SHORT PLAYS FOR ALL YOUR PROBLEMS!

ensemble theatre · winner entertainment · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States
You have problems. You pooped your pants in 3rd grade. Eric Tandy pooped in your hat in 7th grade. Then the high school goth phase. Now, you’re poor, getting fat, making terrible life decisions. You’re just like me. You have problems. We have plays. From the writer/director of “The Birthday Boys.”
You have problems. You pooped your pants in 3rd grade. Eric Tandy pooped in your hat in 7th grade. Then the high school goth phase. Now, you’re poor, getting fat, making terrible life decisions. You’re just like me. You have problems. We have plays. From the writer/director of “The Birthday Boys.”

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.

THE CITY LIGHTS

ensemble theatre · bgba media group · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States
Four women find themselves intertwined in the everyday monatany of city life when very drastically things change for them all. An absurdist style performance that leaves the audience guessing exactly how these women will continue living in the city lights.
Four women find themselves intertwined in the everyday monatany of city life when very drastically things change for them all. An absurdist style performance that leaves the audience guessing exactly how these women will continue living in the city lights.

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?

NOUNS

ensemble theatre · feelings theater company · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States
A comedic journey of one mans untimely transgression and his subsequent spiritual awakening.
A comedic journey of one mans untimely transgression and his subsequent spiritual awakening.

CECILY BY GILLIAN PLOWMAN

ensemble theatre · cape turnaround productions · Ages 16+ · family friendly · United States
After a motorcycle accident that leaves a once vibrant young woman, brain-damaged and wheelchair bound. Family relationships are put to a test. And loyalties are questioned. Produced by Special Arrangement with THE DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY of Woodstock, Illinois.
After a motorcycle accident that leaves a once vibrant young woman, brain-damaged and wheelchair bound. Family relationships are put to a test. And loyalties are questioned. Produced by Special Arrangement with THE DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY of Woodstock, Illinois.

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.

RUNAWAY: THE STORY OF AN OUTLAW

ensemble theatre · read between the lines productions · Ages 13+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States
A notorious Outlaw recounts his experience with love and loss.
A notorious Outlaw recounts his experience with love and loss.

PICASSO'S WOMEN: THE DARKER SIDE OF GENIUS

ensemble theatre · c.a.p.s. (productions) · Ages 18+ · United States
In 1954, five of “Picasso’s women” meet in a café in Paris, to see if they can cooperate- despite animosities and jealousies- in writing a book about their experiences. A dramatic and entertaining examination of love, genius, misogyny, paintings, impunity, sex, betrayals, fears, strengths, etc.
In 1954, five of “Picasso’s women” meet in a café in Paris, to see if they can cooperate- despite animosities and jealousies- in writing a book about their experiences. A dramatic and entertaining examination of love, genius, misogyny, paintings, impunity, sex, betrayals, fears, strengths, etc.

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.

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?

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.

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.

NIGHTMARICOMIO

ensemble theatre · zombie joe's underground theatre group · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States
Zombie Joe's Underground Theatre Group is proud to premiere our all-new, all-enveloping fantastical production delving into our greatest dreams, nightmares, hopes, fears and ambitions...Seeing is believing, when the mind is not blind!
Zombie Joe's Underground Theatre Group is proud to premiere our all-new, all-enveloping fantastical production delving into our greatest dreams, nightmares, hopes, fears and ambitions...Seeing is believing, when the mind is not blind!

MY BROTHER

ensemble theatre · intact productions and five points productions · Ages 13+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States
What makes a monster? MY BROTHER is the story of John Wilkes Booth, and the relationships and dreams that brought him to assassinate the most beloved President in US History, as viewed through the eyes of those who knew him the best - his family
What makes a monster? MY BROTHER is the story of John Wilkes Booth, and the relationships and dreams that brought him to assassinate the most beloved President in US History, as viewed through the eyes of those who knew him the best - his family

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!

An American Video Store

Taking place over 3 pivotal moments in the history of the American Video Store, our intimate story of clerks and customers examines the rise and fall of a cultural phenomenon that defined a generation.

Sugar Free Foster Care

“SugarFree: Foster Care Cognitive Dissonance” is a solo show that combines psychology, poetry, personal narratives, humor, and lived experiences into a creative theatre play that will grab at the heartstrings.

How To Be A Rock Star

Sam Pocker teaches you how to become a rock star using commonly found household items. 18+, no experience required.