Publicity photo for Gay Camp
(© Phillip Fazio)
Publicity photo for Gay Camp
(© Phillip Fazio)
Additional shows have been added to the seventh annual FringeNYC Encore Series, which will play in rotating repertory at SoHo Playhouse, The Huron Club, and The Players Theater, September 7-30.

Newly announced selections will include Matt Smith's solo All My Children, about a man tracking down the now-grown children of long-ago girlfriends, telling them he's their real father; Below, about group of survivors dwelling beneath an abandoned toxic metropolis; Canon in D Minor, a poetic story of friendship and forgiveness; Danny Visconti Is Hill-Bent: My Night with Hillary Clinton, detailing the results of a a chance meeting with the Secretary of State; Gay Camp, featuring "confused" campers sent to be cured at Camp Acceptance; and Have I Got a Girl For You, about a gay musical theatre actor running a female escort agency.

Additional FringeNYC Encores shows are Lennon in Denmark, in which a young woman's encounter with the rock legend changes her life; Mahmoud, Iranian actress Tara Grammy's three-character solo; Nightfall on Miranga Island, in which a swashbuckling hero tracks down a legendary pirate; Pulp Shakespeare, set imagining what the cult film Pulp Fiction would look like if written by the Bard; Rated M for Mature, a dark comedy following a bullied teen; Standby - The Musical, featuring five travelers awaiting the flight of their lives; Super Sidekick: The Musical, in which a lowly sidekick is called on to save the day; This Too Shall Suck, a merry romp through performance anxiety, professional Scrabble, stand-up comedy and the psych ward; and The Zebra Shirt of Lonely Children, Matthew Trumbull's monologue centering around the death of his father, who donates his cadaver to science.

These shows join the previously announced selections 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche, Independents, Pieces, and Salamander Starts Over.

Click here for more information and FringeNYC Encores tickets.