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The New York International Fringe Festival is now FringeNYC (in Manhattan) AND FringeBYOV (in the outer boroughs). ALL DATES BELOW ARE IN OCTOBER. Use the Slice-O-Matic or the alphabetical tabs below to view the shows, pick your performance, and purchase tickets.

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* = FringeHIGH Talkback follows performance  
+ = FringePLUS MeetUp follows performance

Performances shown in grey are either past or sold out.


Observance
Writer: Elyssa Nicole Trust
Director: Susanna Wolk
While studying abroad in Israel, Gabby transitions into a Ba’al Teshuvah, a non-religious Jewish person who becomes traditionally observant. Gabby's surprising shift to religious observance create shockwaves with her secular parents and boyfriend, who have difficulty understanding her new lifestyle.
1h 30m   Local   FringeNYC
Drama   Comedy   
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The Odyssey
Classical Remix Theatre Collective
Writer: Hannah Reuter
Director: Ensemble Collaboration
An acting troupe is traveling to Athens to perform THE ODYSSEY. They get lost and find a perfect audience to rehearse for... YOU! Will they outsmart the Cyclops, Sirens and Poseidon to get Odysseus home safely? Join us and see!
35m   Local   FringeNYC
FringeJR   Comedy   
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Off the Grid
Writer: Raanan Hershberg
When comedian Raanan Hershberg's phone breaks, he finds himself in a terrifying predicament: being alone with his thoughts for a day. A must-see stand up show about cell phone addiction and intimacy in the modern era.
1h 15m   Local   FringeNYC
Comedy   Solo Show   
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ONAJE
Writer: Robert Bowie, Jr.
Director: Pat Golden
Picking up an eccentric hitchhiker, a headstrong cowboy and spirited waitress discover they're all inextricably linked by the past. Set in Maryland 1980 and 1967's civil rights riots, ONAJE traces the long journey from violent racism to a hopeful future.
1h 45m   Local   FringeNYC
Drama   Comedy   
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One Christmas Eve
Schondeikkan Productions in Association with The Journey Company
Writer: Gretchen Cryer, Lynne Halliday, James Hindman, Arlene Hutton, and Craig Pospisil, Song by Gretchen Cryer
Director: Chris Goutman
Six interlinked stories in a Midwestern shopping mall on Christmas Eve - a time for last-minute choices and reckonings, regrets and laughter, second chances and flights of daring.
1h 20m   Local   FringeNYC
Comedy   Drama   
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OPENING NIGHT
Devin and Kristina Comedy
Writer: Kristina Grosspietsch and Devin O'Neill
Director: Matt Alspaugh
8 characters played by 2 actresses experience 1 Broadway premiere very differently. Old Hollywood icons feud, stagehands flirt and everyone else? They’re just trying to keep up in this fast-paced homage to the theater. Anything can happen on OPENING NIGHT!
1h Local   FringeNYC
Comedy   Drama   
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OPIE
Writer: Patriac Coakley, Megan Johns, Olivia Nielsen
Director: Megan Johns
OPIE is sketch comedy at its most heartfelt and absurd. Watch this Chicago duo explore what happens when love grows in inconvenient places, and when relationships are pushed to the brink. They like to laugh, but they love to cry.
1h National   FringeNYC
Improv/Sketch/Stand-up   Comedy   
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