New York International Fringe Festival Returns For 20th Anniversary

The New York International Fringe Festival returns for its 20th year on August 12th. This year’s lineup features 200 shows in 16 days and showcases theater and dance companies from all around the globe. The 1,100 performances includes varying art forms ranging from vaudeville, opera and dance to performance art, multimedia and stand-up comedy.

FringeNYC is considered to be one the largest multi-arts festivals in North America and includes special ‘Fringe’ events for kids (FringeJR), for high schoolers (FringeHIGH) and for outdoor lovers (FringeAL FRESCO). Visit this link for the full list.

Four different theaters at The Clemente (107 Suffolk St.) will be hosting shows and there are numerous venues participating throughout the East Village.

Shows will run through August 24th | Tickets $18 | Visit the website for a full list of shows

 

“LIARS” Rounds Out No Tea Productions’ Third Season

IMG_0610Actors in No
Tea’s production of LIARS, a play that will “forever change the course
of human existence”. From top left: Jesse Bernath, Sabrina Farhi,
Alicia Barnatchez, Olivia Horton, D. Robert Wolcheck, and Jeff Sproul.

LIARS, a hilarious collection of eight new plays revolving around the idea of “stretching the truth”, wraps up this weekend with a show at UNDER St. Marks, (94 St. Marks Place between A and B) tonight and tomorrow at 8pm.  No Tea Productions Co-founders Lindsey
Moore and Jeff Sproul are thrilled to be producing their sixth show and
hope to continue developing original work.  They are currently a
resident theater company at Horse Trade Theater Group. For more about No Tea and their current show, visit their website here.