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BUY ADVANCE TICKETS ONLINE! Find performances by using the Slice-O-Matic or clicking on the alphabetical tabs below. Then click on the desired performance and purchase using your credit card (an (in)convenience charge applies). Your confirmation will be e-mailed immediately, which you can then save directly to your mobile device (the greenest way!) or print out. Be sure to line up at least 15 minutes before the performance at the colorful flag outside the VENUE. Have your mobile or printed ticket ready to be scanned and enjoy the show! NO LATECOMERS ARE ADMITTED AT FringeNYC.
* = Talkback follows performance     + = FringePLUS MeetUp follows performance


The Mad Scientist's Guide to Romance, Robots and Soul-Crushing Loneliness
A Collection of Shiny Objects
Writer: Book by Megan Sass, Music and Lyrics by Megan Sass & Nathan Leigh
Director: Jesse Geiger
Faced with romantic disaster, a Mad Scientist creates the perfect robot boyfriend. But when her artificial lover dumps her for the girl-next-door, an existential storm ensues, complete with amorous lesbian zombies, robot identity-crises and a quest to save humanity.
1h 10m   Local   Brooklyn, NY   
Musical/Opera   Comedy      
SUN 16 @ 8:30 +  FRI 21 @ 5  SUN 23 @ 4  WED 26 @ 5:30  SAT 29 @ 7  

The Magic Jukebox: New York City World Tour
Serious Theatre Collective's Musical Sketch Comedy For Lovers and Platonic Friends
Writer: The Serious Theatre Collective
Director: Lizz Leiser, Musical Director: Ari Kessler
Choreographer: Kacie Laforest
Twelve action packed genre bouncing musical sketches from hardcore hair metal to panty-dropping R&B, enchanting madrigals to down home gospel— and much more. Featuring a live band, epic offstage battles, Lovecraftian elder gods, and three real dolphins (played by humans)!
1h 15m   Local   Manhattan, NY   
Musical/Opera   Comedy         
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
MON 17 @ 7 +  FRI 21 @ 7  MON 24 @ 5  WED 26 @ 2:45  SUN 30 @ NOON  

masha masha Natasha
daydark productions
Writer: Carol Brown
Director: Sarah Blush
Spring of 2014, Wisconsin. A basement. Two young girls threaten the life of a friend in order to prove themselves to Slenderman. Before that, Chekhov created Masha and Natasha. Where'd the time go?
1h 25m   Local   Manhattan, NY   
Comedy   Drama         
VENUE #16: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
THU 20 @ 2:30 +  SAT 22 @ 7  TUE 25 @ 4:45  THU 27 @ 9:15  SAT 29 @ NOON  

Maybe Tomorrow
The Poet Acts, Inc.
Writer: Max Mondi
Director: Tomer Adorian
A woman chooses to live exclusively in her boyfriend’s bathroom. Their otherwise “normal” relationship is thriving until someone else enters the scene. Inspired by true events, Maybe Tomorrow is a tragicomical, meta-theatrical experience about love, fame, and a toilet.
1h 20m   Local   Manhattan, NY   
Drama   Comedy      
VENUE #8: Under St. Marks
SAT 15 @ 2:45 +  MON 17 @ 9  FRI 21 @ 7:45  SUN 23 @ 1:15  SAT 29 @ 1:15  FringeFAVE - SUN 30 @ NOON  

The Morningtime of Now
Mock Turtle
Writer: Stories and vocals by Anne Hills, puppetry by Mock Turtle, lyrics by Michael Smith and incidental music by Jay Ansill
Director: Doug Roysdon
Poet-trees, composer mice, and singing brooks — experience the rustic world of Opal Whitely. This magical journey of music, story and puppetry honors Nature's miracles, tragedies, and transcendence. Inspired by the 1920's diary of young Opal Whitely. Adults/children over seven.
1h 15m   National   Bethlehem, PA   
Puppetry   Musical/Opera   FringeHIGH         
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
WED 19 @ 7 +  SUN 23 @ 9  TUE 25 @ 2*  FRI 28 @ 7  SAT 29 @ 4:15  

Water People Theater
Writer: Néstor Caballero
Director: Iraida Tapias
An extraordinary encounter between two icons of Contemporary Art, Mexican Painter FRIDA KAHLO and American Poet SYLVIA PLATH, in which they share the most intimate and passionate moments of their lives.
1h 30m   National   Chicago, IL   
Drama   Comedy         
VENUE #16: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
FRI 14 @ 9  SUN 16 @ 12:30  TUE 18 @ 4:45 +  WED 19 @ 7  THU 20 @ 4:45  

Jasmine Pittenger
Writer: Jasmine Pittenger
Director: Mary Catherine Donnelly
One humanitarian. Five continents... And her own inescapable butt. Helping girl refugees, Jasmine too is fleeing. One continent's "fat ass" is another's "perfect peach"... Can Jasmine see how her inner war echoes the war around her -- before she's collateral damage?
1h 0m   National   Portland, OR   
Solo Show   Comedy         
VENUE #4: Spectrum
SUN 16 @ 8 +  THU 20 @ 2  SUN 23 @ 6  THU 27 @ 9  FRI 28 @ 4:30  

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