Monthly Archives: October 2018

The Gibson Girl in the NYC Fringe Festival


The Gibson Girl by Mike Amato debuts in the NYC Fringe Festival October 13-27.

“Amato’s play is well written, with taut dialogue, detailed characters, and a meticulously created world. Director Debra Whitfield helms an well-paced production that flows seamlessly from one scene to the next. The ensemble is uniformly strong.”
With a funeral to plan and his father losing his wits, disgraced writer David Roach struggles to hold on to his inheritance, his family, and his sense of self. But when a strange fire performer appears, he suddenly stands to lose it all.

Directed by Debra Whitfield.
With Aurora Leonard*, Mike Amato, Jeannie Dalton*, Melissa Roth*, Jeff Paul*, and Jeremy Russial*.

*Appears courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association

Thursday October 18 @ 7pm
Sunday October 21 @ 5:45pm
Friday October 26 @ 9pm
Saturday October 27 @ 4:45pm

Tickets are $22. Group discounts available.

For industry comps, please contact

FringeHUB, 685 Washington Street


**FringeNYC SHOWS BEGIN PROMPTLY AND LATECOMERS ARE NOT ADMITTED AT ANY VENUE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. PLEASE ARRIVE AT THE FringeHUB (685 Washington St. @ Charles St.) AT LEAST FIFTEEN MINUTES PRIOR TO PERFORMANCE TIME and line up at the ticketholder flag with your ticket ready to be scanned. An Audience Ambassador will escort you to your venue. There is no venue admission without an Audience Ambassador.