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Painting His Wings
Making It Happen Productions
Writer: Sinead Daly
Director: Heather Lanza
What happens when your universe has been forever changed? Through finger-puppet-wearing young Abellona's imaginative eyes, watch her family try to cope with great loss using Sorry!, Chatroulette, and whatever they can summon from within themselves.
1h 30m   Local   Manhattan, NY   
Drama         
      
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
SAT 15 @ 2:15 +  MON 17 @ 4:45  THU 20 @ 7  SUN 23 @ 5:30  TUE 25 @ 8  


Paraphilia: Everyone Has a Sexual Disorder
Recognize Theatre
Writer: Lorne Svarc
Director: Kristin J Heckler
Come by a fly on the wall in Margo's first sex therapy practice. She guides her clients through the ups and downs of their sexual disorders (pun intended) while learning about her own sexuality with her new beau.
1h 20m   Local   Manhattan, NY   
Comedy   Drama         
         
VENUE #3: Teatro LATEA at the Clemente
SUN 16 @ 9:15  WED 19 @ 4:45 +  WED 26 @ 7  FRI 28 @ 4:45  SAT 29 @ 9:45  


Parthenogenesis
Writer: Patrick Cleary
Director: Ashley Marinaccio
Theresa, abandoned by her father on a frozen lake 40 years ago, had a daughter via artificial insemination. Tonight, her father tries to reconnect and her daughter arrives with the professor who got her pregnant. No secrets are safe forever.
2h 10m   National   Wakefield, MA   
Drama   Comedy         
         
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
SAT 15 @ 4:15 +  MON 17 @ 9  WED 19 @ 2  THU 20 @ 9  SUN 23 @ 6  


PEDRO PAN
Writer: Rebecca Aparicio, Music and Lyrics by Stephen Anthony Elkins
Director: Rebecca Aparicio
Based on the real-life events of Operación Pedro Pan, a young boy named Pedro is sent alone to the U.S. to escape the dangers of 1962 Havana. Pedro must then navigate becoming an "American" without losing his cultural identity.
1h 0m   Local   Queens, NY   
FringeJR   Musical/Opera   
         
VENUE #7: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
SUN 16 @ 3:45  WED 19 @ 2  SAT 22 @ 1:45  TUE 25 @ 2  FRI 28 @ 2  


Petition for an Alien Fiance
Unidentified Flying Productions
Writer: Harry Buckoke
Director: Elizabeth Groth
Canadian food photographer Silvia and American Amber get engaged, so Silvia can stay in America. When they receive the Petition for an Alien Fiance, they invent the fabulous history of their relationship, rather than confront the tough realities.
0h 50m   Local   Manhattan, NY   
Drama      Comedy      
         
VENUE #16: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
SAT 15 @ 7:15 +  SUN 16 @ 9:30  SUN 23 @ 1:15  WED 26 @ 9:45  FRI 28 @ 3:30  


PICKLES
Writer: Laura Minadeo & Alexander Rotella
Director: Laura Minadeo & Alexander Rotella
A unique action-packed superhero tale seen through the eyes of a sassy cosmetologist, as she expresses her outrageous views on her boyfriend's "night job", his sidekick dog, bodily functions, and the city's devastating lack of caffeine thanks to The Decafinator!
1h 5m   National   Warwick, RI   
Comedy   Drama      
         
VENUE #2: Flamboyan Theatre at the Clemente
THU 20 @ 2 +  SAT 22 @ 7:15  TUE 25 @ 2:30  THU 27 @ 8:45  SAT 29 @ 2:45  


Plath.
Alex Donnelly and Allie Carieri
Writer: Music by Fernanda Douglas, Book and Lyrics by Molly Heller
Director: Emily Feinstein
Plath. follows Sylvia Plath’s years at Smith College. With the help of her psychologist, Plath reflects on her journal from this trying portion of her life. Plath’s poetry and prose inform the story of this innovative piece of new musical theatre.
1h 15m   Local   Manhattan, NY   
Musical/Opera   Drama         
         
VENUE #7: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
THU 20 @ 7 +  SUN 23 @ 9  TUE 25 @ 8:45  THU 27 @ 7  SAT 29 @ 1:45  


