"There is really nothing better than a show you love."Read More
"Theatre is about exploring life."Read More
"You get to experience something that moves you."Read More
"Theatre is usually a kid's first experience with art."Read More
"It helps to know an actor."Read More
"You get to watch it connect to life."Read More
"It's cool, it's cheap."Read More
"We're here celebrating the birth of our daughter."Read More
Q: Have you seen their work before?
A: (left) Back in high school, when they were in plays then.
A: (left) One of our good friends is one of the performers and she told us about the play and how good it is and the political implications. So we thought it would be interesting to come down and see it.Read More
A: (right) Mostly we wanted to see two in one night, but college loan stuff is kind of a big deal for everyone in our generation right now. So, it caught my eye when I did see it.Read More
A: We just moved back to the city a week ago, so we are excited to be here to support her.Read More
A: (right) Just looking forward to it.Read More
A: I love The Fringe Festival. I've seen some really cool things and I've seen some really weird things here. They've all been really great experiences. Fringe offers people a wide range of experiences.Read More
Q: Why do you think Fringe is important for New York City?
A: It's important because it brings the community together in a way that individual production companies just can't do.
A: Not usually. Usually I like to read a synopsis...Read More
Q: What made you want to come see this show?
A: (right) Our roommate is in it!