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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.
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Produced by Lauren Fischetti
Writer: Zach Stephens
Director: Kelly Webb
The red emergency phone rings. An assistant answers. "Babylon Studios, this is Henry." On the other end? North Korea's supreme leader, furious with his depiction in Babylon's latest picture, "The Girlish Tendancies of Kim Jong-un." But, like, what is girlish?
0h 0m   Local   New York, New York   
Comedy   Vaudeville/Sideshow/Magic/Burlesque   

Take One
The Council of Nine
Writer: Jeff Ward
Director: Michael Schiralli
Michelangelo, Richard Rodgers and God light up the musical stage in this story of the disastrous first versions of three great things. "Take One" shows that the act of creation is always messy and hilarious -- even for the gods.
0h 0m   Local   Manhattan, NY   
Musical/Opera   Comedy   

Tales of a Sexual Tomboy
Writer: Joyful Raven, with creative collaborators Micaela Cirimelli and Jael Weisman
Director: Jael Weisman
A tomboy with an overactive libido looks for empowerment in all the wrong places. “When it come to men, I’m not sure if I want to wrestle them, heal them, or sleep with them - often I do all three”
0h 0m   National   Oakland, California   
Comedy   Solo Show   

Tall Pines Lodge
Unspeakable Productions in Association with Unpublishable Press
Writer: J.D. Graves
Director: Joshua Hill
In this claustrophobic, pulp thriller, in the gritty tradition of Jim Thompson, an East Texas dive shatters the myth of honor among thieves. Find out why patrons call this play "the most DISGUSTING thing I've ever seen!"
0h 0m   Local   Manhattan, NY   

Beloved Mountain Productions
Writer: David J Goldberg
Director: Conrad Kluck
A civil war is unfolding today within the intelligence world, and David J Goldberg finds himself caught in the middle. With the help of disgruntled insiders, Goldberg tries to sabotage a rouge entrapment program by going public with his story.
0h 0m   Local   Brooklyn, New York   
Solo Show   Performance Art   

groundswell theatre
Writer: Sarah Saltwick
Director: Jess Hutchinson
It’s the hottest summer on record and Bell’s drowning in drink. Mike’s experienced fighting wildfires but this attraction is a whole new disaster. Everyday habits crackle and burn in a production featuring an explosive combo of Austin TX & NYC talent.
0h 0m   National   Austin, Texas   

That's MISS FITS, to YOU!
Writer: Todd Tif Fernandez, Music, Book & Lyrics
Director: Jonathan Warman
A mystical poly-gender tale - That’s MISS FITS, to You! - concocts an elaborate journey to self-awareness with cameos by Rosa Parks, Judy Garland and Radical Faeries, oh my. The musical extravaganza will leave you singing with liberation spirit.
0h 0m   Local   NYC, Manhattan   
Musical/Opera   Comedy   

That's my Moonbeam!
Chaos Button Productions
Writer: Jason Grimste
Director: Jeffrey Whitted
If an Alien race chose you as a representative of the human race to take around the galaxy, would you go? Do Dreams weigh more than Love? Sometimes you need to get away to find the truth. Sometimes you don't.
0h 0m   Local   Brooklyn, New York   
Comedy   Drama   

Writer: Jonathon Ward
Actors from Elizabethan England emerge on Cape Cod in 1619 to start the first indie theatre. With a copy of The Tempest, gold, their talent and dreams, - and aid from the Wampanoag,- they overcome Puritans, who believe they're witches.
0h 0m   Local   NYC, Nassau County NY   
Drama   Comedy   

The Thing That Never Happened
Writer: Justine Gelfman
Director: Ellie Sachs
Four girls sit in a writing center. They speak eloquently about both SoulCycle and second-wave feminism. The Thing That Never Happened is about the relationships we value, the friendships we don't always value, and waiting ninety minutes to text back.
0h 0m   National   Chicago, Illinois    
Comedy   FringeHIGH   

