TICKETS ON SALE JULY 15th! Find performances by using the Slice-O-Matic or clicking on the alphabetical tabs below. Click on the desired performance to purchase. You'll receive your confirmation via email, which you can 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 ticketholder flag outside the VENUE. Have your mobile or printed ticket ready to be scanned and enjoy the show! NO LATECOMERS ARE ADMITTED at FringeNYC.

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Machine Gun America. A play with guns. And songs.
Frack Theatre
Writer: Joseph Huff-Hannon
Director: Matt Renskers
Star-crossed lovers tangle with well-armed toddlers, a powerful gun rights leader, and depressed gun safety mascot, Eddie Eagle, in this fact-is-stranger-than-fiction musical farce. Inspired by bizarre but real news stories, and America's enduring affair with firearms.
1h 35m   Local   Brooklyn, NY   
Comedy   Musical/Opera   
         

VENUE #2: Flamboyan Theater at The Clemente


The Marks You Leave
Teresa Yslas Beardsley
Writer: Tyler Andrew Jones
Director: Mia Crivello
Ten years have passed since Georgette left home to build a new life in Brooklyn. When her estranged younger brother arrives unexpectedly, secrets are unearthed. As feelings of abandonment and betrayal seep in, they must choose to cope or run.
2h 10m   Local   Manhattan, NY   
Drama   
         

VENUE #1: Teatro SEA at The Clemente


Meet Murasaki Shikibu Followed by Book-Signing, and Other Things
Co-produced by Rachel Christiansen and The Brewing Dept.
Writer: Julia Izumi
Director: Ann Noling
She wrote the world's first novel and it's, like, kind of a big deal. After 1000 years, she's finally ready to talk about breaking barriers, traveling through time, and defining her own cultural legacy. Maybe.
1h 30m   Local   Brooklyn, NY   
Drama   Comedy   
         

VENUE #8: WOW Cafe


Memoriam: After Euripides' Alcestis
Hypnic Theatre Company in Association with Adjusted Realists
Writer: Stephen Kaliski
Director: Elizabeth Ostler
What if you could bring her back? Inspired by millennia of wishful thinking, Kaliski (West Lethargy, Gluten!) indulges in the impossible, reuniting a dead queen with her grieving king. What follows is a whirling, mournful snapshot of a miracle's aftermath.
2h Local   Brooklyn, NY   
Drama   
         

VENUE #1: Teatro SEA at The Clemente


A Microwaved Burrito Filled With E. coli
In association with Emerging Artists Theatre
Writer: Andrea Alton & Allen Warnock
Director: Mark Finley
Molly “Equality” Dykeman is back at FringeNYC and this time she's trapped in a Mexican restaurant with a waitress who won't shut up. Molly just wants nachos but what she gets has more layers than a bean dip.
1h Local   New York City, NY   
Comedy   
         

VENUE #16: The Huron Club


Miss
Outside Inside
Writer: Michael Ross Albert
Director: Kaitlyn Samuel
A shocking accident at a private boarding school irrevocably changes the lives of a teacher, her fiancé, and a troubled student. A taut and explosive new drama about violent misdemeanors, professional misconduct, and missing the love you'll never get back.
1h Local   Brooklyn, NY   
Drama   
         

VENUE #11: 64E4 MAINSTAGE


Mother Emanuel
Rebel Theater Company
Writer: Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj, Adam Mace, Chrisrian Lee Branch
Director: Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj
Mother Emanuel is a docu-musical style interpretation of the tragic shooting that transpired at Mother Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church on June 17, 2015.
1h 30m   Local   New York, NY   
Musical/Opera   Drama   
         

VENUE #15: SoHo Playhouse


MOVIN' ON UP
Jeremy Kehoe
Writer: Jeremy Kehoe
It's funny-or-die in the graveyard. This absurdist comedy pits a Watchman with a worthless watch against a chatterboxing, handcuffed man and a know-it-all woman in bandaged hands to see who earns the right to move on up.
1h 10m   National   Los Angeles, CA   
Comedy   Drama   
         

VENUE #8: WOW Cafe


Mr. Yunioshi
Some Sort of Show
Writer: J. Elijah Cho
Director: Jack Holloway
Mickey Rooney's yellowface performance in Breakfast at Tiffany's is infamous for its lack of cultural sensitivity. But was there ever a way he could have pulled it off? An Asian actor tries to find out in this one man show.
1h National   Tampa, FL   
Solo Show   Comedy   
      

VENUE #12: 64E4 UNDERGROUND


Mrs. Schrodinger's Cat
Theatre for Human Beings
Writer: Tasha Nicole Partee
Director: Tasha Nicole Partee
Seven women. One unsettling new art exhibit: photographs taken surreptitiously of people in a small town. Fearing humiliation, the women unite for a summer night's escapade to face the sad, funny, beautiful truth. A philosophical comedy about seeing and being seen.
1h 55m   Local   Manhattan, NY   
Comedy   Drama   
         

VENUE #1: Teatro SEA at The Clemente


Murder at the Food Coop
Neo-Shtick Theater
Writer: Gersh Kuntzman and Marc Dinkin
Director: Eric Oleson
A murder farce for our locavore age! When the founder of a food coop in liberal Brooklyn is found dead inside the solar-powered Gore 3000 freezer, the ensuing free-range investigation is part Agatha Christie and part Julia Child.
1h 50m   Local   Brooklyn, NY   
Comedy   Musical/Opera   
         

VENUE #2: Flamboyan Theater at The Clemente


MURMURS AND INCANTATIONS
Emerging Artists Theatre
Writer: Dahn Hiuni, Music by Yuval Ron
Director: Lewis Magruder
In search of peace of mind and artistic truth, a gay New York performance artist confronts the ghost of his grandfather, a rabbi killed by the Nazis. A poignant, irreverently funny drama about the Holocaust, AIDS, and existential angst.
2h Local   Brooklyn, NY   
Drama   Multi-Media   
      

VENUE #15: SoHo Playhouse


The Muscle in Question
Writer: Samantha Stone
Director: Mariana Rose Benjamin
The Muscle in Question is a magical realism full length play in one act about how the technical structure of a human’s brain has an effect on their day to day well-being, experiences and existence.
1h 30m   Local   Manhattan, NY   
Drama   
         

VENUE #9: The Kraine Theater


My White Wife, or So I Married a Black Man
Younger Child Productions in association with Emerging Artists Theatre
Writer: Vanessa Shealy and Rick Younger
Director: Melissa Attebery and Carl Foreman, Jr.
True stories (and secrets) from inside Rick and Vanessa's interracial marriage. After ten years together, they might as well laugh about it! Honest, frank, hilarious storytelling. "Younger and Shealy both possess presence and charisma to spare" - Martin Denton, nytheater.com
1h 15m   Local   Manhattan, NY   
Comedy   Improv/Sketch/Stand-up   
         

VENUE #16: The Huron Club

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