Your last chance to catch these acts with 33% off tickets to the Fringe Encore Series at Baruch Performing Arts Center

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Offer highlights:

  • Did you miss all 200 events at last month's Fringe Festival? Don't fret, this is your chance to see up to six of the best shows with 33% off tickets to the FringeNYC Encore Series at Baruch Performing Arts Center from September 12 through 27.

  • There's never a shortage of characters, drama, comedy, suspense and even romance at FringeNYC so pick a show, any show and get ready for a theatrical tour de force.

  • But if you really can't decide, catch one of these Time Out New York critics' picks: Recipe for Success with Chef Michael Denardi, En Avant! An Evening with Tennessee Williams or The Unfortunates, and hurry because each show will have a limited run of only two days.

  • To purchase tickets:

    • Online: CLICK HERE and enter promo code TONY at checkout to receive 33% off tickets.
    • By phone: call 646-312-5073 and mention promo code TONY to receive discounted tickets.
    • In person, bring a printout of this offer to the BPAC box office.

    About the shows:

    • Melting in Madras from Overcoat Theater is written by H.R. Britton and directed by Rajeev Varma.
      A naive young American travels to India to explore yoga, meditation and music. After three months, his quest for enlightenment takes a detour when he becomes ill. Storytelling and live music tell the tale of this confusing and beautiful pilgrimage. (1h 15m)

    • They Call Me Q! is written by Qurrat Ann Kadwani and directed by Claudia Gaspar and Obaid Kadwani, and is the winner of Best Play of the 2013 Maui Fringe Festival.
      Proclaimed "A Theatrical Force" by Orlando Weekly for her uncanny embodiment of 13 characters, award-winning actress Qurrat Ann Kadwani searches for identity in They Call Me Q! An emotional affecting tour-de-force. (1h 5m)

    • En Avant! An Evening with Tennessee Williams is written by William Shuman and directed by Ruis Woertendyke, and is a Time Out New York critics' pick.
      I'll fix myself a drink then we'll talk. You'll hear about mother, Edwina, who believed she was Amanda, father Cornelius and dear sister Rose. Then we'll explore some of my work, my loves and my demons. En avant! (1h 25m)

    • What's an Anjan? is written by Anjan Biswas.
      Previously performing for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and Comedy Central Asia, Anjan draws upon his life as a young brown man in the U.S., Singapore and the U.K. for a hilariously un-PC exploration of sex, racism, drug ventures and self. (50m)

    • The Unfortunates from Vertical Tasting Productions is written by Aoise Stratford and is a Time Out New York critics' pick.
      London, 1888. Mary Jane Kelly, a young prostitute, enters a Whitechapel pub to sell her last possession. Will a mysterious stranger buy her safety for the night? Or turn out to be Jack the Ripper? A provocative, poignant, true story. (1h 25m)

    • Recipe for Success with Chef Michael Denardi is written by Peter Grosz and directed by Mark Sam Rosenthal, and is a Time Out New York critics' pick.
      Wanna-be celebrity chef Denardi (former Colbert writer Peter Grosz) shares recipes for Baked Ziti Burritos and misguided methods for achieving fulfillment... until this cooking demo gets derailed by demons from his past—like the time he almost killed Michael Chiklis! (1h 10m)

Need to know:

  • Offer is valid for performances through from September 12 through 27, 2013.  Subject to availability; not valid on prior purchases.
  • Cannot be combined with any other offer or discount. Blackout dates and restrictions may apply.
  • All sales are final. Nonrefundable and nontransferable.
  • Offer may be revoked or modified at any time without notice. Standard service fees apply to phone and internet orders (if applicable).


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