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Aug 10, 2012
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Sweet 16s mark a serious coming-of-age, but itâs Ralph Lauren Pas Cher still okay to get goofy. The New York polo ralph lauren pas cher International Fringe Festival, the everything-goes summer theater Ralph Lauren Soldes sampler, takes that to heart Aug. 10-26. Consider Ralph Lauren France titles of upcoming shows - âMother Eveâs Ralph Lauren Pas Cher Garden of Sensual Sisterhood,â âDumber Faster,â â2 Households, 2 A--holes.â Cheeky stuff, and thereâs more of it. âThe spirit of this festival hasnât changed,â says artistic director Elena K. Holy. âWeâre still scrappy, resourceful, downtown and fun.â Sprawling too. Since its downtown beginning in 1997, itâs been the summerâs biggest theater festival. Over 16 days, there are 180-plus shows in 20 venues. On tap are plays, musicals, stand-up comedy, dance, puppetry, performance art and virtually anything else you can shake a stick at. Literally - âCobuâ is a drumming show. The lineup is more global than ever, and includes productions of âHanafuda Denki,â a riff on Brecht from Japan, âDogs,â about an all-male Arab-Israeli âRomeo and Juliet,â and âCity of Shadowsâ from Australia. As with any festival, gems are few and far between. But at $15 a pop, at least the tickets are cheap. And thereâs always the slim shot that lurking in this summer is the next âUrinetown,â which went from Fringe in 1999 to Broadway two years later. Meet three New Yorkers from the current Fringe crop, who, like everyone, would love to mimic that success. They already stand out. JUNIOR ACHIEVER Max Friedlich, author of âSleepOverâ at the Cherry Lane Theatre To write âSleepOver,â Max Friedlich had to work around high school final exams. At 17, Friedlich is the youngest person with a full-scale show at Fringe. âI want to be treated as a normal playwright,â Friedlich says, adding that some people talk down to him because of his youth.

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