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Hamlet the Hip-Hopera
Feast Productions
Writer: Tucker Delaney-Winn, Music by Charles Laubacher, Michael Markowski and Jeff Nicholson
A new musical that amplifies the world of Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Trapped in a castle under siege, characters dive into musical madness through soaring hip-hop ballads, weaving The Bard’s verse with the lyricism of a new age.
1h 40m   Local   Queens, NY   
Comedy   Drama   FringeHIGH         
         
VENUE #3: Teatro LATEA at the Clemente
FRI 14 @ 9:45  TUE 18 @ 4*  SAT 22 @ 7  MON 24 @ 4:30 +  THU 27 @ 5:30  FringeFAVE - SUN 30 @ 4:30  


Hand Grenades
Playwrights at the Grand
Writer: Monica Giordano
Director: Rebecca Cunningham
Diana and Ophelia's relationship is based on small things: days, phrases, and little looks. But it is all of those small things that create a big thing: Love. When Tragedy strikes, Ophelia seeks comfort in silence, and Diana seeks comfort in Troy.
0h 50m   Local   Brooklyn , NY   
Drama   Comedy         
         
VENUE #16: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
FRI 14 @ 7:15 +  WED 19 @ 5:15  SAT 22 @ 2:45  SUN 23 @ 7:45  TUE 25 @ 7  


Hank Leaves Home
HarpGuyNYC in Association with Infinite Stage
Writer: Erik Heger
Director: Leslie Felbain
Hank is a homeless concert-grand-harp playing tramp who never made it out of the New York City subway system. Heavy on harp music and physical comedy, it is "the most important theatrical event on earth since October 28th, 1958."
1h 0m   Local   Manhattan, NY   
Clown/Mask   Solo Show         
         
VENUE #4: Spectrum
FRI 14 @ 8:45 +  FRI 21 @ 5:15  SAT 22 @ 12:45  MON 24 @ 9:30  FRI 28 @ 2:45  


Hard Day's Night
Lot In Life Productions
Writer: Vicki Vodrey
Director: Samantha Tella
Kelly K. Kelly craves a normal life. Instead, she’s trapped in a world cluttered with Disney decor, pet ashes, Beatles’ lyrics and one f**king crazy family. A hit at KC Fringe 2014. “A must see,” Steve Wilson, Broadway World, 2014.
1h 35m   National   Kansas City, MO   
Comedy   Drama         
         
VENUE #1: Teatro SEA at the Clemente
SUN 16 @ 8  THU 20 @ 4:45 +  SUN 23 @ 5:30  THU 27 @ 7  SAT 29 @ 9:15  


Haunted Holliot Hildorf Hotel and Shadow's Unicycle
Jamey Hood and Open Hydrant Theater Company
Writer: Jamey Hood
Director: Sarah Rosenberg and Luis Cardenas
Eight-year-old Helen Ivy Bunter is a world renowned ghost hunter and Shadow is just your average tween ghoul who desperately needs chocolate. Two adventures! Featuring professional ghosts, a temperamental boiler and pajama-clad zombies. Theater for kids performed by kids!
1h 0m   Local   Bronx, NY   
FringeJR   Comedy   
         
VENUE #7: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
SAT 15 @ NOON  FRI 21 @ 7  THU 27 @ 2  SAT 29 @ 6  SUN 30 @ NOON  


Hearts Afire
Writer: Darcy Heller Sternberg
Director: Madeline Brennan
What do Jell-O shots, slave labor, butterfly tattoos, Krishna and Afghanistan have in common? Five New York City community college students from diverse ethnic backgrounds tell their harrowing yet inspirational stories in an intimate setting.
1h 30m   Local   Manhattan, NY   
Drama      FringeHIGH         
         
VENUE #3: Teatro LATEA at the Clemente
FRI 21 @ 7 +  SUN 23 @ 4:45*  TUE 25 @ 4:45  FRI 28 @ 7  SUN 30 @ NOON  


Hell Is For Real
Writer: Gary Apple
Director: Jay Stern
Choreographer: Lorna Ventura
Charles Manson was supposed to go to Hell... But, ooooops! Six-year-old Davin was sent by mistake. Now Davin’s returned... devilishly changed. His father embarks on a bizarre odyssey to get his son back to normal in this outrageous new musical.
1h 55m   Local   Manhattan, NY   
Musical/Opera   Comedy         
         
VENUE #9: Theatre 80
FRI 14 @ 7 +  SUN 16 @ 1:15  FRI 21 @ 3:45  THU 27 @ 4:45  SAT 29 @ 7  


HICK: A LOVE STORY, The Romance of Lorena Hickok and Eleanor Roosevelt
Lilith Theater San Francisco
Writer: Terry Baum with Pat Bond
Director: Carolyn Myers and Adele Prandini
When Eleanor Roosevelt became First Lady in 1933, she had a lesbian lover -- Lorena Hickok, a famous journalist. 2336 letters, from Eleanor to Hick, document their relationship. It changed both their lives. "A compelling one-woman show." SF Examiner. "Brilliant." SF Guardian
1h 30m   National   San Francisco, CA   
Solo Show   Drama         
      
VENUE #6: DROM
FRI 14 @ 5:15  TUE 18 @ 8:45  FRI 21 @ 7 +  TUE 25 @ 9:30  FRI 28 @ 2:30  FringeFAVE - SUN 30 @ NOON  


How You Kiss Me Is Not How I Like To Be Kissed
Young Republicans Theatre Co.
Writer: Dan Giles
Director: Dan Giles
Choreographer: Mariel Pettee
Kiss her, poorly. Take him home anyway. Set boundaries. Share secrets. Meet her dad, blow it. Fall in love casually, strangely, effortlessly. Negotiate monogamy. Survive IKEA. Make a life together. Fall apart as easily as you came together. Now what?
0h 50m   National   Pittsburgh, PA   
Comedy   Drama         
         
VENUE #4: Spectrum
SAT 15 @ 8:45 +  WED 19 @ 5:30  FRI 21 @ 3:30  WED 26 @ 3:45  SAT 29 @ 10:30  

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