Welcome to the home of 2&2, an up-and-coming new serio-comedy that is making its New York City debut in this year's New York International Fringe Festival.

The show dates are below:

Sunday, August 11: Noon to 2:00
Thursday, August 15: 7:45 to 9:45
Friday, August 16: 4:00 to 6:00
Sunday, August 18: 5:00 to 7:00
Wednesday, August 21: 7:30 to 9:30

2&2 will be performed at:

FringeNYC Venue #2
The CSV Cultural Center Flamboyan Theatre
107 Suffolk Street, New York, NY 10002

Tickets will go on sale on July 19. They can be purchased at the FringeNYC web site.

For more information, please drop us an e-mail.

What do you get when you put two and two together? Well, the obvious question would be four, but I guarantee you it's not the only answer.

2&2 is the story of Tommy Hanson, a disgruntled comic book artist with a security bear and a peculiar fixation on a certain fictional man of steel. He suddenly finds his life turned upside-down when he meets and is attracted to a mild-mannered, yet attractive stranger named David Sharpe -- who happens to be dating Tommy's estranged sister.

As the play opens, Tommy is reeling from the news that his childhood friend had committed suicide -- something Tommy blames himself for.

David's entrance into Tommy's life is the catalyst to forgiveness and to the acceptance that the past could not have been any different.

It's not an easy lesson to learn. Your past cannot be changed. It's up to you to take action and break the cycle for your future.

Below is an informational video about 2&2. It was created as a companion piece to the Kickstarter fundraising campaign.

DANIEL DAMBROFF is thrilled to be returning to the stage for the NYC premiere of 2&2 after a two year run in film. As An Astorian transplant and a Westchester County native, he is no stranger to the bright lights and the thrills the city has to offer. Recent credits include - Film: Brilliant Mistakes (Osiris Entertainment, dir. Paul Brighton), The Street Performer (dir. Max Strand), Theater: Tech Support (dir. Debra Whitfield), Coup de Safety Patrol (dir. Kevin Lambert). He’d like to thank Christian, Peter, and his fellow cast for their talents and selflessness; his parents for their unconditional support. in second grade, he cut his own hair before picture day. it didn’t go well. For more information, check out www.danieldambroff.com.

Tommy has previously been performed by:

Eric John Kelly (1996 Workshop)
Daniel Diamond (2011 Staged Reading)
Matthew Sherman (2012 World Premiere)