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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


Wrought Atlas Theatre Ensemble
Writer: Emma Dante, Translation by Francesca Spedalieri
Director: Francesca Spedalieri
Choreographer: Francesca Spedalieri, Sarah Ware, Sifiso Mazibuko
How does love endure when your partner is gone? An elderly woman rejoins her husband and re-lives their love story. Experience this tale of nostalgia, memory, dance, and 1950s-60s Italian pop. North American debut of a movement play in translation.
0h 45m   National   Columbus , OH   
Clown/Mask   Comedy         
VENUE #7: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
FRI 14 @ 7:15 +  SUN 16 @ 8  THU 20 @ 5:30  TUE 25 @ 5:30  FRI 28 @ 8:45  

Dead Lunch, or Who Prays for Bad Weather?
Writer: Tony Borden
Director: Tony Borden
No one quite knows why the restaurant is empty on this bleak September afternoon. Sure, the neon sign is busted, and the staff might smoke and swear too much... but maybe the rumors of the busboy's killing spree are true.
1h 25m   Local   Manhattan, NY   
Comedy   Drama         
VENUE #5: The Celebration Of Whimsy
SAT 15 @ 9:30  MON 17 @ 2:15 +  THU 20 @ 4:45  FRI 21 @ 4:45  MON 24 @ 9:15  

DEX! A Killer Musical, The unauthorized parody of DEXTER
Cooper Jordan Entertainment
Writer: Book by Erika Jenko , Music & Lyrics by Joe Schermann
Michael C. Hall reads the script to his series Finale in outrage. To create a new Finale, Michael (Dexter) forces the Executives of The Network by knife to perform all 8 seasons of DEXter in under 2 hours as a musical.
1h 55m   Local   Brooklyn, NY   
Musical/Opera   Comedy         
VENUE #17: The SoHo Playhouse
SUN 16 @ 10  TUE 18 @ 4:15 +  FRI 21 @ 6:45  SAT 22 @ 11:45  SUN 23 @ 5  

KineticArchitecture Dance Theatre
Director: Arrie Davidson
Choreographer: Arrie Davidson
Ballet Russe gems are reimagined exploring feminism, trans issues, abuse and primal sensuality. Pulcinella's frolic invoking Le Spectre de la Rose-ball goers lose all inhibition, Scheherezade-the harem dies for freedom, Firebird-challenges societal mating rituals, and more!
1h 0m   Local   Manhattan, NY   
VENUE #7: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
SAT 15 @ 5:45 +  WED 19 @ 8:45  SAT 22 @ 9:45  FRI 28 @ 5  SAT 29 @ 9:45  

Dig Infinity!
Apocalypso Theatre Collective
Writer: Oliver Trager
Director: Oliver Trager
Summoning all kool kats 'n kitties! Hepster icon Lord Buckley wagers his soul, jive-talks his classic raps, blows his mind (and yours too) in this surreal, multimedia mythic journey celebrating the legacy of a neglected American visionary jazz humorist.
1h 30m   Local   Brooklyn, NY   
Drama   Spoken Word/Poetry         
THU 20 @ 4:45 +  FRI 21 @ 9:30  SUN 23 @ NOON  TUE 25 @ 7  THU 27 @ 2  

sbgProductions & Faux Real Entertainment
Writer: E. Dale Smith, Original Concept by Mimi Imfurst
Director: Braden Chapman
Glenn Milstead skyrocketed to stardom as drag queen Divine in John Waters’ cult films. Alone, on the night of his untimely death, the quiet man behind the mascara struggles with his inner demons and his larger-than-life creation, Divine.
1h 30m   National   Philadelphia, PA   
Drama   Comedy         
VENUE #17: The SoHo Playhouse
SUN 16 @ 7:45 +  THU 20 @ MID  MON 24 @ 7:30  FRI 28 @ 4:45  SAT 29 @ 3  SAT 29 @ 10:15  FringeFAVE - SUN 30 @ 5:30  

Artistic Abandon NYC in Association with Hit the Lights Dad Theater Co.
Writer: Created by Casey Leach, Mikayla Stanley, Kristopher Dean, Claron Hayden and Samantha Blain
Director: Richard Hess
A young man falls into the unknown to rescue something he holds dear. Inspired by kabuki, video games, horror movies and Pixar shorts, they work to create a world where the darkness speaks louder than the light.
0h 45m   Local   Manhattan, NY   
Puppetry   Multi-Media         
WED 19 @ 7 +  FRI 21 @ 2  SUN 23 @ 2:15  TUE 25 @ 5:30  FRI 28 @ 7  

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