By Byrne Harrison
The FRIGID New York Festival has announced it FRIGID Hangover schedule. Featuring the best of the festival, Hangover lets audiences catch some of the shows they may have missed the first time around. The Hangover series begins today and runs through Saturday the 9th at The Kraine Theater (85 East 4th Street between 2nd Ave and Bowery). Tickets ($18/$15 students & seniors) may be purchased online at www.FRIGIDnewyork.info or by calling Smarttix at 212-868-4444.
FRIGID Hangover Schedule
Love in the Time of Time Machines
Presented by The Theatre Elusive – Toronto, Ontario
Written by David Tichauer, Net Petrie, & Gillian English Klein and Gabrielle broke up. That was it. OR WAS IT?! Yes, it was. OR WAS IT?! When time's arrow spins like a compass, do our actions amount to a hill of beans? What do the beans amount to? I don't know, you're the bean expert! Point being...Time Machines!
Monday, March 4 @ 7pm
Written & Performed by John Grady – New York, NY
John Grady's true tales of being picked on, chased down, and beat up, from his youth to adulthood. Will he ever stand and fight? Are bullies and the bullied destined to find each other? If so, who will save him? From the creator of the fringe hit, Fear Factor: Canine Edition.
Monday, March 4 @ 8:45pm
Generic Magic Realism
Presented by Temerity Theatre – Brooklyn, NY
Written by Ed Malin, Directed by DeLisa White, Starring Nat Cassidy
What happens when the magical world of your average South American person is transplanted to a more northern, less magical, more real location? Join Octavio as he discovers poetry, satire, love, birds, chocolate, hippies and explosives on the way from the Andes to San Francisco during the fragrant 1960s.
Thursday, March 7 @ 7pm
Presented by aWe Creative Group - New York, NY
Written by Amy E. Witting, Directed by Bricken Sparacino
Four years after a brief rendezvous Annie and Patrick reunite at Heathrow Airport and discover how life-changing 36 hours can be.
Thursday, March 7 @ 8:45pm
Presented by Estraña Theatre Company - Brooklyn, NY
Written by Jane Shepard, Directed by Christina Massie
The beautiful Kelli eagerly anticipates the blind date her friends have set her up on. To her dismay, it turns out her date is one very disappointed lesbian named Arlin. Mutually appalled, yet appallingly intrigued, they proceed to pull the screws loose on both straight and gay women's culture, to find the common ground between them in the search for true love and self acceptance.
Friday, March 8 @ 7pm
A Day in the Life of Miss Hiccup
Presented by Shoshinz – Tokyo, Japan
Written & Performed by Yanomi
The mysterious Miss Hiccup lives alone, but is definitely not lonely. She is forever accompanied by a raucous cast of sounds and music that make her life an absurd adventure. A hilarious and beautiful story by an award-winning Japanese performer.
Friday, March 8 @ 8:45pm
The God Box
Written & Performed by Antonia Lassar – Brooklyn, NY
A "bagels and schmeaaah" mother discovers her daughter wasn't a practicing Jew. The God Box is a hilarious and poignant tale of how faith is passed on, and what happens when it isn’t.
Saturday, March 9 @ 7pm
The Vindlevoss Family Circus Spectacular
Presented by Animal Engine– New York, NY
Written by Carrie Brown & Karim Muasher
Directed by Mark Gindick
The mustachioed Professor Penelope Vindlevoss discovers Edward the Zombie on her recent anthropological expedition, and takes it upon herself to domesticate him. What is Edward’s final lesson? To put on a circus, of course! Physical comedy and undead logic collide in this quirky fable about how to be truly human.
Saturday, March 9 @ 7pm
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