The British are coming! Also the Chinese, the Japanese, the Italians, the Spanish, and especially the Australians. Admittedly, the 13th annual New York International Fringe Festival, which plays a variety of venues from August 14 to 30, isn’t particularly international. Of its 200-plus shows, only nine originate from outside the United States. Yet those nine include four solo shows all hailing from the coastal city of Perth, Western Australia. Shane Adamczak, one of the Perthers, seems dazzled by the city that took him nearly two days of flights, delays, and stopovers to reach: “It’s kind of sad,” he says, slouched on a chair in the lobby of the Lower East Side’s Clemente Soto Vélez, “but I want to do all the stuff I’ve seen on TV. I’ve already had a hot dog... More >>>