The New York City Fringe Festival is one of the biggest incubators for edgy, independent theater in the nation, and the birthplace for major shows like Dog Sees God, Charlie Victor Romeo and Broadway’s Urinetown. This year, the festival runs August 9-25 and Hunting Season hottie Marc Sinoway will be making his Fringe debut in the gay-themed drama Peninsula,
Set in Northern Michigan, the play sees a Brazilian immigrant named Tiago being pulled in different directions by all the people who want a piece of him, including the very seductive Nelson (Sinoway). And this time, Sinoway’s character might be even more sexually rapacious than Hunting Season’s Tommy.
Above Marc talks about Peninsula, the festival and working with playwright Nathan Wright, just who happens to be his boyfriend. (Peninsula plays August 14-22 at the Robert Moss Theater at 440 Studios.)
More LGBT offerings from the New York Fringe Festival
Adam & Steve and the Empty Sea
Adam is openly Mormon. Steve is openly gay. After the passage of Prop. 8, these childhood friends grapple with religion, sexuality, politics and adulthood.
Talk to Me About Shame
Performance artist Julian Goldhagen’s solo show addresses the feeling of shame that’s pervasive among LGBT youth.
A lesbian couple’s relationship is threatened by the finicky affections of their cat.
En Avant! An Evening with Tennessee Williams
William Shuman dives into the life of the great queer playwright, from his early life to his death in 1981.
Milk for Mrs. Stone
Unemployed Daniel must care for his invalid mother while trying to convince her to pay for his Muslim boyfriend’s cancer treatments.
Who’s Afraid of Me, Myself, and Edward Albee?
When a neurotic businessman is joined by an outlandish stranger at a bus stop, his daily routine is dramtically rerouted. Secrets, repressed feelings, and self-discoveries will ultimately cause one life to change direction forever. But which one?
Save the Date: A Wedding Road-Trip Musical
A musical focusing on the friendship between a straight woman and a gay man, from college to the real world.