It's festival time here in the city. The Fringe is now in full swing and soon NYMF will start, followed by the NAMT festival. It's an exciting melange of new works, and I'm thankful for the opportunity to experience even just a small sliver of the offerings this year.
Because I've mentioned it on this blog before when it was only in concert form, I am proud to say that I attended the first performance of Alaina Kunin and Bradford Proctor's Bunked! last night and had a really great time. There were some wonderful songs, touching characters, and it's a surprisingly wholesome, sincere show that explores sexuality and identity through the sunny eyes of a youthful summer. Check out the promo below (if anything, you'll be educated in the ways of "friendship sticks"):