FringeNYC Announces 2007 Line-Up of Shows
According to the FringeNYC website, the dozens of shows that will be presented as part of the 2007 New York International Fringe Festival -which annually offers some of the year's most unconventional and daring theatrical fare - have been announced.
"The New York International Fringe Festival (FringeNYC) is the largest multi-arts festival in North America, with more than 200 companies from all over the world performing for 16 days in more than 20 venues that's a total of more than 1300 performances! FringeNYC generates an atmosphere of extreme excitement, and our energy is contagious!," state FringeNYC notes.
Among this year's titles are: Leslie Harrell Dillon's Action Jesus, Celeste Busa's Angst: The New Teen Musical, Anna Sullivan's Anna and the Annadroids: Clone Zone, Chris Craddock, Nathan Cuckow and Aaron Macri's BASH'd - A Gay Rap Opera, Truman Capote's A Beautiful Child, Peca Stefan's Bucharest Calling, Spencer Green and Gary Stockdale's Bukowsical!, the Rebecca M. Quintet's Chekhov Jazz, Marc Stuart Weitz' Days and Nights: Page 121, Lines 11 and 12, Anna Kull and Justin Perkins' Dressing Miss Julie, Doug Thoms' Elektrafire - A Modern Rock Opera, Jeremie Bracka's Enough About Me...Let's Talk About Jew!, Kevin Crook's Farmtrucks: A Corporate Coffee Adventure, Anthony Cerrato's Get Out of Jail Free, Matthew Francis' The Gospel According to Matthew, Mac Rogers' Hail Satan, Nick Salamone's Hillary Agonistes, Isabelle Assanti's Hamlet adaptation Horatio, Luisa Strus' It ain't no fairy tale, Exorcist writer William Peter Blatty, Michael Garin, Erik Frandsen and Robert Hipkins' John Goldfarb, Please Come Home!, Kelly Kinsella Live! Under Broadway, Sarah Greenman's piece about controversial filmmaker Leni Riefenstahl, Leni, Jarrod Jabre's The Life and Times of Martin Luther (Reformed), and Josh Halloway's Lost! How a Certain TV Mega-Hunk Stole My Identity.
Other titles include: Tom Johnson's Madonna and Child and Other Divas, Shona McCarthy's Married to the Sea, Madeline Walters' Mary Brigit Poppleton is Writing a Memoir, Diane Allison's Miriam, Kevin Doyle's not from canada, Phil Geoffrey Bond's The Other Side of Darkness, Roger Peace's Piaf: Love Conquers All, William Whitehurst's Pigeon Man Apocalypse, Patrick Flynn's Princess Mimi, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Frog, Karlton Parris and Louisa Jay's The Ripper's 5, Liza Lentini's Roxy Font, Raquel Almazan's She Wolves: Women in Sex, Death and Rebirth, Mark McDaniels and Donald Garverick's Show Choir! The Musical, Maria Porter's Third Child: Orestes Revisited, Cynthia Robinson and Jimmy Tate's Thunder!: A Musical Memoir, Mary Davenport and Mike Johnson's Tragedy! (A Musical Comedy), Derek Sonderfan's The Unusual Suspects, Ariana Johns and Jolene Adams' Vampingo...a comedy with bite, Kevin So and Kevin Merritt's Victor Woo - The Average Asian American, and Melle Powers' Whence Came Ye Scarlett O'Hara O'Hanrahan.
Visit www.fringenyc.org for more information and for a full listing of FringeNYC 2007 shows.