Internationally acclaimed gay marriage dramedy offers live outdoor pop-up performances.
September 27 - October 18, 2020

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 using the LiveTours app and performed for an audience of 12. Ticket buyers must have a smart phone and headphones or earbuds. By downloading the app in advance, patrons will be able to clearly hear the performer while being able to maintain a safe social distance from him and other guests. 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. Face masks must be worn at all times -- no eating or drinking during the course of the event, which will run approximately 60 minutes. In case of rain, refunds will be issued. Tickets are $20 each, available HERE.

Currently scheduled performances are:
Sunday, September 27 @ 4pm - Park Slope, Brooklyn
• Sunday, October 4 @ 4pm - Park Slope, Brooklyn
• Sunday, October 11 @ 4pm - Park Slope, Brooklyn
• Sunday, October 18 @ 4pm - Park Slope, Brooklyn

(Check back often for added dates!)

John Fico is grateful to have been performing Monica Bauer’s Made For Each Other from London to LA since 2010, including an open run at NYC’s legendary Stage Left Theatre, Tucson’s Invisible Theatre, and two years at The Edinburgh Festival Fringe after premiering in these roles 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 (NYMF – winner Outstanding Ensemble Performance), and A Stoop On Orchard Street. He has worked up and down the east coast from The White Mountains in New Hampshire to Marathon Key, FL in stock and on tour in shows such as A Stoop On Orchard Street, Hello Dolly!, Beyond Therapy, Guy & Dolls, Over The River And Through The Woods, and several tours with POKO Puppets. TV: The Blacklist, I Love You But I Lied. Web Series: The Outs, 50 To Death, Stream No Evil. John is also a commercial voice over artist and a former member of the celebrated Bat Theater Company in NYC.

Monica Bauer (playwright) graduate of Boston Univ. Graduate Program in Playwriting. Selected credits, New York, regional, and international: Vivian’s Music, 1969 (Edinburgh Fringe, Off Broadway at 59E59 Theaters, Anacostia Playhouse (nominated for Helen Hayes Award as Best Visiting Production in Washington, DC);Two Men Walk Into a Bar (Dream Up Festival, Theater for the New City), My Occasion of Sin (Urban Stages, Detroit Rep: Urban Stages Emerging Playwright Award); Made for Each Other (Edinburgh Festival Fringe, United Solo, Orlando Fringe, Boulder Fringe, Hollywood Fringe (Best Solo Show); Chosen Child (Boston Playwrights’ Theatre: nominated, Best New Play, Independent Reviewers of New England. Winner, Bechdel Test Festival, Bridge Initiative for Women in Theater); The Higher Education of Khalid Amir (Midtown International Theater Festival: Best New Script), The Maternal Instinct (Midtown International Theater Festival, Finalist for New South Writing Prize, Brighton Fringe Festival. Publications include “Vivian’s Music, 1969” (Original Works Publishing) and the upcoming “Three Men With Guns” included in THE BEST NEW TEN MINUTE PLAYS, 2021, edited by Lawrence Harbison for Applause Books. Proud member of the Dramatists Guild. Full production history, awards, and publications at

John D. FitzGibbon directed Made For Each Other for the One Man Talking Festival, and for the Planet Connections 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 at Theatre For The New City. This summer he directed Ms. Bauer’s Democracy Sucks for the Edinburgh Virtual Free Fringe Festival starring John Fico. For NJRep’s Theatre Brut Festivals, he has directed one-act plays by Robin Rice Lichtig (Save The Turkey, Life 101, and Adapt Or Die), Jacob T. ZACK (Verisimilitude and Zoo Theory), and John Weagly (Spontaneous Clownbustion). As an actor, he received a Best of Boston Award for Moon For The Misbegotten (Jim Tyrone); a Carbonell Nomination for Sight Unseen (Nick); and an OBIE nomination for Cat And The Moon (lame beggar). Most recently did two national tours as “Saint Peter” in the FPA production of The Trial Of Martin Luther. He is also a pianist and composer: CD: Reflections.