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The Very Best of NYC Festivals

Undergroundzero Festival, HOT! Festival, Fresh Fruit Festival and more!
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Don’t miss the 19th Annual Dixon Place HOT! Festival, running June 26–Aug 7.  The festival features over 150 of the best LGBTQ artists with 72 performances of theatre, dance, music, literature, performance art and homoeroticism for the whole family! The schedule of Hot! events includes GENDER FABULOUS! – REALNESS with the World Famous Bob, VERTititGO with Dynasty Handbag, Susana Cooks’ The Fury of the Gods, Butch Burlesque by Victoria Libertore and much more.

East River Commedia presents the 4th annual undergroundzero festival of experimental theatre featuring over twenty New York City and European theatre companies and artists at the legendary downtown performance venue Performance Space 122, July 6–25. Founded in 2007, the undergroundzero festival gives producing artists a platform where risk-taking and innovation are both encouraged and expected. The 2010 festival line-up will include new work from downtown New York companies and artists Performance Lab 115, Leigh Evans, Pinchbottom Burlesque, Anna Brenner, Mercedes Murphy, David Barlow as well as international companies Green Hours Theater (Romania), Au Ments (Spain), axis ballymun (Ireland), Compagnia La Fabbricca (Italy) and Theater Bielefeld (Germany) who will all be bringing work to the festival for the first time.

The Bronx Academy of Art & Dance defiantly returns for its tenth year of keeping it queer in the Bronx with its Out Like That! Festival running through June 24. BAAD celebrates Gay Pride with a fierce line-up of dance, theatre, film, art and performances including Janis Astor del Valle’s Becoming Joaquin, Isabel Lewis’ Strange Action and Filmmaker Desi del Valle evening of short works by Latina lesbian filmmakers.

The Fresh Fruit Festival, New York’s only multi-discipline celebration of LGBT Arts and Culture, celebrates its eighth summer season with a juicy menu of plays, performance, visual art, dance, poetry, music and film. This summer the Festival runs from July 10–31; at various locations throughout the City. As always, Fresh Fruit presents work in various media that illustrate the creativity and the diversity of the LGBT community and its contributions to American culture. Highlights of this year’s festival include the Fresh Fruit Comedy Night with Robin Cloud, Alison Grillo and Janet Restino; Barbara Kahn’s one woman show Cyma’s Story and Marjorie Conn’s Lizzie Borden Took an Axe just to name a few.

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