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The Fall Collection is NYC's biggest, baddest multimedia festival. Each evening is tailor-made, seamlessly weaving one-act plays with short films and videos, then capping off the night with a party and musical act creating a unique entertainment experience to transport the audience. Every all-night one-person ticket includes the following: Three (3) one-act theatrical performances Two (2) short films One (1) band or DJ One (1) Complimentary Drink Film The 18 amazing shorts include films such as 2004 Sundance-winning short "Gowanus, Brooklyn" by Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden, about a 12-year-old girl who discovers a dark secret about her teacher. Also among the screened shorts will be Fritz Donnelly's "bizarre, funny, Andy Kaufman-like" (Seattle Weekly) TO THE HILLS and the short "Volotrons", a brilliant take on the creativity to be found in that which is right at our fingertips. Another short, Cam Archer's "bobbycrush," is the story of a 13-year-old boy with a crush on his best friend who is himself crushed when that friend finds a girlfriend. Theatre The Fall Collection features some of New York's most daring performance artists. Written by Topher Payne and directed by Rodney Hakim, the hysterical "Entertaining Lesbians" puts "Frasier," "I Love Lucy," And Curb Your Enthusiasm" in a blender and adds a dollop of political incorrectness. "Springtime" is a moving story of sacrifice and love in the chronicle of two women's struggle to survive with grace and beauty in a hostile world, and is directed by Alexis Poledouris from Obie Award-winner Maria Irene Fornes' script. Music The music lineup gets down with the melting pot of the New York scene. From the hip hop beats spun by DJ DD Rej to the flirtatious French bistro surf vibe of the five-piece La Laque, The Fall Collection will be featuring a diverse range of beats and styles performed by some of the most promising up-and-coming talent in the music world today.

Show Details

  • Dates:Closed on
  • Location:
    Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural Center, Off-Off-Broadway