreographer: Josh Dunn and Alex Doyle
"She", a schoolteacher with an absentee father, meets "He", a skeptical romantic unsure if He's ready for salvation. What is it to transcend the past and reveal one's true self? In this surrealist immersive-retelling, two people quest for each other.
1h 30m   Local   FringeNYC
Dance / Physical Theatre   Spoken Word/Poetry   
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The Last Jimmy
Sling and Stone Productions
Writer: Book by Phillip S. Brown, Music by Dice Raw
Director: Phillip S. Brown
"We finally got him - the last one!" Jimmy, the last black man arrested in the world, is on trial for committing past, present, and future crimes. Can Jimmy break his mental and spiritual chains and become "The Last Jimmy?"
1h 35m   National   FringeNYC
Musical/Opera   Dance / Physical Theatre   
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The Yellow Wallpaper
Writer: Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Adapted by Caitlin Ort
Director: Caitlin Ort
Choreographer: Caitlin Ort
"I kept still and watched the wallpaper. The faint figure behind seemed to shake the pattern, just as if she wanted to get out." Haunting and provocative, this adaptation combines the classic text with contemporary dance to examine toxic masculinity.
40m   Local   FringeNYC
Drama   Dance / Physical Theatre   
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las:sitas (a movement exploration of the divine feminine)
Director: Fiamma Piacentini. Logan Ricket
Choreographer: Ensemble
las:sitas (a movement exploration of the divine feminine) is full-length experimental movement piece devised in its entirety by an all-female ensemble, in which we celebrate all the light, dark and in between of the feminine experience.
1h 20m   Local   FringeNYC
Dance / Physical Theatre   Performance Art   
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Writer: Oscar Wilde (trans. James Rutherford)
Director: James Rutherford
Choreographer: Jess Goldschmidt
A cloud cuts across the face of the moon. A woman dances to kill. A clown king’s rule begins to crumble. A tragic parable of queer longing, SALOME is Oscar Wilde’s surreal symbolist masterpiece of forbidden desire and social destruction.
Local   FringeBKLYN
Drama   Dance / Physical Theatre   

FringeBKLYN Irondale Center

Brian Feldman Projects
Director: Brian Feldman
At a mutually agreed upon time, Brian Feldman (The Feldman Dynamic, FringeNYC 2003) goes to your home, washes the dishes in your kitchen sink, and performs any monologue you assign him. Is he a better actor or dishwasher? You decide.
National   FringeBKLYN
Performance Art   Dance / Physical Theatre   
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Your Home (New York City)

TBD: The Live Devising Project
Cucumber Dogs in association with Sitting Shotgun
Writer: Devised by Cucumber Dogs
Director: Allie Marotta
Choreographer: Fernando Moya Delgado, Devin Richey
A relational and participatory experience devising a performance before your very eyes, making art with, for, and about the audience. Creating a different show every time, we don’t know what’s going to happen, but whatever does will be magical.
1h 20m   Local   FringeNYC
Performance Art   Dance / Physical Theatre   
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Natasha Mirny and Tia Shearer
Writer: Natasha Mirny and Tia Shearer, with music by Alexander Nikitin
Director: Natasha Mirny and Tia Shearer
Choreographer: Natasha Mirny
Two performers walk the tightrope between comedy and pathos in this highly charged piece, inspired by the Antigone story. Featuring original music, clowning, audience interaction and 25 orange traffic cones.
45m   National   FringeNYC
Dance / Physical Theatre   FringeHIGH   
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