Love in the Time of Swine Flu: A comedy about sex, dating and everything else terrifying

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161 Chrystie St, New York, NY 10002
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Love in the Time of Swine Flu

RUN dont walk to see this FringeNYC show - it is fantastic! Great group of talented actors and a great show - dont miss it!!

Side-splitting sketches by talented troupe!

We had the opportunity to see "Love in the Time of Swine Flu" last night on the opening of FringeNYC and were ecstatic that wed had the privilege. This comedy team is supremely talented, offering hilarious twists on current events painted with witty jabs. An absolute must-see from an absolute must-love group of actors!

I'm hooked

This group is able to make timely social commentary hilarious and provide a great time at the same time. As a native New Englander I can confidently say that any New York audience will LOVE this show.

Awesome on Every Level

Ive seen a couple of these shows and enjoyed it more each time. As a fellow performer, thats the mark of an awesome piece. The Stupid Time Machine folk are just as pleasant off stage as they are funny on it.

NYC is so lucky!

Some of the most talented writers and performers weve have the privileged of hosting at our Austin and Dallas Theaters!

NYC is so lucky!

Some of the most talented writers and performers weve have the privileged of hosting at our Austin and Dallas Theaters!

Witty and well crafted sketch comedy at its best!

I had the pleasure of seeing LITTOSF in Austin at The New Movement- and the guys at Stupid Time Machine really know how to put together a sketch show. My boyfriend had never seen a live sketch show, and was completely cracking up the whole time- and even asked to see them again if they ever came back to town. I highly recommend for the true sketch comedy or improv lover.

Don't knock the South until you've tried it.

An extremely fun, light hearted satire, that will keep you laughing. This is an excellent chance for New Yorkers to see how a, top notch, Southern comedy troupe New Orleans feels about the current state of affairs in America; I think theyll find theyre not too far off from their own.

RE:Love in the Time of Swine Flu

This show, while exploring what should be the shopworn tropes of modern dating and mating, is fresh, provocative and most importantly, hilarious. The first time I saw it, I was ill and had just worked a 14 hour day and was ready for bed; by the end, I was ready to go out looking for cringe-inducing love of my own.