DONALD TRUMP DIES IN THE END Added To FringeNYC Lineup
Donald Trump DIES IN THE END, a new play by Travis Ferguson has just been added to the FringeNYC lineup with shows 10/31-11/4. This one of a kind Theatrical Experience invites audiences directly into the 'room where it happens', with Trump, his sons, Ivanka and Jared, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and a few other surprise guests. This is a black-tie event with an evening formalwear dress code that will be enforced and tickets for this special live event are limited. Tickets are $49 and the show has an adult content advisory rating of NC-17. The production will have added security, all bags will be inspected prior to entering the theatre. A portion of proceeds will go to civil rights and free speech causes.
A crowd-funding page (www.DonaldTrumpDiesInTheEnd.com) launches today and Donald Trump DIES IN THE END is proud to be participating in the FringeNYC Fringe Festival and the inaugural FringeBYOV (Bring Your Own Venue) Program.
This show is meant to be a respite from helplessness in our current political chaos, but it is not for the faint of heart...this show is quite possibly the most offensive and insulting character assassination of the first family to date and will be an evening you will NEVER forget. Audience members will have the opportunity to enjoy Guillo-tini Cocktails at the show.
The show runs from October 31 - Nov 4 at the Brick Theatre in Williamsburg.
- October 31 @ 9:30pm
- November 1 @ 7pm
- November 3 @ 7pm
- November 4 @ 2pm
- November 4 @ 8pm
Travis Ferguson is a New York based playwright and librettist. He is a graduate of NYU, Tisch School of the Arts. In 2011, he served as book writer and lyricist of the award-winning musical THE LEGEND OF Julie Taymor, or The Musical That Killed Everybody! which premiered at the New York International Fringe Festival and extended Off-Broadway as part of the FringeNYC Encores series. In 2012, his musical, Jesse James: DEAD OR ALIVE premiered in collaboration with The Workshop Theatre Company in New York City. Various short plays by Travis have been produced in and around NYC. In 2010, Travis conceived and developed the popular "Be a Broadway Star" board game with producer Ken Davenport, which is sold internationally and has been featured on "The Today Show" as one of Kathie Lee Gifford's 'Favorite Things.' Travis' most recent full-length play Lucy & Vincente has had private readings since early 2014 in New York and Oregon, with an industry workshop slated for Winter, 2018 in NYC. In 2017, Travis founded The Hell's Kitchen Agency, a boutique talent agency in midtown manhattan that is dedicated to diversity and inclusion in the arts and seeks serve artists of color, gender minority and The differently-abled.