TAGGED WITH SAD
solo performance · bill berry · Ages 13+ · world premiere · one person show · 55 mins · United States of America
It’s been said that there are three deaths: First when your body ceases to function. Second when your body is put in its grave. And third, that moment, sometime in the future, when your name is spoken for the last time. This may be the last time. Written by Bill Berry. Directed by Kelly De Sarla.
arianna veronesi · Ages 16+ · world premiere · one person show · 30 mins · United States of America
Opening a window into Janis Joplin's private world. Where was her voice coming from? Summer 1966: Janis is back in Texas recovering from drug addiction, right before she becomes a rock star. This is the first chapter of a work in progress.
extended aug 6, 11 & 12 - winner encore! award; nominee flying solo award · Ages 13+ · includes nudity · world premiere · one person show · 75 mins · United States of America
Inspired by her 'Tranny Godmother' Madonna, Trinity goes to battle with the ‘Self Rejection Virus’ in order to reclaim her authentic, female self. In the process, she risks losing her secret lover –codenamed ‘James Franco,' and her career as a Hollywood actor is propelled into jeopardy.
paris avenue productions · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · world premiere · one person show · 90 mins · United States of America
Her post-mortem instructions were hidden in a very specific place - but in the time leading up to her mom’s death, a woman (Jennie Fahn) uncovered more about her than could be contained in any envelope. A comedy about life, loss, and being of sound mind and body.