NYC 'HOT! Festival' Features New LGBTQ Show 'Reawakening' July 23

A new play by Anthony Fusco is debuting at the New York City Dixon Place "HOT! Festival". This LGBTQ arts festival began in 1992 and features numerous productions focusing on queer issues from members of the LGBTQ+ community.

Anthony Fusco

In "Reawakening", a young gay couple trying to fix their relationship after a tragic incident at NYC's famed Stonewall Inn. As they try to move forward they discover secrets about each other from the past that test their relationship. It's already been receiving rave reviews from the festival's opening night sampler.

This show is set to take place at the HOT! Festival on Tuesday, July 23 at 7:30pm. Dixon Place is located at 161A Chrystie Street, between Rivington and Delancy.

Tickets are $15 in advance, $18 at the door. Student/Senior discounts available.

Anthony Fusco has won the best director award for his short one-act piece titled Arch Enemies at the Take Ten short play festival in April 2019. In 2013, he won best director for a short drama titled Rush Hour Madness at the Strawberry One Act Festival. He has produced several short and long plays at the Producers Club, Duplex Cabaret, The Theater at St. Clements and Hudson Guild Theater. His credits include Reawakening, Deuces Are Wild, A Night at Stonewall, Rush Hour Madness, Arch Enemies, Confessions of a Bad Boy, and Psychic Cafe.

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