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HOT! Festival 2014

  • Price band: 1/4

Escape your humdrum, black-and-white life for the many shades of gay at the 23rd edition of this estimable annual festival of all things same-sex. Amid the smorgasbord are dishes by Enid Ellen, Dandy Darkly, Anna/Kate, David Drake, Nora Burns, MargOH! Channing and many more.

  1. 161A Chrystie St, between Delancey and Rivington Sts, 10002
  2. Free-$15
  3. Sat Jul 26 - Sat Aug 2
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The Religion Thing

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 2/4
  • Critics choice

The Religion Thing. The Cell (see Off-Off Broadway). By Renee Calarco. Directed by Douglas Hall. With ensemble cast. Running time: 1hr 50mins. One intermission. The Religion Thing: In brief Two married couples grapple with questions of faith and marriage in the New York premiere of Renee Calarco's

  1. 338 W 23rd St, between Eighth and Ninth Aves
  2. $25
  3. Wed Jul 30 - Fri Aug 1
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Drunk Shakespeare

  • Price band: 2/4

At this nearly nightly event, an actor drinks heavily (in the vein of Comedy Central's Drunk History) and then tries to corral others into enacting a story from the Bard's beloved oeuvre. Bibulous excess is encouraged.

  1. 356 W 44th St, between Eighth and Ninth Aves, 10036
  2. $33
  3. Sat Jul 26 - Sat Oct 18
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The Pigeoning

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 2/4
  • Critics choice

The Pigeoning. HERE (see Off-Off Broadway). Conceived and directed by Robin Frohardt. Music by Freddi Price. Running time: 1hr 10mins. No intermission. The Pigeoning: in brief An uptight 1980s office drone suspects that pigeons in the park are conspiring to disrupt his orderly existence in a new

  1. 145 Sixth Ave, between Dominick and Spring Sts
  2. $25
  3. Sat Jul 26 - Sat Aug 16
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Romeo n Juliet

  • Rated as: 3/5

Romeo n Juliet. Richard Rodgers Theatre (see Off-Off Broadway). By William Shakespeare. Directed by Justin Emeka. With ensemble cast. Running time: 1hr 45mins. No intermission. Romeo n Juliet: In brief Classical Theatre of Harlem presents a free outdoor version of the Bard's family-feud tragedy

  1. Marcus Garvey Park,, enter at Mt. Morris Park West and 122nd St, 10027
  2. Sat Jul 26 - Sun Jul 27
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Summer Shorts 2014

  • Price band: 2/4

Throughline Artists' eighth annual festival of new American playlets shows a little leg by harnessing established talents like Albert Innaurato, Warren Leight and (natch) Neil LaBute to debut short works alongside those of relative newcomers.

  1. 59 E 59th St, between Madison and Park Aves, 10022
  2. $25
  3. Sat Jul 26 - Sat Aug 30
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No Strings Attached

  • Price band: 2/4

After a successful debut at last year's Left Out festival, Manuel Igrejas's drama—about a sexy waiter who tests the happiness of a longtime gay couple—returns for a longer run, directed by Robert Teague.

  1. 214 W 30th St, between Seventh and Eighth Aves, sixth floor
  2. $18
  3. Sat Jul 26 - Sat Aug 16
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Clown Bar

  • Rated as: 3/5
  • Price band: 2/4

Clown Bar. The Box (see Off-Off Broadway). By Adam Szymkowicz. Music and additional lyrics by Adam Overett. Directed by Andrew Neisler. With ensemble cast. Running time: 1hr 25mins. No intermission. Clown Bar: In brief Prolific playwright and blogger Adam Szymkowicz adds to the growing subgenre of

  1. 189 Chrystie St, between Rivington and Stanton Sts
  2. $25–$45
  3. Sat Jul 26
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Paulette Kranjac
Paulette Kranjac

Possibility Junkie by David Ippolito. David Ippolito is a very talented American Folk singer, performer and song writer and the together with the ensemble, this show rocks. This is a play worth seeing, speaking to our generation about truth, inner courage, commitment to one another and to our country. See it! Directed by Gretchen Cryer, through Oct 20th.