Fringe NYC Gets All Het Up

Organ Harvesting, Leprechauns, Thoreau's Alien Abduction, and the HMS Donkeyballs

11:00 p.m.: Tri-Sci-Fi: A Chillogy. Air conditioning: Pleasant. Edmund Cionek's authentically bizarre musical features pieces about Thoreau's alien abduction, Ed Wood's angora fetish, and space travel. Shrewdly arranged and well sung, the show ends with a rousing ode to alien life forms. "We'll walk hand in hand," sang the cast, "If they have hands!" The crowd, who did have hands—two each, at least—used them to applaud.


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photo: Chad Garcia
Lost: Composer Jessica Grace Wing's songs resolve with terrible prettiness.

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