The July 2018 – FRESH FRUIT FESTIVAL
All Out Arts presents The 16th consecutive Festival of LGBT Arts, at The WILD Project Theater, 193 East 3rd Street. Two weeks of day and night Theatre, Musicals, Cabarets, Art, and so much more! SEE THE MAINSTAGE EVENTS from Last Summer. And Hold The New Dates, July 9-22 2018 on your calendar now!
FULL SCHEDULE OF THIS SEASON’S EVENTS:
October 11, 2017 – To celebrate “National Coming Out Day” -The SLAM LGBT POETRY EVENT at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe, 236 East 3rd St, hosted by our own ‘Cookie’ Pemberton! 7pm – 8:30 pm. Cash Prizes.
March 22 – April 4, 2018 -“Out-Wright” the Fresh Fruit Developmental Reading Series. New LGBT works in readings with audience feedback sessions. In the Penthouse at Shetler Studios, 244 West 54th St.
MARCH 22: Virgo by Éamon Boylan
Virgo explores the binaries of queer intimacy, as one trans artist struggles to overcome their fear of penetration. What does it mean to give yourself or receive another? Reconciling childhood nostalgia, the music of John Adams, and astrology, this play asks audiences to generously listen, to receptively remember.
MARCH 29: The Cantor’s Tale by Fengar Gael
The repression of latent sexual desires drives a priest to wreak havoc in the lives of a renegade seminarian and his fiancee.
APRIL 4: Who’s There? by Owen Panettieri
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May 14, 2018 – The FRUITIE AWARDS! The best of the 2017 Festival plus community leaders, honored at a gala celebration at Bowery Arts & Science.
June 10, 2018 – OUTWORDS – Our 3rd Poetry Invitational of local LGBT published poets. New York Comedy Club Sunday June 10. Something Old, Something New, Something . . . Blue? Could be. FREE
June 2018 TBA – The SHORT PLAY CONTEST! Short, really short, plays on LGBTQ themes compete for prizes and a slot in our MainStage Festival. At Nuyorican Poets Cafe.
July 9-22, 2018 – The MAIN-STAGE Fresh Fruit Festival for 2018– New Musicals, original Cabaret work, and the best, most diverse sampling of new LGBT (and very Q) Theatre. In residence, at The Wild Project.