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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


Red Wire Productions
Writer: Tess R. Ornstein
Director: Tess R. Ornstein
In 1992 Los Angeles, on a hot April evening, within days of the Rodney King riots, five year old Kea Charmichael’s sudden disappearance sends her multi-racial family into a rapidly declining tailspin.
2h 20m   Local   Brooklyn, NY   
VENUE #10: The Kraine Theater
SUN 16 @ 12:30 +  TUE 18 @ 4:45  SUN 23 @ 7:45  THU 27 @ 9:15  SAT 29 @ NOON  

Chop Your Own Wood
Bonneville Theater Company
Writer: L.T. Hughes
Director: Alexandra Kuechler Caffall
On the eve of the Perseids meteor shower, an estranged husband and wife reunite in the Hudson Valley woods. Camping at the foundation of a crumbling homestead, they summon ghosts of their troubled past.
1h 30m   Local   Brooklyn, NY   
VENUE #16: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre
SAT 15 @ 9  TUE 18 @ 2:30 +  SAT 22 @ 4:30  TUE 25 @ 8:45  SUN 30 @ 2  

Writer: Georg Buechner, translated and adapted by Leanora Lange
Director: Leanora Lange
Run like a razor blade through this show! This fresh take on Woyzeck has you determine the scene order. Cut up the storyline as murderous lovers become overwhelmed by passion and madness in a swirl of non-stop non-linear action.
0h 50m   Local   Manhattan, NY   
Drama   Comedy         
VENUE #2: Flamboyan Theatre at the Clemente
SUN 16 @ 9:30  TUE 18 @ 7 +  SUN 23 @ 12:15  WED 26 @ 5:15  THU 27 @ 7  

Hazard Rep
Writer: Ryan Feyk
Director: Kai-Hsiang Tu
Two newlyweds wish to live for the future, but must face the shadows of their past. They are confronted by an irresistible woman who could save or destroy them. Set in 18th century Prussia during the height of its splendor.
1h 35m   National   Manhattan, NY   
Drama   Comedy         
MON 24 @ 2 +  WED 26 @ 9:15  FRI 28 @ 8:30  SAT 29 @ 4:30  SUN 30 @ NOON  

CODA (Children of Deaf Adults)
Two Hands Productions
Writer: Mark Murray
Director: Lindsey Leonard
One man leads you through the journey of being the ears for his family. As son and interpreter for his Deaf parents, Tim struggles to find where he belongs between the Deaf and hearing worlds.
0h 45m   Local   Brooklyn, NY   
Solo Show   Drama         
VENUE #14: The White Box at 440 Studios
SUN 16 @ 1 +  THU 20 @ 9:15  SAT 22 @ 7  MON 24 @ 3:30  FRI 28 @ 5:30  

The Comedienne Project
Katie Hannigan and Corinne Fisher
Writer: Katie Hannigan and Corinne Fisher
Annoyed with comedienne stereotypes of the single lady, the girlfriend and the crazy girl, these comics refocus comedic perspective and present two new tongue in cheek, snarky, irreverent, stand up sets, and redefine the "comedienne".
1h 0m   Local   Harlem, NY   
Comedy   Solo Show      
VENUE #8: Under St. Marks
SAT 15 @ 8:45 +  TUE 18 @ 5:15  THU 20 @ 3:30  SAT 22 @ 8:45  THU 27 @ 6:30  

The Commedia Rapunzel
The Spaghetti and Meatball Players
Writer: Sam LaFrage (Book and Lyrics)
Director: Sam LaFrage and Dennis Corsi
Choreographer: Sam LaFrage
Expect the unexpected as the Spaghetti and Meatball Players, a troupe of poor traveling “Italian” actors, present a zany musical romp through a twisted version of the fairytale "Rapunzel" done in the style of Commedia dell’ Arte!
1h 20m   Local   Harlem, NY   
FringeJR   Comedy   
VENUE #7: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
FRI 14 @ 5  SUN 16 @ NOON  THU 20 @ 2  SAT 22 @ 3:30  WED 26 @ 6:30  

Audra Arnaudon Presents
Writer: Jacob Marx Rice
Director: Anna Strasser
When Connor commits suicide, his friends are left grasping the shards of his life. From the team behind the sold-out hit Chemistry, winner of the 2014 FringeNYC Excellence in Playwriting Award, Coping is a hilariously dark comedy about surviving loss.
1h 20m   Local   New York, NY   
Drama   Comedy         
VENUE #1: Teatro SEA at the Clemente
SUN 16 @ 5:45 +  WED 19 @ 7  SAT 22 @ 9:45  WED 26 @ 4:45  FRI 28 @ 7  FringeFAVE - SUN 30 @ 4:45  

The Crack in the Ceiling
CitySalt Theatricals
Writer: James Harvey
Director: Stephen Tyler Davis
Ellen, a distraught single mother, discovers a crack in her kitchen ceiling. As a bizarre series of characters try to solve the problem, Ellen finds that more than her home is at risk in this dark musical comedy.
1h 20m   Local   Brooklyn, NY   
Comedy   Musical/Opera      
VENUE #17: The SoHo Playhouse
SAT 15 @ 8:30 +  TUE 18 @ 2  SAT 22 @ 6:30  MON 24 @ 9:45  TUE 25 @ 8  FRI 28 @ 2:30  

Creative License
Creative License Productions
Writer: Book and Lyrics by Kevin Cirone, Music by Kevin Cirone, Spencer Elliott and Dan Rodriguez
Director: Rachel Bertone, Music Director: Dan Rodriguez
Choreographer: Rachel Bertone
An Irish pub. A Scottish play. Sixty days. One snag. Two former friends try to save the day with a show that's not what it seems. It's the Boston-rocking testament to art, friendship, love, and double-malt scotch.
2h 30m   National   Boston, MA   
Musical/Opera   Comedy         
VENUE #17: The SoHo Playhouse
THU 20 @ 4 +  SAT 22 @ 3:15  SUN 23 @ 10:15  TUE 25 @ 2  WED 26 @ 10  THU 27 @ 4:15  

Curing the Void
Writer: M. Balmaceda, H. Diaz, B. Hoffmann in collaboration with G.Garcia, A. Moreno
Director: Martin Balmaceda
On a cold Thursday night, an angel falls into a junkyard. Pretty and Daisy take it to a doctor–but the worst may not be over for this celestial being as it becomes the object of love, obsession and jealousy.
1h 20m   Local   Manhattan, NY   
Comedy   Multi-Media         
VENUE #2: Flamboyan Theatre at the Clemente
SUN 16 @ 4:30 +  WED 19 @ 7  SAT 22 @ NOON  MON 24 @ 4:45  SAT 29 @ 7  

The Curious Case of Phineas Gage
Split Knuckle Theatre
Writer: Nick Ryan, Music by Andrew Lynch
Director: Vincent J. Cardinal
Phineas Gage, a 19th century railroad worker who was injured when an explosion drove a three foot iron spike through his brain, miraculously survived and recovered. Gage’s story led to powerful new theories about our minds and our personalities.
1h 25m   Local   New Haven, CT   
Comedy   Vaudeville/Sideshow/Magic/Burlesque         
SAT 15 @ 1:30 +  SUN 16 @ 6:15  WED 19 @ 9:30  FRI 21 @ 2:45  SAT 22 @ 8  

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