Category Archives: New York International Fringe Festival

Critic’s Notebook: FringeNYC: Plays That Are Bold, Daring and Full of Lust

A critic revisits the festival for “The Box Show,” “Thud!,” a new “Cyrano,” “Night of the Living N-Word!!” and “Roadkill.”

Critic’s Notebook: FringeNYC, a Grab Bag That Calls for Intuition, Not to Mention Dumb Luck

Another theater critic roves through the festival, finding an ambitious revival here and many a hapless drama there.

Critic’s Notebook: A Double Dose of Divine, and Other Reports From the Fringe Festival

The New York International Fringe Festival, now in full swing, features glimmers of talent and skill amid the amateurism and malfunctioning air-conditioners.