TAGGED WITH COMEDY
comedy · bandun · Ages 16+ · Australia
She has one job: to care for an elite robot prostitute. He is the maintenance man who repairs it. Life for both of them has been simple and regulated. Until now. The Good Girl is a black comedy set in the future. It’s about sex and ambition and getting ahead. Whatever it takes.
solo performance · brooke baumer (writer & performer) · Ages 18+ · one person show · United States of America
What happens when a detail-obsessed woman tries to time the birth of her child to occur during her favorite month of the year? Nine months of chaos – in utero and out! A 60-minute solo show, October Baby is a hilarious and poignant look at motherhood and the need to control. Note: NO LATE SEATING.
comedy · hayley goldstein · United States of America
Hayley Goldstein takes you on a journey filled with horrific comedy, beautiful live music, and moments of silence. Alas, words alone cannot describe the magnitude of what you will experience. Written and Directed by Hayley Goldstein
solo performance · rasika mathur · Ages 17+ · family friendly · one person show · United States of America
South-Asian writer/performer Rasika Mathur brings the "model minority" stereotype to its knees, demonstrating how undetected lifelong mental issues wreak havoc on an otherwise talented, intelligent girl hustling in Hollywood. But it's a comedy!
ensemble theatre · n/a · Ages 0+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America
Two young brothers live in a small house just at the edge of their city. Next to them is a forest, out of place but regarded with normalcy. When tension rises at home, the boys hide in their room, spinning wild stories together. In the forest, they find that stories may have a life of their own.
comedy · dylan wallace presents in association with fierce backbone · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America
Very-single Richard has just been set up on a hot date. Obvi Richard's like super nervous but with divine wisdom from a psychic what can go wrong? Oops! That's right, Jer-Bear's Masc4Masc only and Richard's a fem! This date's gotta go down without a glitch or Richard could be stuck single for good.
ensemble theatre · republiq entertainment · Ages 0+ · world premiere · United States of America
Having grown up in America, Jenny has to figure out how to live with grandma and her rules and traditions from the Philippines. This is a story about what happened to the second wave of Filipinos that migrated to the US after WWII. Starring Anjanette Abayari & Tita Pambid.
cabaret & variety · fringe management and combined artform · Ages 12+ · United States of America
Fourth smash year! 2015 Nominee for Best Cabaret. Our experienced independent judges go see a ton of productions across every genre, then we select and present live highlights from five different top Fringe shows at each performance. Come see what all the buzz is about!
comedy · committed · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America
Committed is a 2 person sketch comedy show starring Kevin & Annie Laferriere who are married; not siblings. I know it could be both but in this case it is not. The show was written by, directed and starring [you already said that] Kevin & Annie. Come and enjoy! Again, we're not brother and sister.
comedy · broads' word ensemble · United States of America
Love is a battlefield! Follow Lady Orphant, as she joins the army to pursue her love, while Lady Bashful fights at home against unwanted suitors. An outspoken feminist in the 1600s, Margaret Cavendish used humor to challenge gender norms in a war many women are still waging.
cabaret & variety · linden waddell · Ages 6+ · family friendly · one person show · United States of America
“Weird Al” meets Bette Midler! Singer/comedienne Linden Waddell highlights the song parody genius of ALLAN SHERMAN’s zany lyrics. Directed by HFF veteran Janet Miller; live accompaniment by Marjorie Poe. CABARETScenes: an evening of solid laughter/Gardenia: taut, perfectly executed romp of a show!
ensemble theatre · wishbone theatre collective · Ages 13+ · United States of America
Fair is an ensemble developed play that tells the true story of the murderess, Laura D. Fair, who shot and killed her lover in broad day light in 1871. Will she be judged for the crime she committed or for her unwillingness to accept what it means to be female in the Victorian West?