This Key Info Page Was Most Recently Updated: August 18th 2016
Key FringeNYC 2016 Info
For whatever you might want to know about FringeNYC 2016—plus
a bunch of resources you may not have even realized existed—please check
out the following:
For the FringeNYC 2016 program guide, map, and schedule guide—which you can view online and/or download as PDF documents—please click here.
To browse through FringeNYC 2016 shows, please click here and click a letter of the alphabet to explore all shows whose titles start with that letter. To learn more about any show, click the chain link icon and/or Twitter icon below its description to view the show's Web pages.
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
left. To learn more about any show, click the chain link icon and/or Twitter icon below its description to view the show's webpages.
For a concise
text-only list of FringeNYC 2016 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.
What was called FringeCentral in previous years has expanded into two locations called FringeLounges. The best one is at 70 East 4th Street (off Second Avenue, closest to the F subway's Second Avenue stop), providing air conditioning, bathrooms, and a spacious space for seating and planning what next shows to see this year.
There's also a FringeLounge at 107 Suffolk Street (between Rivington & Delancey Streets, closest to the F/M/J/Z subways' Delancey Street or Essex Street stops), which is outside in a tent by the Clemente theatres.
Both lounges are within walking distance of most FringeNYC venues..
For a guide to the 16 venues playing
host to FringeNYC 2016 shows, please click
For info on the three free outdoor FringeNYC 2016 shows, and also FringeNYC teasers—that
outdoor previews of FringeNYC 2016 shows, please
To meet up with the cast and creative team behind select shows for drinks after their performances—a feature of the festival called FringePlus—please click
To learn more about Fringe Club, which provides a way to casually mingle with all FringeNYC artists in a late-night party setting, please
To follow FringeNYC on Facebook, please click
To follow FringeNYC on Twitter, please click
to frequently asked questions, please click here.
To see shows
for free by becoming a volunteer,
please click here.