POOR PEOPLE
Writer: Adapted from Fyodor Dostoyevsky novel POOR FOLK, Written by Lavinia Roberts, Conceived by Irene Kapustina
Director: Irene Kapustina
Russia. 1845. A young orphan flees her abuser to live with an elderly woman. She befriends struggling clerk Makar; living in the corner of a kitchen. Through letters, their friendship blooms - until an unwanted suitor arrives. Can love triumph?
1h 30m   Local   Manhattan, NY   
Drama   Dance         
         
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
SUN 16 @ 3:45 +  THU 20 @ 4:45  MON 24 @ 7  THU 27 @ 7  SAT 29 @ 5:30  


POPESICAL
Tilted Windmills Theatricals
Writer: Adam Overett
Director: Drew Geraci
Choreographer: Drew Geraci
The Pope is dead. Locked in the Sistine Chapel, Cardinals compete in top-secret “Papal Challenges” to succeed him. Forbidden love… Sacrilege… Song-and-dance. From the producers of Silence! The Musical, this irreverent musical comedy will have you laughing and praying.
2h 0m   Local   Manhattan, NY   
Musical/Opera   Comedy         
         
VENUE #9: Theatre 80
THU 20 @ 7 +  SAT 22 @ 7  THU 27 @ 2  FRI 28 @ 3  SAT 29 @ 9:45  


The Portable Dorothy Parker
Grove Goddess Productions
Writer: Annie Lux
Director: Lee Costello
Dorothy Parker reminisces about her life, loves, work, — her famous friends (Fitzgerald, Hemingway, Lillian Hellman…), and the wits of the Algonquin Round Table (Woollcott, Benchley, George Kaufman…), — while selecting stories and poems for her 1944 collection, The Portable Dorothy Parker.
1h 30m   Local   Manhattan, NY   
Solo Show   Comedy      
         
VENUE #11: 64E4 MAINSTAGE
THU 20 @ 2:30 +  SAT 22 @ 7  MON 24 @ 9  THU 27 @ 4:15  SUN 30 @ 2:30  


Portraits: He said.. She said..
Little Joe Productions
Writer: Robert Siegel
Director: Robert Siegel
Studs Terkel meets Beckett as a man and a woman take the stage with only two chairs and conjure characters from displaced auto workers to twenty-somethings on a bender. Men and women untying knots. Pointed snapshots of America today.
1h 5m   National   Raleigh, NC   
Drama   Comedy         
      
VENUE #12: 64E4 UNDERGROUND
MON 17 @ 7 +  TUE 18 @ 3  WED 19 @ 9:15  THU 20 @ 5  FRI 21 @ 7  


Possum Creek
Writer: Andrea Alton
Director: Eric Chase
Naive bride Beth Ann faces love, lust and tragedy in Civil War-era Possum Creek, Ohio. This comedic solo show has 12 characters, spans 30 years and features lost husbands, babies of uncertain parentage, man-on-man carnality, plagues, and a beloved pig.
1h 5m   Local   Brooklyn, NY   
Solo Show   Comedy      
         
VENUE #8: Under St. Marks
SUN 16 @ 4:30  WED 19 @ 7  FRI 21 @ 5:45 +  SUN 23 @ 3:30  FRI 28 @ 8:45  


Princess Cut: A young girl's reality inside a Tennessee sex ring
Yellow Rose Productions
Writer: Kelsey Broyles, Kerri Koczen, and Danielle Roos, Music by Christian Barnett and Joey English, additional lyrics by Kelsey Broyles
Director: Danielle Roos
Based on a true story, a young girl is forced into a sex trafficking ring by her cousin. She relives memories; struggling with her double life as psychological trauma catches up with her. A post-show panel examines trafficking in the U.S.
1h 10m   National   Knoxville, TN   
Drama   Multi-Media   FringeHIGH         
         
VENUE #13: Lynn Redgrave Theater @ Culture Project
FRI 14 @ 9:30  SUN 16 @ 3:15  MON 17 @ 7:30 +  WED 19 @ 2*  FRI 21 @ 4:45  


The Princeton Seventh
Partizan Theater
Writer: James Vculek
Director: James Vculek
Two strangers start a contentious conversation while waiting for a tribute to a dead poet. When joined by a Nobel Prize-winning author and his current trophy wife, the revelations multiply. The play ends and then...it begins again. Or does it?
1h 30m   National   Minneapolis , MN   
Comedy   Drama         
      
VENUE #3: Teatro LATEA at the Clemente
FRI 14 @ 7:30  SAT 15 @ 4:45  MON 17 @ 3 +  WED 19 @ 7  THU 20 @ 2:30  

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