PHOTOS: LGBT Highlights of FringeNYC 2014
BY Advocate Contributors
August 08 2014 4:00 AM ET
Depression: The Musical
A songwriter finds she may be a lesbian alcoholic in Marianne Pillsbury's semiautobiographical pop-rock tuner about falling apart and picking up the pieces — with or without pills and therapy.
Barry Levey, a Jewish playwright and performer, leaves his non-Jewish boyfriend at home to embark on a journey to find and challenge Holocaust deniers from Illinois to Iran.
Bjorn Berkhout's musical comedy reimagines Shakespeare's The Tempest on Fire Island, where Madam Sparrow, a mysterious innkeeper, seeks vengeance on unsuspecting men from her past.
I Am Not I
Jane, who has a girlfriend, struggles with her gender identity in Laura Abbott's family drama. How will Jane's folks react if their teenage daughter wears a tux to her quinceañera?
Love at Home
From their teens in the '90s to the passing of Proposition 8, two San Francisco sisters, a lesbian and a Mormon, struggle to find mutual understanding and acceptance in Mary Matoula Webb's drama.
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