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Woodstock Fringe Festival of Theater & Song 


Woodstock Fringe  kicks off its ninth season with six plays and musical performances this summer. Ariana Johns and Mindy Pfeffer, the 2011 Woodstock Fringe Playwrights/Producers in residence, will premiere their one-act plays, “Finding Elvis” and “Moonbite.” Mikhail Horowitz and Gilles Malkine (pictured), present their latest satirical swipe at recieved pieities, “Too Small to Fail.” Obie Award winner Memrie Innerarity will have her world premiere of “Chapter & Verses,” telling stories from a Mississippi childhood. Plus, don't miss the free “First Looks” series of staged readings of new plays like Mel Green's “Marker.” General admission, $20; children 12 and under, $10; fringe pass, $75. Through August 21. Byrdcliffe Theatre, Woodstock. (845) 810-0123; www.woodstockfringe.org.
click to enlarge Mikhail Horowitz and Gilles Malkine.
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