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The Maxamoo Podcast Previews the 2016 New York International Fringe Festival

The Maxamoo Podcast Previews the 2016 New York International Fringe Festival

We discuss what we're looking forward to at the 20th annual New York International Fringe Festival. Jose, Jack, Liz and Lindsay describe the weird, sincere, and wacky one-person shows, musicals, and dramas that caught our attention among the nearly 200 shows at this year's festival. Fringe NYC runs August 12-28, 2016 at 16 venues across lower Manhattan (and Central Park). Tickets are only $18/show.

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What we're excited about:

Iphigenia Among the Taurians adapted from Euripides

While Ophelia's Korean Drum Weeps adapted from William Shakespeare by Ji-Young Choi

At the Crossroads: Music for Faust by Modern Robot

Night of the Living N-Word by Kevin R. Free

Happy Lucky Golden Tofu Panda Dragon Good Time Fun Fun Show! comedy by Kate Rigg and Leah Ryan, music by Slanty Eyed Mama

The Unusual Tale of Mary & Joseph's Baby music and lyrics by Don Chaffer, book by Chris Cragin-Day

Walken on Sunshine by Dave Droxler, music by James Rushin

Homo Sapiens Interruptus by Carlos Dengler

Canuck Downunder by Jessica Kazamel

Transcend by Kilusan Bautista

Love Me Forever Billy H. Tender by Jesse LaVercombe (read Jose's interview with Jesse on StageBuddy)

The Fucking Problem by Emily Alexander and Nate Dobson

Girl Versus Corinth by Danny Baird

Richard III (A One Woman Show) by William Shakespeare, adapted by Kolbrun Bjort Sigfusdottir and Emily Carding

Red Devil Moon by Robert Earl Price, music and lyrics by Pam Ortiz

What are you looking forward to seeing at Fringe NYC? Did we miss your favorite? Let us know on Twitter at Maxamoo, Jose, Jack, Liz and Lindsay.

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About MaxamooThe Maxamoo Podcast Previews the 2016 New York International Fringe Festival

On Maxamoo's New York City Theater Podcast we cut through that chaos and just tell you: what's good, what's bad, and what we recommend.

We base our recommendations on the quality and characteristics of the production, not theater size. So the terms Broadway, Off Broadway, and Off Off Broadway (which are all technical terms describing the location and number of seats in a theater) are not important to us.

We strive to include diverse, interesting, and innovative productions, shows you're probably missing if you rely on mainstream publications like the New York Times, The New Yorker, and Time Out New York, which cover only a tiny fraction of the arts, culture, and theater world.

The best way to stay up-to-date about New York City theater is to subscribe to our podcast on iTunes or Stitcher. Maxamoo covers New York City theater through our podcast programing, including roundtable discussions on Maxamoo's New York City Theater Podcast and artist interviews on the Playwrights & Performers Podcast.

Subscribe to Maxamoo's Theater and Performance Podcast for free on iTunes or Stitcher.

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