The Conveniences of Modern Living Plays FringeNYC

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The world premiere of Daniel John Kelley and Emily Plumb's The Conveniences of Modern Day Living, a play that takes a whimsical approach to grief, continues to Aug. 28 at The Players Theatre as part of The New York International Fringe Festival. Performances began Aug. 17.

Plumb directs a cast including Maya Baldwin, David Ian Lee, Jessica Love, Zack Palomo, Rory Sheridan and Tavia Trepte.

According to production notes, "In the wake of losing their child, a married couple must decide where their future lies: Is it with a romantic talking dryer who dreams of her homeland of IKEA? An adventurous ten-year old boy who dreams of true love and basketball camp? Or with leaving behind the memories that still haunt their home?"

The play's performance schedule is: Aug. 21 at 9:30 PM, Aug. 22 at 8 PM and Aug. 28 at 12 PM.

The Players Theatre is located at 115 Macdougal Street. For tickets, visit

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