FringeNYC Will Hear The Most Mediocre Story Never Told

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Jay Sefton's solo show The Most Mediocre Story Never Told — part of the New York International Fringe Festival – will play the Actors' Playhouse beginning Aug. 15.

Following an award-winning run in Los Angeles last fall, Debra De Liso will direct Sefton in his 60-minute one-man play that is scheduled to run through Aug. 26. David Rambo and Christopher Massimine present the FringeNYC engagement. Press notes read: "In this deconstruction of the traditional one-person show, playwright and performer Jay Sefton dismantles his story exploring the nature of memory, its unreliability, and the obstacles it presents toward living in the present. His journey to move beyond his past finds him in Philadelphia ‘on a cross in a diaper’, in Lexington, Kentucky for the 1985 Men’s NCAA final four, in a bar at the Jersey Shore and locking horns with a Stones-loving foul mouth Philadelphian hell bent on taking control."

For tickets and further information phone (212) 279-4488 or visit FringeNYC. The Actors' Playhouse is located at 100 7th Ave between Grove and Bleecker Streets.

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