GOD OF ABRAHAM

ensemble theatre · the theatricians · Ages 14+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States
From the God who brought you the world’s biggest religions comes this high-energy, irreverent multimedia experience. Combining sketch comedy, puppets, and ‘70s self-help, critics are calling it the “don't miss” sacrilege of the year! Come see what the 4,000 years of religious strife is all about!
From the God who brought you the world’s biggest religions comes this high-energy, irreverent multimedia experience. Combining sketch comedy, puppets, and ‘70s self-help, critics are calling it the “don't miss” sacrilege of the year! Come see what the 4,000 years of religious strife is all about!

LINCOLN ADJACENT: THREE PLAYS NOT ABOUT ABRAHAM LINCOLN

ensemble theatre · onion creek productions · Ages 12+ · world premiere · one person show · United States
In this triad of short plays, the brave new voices of playwrights Roger Q. Mason and Stephen Blackburn bring to life key figures revolving around the legend of Abraham Lincoln.
In this triad of short plays, the brave new voices of playwrights Roger Q. Mason and Stephen Blackburn bring to life key figures revolving around the legend of Abraham Lincoln.

INDEPENDENCE

ensemble theatre · v watson productions · Ages 14+ · United States
A bold, moving, and darkly funny family drama from Tony- and Pulitzer-nominated playwright Lee Blessing. Three sisters must contend with their mentally-ill mother and confront the demons of their past to forge a new, imperfect road to independence. Directed by industry veteran Vernee Watson.
A bold, moving, and darkly funny family drama from Tony- and Pulitzer-nominated playwright Lee Blessing. Three sisters must contend with their mentally-ill mother and confront the demons of their past to forge a new, imperfect road to independence. Directed by industry veteran Vernee Watson.

BOY AND BELL

ensemble theatre · nja productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States
In a Mental Health Hospital, where most of the patients believe themselves to be Fairy Tale characters, two patients mysteriously vanish without a trace. A full investigation is put into play and the other patients, doctors and orderlies are questioned.
In a Mental Health Hospital, where most of the patients believe themselves to be Fairy Tale characters, two patients mysteriously vanish without a trace. A full investigation is put into play and the other patients, doctors and orderlies are questioned.

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?

THISTLE & WEEDS

ensemble theatre · alchemy theatre company · Ages 12+ · United States of America
Alchemy Theatre Company presents an original work by founding ensemble member Stephen C. John. "Thistle & Weeds" explores a moment in the life of a man who chooses to stay behind, a man who has lost so much that he can't even be moved to take cover as the sky falls.
Alchemy Theatre Company presents an original work by founding ensemble member Stephen C. John. "Thistle & Weeds" explores a moment in the life of a man who chooses to stay behind, a man who has lost so much that he can't even be moved to take cover as the sky falls.

YOSHIBA

ensemble theatre · the ceiling people · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States
YOSHIBA is based on real events… or rather it’s based on real customer complaints written to computer companies based on allegedly real events. This play cannot be used as evidence in a court of law.
YOSHIBA is based on real events… or rather it’s based on real customer complaints written to computer companies based on allegedly real events. This play cannot be used as evidence in a court of law.

CHICKEN IN A BOX

ensemble theatre · nobones productions · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States
Owen has barricaded himself in his Chicago apartment. No one comes in. He never goes out. When Toby, his boisterous new neighbor, moves in across the hall, his routine is harshly disrupted. But what happens when all the walls come down and the real truth comes out? Who will end up saving who?
Owen has barricaded himself in his Chicago apartment. No one comes in. He never goes out. When Toby, his boisterous new neighbor, moves in across the hall, his routine is harshly disrupted. But what happens when all the walls come down and the real truth comes out? Who will end up saving who?

REBORNING BY ZAYD DOHRN

ensemble theatre · curious beast theatre co · Ages 16+ · United States
A dark comedy about life-like baby dolls, latex, and phallus. Two artists, Kelly and Daizy, use their skills to fill the void of those in need. A demanding client may be the key to Kelly's past, as the story unfolds she discovers the path to her own REBORNING.
A dark comedy about life-like baby dolls, latex, and phallus. Two artists, Kelly and Daizy, use their skills to fill the void of those in need. A demanding client may be the key to Kelly's past, as the story unfolds she discovers the path to her own REBORNING.

MINISTERS OF GRACE

ensemble theatre · the theatre asylum and her majesty's secret players · family friendly · world premiere · United States
From the director of 'Pulp Shakespeare' (Best of Fringe 2011), comes Ministers of Grace, which imagines what the movie Ghostbuters would be like if written by William Shakespeare. This will be a staged reading, with a full scale production to come.
From the director of 'Pulp Shakespeare' (Best of Fringe 2011), comes Ministers of Grace, which imagines what the movie Ghostbuters would be like if written by William Shakespeare. This will be a staged reading, with a full scale production to come.

THE SINGING SCHOOL

ensemble theatre · tomahawk theater · Ages 12+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States
Philosophy, poetry, politics and punishment reign supreme in "The Singing School." A world premiere by LA-based author James Domine, this romantic story of magic and music comments on modern society by questioning American Gothic themes over the historical background of colonial Boston.
Philosophy, poetry, politics and punishment reign supreme in "The Singing School." A world premiere by LA-based author James Domine, this romantic story of magic and music comments on modern society by questioning American Gothic themes over the historical background of colonial Boston.

OUT OF CONTROL

ensemble theatre · the fringers · United States
He stands by the wall, hands in his pockets, watching the young couples dance. Robyn enters the room, looking for a partner. Their eyes meet across the crowded dance floor and the music swells. He turns away shyly, but she crosses to him...
He stands by the wall, hands in his pockets, watching the young couples dance. Robyn enters the room, looking for a partner. Their eyes meet across the crowded dance floor and the music swells. He turns away shyly, but she crosses to him...

BULLET IN YOUR HAND

ensemble theatre · divergent theatre · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States
When a man discovers the infidelity of his girlfriend, his plan for retaliation takes an unexpected turn.
When a man discovers the infidelity of his girlfriend, his plan for retaliation takes an unexpected turn.

ONE-ACTS OF KINDNESS (IN REPERTORY WITH "SITCOM")

ensemble theatre · know laughing matter · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States
An evening of one-acts about love, life, friendship and family. Join us for a series of short plays about relationships. Written & directed by Ray Chao
An evening of one-acts about love, life, friendship and family. Join us for a series of short plays about relationships. Written & directed by Ray Chao

THE HOLLOW

ensemble theatre · in association w/ the miserable brilliance ensemble & the best friends club · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States
An original play by Sam LaFrance. An alcoholic daycare employee gets in trouble with a razor and has to hide out in the world's loneliest bar, The Hollow.
An original play by Sam LaFrance. An alcoholic daycare employee gets in trouble with a razor and has to hide out in the world's loneliest bar, The Hollow.