5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche @ FringeNYC
Ran August 10, 2012 - August 17, 2012
Extended Through September 30, 2012

From The New Colony and the Tony Award Winning Producer of Yeast Nation

After a successful run and extension in the summer of 2011 and productions in Omaha, Charleston, Boulder and San Francisco, 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche was accepted into the 2012 NYC Fringe Festival! 

It’s 1956 and the Susan B. Anthony Society for the Sisters of Gertrude Stein are having their annual quiche breakfast. Will they be able to keep their cool when Communists descend on their idyllic town?

Accepted into the 2012 FringeNYC Encore Series!
Best Overall Production at 2012 FringeNYC Festival!

Buy Tickets for FringeNYC Encore Performances
Fri 9/21 @ 9:30pm l Sun 9/23 @ 5pm
Tues 9/25 @ 8pm l Thurs 9/27 @ 9pm
Fri 9/28 @ 9pm l Sun 9/30 @ 8pm

ENCORE VENUE: SoHo Playhouse

NEW YORK, NY 10013
(212) 691-1555

A (express/blue) line to West 4th, Transfer to E or C (local/blue) downtown Get off at Spring St. station use Van Dam St. exit (middle of station)

4/5/6 (express or local/green) to 42nd St./Grand Central transfer to Shuttle to Times Sq., take 1 (local/red) to Houston walk 3 blocks south.

What Are Sisters Saying on Twitter?!
TheaterMania.com: 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche, Independents Among FringeNYC Overall Excellence Award Winners
TimeOut New York: Four Stars and Critic's Pick!
5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche was a cult hit in Chicago last year, and arrives at the Fringe gleaming with comic polish.
New York Theatre Review: FringeNYC Review
For the sake of New York audiences in desperate need of smart satire and strong female pieces, 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche deserves a longer run after the festival. This show could be a downtown hit in the upcoming season.
HyReviews: Four out of Four Stars!
One of the funniest shows to ever grace FringeNYC - one of the finest comedic ensembles currently on any NYC stage.
NoRedLipstick.com: Absolutely hilarious, Whacky, Interactive, Thoroughly entertaining
Expect to laugh. Expect to laugh again. Expect to laugh some more. Expect to laugh even more. Expect to laugh, laugh, laugh and then hear male audience members proudly proclaim “I AM A LESBIAN!” … what??
Backstage.com: FringeNYC Review
...an interesting balance between period political drama and laugh-out-loud exaggerated scenarios that works rather well.
The Studio Blog: FringeNYC Review
New York Post: Fringe benefits: A cheat sheet
Broadway World: Fringe Announces Sold Out Shows
Special Thanks

Graphic Design by Libby VanWhy
Quiche and Production Photography by Christina Stradone
Programming assistance provided by Chicago Spotlight, Inc.