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ensemble theatre · tomahawk theater · Ages 12+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States
Philosophy, poetry, politics and punishment reign supreme in "The Singing School." A world premiere by LA-based author James Domine, this romantic story of magic and music comments on modern society by questioning American Gothic themes over the historical background of colonial Boston.
ensemble theatre · ray burley productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States
4 shorts 4 actors 5 writers 7 trees full of metaphor, whimsy, philosophy, humor, dance, tears, joy. SEEKING STILL-Online dating is hard for trees. TREE COUNSEL-A sign from God or just a tree? SOPHISTREE-What if the tree doesn't want to be saved? DOES IT MAKE A SOUND?-In the forest, eat your lover.
solo performance · thomas la barbera christensen · Ages 13+ · one person show · United States
German life coach and self-help guru Jürgen Liebedich has discovered The Divine Teat. He’ll teach you how to suck it and achieve über happiness and success in life! Join him in an evening of transcendent humor, singing and life changing self-help principles with 'ein' twist.
solo performance · jackson ridd · Ages 13+ · family friendly · world premiere · one person show · United States
A single mystery can change the world. Human discovery is powered by our fascination with the unknown and the unreal. What personal mystery drives ourselves? In a 50 minute show, Jackson uses both magic and the psychology of the unknown to create an experience of magic in search of itself.
ensemble theatre · the theatricians · Ages 14+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States
From the God who brought you the world’s biggest religions comes this high-energy, irreverent multimedia experience. Combining sketch comedy, puppets, and ‘70s self-help, critics are calling it the “don't miss” sacrilege of the year! Come see what the 4,000 years of religious strife is all about!
"Transition" imagines the November 10, 2016 meeting in the White House between President Obama and Donald Trump some 36 hours after the General Election as the fate of our democracy hung in the balance. Stars Harry S. Murphy and Joshua Wolf Coleman.