FringeNYC: Sex and Relationships

No basic, will-they-or-won't-they rom-coms here. These FringeNYC shows explore more complicated aspects of sex and relationships: the good, the bad, the ugly, and the other. Warning: There may be triggers ahead—it's not all consensual or legal. But these no-holds-barred examinations of our desire to connect and couple are sure to stimulate your senses.

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Note: Shows are organized in ShowScore order, and productions are removed once they close.

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The Secret Life of Your Third Grade Teacher (FringeNYC)

Members say: Funny, Delightful, Entertaining, Clever, Absorbing
91
Critics
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2 reviews
Members
91
43 reviews

A FringeNYC Encore: When you teach third grade, you can't tell your students everything. Micaela Blei comes clean about classroom disasters, falling in love, and forging letters from an imaginary Queen.

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This autobiographical solo show is written and performed by two-time Moth GrandSLAM champion Micaela Blei.

 

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It's Chill (FringeNYC)

Members say: Entertaining, Great acting, Funny, Relevant, Clever
86
Critics
85
2 reviews
Members
85
21 reviews

Part of FringeNYC: The play takes place on the eve of Annie’s twenty-fourth birthday, when she is ditched by all but two of her friends. Although she tries to portray a cool and uncaring exterior, on the inside it kills her.

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Categories: Comedy, Drama, Local. From The Flashbulb Project. Written by Isabelle Barbier. Directed by Michael Malanga.

FROM THE ARTIST:
"It's Chill" is brought to you by The Flashbulb Project, a NYC based production company formed in 2014 out of The Atlantic Acting School Conservatory.

Flashbulb: (noun) Burns with a brilliant flash to provide momentary illumination to a subject.

"It's Chill" by Isabelle Barbier . Director: Michael Malanga. Cast: Isabelle Barbier, Eleonore Ley, Shimrit Ildis, Theo Maltz, and Michael Malanga. Assistant Director: Pedro Aijon. Stage Manager: Justin Chiao. Production Manager: Emily Seymour.

 

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