Infectious Opportunity at the Fringe Festival!
A play by James Comtois
Directed by Pete Boisvert
Rebecca Comtois — Jessi Gotta* — DR Hanson — Daryl Lathon*
David Ian Lee* — Ingrid Nordstrom —Matthew Trumbull*
*Denotes member of the Actors Equity Association
As Part of
THE 2011 NEW YORK INTERNATIONAL FRINGE FESTIVAL (August 13-27)
@ THE LIVING THEATRE (VENUE #6)
Saturday, August 13 @ 5:30pm
Thursday, August 18 @ 2pm
Friday, August 19 @ 9pm
Friday, August 26 @ 2pm
Saturday, August 27 @ 10:15pm
Wes Farley, a screenwriter known for having HIV, is enjoying national attention with his latest film. There’s only one problem: he's faked his illness for the past 10 years to boost his career, and is beginning to comprehend the drawbacks of his plan. With the help of his friend Josie, Wes revisits his past and sees how an ill-advised white lie early in life ensnared him in his current situation.
After enjoying an extended sold-out run at the Brick Theater's Antidepressant Festival in 2009, getting nominated for a 2010 New York Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Original Full-Length Script and being published by Original Works Publishing, Nosedive is remounting its darkly comic Infectious Opportunity for this year's New York International Fringe Festival.
Infectious Opportunity will be performed at the Living Theatre (21 Clinton St. in New York) as part of The 2011 New York International Fringe Festival on Saturday, August 13 @ 5:30pm; Thursday, August 18 @ 2pm; Friday, August 19 @ 9pm; Friday, August 26 @ 2pm; and Saturday, August 27 @ 10:15pm. Subway: B D F or M train to 2nd Avenue or F J M Z train to Delancey Street. For tickets ($15 in advance, $18 at the door), visit http://www.fringenyc.org or call 866-468-7619.
Tickets will be on sale beginning Friday, July 22.