The Church of St. Luke in the Fields
Latter Gay Saint
The Great Brown Bear
The Long Rail North
No Sympathy for the Wolf
(Pictured) The Gibson Girl
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BOTTOM LINE: A modern, feminist take on the Dracula story.
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BOTTOM LINE: Actor and former Daily Show correspondent Aasif Mandvi brings his funny, poignant and timely one-man show about Indian immigrants in New York City back to the stage twenty years after its Obie-winning debut.
BOTTOM LINE: Max Crumm, Allie Trimm, and Leslie Hiatt add charm to the musical rom-com The Evolution of Mann.
BOTTOM LINE: The fabulous, fierce, and fluorescent-haired denizens of Kink Haüs dance their way through contemporary queer life.
BOTTOM LINE: Stefano's detailed theatrical memo on Anna Politkovskaya opens a window through which to peek into the slain journalist's life and work.
BOTTOM LINE: Live In Theater’s LARP experience is an End-of-the-World party where you clear up the mess of the character you’ve created.
The NY International Fringe Festival runs October 1 - 31, 2018.FringeNYC runs October 12 -28.
We will be reviewing many of the shows in the festival.