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Three completely scientific lectures on "How to Become Batman," "Star Wars vs. Star Trek," and "Godzilla: History, Biology and Behavior of Hyper-evolved Theropod Kaiju." With music, burlesque, special guests and Q&As. Please note: Material covered WILL be on the final.
In this hilarious, groundbreaking performance, Julie Novak embraces being a "sir, ma'am, sir," in a world that wants her to choose one or the other. "Laugh out loud funny... Julie is a magnetic, comedic powerhouse." –Sari Botton
Murder, drugs, bisexuality, & real estate all in one show! After his dad dies, Alex struggles to find himself. An honest, vulnerable, & funny story about how one Jersey boy rose from being a fat nerd with glasses into an elite NYC real estate broker.
A sensitive German moves to NYC and finds herself haunted by her inherited guilt. How will she earn forgiveness? Work clandestinely in a Kosher restaurant? Exorcise her Germanness with energy healing? A true story about going too far for redemption.
Through storytelling and re-enactment, Beth shares her uncommonly honest coming of age story. From being a chubby girl with birthmarks in Erie, PA where she gets her ideas about love from watching movies and television, to New York City where her dreams come true and then are shattered, her story unfolds through the use of comedy and the ritual of making up a bed. A funny, poignant and uplifting celebration of love, life, death and ongoing resurrection.
From his childhood in the Philippines—a Technicolor blur of cartoons and classical music—Jeremy always knew he wanted to be a concert pianist. The Boy from Bantay takes us on his heartwarming journey of growth and self-discovery.
The story of a retired NYPD Detective with an arresting past.
The comedic memoir of Anthony Sneed, who at fourteen brought a gun to school in attempts to fit in with his peers. After expulsion, he is forced to join his Uncle's cult-like community in Missouri.
Navigating his travels in India, an out-since-13 American finds love and must relearn to see queer. Matthew daringly claims his mythic ancestors and messily mashes (pop) cultures. In the sticky space between sexualities, intimate landscapes of sensuous political variety await.
One man leads you through the journey of being the ears for his family. As son and interpreter for his Deaf parents, Tim struggles to find where he belongs between the Deaf and hearing worlds.
All performances will be ASL interpreted.
Annoyed with comedienne stereotypes of the single lady, the girlfriend and the crazy girl, these comics refocus comedic perspective and present two new tongue in cheek, snarky, irreverent, stand up sets, and redefine the "comedienne".
What's harder: Changing your sex, or changing your mind? Exact Change is a witty and poignant one-woman tour-de-force about Christine Howey's transgender journey. Humorous and inspiring, it's a story about championing your identity and finding your voice.
'Mama Elsie -I dreamed of the sea-so we bet 26 on Fafi?' Gys is plagued by the mark on the wall, which catapults him into memories of his past. The African landscape of heat, war, rituals, nightmares and forgiveness.
Things ended with the girl I hoped to marry, so I decided to fall for my male best friend. My search for a safe place to rest my too-many emotions, told with hand-drawn gifs to pretend it's less sad.
When Eleanor Roosevelt became First Lady in 1933, she had a lesbian lover -- Lorena Hickok, a famous journalist. 2336 letters, from Eleanor to Hick, document their relationship. It changed both their lives. "A compelling one-woman show." SF Examiner. "Brilliant." SF Guardian
What if the solution to climate change, world peace, and self-love was something no one wanted to talk about? In this fascinating and hilarious FRED Talk, The Puru empowers audiences to get their sh*t together before it hits the fan.
Join Lee as she chronicles her time growing up in Arkansas as she explored sewing machines, cancer treatment centers, Bill Clinton, and doggie doors. Through a learned sense of humor, she recounts what it was like growing up with Jellybean.
Guys with guns. HOT! Plucked from the crowd by Bob Weir at a Dead show. CRAZY! On tour with the band: Lear jets, pythons, Hells Angels. WOOHOO! A pissed-off drug-kingpin boyfriend. UH-OH. Buckle up, sweetheart. It's one helluva ride.
One humanitarian. Five continents... And her own inescapable butt. Helping girl refugees, Jasmine too is fleeing. One continent's "fat ass" is another's "perfect peach"... Can Jasmine see how her inner war echoes the war around her -- before she's collateral damage?
