Works will include Erik de Waal's one-man Canterbury Tales, Atomic Vaudeville 's Legoland, Wits End by Sandra Shamas, The Burning Bush! by Tracey Erin Smith, Naught But Pirates by Sean Owens and Curriculum Vitae by Jimmy Hogg. While some artists will be local, others will be traveling from locations such as San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boulder, Canada, Barcelona, Cape Town and London.
The festival touts itself as the first-ever New York City festival sponsored by the Canadian Association of Fringe Festivals.
The venues are Horse Trade's Kraine Theater and The Red Room at 85 East 4th Street and Under St. Marks at 94 St. Marks Place. For tickets call (212) 868-4444 or visit www.FRIGIDnewyork.info.