Announcing 17th Annual FRIGID Fringe Festival
Luis Roberto Herrera. Photo by Melissa Bibliowicz.
Luis Roberto Herrera. Photo by Melissa Bibliowicz.

New York, NY – FRIGID New York has announced the schedule for their 17th Annual FRIGID Fringe Festival at The Kraine Theater (85 E 4th St, New York, NY 10003) and UNDER St. Marks (94 St Marks Place, New York, NY 10009), February 15-March 5, 2023. Most performances will also be available via livestream. More information is available on FRIGID’s website. 

2023 Frigid Fringe Festival
 
@make_us_scream by Elisabeth Yancey, Courtney Stennett, and Kasey Connolly
Presented by 3 of Cups

A Scar is Born by Lorelei Zarifian
 
As I Eat the World  by Luis Roberto Herrera

As You Will by Conor Mullen

blindsp.ts by Seema Shukla 

Cold Feet: A Comedy Extravaganza by Ricardo Valdes 

Death of a Salesman: A New Play by Austen Halpern-Graser 

Eleanor’s Story: An American Girl In Hitler's Germany by Ingrid Garner

The GynoKid by Claire Ayoub
Presented by Try Anyway Productions

Harmony Hall by Duncan Pflaster
Presented by Cross-Eyed Bear Productions 

How to Be an Ethical Slut by Brooke McCarthy

I AM MY OWN MILF conceived by Matthew Antoci in collaboration with Lizz Mangan and Meaghan Robichaud
 
In the Beginning by CB Goodman
Presented by Grackle Jack Productions

Kingfish by Lane McLeod Jackson
Presented by Noir Theatre

Lightweight by Amie Enriquez

Meaningless by Rodney Brazil
Presented by Next Stage

The Parentheses by Marissa Fleming 

Pretty Beast by Kazu Kusano

Running Scared by Bryan Berlin

Sadec 1965: A Love Story by Flora Le
Presented by From Ego to Soul

Swinging on the Seine by D’yan Forest

Syncope by Will Clegg
Presented by Pale Girl Productions

TEST by Elin Rahnev
Presented by Reflection Theatre

Thank U, Ex by Kelly Taylor and Melly Magrath
Presented by Mad Butterfly Creative
 
FRIGID New York’s mission is to provide both emerging and established artists the opportunity to create and produce original work of varied content, form, or style, and to amplify their diverse voices. We do this by presenting an array of monthly programming, mainstage productions, an artist residency, and eight annual theatre festivals that create an environment of collaboration, resourcefulness, and innovation. Founded in 1998, the aim was and is to form a structure, allowing multiple artists to focus on creating and staging new work and providing affordable rental space to scores of independent artists. Now in our third decade we have produced a massive quantity of stimulating downtown theatre.