Hot Sheet: The Happy, Sad Dog Days of Summer
BY Advocate.com Editors
August 16 2013 11:01 AM ET
3. THEATER: New York International Fringe Festival
Fringe NYC, the largest multi-arts festival in North America, opened last week, but it still offers plenty of chances to have a gay old time before it closes August 25. There are LGBT-themed shows aplenty; just a few of the titles of interest are En Avant! An Evening With Tennessee Williams, portraying the great playwright discussing his work, loves, and demons; Sparkle Hour!, in which a gay video-game enthusiast gets drawn into a hookup site, among other adventures; 2&2, about a man attracted to his sister’s boyfriend; and The 3rd Gender, set in a futuristic world ruled by beings who exist in an intermediate state between male and female. For the full schedule and more info, go to FringeNYC.org.
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