THE LAST TRAIN (LE DERNIER TRAIN)

ensemble theatre · international media access, inc. · Ages 18+ · world premiere · Switzerland
"The Last Train" (Le Dernier Train) is about confinement in the emotional sense, not the literal one. It is a thriller with a style borrowed from cinema, offering a new vantage point to witness a psychopath in action. They are often handsome, pleasant, and clever. This is where danger lies.
"The Last Train" (Le Dernier Train) is about confinement in the emotional sense, not the literal one. It is a thriller with a style borrowed from cinema, offering a new vantage point to witness a psychopath in action. They are often handsome, pleasant, and clever. This is where danger lies.

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.

FORCED CONVICTION

ensemble theatre · the re-theatre company · world premiere · United States
In an alleyway, Tom in his box, with Sue on her leash, reminisce on their prior life while commenting on the situation they are in. A percentage of the proceeds will be donated to charity.
In an alleyway, Tom in his box, with Sue on her leash, reminisce on their prior life while commenting on the situation they are in. A percentage of the proceeds will be donated to charity.

ANTI LYNCHING PLAYS BY GEORGIA B JOHNSON

ensemble theatre · play. · Ages 13+ · United States
A bringing to life of one of Georgia Douglas Johnson's one act Ant-Lynching PLAYS. Bringing american history, racial awareness and community activism to the OBAMA era.
A bringing to life of one of Georgia Douglas Johnson's one act Ant-Lynching PLAYS. Bringing american history, racial awareness and community activism to the OBAMA era.

THE GIRL WHO LOVED THE BEATLES

ensemble theatre · off the beaten track · Australia
Australian production coming to LA. A comedy satire set in NYC in 1972.
Australian production coming to LA. A comedy satire set in NYC in 1972.

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!”

MY DIRTY LITTLE SECRET

ensemble theatre · chambers stevens · Ages 18+ · United States
A provocative, hilarious and sexy new confession show.
A provocative, hilarious and sexy new confession show.

EDDIE

ensemble theatre · dmr productions · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States
A full length dramatic comedy centered around Eddie and his relationship with three women.
A full length dramatic comedy centered around Eddie and his relationship with three women.

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 GREEN FAIRY

ensemble theatre · boundless artists theatre co · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States
One sip of me, and the green fairy you will see! Boundless Artists presents this dark romance about a man who must choose between reality or a hallucination whom he is in love with. But what happens when the Absinthe is gone? Watch and see!
One sip of me, and the green fairy you will see! Boundless Artists presents this dark romance about a man who must choose between reality or a hallucination whom he is in love with. But what happens when the Absinthe is gone? Watch and see!

52 PICK UP

ensemble theatre · acting 4 camera · Ages 15+ · family friendly · Canada
52 playing cards. 52 scene titles. 2 characters. Alternating cast. If you saw this play every second, from the Big Bang to now, you would never see the same show twice. Seriously. 52 Pick Up. 1 love story. Trillions of possible beginnings, middles, and endings...
52 playing cards. 52 scene titles. 2 characters. Alternating cast. If you saw this play every second, from the Big Bang to now, you would never see the same show twice. Seriously. 52 Pick Up. 1 love story. Trillions of possible beginnings, middles, and endings...

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.

SCOOTER THOMAS MAKES IT TO THE TOP OF THE WORLD

ensemble theatre · kevin a shipp · United States
Dennis receives a call from his mother telling him that his best friend from boyhood, Scooter Thomas, has died. Dennis relives his memories with Scooter and explores the changes we never expect when we become adults.
Dennis receives a call from his mother telling him that his best friend from boyhood, Scooter Thomas, has died. Dennis relives his memories with Scooter and explores the changes we never expect when we become adults.

BETTER THAN SHAKESPEARE PRESENTS: MUCH ADO ABOUT SOMETHING

ensemble theatre · better than shakespeare · Ages 10+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States
Better than Shakespeare! presents its inaugural production, a revisionist Much Ado About Nothing. New music, new intrigues, twists and turns… and aliens. Because we think The Bard could use a little help. Don’t you? We're calling it, Much Ado About Something. The Something is Aliens.
Better than Shakespeare! presents its inaugural production, a revisionist Much Ado About Nothing. New music, new intrigues, twists and turns… and aliens. Because we think The Bard could use a little help. Don’t you? We're calling it, Much Ado About Something. The Something is Aliens.

WEARHORSE

ensemble theatre · kissmark productions · Ages 18+ · includes nudity · world premiere · United States of America
RIPPED FROM THE HEADLINES: A young man & his nude performance artist friend procure a horse carcass. He wants to eat it, she wants to wear it! Who will win? A bloody, musical trip through how far we go to impress strangers. (Based on a grotesque true story. Really.)
RIPPED FROM THE HEADLINES: A young man & his nude performance artist friend procure a horse carcass. He wants to eat it, she wants to wear it! Who will win? A bloody, musical trip through how far we go to impress strangers. (Based on a grotesque true story. Really.)

HOBOKEN

Jack and Erica find love after a one-night stand. She wants to be a famous actress and he's a mysterious Irishman who has the money to make her dreams come true – until taboo desires threaten to tear them apart.

A BIT MUCH: A Solo Comedy

A LOL funny, insightful journey that illustrates how women can comfortably step into their own brand of strength and femininity without compromise. Spoiler alert: it's harder than it looks, but not impossible. June 8, 16, 27 at the Lounge Theatre.

Diversity In Comedy

The Color Collective: The critically acclaimed variety show is back with an all-new show! We believe that no matter what color you are, you deserve to see yourself on stage and have your voice heard. Use the code: COLORCOLLECTIVE for 30% off!

2 for 1

Two hilarious one woman shows for the price of one! It's double the self-indulgence! Double the breakdowns! And twice you’ll ask — Is she okay?