The New York International Fringe Festival will be split into two, with one slate in Manhattan and a “bring your own venue” slate in the other boroughs.
After taking a year off, the New York International Fringe Festival will come back next October as it continues to look for a permanent home.
Organizers of the summer festival, which has been produced for 20 years, say the hiatus will be used to reconsider the festival’s mission.
A critic revisits the festival for “The Box Show,” “Thud!,” a new “Cyrano,” “Night of the Living N-Word!!” and “Roadkill.”
Another theater critic roves through the festival, finding an ambitious revival here and many a hapless drama there.
A dozen-show dive into the New York International Fringe Festival, which has nearly 200 shows on offer.
Artists in the New York International Fringe Festival used their creativity to secure rehearsal locations that wouldn’t break the bank.