News: "The Stands" 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 The Stands.

Where: The Kraine Theater
85 East 4th Street, First Floor
New York, NY 10003

When: Feb 20th@ 8:50pm
Feb 23rd@ 12:10pm
Feb 27th@ 7:10pm,
Mar 4th@ 5:30pm
Mar 6th @ 6:50pm.

What: The Stands, written by award-winning playwright and performer Eric Thomas and directed by Frankie Delessio, centers on two sets of parents who meet in the stands of their sons’ first high school baseball game. Each parent has different expectations for the day and for what the game will mean to their son. Marcus wants his son to love baseball as much as he did. Alex wants her son to be on track toward a scholarship. Pamela wants to protect her son from ridicule. Blair wants to make a friend. All relationships and expectations are challenged when the parents are confronted with a series of surprises, both on and off the field and in the stands.

Presented by The Poked Bear Theater

Tickets: $20

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 2020 listings on Thinking Theater NYC
The 500 List
Artaud Marat
Artisanal Intelligence
Beneath the Bikini
Cemetery Golf
Closed Circuit
Finding Fellini
Jaxx & Lolo: A Friendship Story
Magnetic Dragons
Nancy Drewinsky and the Search for the Missing Letter
A Southern Fairytale
Story Time with Joey Rinaldi
This Feeling


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