Best known for stints on Seinfeld, Parenthood, Fridays, and SNL, this is Emmy- and Golden Globe-nominated Maryedith Burrell's hilarious and harrowing one-woman show about the trials and tribulations of modern health care after an accident caused by her dog.
Dorothy Parker reminisces about her life, loves, work, — her famous friends (Fitzgerald, Hemingway, Lillian Hellman…), and the wits of the Algonquin Round Table (Woollcott, Benchley, George Kaufman…), — while selecting stories and poems for her 1944 collection, The Portable Dorothy Parker.
Naive young Civil War bride Beth Ann discovers the joys, heartbreaks and befuddlement of waiting at home for her soldier husband in Possum Creek, Ohio. In a solo show featuring a dozen characters and spanning 30 years, Possum Creek skewers Civil War epics and the documentaries they inspire, and features illicit loves, plagues, a possible romantic interlude with Harriet Tubman, illegitimate babies, and of course, a beloved pig.
An idealistic drama teacher discovers the obstacle is not the inner city students she must conquer but a troubled NYC school system. She engages students with everything she's got, including a rap of Annie, while administration sings only test prep.
Bolstered by kufta and string cheese, Lousine yearns to bring the injustice inflicted on her ancestors to light. Can this meek gay Armenian stand up for herself and recount her great-grandfather Georgi's remarkable story of survival during the Armenian Genocide?
Guy struggles with the phenomenon of sleepwalking while trying to hold on to the love of his life...and not walk out of his apartment naked.
Matt has a big problem... in a very small "package." Don't miss this irresistible show as he exposes male insecurity like you've never seen before. Puberty, orientation, anxiety, love, heartbreak, a solo, self-imposed celibacy and lots of laughter.
David Foster Wallace barely survives the "insanity-producing pampering" provided while on assignment aboard a 7-Night Caribbean Cruise. Meet solicitous fun-managers, Dickensian crewmen, beautiful Petra and Captain Video in this adaptation of his tragicomic tale of Americans adrift.
Tales From Geriassic Park – On the Verge of Extinction, returns to The United Solo Theatre Festival for an Encore Performance. Last year, the production won an award for Best Comedic Script and played to sold-out houses at the United Solo Festival. Tales From Geriassic Park is written and performed by Verna Gillis. Eva Tenuto who is the Executive Director of the TMI Project, directs.
If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, can one still be beautiful when disease erases what society calls beautiful? In this authentic and transparent solo work, one woman recounts her real-life struggle with beauty, love, faith and acceptance.
A comedic and heartfelt coming of age story about finding your Chinese soul. It is Ann Starbuck's true story of living in Beijing as a student in 1988-1989, and working for CNN during the Tiananmen Square Uprising.
Adam Strauss, winner of last year's FringeNYC Overall Excellence Award for Solo Performance, returns with a new show about sex, god, OCD, quantum physics, and the fundamental uncertainty of everything. "Strauss mines a great deal of laughter" -New York Times
The Universe Of Matt Jennings is a "trekkies" coming out story told in "trekkie" fashion. Join Matt Jennings as he explores being black with "white" tendencies, a right brain artist in a left brain family, and a gay christian. Live Long and Prosper.
VGFY reveals the Truth behind Vincent, the Ear, his Death, and his Sacrifice for humanity's Sake. You think you know the Truth?
Vividly reinvented for the stage, the goddess Venus tells her story of desire and rejection in Shakespeare's rarely-performed epic poem.
From playing Meryl Streep's lover in Woody Allen's Manhattan, to her heart-rending film portrayal of Ethel Rosenberg in Citizen Cohn, to her many on and Off-Broadway theater performances, Karen Ludwig has shared the New York stage and screen for over four decades with some of Broadway and Hollywood's biggest stars.
Now, in Where Was I?, Karen tells the funny and poignant story of a lifetime spent in one of our most passionate professions. From her quirky Jewish upbringing in San Francisco to the triumphs and challenges of a professional acting career in New York, Where Was I is a moving and often hilarious journey of a dedicated artist trying to make sense of it all.
Las Vegas, Israel, Seattle, and Germany all come to life in this crazy and touching story. Even at the dramatic climax, when Dor is forced to kill his mother, humor is the main force helping him to overcome the pain.