This Key Info Page Was Most Recently Updated: August 7th 2014
Key FringeNYC 2014 Info
For whatever you might want to know about FringeNYC 2014—plus
a bunch of resources you may not have even realized existed—please check
out the following:
For the FringeNYC 2014 program guide, please click here.
For the official map
& schedule guide to FringeNYC 2014, please click here.
for a show based on its title, company, writer, director, choreographer,
broad category, showtimes, venue, place of origin, and/or ethnicity,
please click here and then use the search feature on the
links to all FringeNYC 2014 shows, ordered alphabetically,
please click here.
For a chronological
list of FringeNYC 2014 shows, complete with runtimes, in an
Excel spreadsheet (great for planning a schedule if you'll be catching
multiple shows per day), please click here.
For a concise
text-only list of FringeNYC 2014 shows, ordered alphabetically,
with only descriptions, running times, venues, and showtimes (great for
printing out and taking with you), please
If you're seeking family-friendly
shows, you can find productions likely to be enjoyed by kids here and
that may be of interest to teens here.
For a guide to FringeCentral at 114 Norfolk Street in the Lower East Side, closest to the Delancey Street stop on the F subway and the Essex Street stop on the J/M/Z subways, please click
For information on buying
tickets (options range from $18 for
single tickets in advance, to $15 each when you commit to buying 10 tickets,
to an all-you-can-see pass for $500), please click here.
If you're seeking other discounts, and you're okay with obtaining tickets
from the FringeCentral box
office at least 24 hours in advance of the show, please note:
If you're 65 or older, you can purchase any ticket available at the
box office for $13.
If you have a child under 12 who you want to take to a Fringe Jr.
show, bring your child to the box office to pay just $13 for his/her ticket. You
can find a list of this year's Fringe Jr. shows by clicking here.
There are three forms of tickets available: small physical slips of paper (similar to MTA MetroCard receipts) purchased via the FringeCentral box office, PDF tickets that you buy online and then print out as entire sheets of paper, and electronic tickets you display on your phone.
Each ticket, regardless of its form, includes a scannable code. If you're using your phone, please be sure to raise the brightness high for the ticket checker to ensure your code can be scanned quickly and easily. If your phone has a crack across its screen, please be aware that you might not be able to get the ticket scanned properly; in this case, opt for a printed ticket instead.
For a guide to the 18 venues playing
host to FringeNYC 2014 shows, please click
For info on seeing free outdoor FringeNYC 2014 teasers—that
previews of FringeNYC 2014 shows, please
To learn more about Fringe Club, which
also provides live previews of FringeNYC 2014 shows, but in a late-night
setting that makes it easy to casually mingle with FringeNYC artists, please
To learn about free panel discussions on subjects
related to FringeNYC 2014 shows and/or theatre,
To listen online to FringeNYC-related
interviews & after-show festivities, please click
To read FringeNYC 2014's official newspaper Propaganda online,
To follow FringeNYC on Facebook, please click
To follow FringeNYC on Twitter, please click
to frequently asked questions, please click here.
To make puppets on August 15-16, please click here.
To see shows
for free by becoming a volunteer,
please click here.