Oh February and March, the time for love and Spring breaks. It’s also the time for cold weather and post-holiday depression. It’s a toss up to find out if February and March are good months or bad months, so I always remind myself that they are also the months for the FRIGID Festival to invade the Lower East Side. Every year, dozens of […]Read more ›
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Brace yourself, New York. It’s the middle of August which means Fringe NYC has taken over our precious city. A great time to be a theater lover, this annual producer’s extravaganza is ripe with the up-and-coming talent that will dominate the scene for years to come in our city and beyond. Some productions come ready. Impressing everyone. Making sure the […]Read more ›
Last night, on a cold NYC evening, I venture to the Lower East Side of this beautiful city to watch a one woman show. The show is called “A Kind Shot,” which came with some buzz from the very important Fringe Festival, and it was located in the well known theater the Nuyorican Poets Cafe. I was excited for two […]Read more ›
Every year I am excited for August to roll around for two reasons; my mother’s birthday and The Fringe NYC Festival. Whether volunteering at the various venues during the festival or just sitting back and watching the different plays, I always enjoy the festival. This year the Fringe festival is celebrating its 18th anniversary and this year’s catchy theme is “Fringe […]Read more ›
Even before the start of the show, Lee J. Kaplan’s performance is in full swing as viewers attempt to find their seats. Kaplan exercises strenuously, jumping rope, boxing and fighting his imaginary demons. Bully, a one man show by Lee J. Kaplan, shown during NYC’s Fringe Festival, is a visceral experience encapsulating his intense meditations on being bullied as a […]Read more ›