• The Kraine Theater
  • Friday April 23rd 08:00PM
  • FRIGID Fridays: Staying Social
  • A showcase of FRIGID's socially-distant. FRIGID Friday may include music, storytelling, sketch, clowning, cooking, and more. This series of new performances is followed by The Reparations Show, which features - AND PAYS - Black artists. You can watch last week's show right here!
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  • The Kraine Theater
  • Wednesday April 28th 07:00PM
  • Funny Women of a Certain Age
  • Funny Women of a Certain Age Comedy is a show straight from the unfettered mouths and uninhibited minds of the funniest, most daring, most experienced people in comedy: the women that have seen it all.  They’ve raised children both on and off the road with big hairy club bouncers cradling their babies while onstage. These women have stayed in comedy condos where you don’t want to use a blacklight on anything. They’ve been told women aren’t funny and asked to trade sexual favors for work. Trust us, they have A LOT to say, and they say it hysterically.If I had to choose between ageism or sexism, I'd take a pat on the ass any day, since that meant someone noticed me.”- creator Carole MontgomeryFunny Women Of A Certain Age the TV special premiered March 23, 2019 on the Showtime Network to rave reviews.
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  • Virtual Venue
  • Friday April 30th 08:00PM
  • The Reparations Show
  • WHAT HAVE YOU DONE FOR US LATELY?If you don’t have a good answer, we’ll send you our Venmo username.The Reparations Show is a variety show that will center stories created by and about Black and Indigenous artists. This weekly show kicks off on Juneteenth as part of FRIGID New York’s Queerly Festival, and each week will be hosted by a different BIPOC artist. The show is the brainchild of Erez Ziv, managing artistic director of FRIGID New York, and Kevin R. Free, the Curator of The Queerly Festival. It was created as a way to offer paid opportunities for BIPOC artists. Besides featuring work by these artists, each episode will include a segment called “This Week in Reparations” that examines an organization’s statement of solidarity with the #BLACKLIVESMATTER movement and keeps track of the work they have done toward that goal since releasing the statement.  You can watch the show right here, or join us on Facebook Live to send us comments!
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  • Saturday May 8th 08:00PM
  • LIAM McENEANEY - SECOND SHOT
  • **All attending in person MUST be fully vaccinated, meaning 14 days have elapsed since their final dose. We will be checking for proof of vaccination at the door, among our many other precautions. Unvaccinated viewers can join from home via livestream.**Comedian Liam McEneaney (WTF with Marc Maron, Comedy Central, IFC, Sirius/XM) celebrates his 25th anniversary in standup at the end of a very weird year. An all-new set of material from the comedian GQ Spain called "One of the 100 best comedians of all time." With opening act, Rebecca Hart.All audience members attending in person must be masked and fully vaccinated (14 days elapsed since their final dose by April 2). FRIGID will be taking temperatures at the door, collecting contact tracing information, and selling tickets in pods distanced six feet or more from each other. The Kraine Theater is equipped with a ventilation system capable of replacing the air every ten minutes. Anyone who prefers not to attend in person can tune in to the livestream of the performance from their homes. Staff will be vaccinated and masked as well. Liam McEnany and Rebecca Hart are the sole performers. They are fully vaccinated, and will wear masks whenever offstage. They will be more than 10 feet from any audience member and under ventilation when onstage. Click here to read our Reopening Letter. 
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  • Saturday May 29th 07:00PM
  • Henrietta Solway
  • **All attending in person MUST be fully vaccinated, meaning 14 days have elapsed since their final dose. We will be checking for proof of vaccination at the door, among our many other precautions. Unvaccinated viewers can join from home via livestream.**Animal Engine Theatre Company presents a world-premiere play that mashes up short fiction and serialized novels of Pulitzer Prize-winning author Willa Cather into one epic story. The year is 1901. When a tomboy growing up in a small Midwestern town is befriended by a glamorous opera singer with tales of art and culture in the big city, her restless passion is given purpose and the direction of her life is forever changed. Performed by just three actors in Animal Engine’s signature physical style: using only their bodies, a few simple props, and song. Created and performed by Carrie Brown, Katie Hartman, and Karim Muasher. Directed by Melinda Jean Ferraraccio. This play was originally developed with support from the Willa Cather Foundation.All audience members attending in person must be masked and fully vaccinated (14 days elapsed since their final dose by April 2). FRIGID will be taking temperatures at the door, collecting contact tracing information, and selling tickets in pods distanced six feet or more from each other. The Kraine Theater is equipped with a ventilation system capable of replacing the air every ten minutes. Anyone who prefers not to attend in person can tune in to the livestream of the performance from their homes. Staff will be vaccinated and masked as well. Liam McEnany and Rebecca Hart are the sole performers. They are fully vaccinated, and will wear masks whenever offstage. They will be more than 10 feet from any audience member and under ventilation when onstage. Click here to read our Reopening Letter. 
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