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AMERICAN ADDICT

theatre · the 4th productions · Ages 17+ · world premiere · one person show · United States
Two-Time Emmy Winner Kristen Johnston praises AMERICAN ADDICT: "The Best Performance I've Seen In New York All Year. This kid is THE NEXT BOGOSIAN!"
Two-Time Emmy Winner Kristen Johnston praises AMERICAN ADDICT: "The Best Performance I've Seen In New York All Year. This kid is THE NEXT BOGOSIAN!"

BEAN

theatre · lemabean productions · Ages 16+ · world premiere · one person show · United States
A 20 something girl tells the story of her so-far meaningless yet holding-out-hope-for-grandeur life in an admittedly awkward, unapologetically silly, and merrily self-deprecating light as she searches to find the dreams and fearlessness she had as a child.
A 20 something girl tells the story of her so-far meaningless yet holding-out-hope-for-grandeur life in an admittedly awkward, unapologetically silly, and merrily self-deprecating light as she searches to find the dreams and fearlessness she had as a child.

SISTER MARY LIAR

theatre · mcgowan · Ages 14+ · world premiere · one person show · United States
When Carla volunteered at a convent, the sisters assumed she wanted to become a nun. She did not correct them. In fact, she lied. "Sister Mary Liar" is a solo-play about a woman trying to overcome a mountain of misunderstandings between herself and God. Written and performed by Carla Snowden.
When Carla volunteered at a convent, the sisters assumed she wanted to become a nun. She did not correct them. In fact, she lied. "Sister Mary Liar" is a solo-play about a woman trying to overcome a mountain of misunderstandings between herself and God. Written and performed by Carla Snowden.

PEDESTRIAN

theatre · o'farrell productions · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States
How would you handle a stranger...eh hem...exposing himself to you? Gross! And not just a flasher, but a stranger who stands for a full five minutes and...uh...well...plays with himself. Gross! And you sit there and watch because? Because you're trapped underground waiting for your train to arrive!
How would you handle a stranger...eh hem...exposing himself to you? Gross! And not just a flasher, but a stranger who stands for a full five minutes and...uh...well...plays with himself. Gross! And you sit there and watch because? Because you're trapped underground waiting for your train to arrive!

MARATHON REDUX

theatre · theatre of note · Ages 16+ · United States
Theatre of NOTE showcases some notable acts from its latest Performance Marathon, a sixteen-year-old Hollywood tradition featuring an eclectic mix of performance art. Join us as we celebrate our 30th anniversary by sharing the renowned Marathon experience with the Hollywood Fringe audience.
Theatre of NOTE showcases some notable acts from its latest Performance Marathon, a sixteen-year-old Hollywood tradition featuring an eclectic mix of performance art. Join us as we celebrate our 30th anniversary by sharing the renowned Marathon experience with the Hollywood Fringe audience.

FACT & FICTION

theatre · sixth avenue · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States
William recollects his year in Brazil as a high school exchange student – the worst exchange student ever. Adam confesses to being stalked by a vengeful film student. Both dudes bring to life hilariously unreliable stories that will, quite truthfully, blow your mind.
William recollects his year in Brazil as a high school exchange student – the worst exchange student ever. Adam confesses to being stalked by a vengeful film student. Both dudes bring to life hilariously unreliable stories that will, quite truthfully, blow your mind.

COWBOY MOUTH

theatre · hungry river · Ages 15+ · United States
Cavale kidnaps Slim, dreaming of making him the Rock and Roll Savior, but something is stopping him. Is it his family? Himself? The Lobster Man? This Sam Shepard one-act that borders on rock opera asks: can we really be everything we are all at once, or are our stage personas the whole package?
Cavale kidnaps Slim, dreaming of making him the Rock and Roll Savior, but something is stopping him. Is it his family? Himself? The Lobster Man? This Sam Shepard one-act that borders on rock opera asks: can we really be everything we are all at once, or are our stage personas the whole package?

