That grinding, slouching-to-Bethlehem noise you hear grumbling from lower Manhattan is the sound of thousands of theatergoers’ bellies digesting their yearly Fringe binge. This festival of 185 frantically repping companies includes straight-up dramas, solo comedies and the requisite quota of musicals with unlikely subjects. Sort through all the offerings at fringenyc.org. (A five-show pass costs $70, a ten-show pass is $120, and an unlimited pass is a mere $500.)
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