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NEW YORK INTERNATIONAL FRINGE FESTIVAL
Behind the "Music": "The Radicalization of Rolfe" Gets a Second Coming at NYC Fringe Encore Series
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A Curated Guide to the New York Fringe Festival's 20th Anniversary Season
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The Mormon Bird Play
Opens in New York
Filmmaker, 'Capitol Hill' series, "Fallen Jewel", "Waxie Moon"
Book of Mormon
continues to conquer audiences with its disarming blend of raw heart and blasphemy, another excellent and equally subversive play about the Mormon faith will soon have its East Coast premiere at this year's New York International Fringe Festival.
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NYC Girls Challenge Weiner Campaign: Stop Slut-Shaming
Director of Anti-Trafficking Policy & Advocacy at Sanctuar...
You see, we've always dreamed that one day, when we left our high school hallways, we'd be free of certain painful things like standardized tests, Chaucer, and...slut-shaming. You brought us back to a heartbreaking, frustrating reality.
Shows Sink Or Swim At FringeNYC
Gay Camping It Up
follows the story of several young campers who are sent by their parents to Camp Acceptance to "cure" their homosexuality.
The Benefits of Marriage on Playwriting: Mac Rogers and Saundra Yaklin
Co-founder, Works by Women
Rogers often remarks that the plays that he's written since dating Yaklin, whom he married in an irreverent DIY ceremony in a Pennsylvania barn two years ago, have a different emotional life inspired by their relationship.
Hunting For Breakthroughs At FringeNYC
Theatre Fights Back: A Review Of 'As The Boat Approaches'
Research Analyst, Center for Data Innovation
Theatrical form may be up against an impossible adversary in film, but it can be awfully heroic when a director doesn't seem to care.
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Theater: Top 5 Picks for NYC Fringe Fest Encores
The best and worst part of fringe festivals is the sheer volume of shows. You can't possibly see them all, so here are my five top picks for shows worth seeing.
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