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musicals and operas · strive studios · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · United States of America
Ms. Frizzle returns to share a final magical lesson with her former students before they graduate from high school. However, what's supposed to be one final spin around the cosmos spirals out-of-control into a bewildering blitzkrieg of betrayals, revelations, and reversals--all before intermission!
ensemble theatre · bedlam · Ages 16+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
Inside Arbor Psychiatric Institute there is a very fine line that divides the patients from the nurses. One tragedy, one accident, is all fate needs to push the ones who administer the care onto the side that needs the administering. Truth in the mind, is the only reality.
ensemble theatre · toll house productions · Ages 12+ · flashing lights · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America
SPACE is the story of a crew on a mission at the edge of our Solar System. As contact with Earth is lost, the crew is forced to question their own reality.
ensemble theatre · a gothic romance · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America
They followed the blood. And the blood followed the gold. Fleeing a mysterious pestilence at the end of the American Revolutionary War, a Rhode Island couple journeys home from the Caribbean. But when tragedy strikes at sea, possibly from supernatural causes, can their love endure beyond the grave?
ezra buzzington · Ages 19+ · 40 mins · United States of America
Andy Warhol and two of his "Beauties" talk about nothing special. Utilizing only Warhol's words, this piece examines and captures the je ne sais quoi of Warhol by reflecting a mirror back toward his own elusive philosophies.
immersive theatre · some company · Ages 16+ · world premiere · Norway
This is an audience-participation, interactive play where YOU can affect the narrative. Each performance is different. A collection of objects at a charity sale reminisce about their glory days while hoping to find new purpose with new owners--you, the audience.
n/a · Ages 18+ · includes nudity · world premiere · United States of America
Colin is a neurotic playwright whose mother and cat are on the verge of death. Seeking solace, he chronicles his entire life into an 826-page play that no one is ever meant to read. When his girlfriend and brothers discover the play, Colin is forced to confront the dark secrets contained within.
solo performance · la vie theatre · Ages 13+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
When Kate decides to leave Paris to care for her sick father, she also decides it's time to share her authentic self with the world. Enter Sophie. What follows is an identity adventure filled with philosophie de la vie, humor, and heartache. Will the world embrace Sophie? Can she embrace herself?
independent · world premiere · 55 mins · 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.
ensemble theatre · wisdom tooth productions · Ages 13+ · 1hr · 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.
solo performance · wtfn · world premiere · one person show · 1hr · United States of America
Klaus Kinski is one of the most celebrated and controversial actors in the history of world cinema. The reckless abandon with which he approached both life and art left him tortured, demonized and worshiped. He now resurrects to shake your souls with one last command performance.
solo performance · giorgia mazzucato · Italy
“Lifegate”, the italian “Viviamoci”, Roma Fringe Festival 2016 - Off Award Winner, was defined by the Nobel Price Dario Fo “[a pièce] played by a great professionist, with a paradoxical, metaphysical, precise, incisive script.".
ensemble theatre · teatro contacto · Ages 0+ · family friendly · Mexico
Hamlet: ¿Estás o no estás? makes a unique approach to Shakespeare’s classic setting it on modern times emphasizing the satirical side of this work. Multimedia, clown, and surrealism take part of this performance making it energetic, uncommon, and colorful.