NY Fringe Festival

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    <the invisible draft>

    At the New Ohio Theater, Preview of the Arts’ abstract Fringe Festival offering, “,” is aesthetically superb but doesn’t offer any coherent meaning.

  • Advice

    Turning a Corner as a Writer and an Actor

    For the first time in my life I have received money in exchange for my words. The corner I turned doesn’t necessarily have to do with the getting-paid part, but allow me to elaborate.

  • Reviews

    NY Review: 'MisSpelled'

    "Bewitched" heads to the borscht belt in this hokey Fringe tuner from D'Jamin Bartlett and Mark Bornfield about a witch and a nebbishy songwriter.

  • Reviews

    An End to Dreaming

    Emma Dean and Jake Diefenbach are talented vocalists and songwriters, but their Fringe show “An End to Dreaming” feels more like a concert than a theater piece.

  • Reviews


    DC Moore’s barroom monologue “Honest,” a Fringe show, purports to reanimate the outrage that spawned Occupy Wall Street, but mostly it’s the sour ramblings of an unlikable drunk.

  • Reviews

    Oasis: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Middle East but Were Afraid to Dance

    A slow, heavy-handed, choreographically repetitive work created by Nejla Y. Yatkin, “Oasis” is nevertheless a lusciously danced exploration of life in the Middle East.

  • News

    Best of the Week Ahead: Aug. 15–21

    The 17th annual FringeNYC; an outdoors production of “Lady Windermere’s Fan” in L.A.; Museum of the Moving Image’s “Persol Magnificent Obsessions” exhibit; an explanation of fair use held at Film Independent; and “Smash,” Season 2, on DVD are what we’re looking forward to this week.