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Monday, July 23, 2012

Twisted-Queer comedy at the 2012 New York City Fringe International Theatre Festival

If you happen to live in New York, or plan on visiting this summer, you just may want to check out the
New York International Fringe Festival.

In Heat Creative Team Presents
IN HEAT: Is She Hot Under Her Collar or Under Her Skirt?
The New York International Fringe Festival – FringeNYC
A production of The Present Company
August 10th – 26th
Tickets: $15-$18. For tickets visit
New York, NY (July 16, 2012) – Are lesbians passé? That’s what Doris Anderson will disprove during her occupation of the 16th annual New York International Fringe Festival – FringeNYC. IN HEAT, a twisted-queer comedy for people of all persuasions, genders and sexualities, is a humorous excavation of the artifacts and personalities in the LBGTQ community circa 2012.
Alarmed that lesbianism is being overshadowed by a new Gender-Queer culture, life-long Sapphic sister Doris Anderson has pioneered the Self-Identified Lesbian Community Center (SILC), a cultural hospice for the last of the lesbians (who will be dying off in the next 30 years).
Ms. Anderson, who has refined her message through infiltrations of BAX and EAT, will use the FringeNYC festival to launch SILC’s inaugural live broadcast of her public access show. The lesbian community and their gay and straight supporters will discover survival skills to brave the Gender-Queer Revolution, learn about community cat neutering and get **hot** tips on dating.
Starring Sally Sockwell (the original New York production of Vanities), directed by Jocelyn Sawyer and written by Lisa Haas (with contributing material by Sawyer and Sockwell), this world premiere of IN HEAT lampoons sexual desire, sexual orientation and gender self-identification.

 IN HEAT will be in the Gene Frankel Theatre – Venue #9, located at 24 Bond Street (between Lafayette and Bowery). 

The closest trains are the F, B, M or D to Broadway and Lafayette, or, the #6 train to Bleeker Street. 

Friday, August 10 @ 5PM
Sunday, August 12 @ 7:30PM
Thursday, August 16 @ 3:45PM
Wednesday, August 22 @ 7:45PM
Saturday, August 25 @ 2:00PM. 

RUNNING TIME: 1 hour and 15 minutes.

TICKETS: $15-$18. Tickets can be purchase at the door, at Fringe Central (1 East 8th Street) or online
For more information visit:
Follow Doris Anderson on Twitter: @DorisAnderson

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