DRIVEN BY DEMONS PRESENTS THE PROPOSAL/LEON AND JOEY

ensemble theatre · driven by demons · Ages 13+ · flashing lights · United States
Can Ivan Lomov propose to his neighbor Natasha, or will his nerves and their land disputes be the death of him? Will Leon save his suicidal brother Joey from his own darkness? Hilarity and tenderness ensue in two unique one act plays that will have you laughing, crying and wanting more.
Can Ivan Lomov propose to his neighbor Natasha, or will his nerves and their land disputes be the death of him? Will Leon save his suicidal brother Joey from his own darkness? Hilarity and tenderness ensue in two unique one act plays that will have you laughing, crying and wanting more.

DIALOGUE WITH DEVIL

ensemble theatre · dabali theatre · Ages 10+ · family friendly · Nepal
"Dialogue with Devil" carries the true story of Nepalese people who suffered for ten years of Maoist insurgency.
"Dialogue with Devil" carries the true story of Nepalese people who suffered for ten years of Maoist insurgency.

AMMO

ensemble theatre · fierce backbone · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States
Lock 'n Load America! Tales from a gun obsessed country.
Lock 'n Load America! Tales from a gun obsessed country.

DRIVEN BY DEMONS PRESENTS THUNDER IN THE INDEX/PUSH

ensemble theatre · nu dymensionz · Ages 13+ · flashing lights · United States
A Driven by Demons production developed by young artistic theater professionals. Together, these two stories, Thunder in the Index By: Phillip Hayes Dean, and PUSH By: George Cameron Grant, tread a common ground in search of acceptance, awareness, tolerance, and one's true IDENTITY in life.
A Driven by Demons production developed by young artistic theater professionals. Together, these two stories, Thunder in the Index By: Phillip Hayes Dean, and PUSH By: George Cameron Grant, tread a common ground in search of acceptance, awareness, tolerance, and one's true IDENTITY in life.

VENGEANCE CAN WAIT

ensemble theatre · kuro productions · Ages 18+ · United States
Vengeance Can Wait navigates Japanese sub-culture as it charts a different kind of love story. Dark, twisted, and touching, odd roommates come to understand the "kinks" in their relationship.
Vengeance Can Wait navigates Japanese sub-culture as it charts a different kind of love story. Dark, twisted, and touching, odd roommates come to understand the "kinks" in their relationship.

IMPROVISATION

ensemble theatre · heartland plays · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States
Hidden agendas reveal potential truths that gravely affect the relationships and sanity of three women in an acting exercise challenging the audience to separate truth from fiction regarding friendship, marriage, family, love, abuse and betrayal.
Hidden agendas reveal potential truths that gravely affect the relationships and sanity of three women in an acting exercise challenging the audience to separate truth from fiction regarding friendship, marriage, family, love, abuse and betrayal.

LET ME OUT 2014

ensemble theatre · mb stage productions · Ages 16+ · United States
John, Luke, Jessica, Mona and Courtney have been friends all throughout high school. Once they graduated they went their separate ways. But can the group still be friends after a year away from each other?
John, Luke, Jessica, Mona and Courtney have been friends all throughout high school. Once they graduated they went their separate ways. But can the group still be friends after a year away from each other?

SOME GIRL(S), BY NEIL LABUTE

ensemble theatre · mahoobla productions · Ages 21+ · United States
A man about to get married visits five women from his past who he thinks he "wronged" looking for closure. Will it work? Probably not, but there's still hope. Grab a drink from the bar and find out.
A man about to get married visits five women from his past who he thinks he "wronged" looking for closure. Will it work? Probably not, but there's still hope. Grab a drink from the bar and find out.

THE BEST OF 25 PLAYS PER HOUR

ensemble theatre · theatre unleashed · Ages 13+ · United States of America
2013 Freak Award Nominee: Best Ensemble T.U. has assembled 25 of their best super-short plays into one incredible hour of lightning-quick entertainment. 25PPH fuses comedy, drama and everything in between, taking you on a unique and wild theatrical roller-coaster. So sit down, strap in and hold on!
2013 Freak Award Nominee: Best Ensemble T.U. has assembled 25 of their best super-short plays into one incredible hour of lightning-quick entertainment. 25PPH fuses comedy, drama and everything in between, taking you on a unique and wild theatrical roller-coaster. So sit down, strap in and hold on!

LOCKOUT

ensemble theatre · curious beast theatre co. · United States
Dublin Strikes! The true story of one mother and the two men who led the working class to strike for a living wage despite abject poverty; spurring Bloody Sunday and the 1913 LOCKOUT. "The great only appear great because we are on our knees. Let us Rise!" CBTco presents REBORNING following LOCKOUT.
Dublin Strikes! The true story of one mother and the two men who led the working class to strike for a living wage despite abject poverty; spurring Bloody Sunday and the 1913 LOCKOUT. "The great only appear great because we are on our knees. Let us Rise!" CBTco presents REBORNING following LOCKOUT.

FAT PIG

ensemble theatre · anglertheatre · Ages 14+ · United States
Cow. Slob. Pig. How many insults can you hear before defending the woman you love? Tom faces that question when he falls for Helen- a funny, sexy woman who happens to be plus-sized. Forced to dissect his views on beauty & value, Tom has to decide what dictates who he loves.. society or his heart?
Cow. Slob. Pig. How many insults can you hear before defending the woman you love? Tom faces that question when he falls for Helen- a funny, sexy woman who happens to be plus-sized. Forced to dissect his views on beauty & value, Tom has to decide what dictates who he loves.. society or his heart?

RIBBON OF LIFE

ensemble theatre · steve julian · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States
The right to choose. The right to marry. The right to die. A wife and husband are moved to crisis when their daughter loves a transgender woman. Grandma intends to call it quits at 80. And the inexplicable forces everyone to decide whether to untangle their own ribbon of life.
The right to choose. The right to marry. The right to die. A wife and husband are moved to crisis when their daughter loves a transgender woman. Grandma intends to call it quits at 80. And the inexplicable forces everyone to decide whether to untangle their own ribbon of life.

FOBIK

ensemble theatre · wit & wisdom theatre machine · Ages 12+ · flashing lights · includes nudity · world premiere · United States
This play is a series of vignettes exploring and illustrating a series of mainstream and exotic phobias.
This play is a series of vignettes exploring and illustrating a series of mainstream and exotic phobias.

IN THE KITCHEN

ensemble theatre · studio c artists · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America
Studio C Artists is proud to present their next series of one acts… IN THE KITCHEN. This series of brand new short plays is comprised of 8 plays that all take place in a kitchen setting. The theme of this series is gossip - because IN THE KITCHEN is "Where The Food Is Hot And The Gossip Is Hotter!”
Studio C Artists is proud to present their next series of one acts… IN THE KITCHEN. This series of brand new short plays is comprised of 8 plays that all take place in a kitchen setting. The theme of this series is gossip - because IN THE KITCHEN is "Where The Food Is Hot And The Gossip Is Hotter!”

THAT'S WHY I HOLD ON

ensemble theatre · bunny moon press · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States
I’m taking you back to the night I couldn’t get home, the night I walked for hours and got nowhere even with help from my comatose mother, a homeless woman, and a few angels… the night Mom’s story ends and this one begins. Given one last chance, what would you say?
I’m taking you back to the night I couldn’t get home, the night I walked for hours and got nowhere even with help from my comatose mother, a homeless woman, and a few angels… the night Mom’s story ends and this one begins. Given one last chance, what would you say?