PHOTOS: LGBT Highlights of FringeNYC 2014
BY Advocate Contributors
August 08 2014 5:00 AM ET
Popular gay Australian comedian Joel Creasey, a master raconteur, takes Manhattan with his acclaimed solo show about idols and icons, including Joan Rivers and Meryl Streep.
Skin in the Game
Hunky, underprivileged high school seniors compete overseas for a full-ride university scholarship in Anthony Joseph Giunta's suspenseful thriller.
Childhood friends Cali Bulmash and Emily Lowinger explore the many shades of love — requited, unrequited, straight, queer — in this adult mixtape of comedy, poetry, and improv.
The Teddy Teddy Show Live in NYC
A legendary '90s club kid muses on the current state of NYC nightlife and recalls his heyday on the scene in this solo comedy by Pete Zias.
Inspired by true events, Joe Norton's play tails six AIDS charity bicycle riders who must overcome various obstacles. Can a chicken help them cross the road?
For a full performance schedule visit FringeNYC.org.
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