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TWO MOTHERFUCKERS ON A LEDGE

ensemble theatre · wisdom tooth productions · Ages 13+ · United States of America

Allyn has nothing to lose; Mattie stands to lose everything… if she can't talk him down. A patient with a hero complex jumps onto the ledge of his therapist's 5th floor office window, forcing them both to answer some hard questions about who they’ve chosen to become, and what it means to be a hero.
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BONO AND THE EDGE WAITING FOR GODOMINO'S

comedy · independent · world premiere · United States of America

Bono orders a pizza deivery to get back in touch with the Common Man in this “Waiting for Godot” parody that skewers celebrity culture, blind faith, and pretentious theater.
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ANDY: THE RED-NOSED WARHOLA

immersive theatre · ezra buzzington · Ages 19+ · United States of America

SORRY, Andy fans. Due to severe cast conflicts, Andy can't appear at this year's feat. Maybe next year again!
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THE PHYSICISTS

ensemble theatre · last tape productions · Ages 12+ · United States of America

"The Physicists" is an absurd comedy about dark political matters. It takes place in an insane asylum where two patients strongly believe that they are the physicists Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein while a third patient believes that he is speaking to King Solomon.

SUGAR: The Super Sweet Musical

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Somewhere below Canal Street, Kyle and Gary are mannin' doors and moppin' floors. But what's the deal with the girls upstairs?

Still Life of an Orange Puppet Parables

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A series of fables that are absurd, funny and poignant. Through storytelling, animation, and puppetry, performance artist Jean Minuchin takes the audience on a journey into today’s most pressing issues through the charm of puppetry.

LET THERE BE THISTLES by Joshua Thomas

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Written by the award winner of 2014 hit Angels and Whiskey and directed by Best Comedy for the DC Fringe winner Branda Lock, we finally answer the question: what happens to gods who have no believers left? Let There Be Thistles: An Ungodly Comedy.