Internationally acclaimed gay marriage dramedy offers live outdoor pop-up performances for Gay Pride.
June 3 - 24, 2021

Buy tickets HERE.

★★★★★ “Ostensibly about gay marriage, MADE FOR EACH OTHER explores much more universal themes… the strongest, most powerful piece of theatre I’d see this fringe. Extraordinary.” -- ScotsGay Magazine

★★★★★ “No preachy piece of theatre, but a frequently hilarious and thoughtful analysis of a relationship. Impressively performed by John Fico. A magnificent play.” --

★★★★★ “MADE FOR EACH OTHER is touching, funny, tragic, and above all, romantic. An incredible performance by John Fico.” -- Three Weeks

In MADE FOR EACH OTHER, Jerry and Vincent are deeply in love. But both men have secrets and inner voices reminding them of their unresolved pasts. Will they make it to the altar or will Vincent end up alone in an Alzheimer’s ward like his mother? A surprisingly hilarious romantic dramedy about love, sex, & the power of memory.

MADE FOR EACH OTHER is written by Off Broadway playwright Monica Bauer, directed by John D. FitzGibbon, and performed by John Fico.

These intimate live-and in person pop up shows will be presented for an audience of no more than 16. The exact meetup location (as well as instructions and safety protocols) will be emailed to ticket buyers in advance of the performance. It is suggested that patrons bring their own pillow/blanket/portable chair for seating and wear comfortable shoes. Run time is approximately 60 minutes. In case of rain, refunds will be issued. Tickets are $20 each, available HERE.

Currently scheduled performances are:
Thursday, June 3 @ 7pm - UWS (W. 93rd St.) -- SOLD OUT!
• Friday, June 11 @ 7pm - UWS (W. 93rd St.)
• Thursday, June 17 @ 7pm - UWS (W. 93rd St.)
• Thursday, June 24 @ 7pm - UWS (W. 93rd St.)

(Check back often for added dates!)

John Fico is grateful to have been performing Monica Bauer’s MADE FOR EACH OTHER from Tucson to London since 2010, including an open run at NYC’s legendary Stage Left Theatre, two years at The Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and a premiere in The Planet Connections Theatre Festivity (nominated: Outstanding Actor in A Solo Show). John’s other notable NYC stage credits include the world premiere of A. R. Gurney’s SCREEN PLAY (Flea Theater), IRON CURTAIN, THE MUSICAL (Off Broadway, Prospect Theatre), the Marx Brothers musical THE MOST RIDICULOUS THING YOU EVER HOID (2010 NYMF – winner Outstanding Ensemble Performance). TV: INVENTING ANNA, THE BLACKLIST, THE LAST O.G., I LOVE YOU BUT I LIED, THE OUTS. FILM: DEMOCRACY SUCKS, an award winning solo short film by Monica Bauer, directed by John D. FitzGibbon. See more at and

Monica Bauer (playwright) has had plays produced Off Broadway, Off-Off Broadway, regionally in Denver, Boston, Providence, Omaha, Detroit, Los Angeles, The Kennedy Center, and internationally at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the Brighton (England) Fringe Festival. Education includes a B.A. from Brown, M. Div. from Yale, M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Nebraska. Monica was the 2005 Teaching Fellow in the Graduate Playwriting Program at Boston University, where she received an MA in playwriting. Her play for one actor, MADE FOR EACH OTHER, has been at various productions since 2009. In September of 2014, CHOSEN CHILD was given two staged readings in New York as part of the Indie Theater Now / Stage Left Studio Reading Series, directed by Austin Pendleton. CHOSEN CHILD was also part of the 2014-2015 season at Boston Playwrights' Theatre, where is was nominated for an IRNE Award for Best New Play. In 2017, it was chosen as one of three winners of the Bechtel Test Fest at The Bridge Initiative for Women in Theater. VIVIAN'S MUSIC, 1969 was a hit at both the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe Festival and Off Broadway at 59E59 Theaters. Monica has two comedic novels available for purchase on Amazon. Check out her author page at

John D. FitzGibbon directed MADE FOR EACH OTHER for the One Man Talking Festival, and for the Planet Connections Theater Festivity NYC (nominated, Best Solo Show). At the Edinburgh Festival, it garnered rave reviews both in 2012 and 2013. He directed the workshop production of Monica Bauer’s TWO MEN WALKED INTO A BAR for the Dream Up Festival last summer at Theatre For The New City. He directed Robin Rice Lichtig’s SAVE THE TURKEY and LIFE 101 for N J Rep’s Theater Brut Festival and her BRONCO BUSTER for the Sam French Festival. As an actor, he received a Best of Boston Award for MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN (Jim Tyrone); a Carbonell Nomination for SIGHT UNSEEN (Nick); an OBIE nomination for CAT AND THE MOON (lame beggar). Most recently he played “Saint Peter” in THE TRIAL OF MARTIN LUTHER on a national tour and at the Pearl Theatre, NYC.  As a pianist/composer he has created theatre scores for Ron Travel's CANTICLE OF THE NIGHTINGALE, Maria Irene Fornes' AURORA, and Jackie Curtis' AMERIKA CLEOPATRA.