How to Act Around Cops

Written by: Logan Brown
Directed by: Jon Schumacher

When a routine traffic stop goes awry, a police officer makes a split-second decision that puts him on the wrong side of the law. As a gunpowder trail of consequences ignites, will he emerge as a vigilante or a fugitive fleeing from justice?
Singularity, winner of last year's Best Overall Production for Five Frozen Embryos + The Sleepers, returns to the 2003 New York International Fringe Festival (FringeNYC) with the noir puzzle How to Act Around Cops.

The production features: Matthew Benjamin, Andrew Breving, Josh Carpenter, Chris Kipiniak, Susan O'Connor, Marc Webster and Veronica Welch.

"Groundbreaking" -The Village Voice

"One of the city's fastest growing and most promising collectives" -Time Out New York
Singularity is committed to facilitating the vision of the individual artist, either alone or in collaboration, introducing audiences to the most innovative and provocative work in theatre today. From stunning world premieres like David Greenspan’s “Five Frozen Embryos” and Christopher Shinn’s “The Sleepers” to forgotten treasures like “Christmas on Mars,” each of Singularity’s productions is a renewal of its commitment to the audience. In addition to producing new plays from respected veterans and talented newcomers, Singularity develops The United States Project, an ongoing series of theatrical documentaries about the lives of real people which debuted in the 1999 New York International Fringe Festival.