I LOVE ______!

ensemble theatre · ccm onstage · Ages 16+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
Rumor has it Cynthia, the high school loser, has a childish crush on America's new favorite celebrity "________". This crush turns to obsession, and derails the lives of everyone around her. A world premiere play made entirely of intertwined 6-line scenes.
Rumor has it Cynthia, the high school loser, has a childish crush on America's new favorite celebrity "________". This crush turns to obsession, and derails the lives of everyone around her. A world premiere play made entirely of intertwined 6-line scenes.

SUICIDE NOTES: IN THEIR OWN WORDS

ensemble theatre · combined artform · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States of America
A cast of 4 read real suicide notes, ranging from Kurt Cobain to war veterans, victims of bullying and members of the LGBT community. In the vein of “Vagina Monologues” and “Love Letters”. A portion of the proceeds go to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
A cast of 4 read real suicide notes, ranging from Kurt Cobain to war veterans, victims of bullying and members of the LGBT community. In the vein of “Vagina Monologues” and “Love Letters”. A portion of the proceeds go to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

HARD SEXY SERIOUS LOVE CONVERSATIONS

ensemble theatre · ice under pressure productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
A depressed hitman, an addict double agent, a sex worker recruiter, and the prince of the Russian mafia all walk into a Santa Monica apartment thinking their lives are over. What happens when they aren't?
A depressed hitman, an addict double agent, a sex worker recruiter, and the prince of the Russian mafia all walk into a Santa Monica apartment thinking their lives are over. What happens when they aren't?

D'ARC VOICES: RE-TELLING THE STORY OF JOAN OF ARC

ensemble theatre · d'arc productions · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
A look inside the mind of Joan of Arc, one of the most beloved "Hero" Saints. Burned at the stake for cross-dressing, "D'arc Voices" examines the human struggles of gender identity that tormented the Maiden from Lorraine.
A look inside the mind of Joan of Arc, one of the most beloved "Hero" Saints. Burned at the stake for cross-dressing, "D'arc Voices" examines the human struggles of gender identity that tormented the Maiden from Lorraine.

FASTER

ensemble theatre · the rough riders theater · Ages 18+ · United States of America
During the hottest summer imaginable, two poverty stricken street thugs and a mute await a mysterious man who has made an offer that can change their lives forever.
During the hottest summer imaginable, two poverty stricken street thugs and a mute await a mysterious man who has made an offer that can change their lives forever.

MISSED CONNECTIONS

ensemble theatre · bae theatre · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States of America
A stylish staged reading of the baffling, awkward, intelligent, immature, scary, heartbreaking, devious, honest, and provocative entries that make up the missed connections category of Craigslist.
A stylish staged reading of the baffling, awkward, intelligent, immature, scary, heartbreaking, devious, honest, and provocative entries that make up the missed connections category of Craigslist.

REVOLUTIONARY LOVE

ensemble theatre · international collective theatre · Ages 13+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America
Nazim Hikmet was a world famous Turkish poet, a romantic revolutionary venerated as one of the best of the 20th century. He was imprisoned for his views on life and politics. His love of his countrymen, of Istanbul, of his language, and the love of his life, Piraye,kept him going through it all.
Nazim Hikmet was a world famous Turkish poet, a romantic revolutionary venerated as one of the best of the 20th century. He was imprisoned for his views on life and politics. His love of his countrymen, of Istanbul, of his language, and the love of his life, Piraye,kept him going through it all.

CATALYST

ensemble theatre · the loft ensemble · Ages 15+ · family friendly · United States of America
Loft Ensemble presents Catalyst: a story of six young women who embark on a journey to consume their addiction before it consumes them. Recovery may not be easy, but it's always worth it. Written and Directed by April Morrow.
Loft Ensemble presents Catalyst: a story of six young women who embark on a journey to consume their addiction before it consumes them. Recovery may not be easy, but it's always worth it. Written and Directed by April Morrow.

KINK

ensemble theatre · cdc dramatics · Ages 18+ · United States of America
When a man gets trapped in an elevator with a neighbor prior to a S&M session, they learn that their perceptions of people living next door, might not be all that correct.
When a man gets trapped in an elevator with a neighbor prior to a S&M session, they learn that their perceptions of people living next door, might not be all that correct.

AS WE GO . . . CONTEMPLATIONS ON WATER

ensemble theatre · lovers & madmen productions · Ages 7+ · world premiere · United States of America
When the last drop falls. A theatrical contemplation on water.
When the last drop falls. A theatrical contemplation on water.

CATHERINE: JANE AUSTEN'S NORTHANGER ABBEY IN TODAY'S L.A.

ensemble theatre · ray burley productions · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States of America
Jane Austen's first novel relates the comical tale of imaginative Catherine's first venture into the big city. In this adaptation, the city is L.A., and Catherine must find her way through fickle friendships, unwanted lovers, grisly suspicions, and false rumors. Love is tested; integrity prevails.
Jane Austen's first novel relates the comical tale of imaginative Catherine's first venture into the big city. In this adaptation, the city is L.A., and Catherine must find her way through fickle friendships, unwanted lovers, grisly suspicions, and false rumors. Love is tested; integrity prevails.

BELLEVILLE

ensemble theatre · tapper's woods / doud lumber · Ages 13+ · includes nudity · United States of America
Zack and Abby have the ideal ex-pat life in Paris: an apartment in up-and-coming Belleville, a stable marriage, and Zack's honorable mission to fight pediatric AIDS. But when Abby finds Zack at home when he's supposed to be at work, it shakes the foundation of their seemingly perfect life.
Zack and Abby have the ideal ex-pat life in Paris: an apartment in up-and-coming Belleville, a stable marriage, and Zack's honorable mission to fight pediatric AIDS. But when Abby finds Zack at home when he's supposed to be at work, it shakes the foundation of their seemingly perfect life.

BLONDE AND OTHER SLIGHT DISTRACTIONS, THE

ensemble theatre · curious beast theatre company · Ages 16+ · United States of America
Kidnapping! Damnation! Death! FAMILY! Pay for the Whole Seat, Only Use the Edge. An award-winning collection of humorous vignettes with twists and turns that will make you contemplate your existence...or just chuckle. A refreshingly uncomplicated show. What, you got somethin' better to do?
Kidnapping! Damnation! Death! FAMILY! Pay for the Whole Seat, Only Use the Edge. An award-winning collection of humorous vignettes with twists and turns that will make you contemplate your existence...or just chuckle. A refreshingly uncomplicated show. What, you got somethin' better to do?

PORCH (OR THE FURTHER EDUCATION OF MOLLY JENSEN)

ensemble theatre · three card monte productions · Ages 21+ · world premiere · United States of America
Porch (or The Further Education of Molly Jensen) tells the tale of a tragic love triangle in the American South. What began life as a play in Seattle's 14/48 Theater Festival has now grown into a fairy tale told through the lenses of class, gender, identity, and the American Civil War.
Porch (or The Further Education of Molly Jensen) tells the tale of a tragic love triangle in the American South. What began life as a play in Seattle's 14/48 Theater Festival has now grown into a fairy tale told through the lenses of class, gender, identity, and the American Civil War.

HAPPY

ensemble theatre · ktq productions, belle époque films · Ages 13+ · United States of America
Alfred is happy with his life. He's happy with his job. He's happy with his marriage. He's even happily raising a daughter with cerebral palsy. But when his best friend invites him to meet the latest woman in his life, things spin out of control.
Alfred is happy with his life. He's happy with his job. He's happy with his marriage. He's even happily raising a daughter with cerebral palsy. But when his best friend invites him to meet the latest woman in his life, things spin out of control.