Now Extended through Fringe Encores!

Disappointed that you weren’t able to snag a ticket to The Fall?

You’re in luck.

After a sold-out run, we are thrilled to announce that the show has been EXTENDED! The Fall will make its Off-Broadway debut at the SoHo Playhouse this October as part of the Fringe Encore Series, a festival of selected shows from both FringeNYC and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival!

Much love and gratitude to you, friends. We could never have made it this far without your support.

Tickets on sale soon! Stay tuned!

An Interview With Jane and Lilia

New York Theatre Guide’s Jacquelyn Claire met with Lilia Rubin, creator of The Fall, and Jane Arnfield, director of The Fall to dive into the process that has been creating this show.

Lilia, you are the playwright – your play deals with the catastrophic events of 9/11 and its aftermath. Can you tell me what drew you to explore this subject matter?

Lilia: September 11, 2001 was supposed to be my first day of fourth grade. I remember standing on the playground behind my elementary school with my mom and brother as we waited for the bell to ring. Later, I remember sitting on the kitchen floor with my back against a creaky cabinet while my parents calmly explained that there had been a terrorist attack in New York City. That’s where my memory of 9/11 cuts off.

Read more here.

NY Theatre Guide Review

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From NY Theatre Guide’s Jacquelyn Claire:

My first show at FringeNYC 2016 was the impelling and dynamic production of The Fall, and it set the bar so high that I am engulfed in a wave of glorious expectation for the next two weeks of indie theatre heaven. It is evident that an extraordinary amount of effort has gone into creating a production of this caliber and gravitas.

The Fall is a journey into descent and then resurrection through Kubler-Ross’ five stages of grief, experienced by six daughters who lost their fathers on 9/11. These “September girls” are in a facilitated support group where they share their stories in an effort to grapple with their loss….

Read more of Jaquelyn’s review here.

Tickets Now Available!

Tickets are now available for The Fall at the New York Fringe Festival and can be purchased HERE

Friday, August 12th @ 7pm

Monday, August 15th @ 5pm

Sunday, Ausust 21st @ 5:45pm

Wednesday, August 24th @ 9:30pm

Saturday, August 27th @ 4:45pm

The Fall will be performed at Fringe VENUE #14: The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre – 115 MacDougal Street, 3rd Floor, New York, NY