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comedy · natasha mail order bride llc. · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States
theatre · butt & bastard and art via corpora · Ages 18+ · includes nudity · United States
theatre · fierce backbone · Ages 15+ · United States
theatre · coeurage theatre company · Ages 10+ · family friendly · United States
comedy · kingswell productions / combined artform · Ages 12+ · one person show · United States
theatre · black swan youth theatre · Ages 10+ · family friendly · United States
comedy · joe desoto · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States
cabaret & variety · david blatter and leeman parker · Ages 12+ · United States
cabaret & variety · jon armstrong · Ages 10+ · one person show · United States of America
events & workshops · theatre unleashed · world premiere · United States of America
musicals and operas · orgasmico theatre company · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States
theatre · brian kuwabara and emily windler · Ages 10+ · family friendly · United States
dance & physical theatre · cirque de pina · Ages 12+ · family friendly · flashing lights · United States
comedy · the precision theatre company · Ages 17+ · flashing lights · United States
The feel of a 70’s home, and a story about a straight-laced kid who signs a "Partnership for a Drug Free America" contract. One night that late bloomer is given an MDMA. It’s a story of control, propaganda, fear, friendship, and change.
The Cosmos is rebooting and only you, a clown and a psychic from 1864 can stop it! An Interactive comedy featuring time-travel, astral projection, string theory and puns guaranteed to elicit a groan in any reality. Save the date, save the Universe!
The band enters the soundstage to record the soundtrack for a film. But reality and celluloid blur as the power of one real relationship begins to effect a Hollywood happy ending.
West Coast premiere of exciting new work by Welsh playwright Matthew Bulgo. Tom is forced to confront the demons of the past in order to save his family's future. "One of the best things on the Fringe." **** The Scotsman