1hr. 20min. (1 intermission)
WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
Born in response to the news that the New York Fringe Festival would not take place in the summer of 2017, FRIDGE Fest is a multidisciplinary theater festival featuring new works of all genres. Audiences can expect a run of unique, thought-provoking plays by both established and emerging artists. All plays include — nay, feature — a fridge.
Half of all the performances at FRIDGE Fest will be Fill Our Fridge nights, in which tickets can be purchased with nonperishable goods instead of money. Donations will be delivered to City Harvest.
Each ticket holder will see two plays in one evening.
The festival features: Moving Day by Jenny King, Rock Paper Scissors by Suzanne Willett, Nick and Zoe by Daniel Talbott, Sad Indie Love Song by Steve McMahon, Funny Voices, or a Thing I Cannot Name by Matthew Minnicino, Two Below Zero by MJ Halberstadt, Scarcity Freezer by Glenn Marla, no seconds by Korde Arrington Tuttle, Joy by Katie Cappiello, and What's in Your Fridge? by Jordan G. Teicher.