I wrote about the New York International Fringe Festival a little over a week ago and I’m finally checking out a show tonight! I was interested particularly in the stand-out comedy performances, such as “Tail! Spin!” starring Mo Rocca and Rachel Dratch (which sold out immediately) and “I Married a Nun,” but the coming-of-age story “Girl in Argentine Landscape” caught my eye.
Described as “…one girl’s metamorphosis from ‘big dork’ to ‘bad ass’…” I was attracted to how universally relatable it sounded (I mean, weren’t we all awkward and dorky growing up?). Solo performer Naomi Grossman channels her younger self as she talks about growing up with her extremely cultured parents and her adventures abroad that lead to her becoming a bad ass:
Tonight is the last performance of “Girl in Argentine Landscape” at FringeNYC in case I’ve enticed you to check it out. There are still six days of the New York International Fringe Festival with plenty of theater left to see…check their site for a complete schedule.
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