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The New York International Fringe Festival is now FringeNYC AND FringeBYOV, and will take place in October 2018. TICKETS ON SALE SEPTEMBER 1ST! Use the Slice-O-Matic or the alphabetical tabs below to view the shows of FringeNYC. Want to FringeBYOV (Bring Your Own Venue) with your own show? Click here to learn more.

* = Talkback follows performance  
+ = FringePLUS MeetUp follows performance

Performances shown in grey are either past or sold out.

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   Manhattan , New York    
Dance / Physical Theatre   Performance Art   

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   Philadelphia, Pennsylvania   
Musical/Opera   Dance / Physical Theatre   

Late Night at the Serpent
Writer: Ally Sass
Director: Elizabeth Callahan
Set in a pornographic video store in Nashua, New Hampshire, Late Night at the Serpent is a one-act drama that explores sexual identity, the male code, and a chance encounter between two former high school friends.
40m   Local   Brooklyn, New York   
Drama   Comedy   

Latter Gay Saint
Writer: Craig Mangum
Director: Michelle Walson Kuykendall
Moth Grand Slam Winner Craig Mangum is on a mission to spread the gospel of self-acceptance in this hilarious, heartbreaking, inspiring story of a hopelessly gay Mormon’s transformation from Elder to Queen.
1h Local   Brooklyn, New York   
Solo Show   Comedy   

The Long Rail North
C.A.G.E. Theatre Company
Writer: Michael Hagins
Director: Brock H. Hill
Private Thomas Morgan, a Black Union soldier, escapes via train with a Southern White girl he rescued from a plantation fire of a nearby Civil War battle. He will protect her from both Union and Confederate forces pursuing all costs.
1h 30m   Local   Manhattan, New York   
Drama   FringeHIGH   

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