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Winterfest 2017 (New York Theater Festival)

Members say: Absorbing, Profound, Ambitious, Edgy, Intense
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This two-and-a-half month festival of new works is also a competition, with monetary prizes awarded for best production, best performer, best director, and more. All shows run between 10 and 90 minutes.

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This year's festival includes 'Two Conceive,' a drama about the battle between our age-old attachment to God and the growing advancement of technology; 'Blair,' in which a rich old man summons his children to offer apologies and give them their inheritance; 'Emerald Eyes,' a mental hospital drama loosely inspired by 'The Wizard of Oz,' and many more. Visit the official website for the complete lineup and to buy tickets.


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Absorbing, Ambitious, Edgy, Profound

See it if You like theater-in-the-works. Intimate setting. "Hudson Guild's" theatre is quite nice, though initially apprehensive. Saw "I am Irish"...

Don't see it if "I am Irish" deals with accents, homosexuality, prejudice, and sexual abuse... Needs development, but, was ok. Don't see if all bothers u

Absorbing, Intense, Thought-provoking, Profound

See it if Norma Jeane at the Payne Whitney Psychiatric Clinic.

Don't see it if This show is part of the Winterfest.

Also I am the author/director of this show so obviously I am not objective,... Read more Read less