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.

* = Talkback follows performance  
+ = FringePLUS MeetUp follows performance

Performances shown in grey are either past or sold out.

Naked Brazilian
Gustavo Pace
Writer: Gustavo Pace
Director: Stephen Brown-Fried
Struggling against his father’s wishes to become a lawyer, a young man journeys from Rio to NYC to make a case for his own destiny.
1h 10m   Local   Manhattan, NY   
Comedy   Solo Show   


New Canula
Bruka Theatre
Writer: Gary Cremeans II
Director: Mary Bennett
An unromantic feel good comedy in one act. A hapless unromantic with an immediate urge toward the afterlife; a desperate bank robber with nebulous ties to the underworld; and Grandma Betty with limitless Jersey-style homespun wisdomisms ... It’s New Canula.
50m   National   Reno, NV   
Comedy   Drama   


The Night of Blue and Salt
Writer: Jenna Langbaum
Director: Jenna Langbaum
Young love, a professional medical surgeon, whispers, a manic wife, a pool, a baby, Virginia Woolf, sauce, suicide, a psychic, death, a minnow, and one blue night tell the story of how love alters through the course of marriage and loss.
1h 10m   Local   New York, NY   
Drama   Comedy   


MyCarl Productions in association with Kampfire Films
Writer: Kevin R. Free
Director: Nicole A. Watson
There's nothing scarier than a white woman bent on saving a race! When guests at Channing's party go missing, Barbra holds the key. A slasher-comedy with a bloody point. You can bury the N-Word; can you make it DIE?!
1h 39m   Local   New York, NY   
Comedy   Drama   

VENUE #13: The Players Theatre

Not All Cops Are Bad
Writer: George McAuliffe
Officer Scott Baker hosts a town hall meeting to mend public relations after a series of ‘viral videos’ featuring law enforcement surface. This award winning satire takes you beyond the badge and into the life of one mixed-up cop.
1h National   Los Angeles, CA   
Comedy   Solo Show   

VENUE #7: Under St. Marks

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