A complete list of shows with times and venue information will be available on their website at www.FringeNYC.org when tickets go on sale. FringeNYC guide booklets will be available at all Manhattan Borders Books and Music outlets beginning Aug. 2.
This year's FringeNYC will feature nearly 200 works from ten countries and fifteen states. For the first time, the summer staple will add many West Village venues. Among the spaces include Bank Street Theater, Bottle Factory Theater, Cherry Lane Studio, Fat Chance Productions Ground Floor Theatre, Greenwich House, Greenwich Street Theatre, La Tea, Linhart Theatre, Our Lady of Pompeii, Red Room, The Great Hall, The Independent, The Kraine, The Play Room, Under St Marks, Washington Square UMC, Westbeth Community Center, Wings Theatre Company, Wollman Auditorium and Wollman Lounge.
The New York International Fringe Festival (FringeNYC), which boasts the title of "the largest multi-arts festival in North America," will include outdoor performances (FringeAlFresco), panel discussions, workshops and conferences (FringeU), as well as family-oriented shows and activities for children (FringeJr).
Past FringeNYC productions include the Tony Award-winning Urinetown and Off-Broadway's Never Swim Alone, 21 Dog Years: Doing Time @ Amazon.com, As You Like It and Debbie Does Dallas.
Tickets to the Fringe Festival are $15 and can be purchased in person at FringeCentral, located at Manhattan Theatre Source (177 MacDougal at Eighth Street), beginning Aug. 1. For more information, visit www.fringenyc.org or call (212) 279-4488.