TAGGED WITH DEATH
ensemble theatre · rook theater · Ages 15+ · family friendly · flashing lights · world premiere · New Zealand
VIRTUAL REALITY AND MIME! International Theater Company, Rook, gets cutting edge. We're stitching our world together from the pieces that VR leaves behind. Puppets, Shadow, Flashlight, VR, Combat, and World Premiere Contraptions. By Rook Theater and Second Screen Reality, VR Event Producers.
ensemble theatre · you witch productions · Ages 21+ · world premiere · United States of America
Its 1920, and the Zwillman family business of illegal imports and Speakeasy rendezvous is booming. But there's something sinister in the whiskey, a bloodlust in the burlesque, and tonight just might be the night that all hell breaks loose. Absurd, subversive, and sexy.
ensemble theatre · ray burley productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
Stuck together in an elevator, the public facades that three strangers have put up crumble down as they reveal their pasts, presents, and futures and learn what sticks us all together. A thoughtful, ensemble-generated work with pot, panic attacks, and poop. Visit andjuggling.com/rbp to learn more!
ensemble theatre · zach laws productions · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America
Three sisters gather in their home town after the death of their mother. As they come to terms with the passing of a parent, the sisters confront their past and their future with equal parts pain, anger, laughter, sadness, and ultimately, hope.
ensemble theatre · stella adler lab theatre company · Ages 10+ · United States of America
Golden Boy follows the life of a young Italian New Yorker in the late 1930s, who pursues the American dream of fame and fortune. Forced to choose between big money boxing and his dream of becoming a violinist, the young Italian runs the risk of losing everything he holds dear.
solo performance · lurking cat theatre · Ages 12+ · one person show · United States of America
A tragicomic one-man show that invites you to experience life, death, and all the scary stuff in between through the eyes of 12 people on the Metro Expo Line train. Come for the laughs. Stay for the tears. Leave with an annoying song stuck in your head.
musicals and operas · n/a · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States of America
An original musical comedy about corruption, depression, and death! In the future, medicine has come a long way, now that The Meds are using lower class humans as their test subjects. After all, everyone wants to live forever - except one test subjects who happens to be suicidal.
comedy · doctor ahmed · Ages 16+ · one person show · Australia
Ever wondered what your doctor is really thinking? Or why he is always running late? Spend an intimate evening of insightful and intelligent humour with this real life doctor as he shares some of the funnier moments of being a modern day doctor. He will have you in stitches.
solo performance · divergent at the rose · Ages 15+ · one person show · United States of America
A terrorist attack, a stalker, assault charges... and Lake Erie in his living room. The sometimes funny, sometimes terrifying story of Alan, a man living in confusing times - by acclaimed playwright Chris Stezin
comedy · go go guppie productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
A woman is eaten alive by a killer whale at America's top marine park. Who is to blame for this colossal #WhaleFail? Part comedy. Part drama. Part whale murder mystery. #WHALEFAIL: a biting new play by Brett Epstein. Not everything is black & white.
solo performance · beever dam · Ages 14+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
My mother is a belly dancer, a tarot reader, a fiddler in a honkytonk band -- and now she is also a ghost!! Come see a romp about a mom dying of cancer. Don't want to think about a mom dying of cancer? Oh no, does death make you uncomfortable? Too bad! Your mom's gonna die too. Deal with it!
solo performance · nancy murphy · Ages 18+ · one person show · United States of America
A woman is on the verge of her 60th birthday and she's not handling it well! As the clock ticks, she tries to come to terms with aging, culture, sexuality, and ultimately mortality. Will she wise up or break down?
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 acting career and her secret lover –codenamed ‘James Franco,'