Long Island City's Secret Theatre presents its fourth annual UnFringed Festival featuring five new full-length productions playing five performances each. More…
'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.
'PANIC! ' 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.
See it if I saw two shows, "A Kreutzer Sonata" (play) and "New Dawn" (musical). Kreutzer was good and New Dawn was great.
Don't see it if You are not interested in young performers with fresh ideas in a small theater in Queens.
See it if Saw New Dawn last week and I was blown away. The entire cast were brilliant and the writing was both relevant and important for today.
Don't see it if Let's just say I bought another ticket to go see New Dawn again.