BIG TOP MACHINE by Kevin Augustine
Setting ancient hero mythology against our modern yearnings for magic, an aerialist performer joins a corporate-owned circus in search of wonder but finds an underworld sideshow instead.
BROWN AND BLACK AND WHITE ALL OVER by Antonio Sacre
A sincere, urgent, and often humorous account of a week-long men’s gathering in the woods that asks deeply personal and politcal questions of race, indentity, and the possibility of healing.
ICARUS AND ARIA by Kirk Wood Bromley
A boy and a girl in Phoenix, AZ fall in love; he's a star quarterback for the football team her father owns and his brother is the biggest drug dealer in town; like Romeo and Juliet, but in a Latino/Redneck world.
LINGUISH by Edward Einhorn
Four relative strangers are quarantined with a new disease that causes aphasia, the neurological disorder that takes away one's ability to use language, and are forced to find new ways to communicate.
LOLA MONTEZ IN BAVARIA... by John Jahnke
Explores the relation of fame to motivation, and the reconstruction of identity to success, and finds as its protagonists the nineteenth century figures of Lola Montez and King Ludwig I of Bavaria, whose obsessions with fame and power triggered a revolution, resulting in the loss of his throne.
MISSHAPEN JACK, THE NEBRASKA HUNCHBACK by Trav S.D.
A journey through one man’s fevered brain as he attempts to persuade us through the power of his words to join him in his quest to confront the evil represented by the title character.
A sampling of excellent indie plays from the first years of the New York International Fringe Festival