This Gonna Be on the Test, Miss?
YoMiss Productions
Writer: Ronna Levy
Director: Nora Ives
I'm not Michelle Pfeiffer in Dangerous Minds. Welcome to Community College. From LA to Brooklyn, meet my real students as I teach them in 12 weeks what they should have learned in the past 12 years. You won't be quizzed.
0h 0m   Local   Brooklyn, New York   
Solo Show   Comedy   

Little y Theatre Company in Association with The Vertical Company
Writer: Elena Zucker
Director: Elena Zucker
From NYC to Palestine, Mimi’s world collapses with the inadvertent like of a dissident Facebook status. The edifices of identity unravel, along with the boundaries between fact and fiction, Jew and Arab, time and space. A psycho-cyber thriller.
0h 0m   Local   Brooklyn, New York   
Drama   Solo Show   

Writer: Dan Rider
Director: Holly Kristina Goldstein
An incredibly clumsy hospital clown is hired to entertain an acerbic fifteen year old girl, and finds the only thing that cheers her up is watching him get hurt. A play about other people's suffering and why it's hilarious.
0h 0m   Local   Manhattan, New York   
Comedy   Drama   

Till Birnam Wood...
John Schultz Presents
Writer: William Shakespeare
Director: John Schultz
Encounter the witches, slip on your blindfold, and fall into the darkness of Macbeth's Scotland. Till Birnam an immersive, sensory experience of Shakespeare's darkest work, literally. Audience members experience this fast-paced and intense production completely blindfolded.
0h 0m   National   Philadelphia , Pennsylvania    

To Protect the Poets
11 West Productions
Writer: John Doble
Director: Alberto Bonilla
A poet and her principles collide with a policeman's sense of justice when Mac, whose life is books and ideas, falls in love with Jab, a detective enraged at a killer's cold indifference.
0h 0m   Local   Manhattan, New York   
Drama   Drama   

Too Far to Go(d?)
Triumph Team
Writer: Mitch Montgomery
You are cordially invited to join film director Stanley Kubrick, science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke and astronomer Carl Sagan for dinner and vigorous debate about the nature of life in the universe. Three dudes. Arguing about aliens. True(ish) story.
0h 0m   Local   Mamaroneck, New York   
Comedy   Multi-Media   

The Topography Between (a New York radio love song)
Imperfect Speakers
Writer: Zachary Miceli
Director: Mimi Barcomi
A surreal love story set in the New York unconscious to a live R&B soundtrack. Rodney and Callisto yearn for each other from a jail cell and city clinic, while forming connections with strangers poised on the brink of revelation.
0h 0m   Local   Manhattan, New York   
Drama   Multi-Media   

Writer: John Anastasi
"Transitions" is a story of a committed couple forced to ask the question "why do we love who we love?" What happens when a person's happiness and sense of self is pitted against one's commitment to another.
0h 0m   Local   Manhattan, New York   
Drama   Comedy         

Treya's Last Dance
Outlandish Cat Productions
Writer: Shyam Bhatt
Director: Tiffany Nichole Greene
Faced with Croydon's mankiest speed-dates, Treya blunders into some messy truths - her brother's death; two lovably eccentric parents; the fallout from a British/Indian culture clash. A hilarious, awkward, heart-wrenching tale of love and loss in London.
0h 0m   International   London, United Kingdom   
Comedy   Improv/Sketch/Stand-up   

Tribulation: The Musical
Writer: Book and Lyrics by Molly Miller, Music by Brad Kemp
Director: Tyler Samples, Music Director: Charlie Worth
Choreographer: Lauren Lopez
It's the end of the world...and you still need a job. In Tribulation: The Musical prophets, whores, and middle managers alike all struggle to prevent the Apocalypse, in this hilarious, irreverent take on the Bible's Book of Revelation.
0h 0m   National   Chicago, Illinois   
Musical/Opera   Comedy   

The Troubadour Struck By Lightning
Temerity Theatre Co.
Writer: Ed Malin
Director: Janet Bentley
Choreographer: Tatyana Kot
Love. Music. Men. Muslims. A rampant fantasia of medieval times.
0h 0m   Local   Brooklyn, New York   
Comedy   Spoken Word/Poetry   

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