CHRISTMAS IN BAKERSFIELD

theatre · the adventures of les kurkendaal · Ages 13+ · family friendly · one person show · United States
When Mike brings his boyfriend Les home to visit his Caucasian , Right Wing Republican Family for the Christmas Holidays , he realizes that he forgot to tell them one very important thing , that Les is African American. Oops ! This show puts the fun is dysfunctional .
When Mike brings his boyfriend Les home to visit his Caucasian , Right Wing Republican Family for the Christmas Holidays , he realizes that he forgot to tell them one very important thing , that Les is African American. Oops ! This show puts the fun is dysfunctional .

PULP SHAKESPEARE

theatre · her majesty's secret players · Ages 16+ · United States
Her Majesty's Secret Players presents a play by Ben Tallen, Aaron Greer, and Brian Watson-Jones. "Pulp Shakespeare" (or "A Slurry Tale") directed by Jordan Monsell.
Her Majesty's Secret Players presents a play by Ben Tallen, Aaron Greer, and Brian Watson-Jones. "Pulp Shakespeare" (or "A Slurry Tale") directed by Jordan Monsell.

STEAL AWAY: THE LIVING HISTORY OF HARRIET TUBMAN

theatre · new perspectives theatre company · Ages 5+ · family friendly · United States
Take a journey with Harriet! Join her on dangerous escapes; learn songs that are a secret code. Steal Away is the inspirational story of Harriet’s fight against slavery, her courageous rescue of people via the Underground Railroad and her lifelong efforts to help those in need. Ages 6–11. 60 mins.
Take a journey with Harriet! Join her on dangerous escapes; learn songs that are a secret code. Steal Away is the inspirational story of Harriet’s fight against slavery, her courageous rescue of people via the Underground Railroad and her lifelong efforts to help those in need. Ages 6–11. 60 mins.

PASSING PROPER

theatre · j mass entertainment · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States
Two outlaws stow away in an empty boxcar on a westbound freight train. While planning what to do next, they discuss difficult questions. What do I want? Where do I fit? Will they help each other find a place in our inundated America, or will they smother the very ambition they crave?
Two outlaws stow away in an empty boxcar on a westbound freight train. While planning what to do next, they discuss difficult questions. What do I want? Where do I fit? Will they help each other find a place in our inundated America, or will they smother the very ambition they crave?

VOICES FROM CHORNOBYL JR.

theatre · voices from chornobyl · Ages 8+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States
After recent events in Japan, a journalist asks Katya and her family about the accident 25 years ago. An interactive and educational story of a young girl struggling with her changing world. Profits go to Chernobyl Children International.
After recent events in Japan, a journalist asks Katya and her family about the accident 25 years ago. An interactive and educational story of a young girl struggling with her changing world. Profits go to Chernobyl Children International.

"THE SUM OF MY PARTS"

theatre · a michael mullen production · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States
“THE SUM OF MY PARTS” Written and Performed By: Michael Mullen Directed By: Louise Hung * Dress up can only go so far! Come along with this girly-boy on a heartbreaking and hilarious journey to embrace all of his...and her parts.
“THE SUM OF MY PARTS” Written and Performed By: Michael Mullen Directed By: Louise Hung * Dress up can only go so far! Come along with this girly-boy on a heartbreaking and hilarious journey to embrace all of his...and her parts.

GLINT, ADAPTED FROM OBLIVION BY DAVID FOSTER WALLACE

theatre · needtheater · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States
Glint is an adaptation of the David Foster Wallace story, "Good Old Neon" in the Oblivion collection. During the play, a man explains to an audience why he committed suicide and what happens after you die. Stark and powerful, the text carries with it the weight of its author's own suicide in 2008.
Glint is an adaptation of the David Foster Wallace story, "Good Old Neon" in the Oblivion collection. During the play, a man explains to an audience why he committed suicide and what happens after you die. Stark and powerful, the text carries with it the weight of its author's own suicide in 2008.

DEAR MRS. FERRELL...

theatre · the journeymen · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States
This staged reading follows an embedded photojournalist, and an Iraqi husband desperate to find a way out of the country for his wife and unborn child. When the two worlds collide, a cover up ensues, and those involved are forced to make a decision that will change their lives forever.
This staged reading follows an embedded photojournalist, and an Iraqi husband desperate to find a way out of the country for his wife and unborn child. When the two worlds collide, a cover up ensues, and those involved are forced to make a decision that will change their lives forever.