Unsatisfied with what you've seen at the NYC International Fringe festival? Here's one upcoming show that you won't want to miss-- outside of the fringe, and in the ring.

Premiering on Tuesday, August 26th, DifFRactions Theatre and Theatre for the New City proudly present the world premiere of the English version of "In The Ring," by french author 2014 Moliere Awards nominee, Leonore Confino. 

A part of the Dream Up Festival 2014, this intriguing play explores the universal conflicts between men and women, when they are "in the ring." Instead of traditional scenes, these are rounds in a boxing between two actors interpreting different characters : lovers, strangers, friends, parents--married or divorced... It centers on love and relationships, sex, boredom, betrayal, tenderness--but always in a profoundly human way. In the end, can Love be the winner? 

For IN THE RING, french author Léonore Confino was nominated at the 2014 Moliere Awards (French Tony Awards) as best author.

Location: Theatre For The New City - Johnson Theater
155 First avenue (between 9th Street and 10th Street), New York, NY 10003 

Dates :
AUGUST : 
26 at 6:30pm 
28 at 9pm
29 at 6:30pm
30 at 8pm

SEPTEMBER :
3 at 9pm
6 at 5pm

Tickets available here.

Theatre For The New City - Johnson Theater 155 First avenue (between 9th Street and 10th Street), New York, NY 10003

In The Ring

When
August, 26 - September 6, 2014
Where
Theatre For The New City - Johnson Theater
155 First avenue (between 9th Street and 10th Street), New York, NY 10003

Unsatisfied with what you've seen at the NYC International Fringe festival? Here's one upcoming show that you won't want to miss-- outside of the fringe, and in the ring.

Premiering on Tuesday, August 26th, DifFRactions Theatre and Theatre for the New City proudly present the world premiere of the English version of "In The Ring," by french author 2014 Moliere Awards nominee, Leonore Confino. 

A part of the Dream Up Festival 2014, this intriguing play explores the universal conflicts between men and women, when they are "in the ring." Instead of traditional scenes, these are rounds in a boxing between two actors interpreting different characters : lovers, strangers, friends, parents--married or divorced... It centers on love and relationships, sex, boredom, betrayal, tenderness--but always in a profoundly human way. In the end, can Love be the winner? 

For IN THE RING, french author Léonore Confino was nominated at the 2014 Moliere Awards (French Tony Awards) as best author.

Location: Theatre For The New City - Johnson Theater
155 First avenue (between 9th Street and 10th Street), New York, NY 10003 

Dates :
AUGUST : 
26 at 6:30pm 
28 at 9pm
29 at 6:30pm
30 at 8pm

SEPTEMBER :
3 at 9pm
6 at 5pm

Tickets available here.

 

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