Meet Sabina England & Allah Earth: The Cycle of Life

Name: Sabina England Tell us about you.  I am a filmmaker, playwright and performance artist. I am profoundly deaf and cannot hear but I work with musicians a lot in my projects. I just won a Jury Award at Lady Filmmakers Film Festival in Beverly Hills, California last month for my short sign language poetry … Continue reading Meet Sabina England & Allah Earth: The Cycle of Life

FringeNYC + FringeBYOV Returns 2018

After a one year hiatus, the New York International Fringe Festival (FringeNYC) returns with a new look.  It also returns with an additional moniker called FringeBYOV (Bring Your Own Venue) which opens the festival and audience members to theatre beyond the borough of Manhattan. Unfortunately, the Bronx wasn't included but kudos to Staten Island for being … Continue reading FringeNYC + FringeBYOV Returns 2018

Martin Denton: A Conversation

Just in case you haven't heard the news,  Martin Denton is closing up shop. He announced on August 31st that he and Rochelle are retiring from the business of theatre. Our community was in shock and sad but grateful and supportive. The Dentons have been an integral part of the independent theatre community for the … Continue reading Martin Denton: A Conversation

FringeNYC Announces Plans For The Future

**Festival moves to October beginning in 2018** After a 1-year hiatus spent evaluating the needs of New York's indie theater community, FringeNYC (New York International Fringe Festival) has unveiled its plans for the next 3 years under Producing Artistic Director Elena K. Holy. Beginning in 2018, FringeNYC will move to October and will have three … Continue reading FringeNYC Announces Plans For The Future

FringeNYC Presents Benefit — And Announces Plans For The Future/Sunday, August 20th

FringeNYC (New York International Fringe Festival) will present FringeNYC 20/20: A Vaudeville, the first ever benefit gala for New York's largest theater and performance festival. FringeNYC 20/20 will celebrate FringeNYC's first twenty years with an evening of eclectic performances by FringeNYC alumni and will include the highly-anticipated first announcement of their vision for the future. … Continue reading FringeNYC Presents Benefit — And Announces Plans For The Future/Sunday, August 20th

Meet Michael Bradley Block & The Illusory Adventures of a Dreamer

Name: Michael Bradley Block What is your current project? The Illusory Adventures of a Dreamer Where are you performing it and why is it the right fit for your piece? The Illusory Adventures of a Dreamer will be presented as part of the 20th Annual New York International Fringe Festival! I've been dreaming to be … Continue reading Meet Michael Bradley Block & The Illusory Adventures of a Dreamer

Guest Blogger: Ian McDonald on Felicity Seidel Being a “Lucky Chick”

From the get go, Felicity Seidel's Lucky Chick entranced me completely.  The show opens with a fairytale style cartoon that tells the story of a young girl trapped in her circumstances that escapes to join a wild carnival of color and joy.  That carnival parallels the audience experience as Felicity takes the stage and, through … Continue reading Guest Blogger: Ian McDonald on Felicity Seidel Being a “Lucky Chick”