News: "Closed Circuit" Comes to FRIGID 2020

The 2020 FRIGID Festival is now underway, with performances at the Kraine Theater and UNDER St. Marks in the East Village. In our coverage of this annual showcase for storytellers, solo shows, and short works, we will also be highlighting some of the productions on offer. Next up is Closed Circuit.

Where: Kraine Theater
85 E 4th St
New York, NY 10003

When: Wednesday, Feb 19 @ 8:50 pm
Saturday, Feb 22 @ 1:40 pm
Wednesday, Feb 26 @ 10:30 pm
Tuesday, March 3 @ 8:50 pm
Saturday, March 7 @ 5:00 pm

What: Told in interlocking monologues, three individuals recount the mysterious death of a family member. Two brothers and their widowed sister-in-law examine their past in this dark comedy which explores the opioid crisis in middle America and its effect on the family, their business, and the future. By the end, all three are left with the explosive idea that maybe people can choose their family after all.

Remington Moses plays Shannon: a recently widowed recovering addict and mother of one working who finds herself subject to a family crisis for which she may, or may not, be culpable.

Kevin James Doyle plays Charles: masters film student struggling to find meaning in New York City while being sucked back into the family drama that he’s trying to leave behind.

Aaron Long plays Pat: the youngest brother left in charge of the failing family business, trying to keep things afloat without his family’s assistance while ignoring his own personal problems.

Tickets: $20, or $15 with code “closedfriend”

Keep checking back here throughout February for more FRIGID Festival news and reviews.

FRIGID 2020 Reviews on Thinking Theater NYC
Blockbuster Guy
Laser Comedy Show
Mother Leeds
And the Rope Still Tugging Her Feet
A Southern Fairytale

Other FRIGID listings on Thinking Theater NYC
The 500 List
Artaud Marat
Artisanal Intelligence
Beneath the Bikini
Cemetery Golf
Finding Fellini
Jaxx & Lolo: A Friendship Story
Magnetic Dragons
Nancy Drewinsky and the Search for the Missing Letter
A Southern Fairytale
The Stands
Story Time with Joey Rinaldi
This Feeling


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