Long Island City's Secret Theatre presents its fourth annual UnFringed Festival featuring five new full-length productions playing five performances each.
'A Kreutzer Sonata' by Larry Rinkel - August 9-29: A talented Jewish music student faces the challenges of dealing with a crass but lovable gentile roommate.
' by Jason Jung - August 10-30: A historical drama which centers on the events surrounding the Earl of Essex Rebellion in February, 1601.
'New Dawn' by Aaron Michael Krueger - August 11-31: A new musical about a high-school football captain whose seemingly perfect life begins to fall apart.
'Afterlife' by Coni Koepfinger - August 12-September 1: In a society in which men and women are taught to despise each other, love can be suppressed for only so long.
'More' by Sarah Elizabeth Grace - August 18-September 2: A three-character play about addiction, centering around Laura, a recovering alcoholic and working actress living with her college sweetheart.
For more information, visit the fest's official website.