BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE

ensemble theatre · turquoise heart productions · Ages 13+ · family friendly · United States of America
A blind young man moves out on his own for the first time against his protective Iranian-American mother's judgment. When she barges in unannounced- before their agreed 2 month separation period- and finds his new love interest, a kooky, sexy, somewhat flaky young actress, maternal mayhem follows.
A blind young man moves out on his own for the first time against his protective Iranian-American mother's judgment. When she barges in unannounced- before their agreed 2 month separation period- and finds his new love interest, a kooky, sexy, somewhat flaky young actress, maternal mayhem follows.

LA LLORONA

ensemble theatre · ma ma ma my llorona · Ages 17+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
Terrifying new twists carry the classic superstition into demented realidad viva! Ages ago, the madness of beautiful Maria reaches al repugnante extremo– and to the ultimate unthinkable act. Now, forevermore, children must behave or else beware the horrible Wailing Woman– LA LLORONA!
Terrifying new twists carry the classic superstition into demented realidad viva! Ages ago, the madness of beautiful Maria reaches al repugnante extremo– and to the ultimate unthinkable act. Now, forevermore, children must behave or else beware the horrible Wailing Woman– LA LLORONA!

DON'T TALK ABOUT IT, SPIT ABOUT IT

ensemble theatre · loks angeles productions · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
SPIT is Spoken Word Ensemble Theatre. Written in contemporary metered and free verse; SPIT dances between dialogue and soliloquy, bravely exploring the important themes of our times. #spitaboutit
SPIT is Spoken Word Ensemble Theatre. Written in contemporary metered and free verse; SPIT dances between dialogue and soliloquy, bravely exploring the important themes of our times. #spitaboutit

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?

LOVE THE ONES YOU'RE WITH

ensemble theatre · martin k. zitter assocs. · Ages 18+ · United States of America
A philandering husband gets a lot more than he bargained for.
A philandering husband gets a lot more than he bargained for.

SMUDGE

ensemble theatre · simple dog productions · Ages 16+ · flashing lights · United States of America
A married couple are excited they are about to add an addition to their family - but after their baby is born with the unimaginable, they give her the nickname "Smudge". This dramedy includes wit yet has you reaching for your tissues. Human emotions stretched outside their comfort zone.
A married couple are excited they are about to add an addition to their family - but after their baby is born with the unimaginable, they give her the nickname "Smudge". This dramedy includes wit yet has you reaching for your tissues. Human emotions stretched outside their comfort zone.

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.

THAT SHITTY SWEATER

ensemble theatre · what about this? productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
Stories and songs about love, death, ashtrays, Joan Van Ark and much more. Critically acclaimed recording artist, Cynthia Carle teams with Second City Alum, Wendy Hopkins for a warm, witty, delightfully fun evening. Guaranteed laughs or a shitty sweater is yours!
Stories and songs about love, death, ashtrays, Joan Van Ark and much more. Critically acclaimed recording artist, Cynthia Carle teams with Second City Alum, Wendy Hopkins for a warm, witty, delightfully fun evening. Guaranteed laughs or a shitty sweater is yours!

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.

DANNY AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA

ensemble theatre · mohawk street · Ages 17+ · includes nudity · United States of America
"…the play is the equivalent of sitting at ringside watching a prize fight that concludes in a loving embrace." —NY Times. "…a funny, frightening, hypnotically fascinating evening of theatre…" —Drama-Logue.
"…the play is the equivalent of sitting at ringside watching a prize fight that concludes in a loving embrace." —NY Times. "…a funny, frightening, hypnotically fascinating evening of theatre…" —Drama-Logue.

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.

INDIANS IN A BOX: STORIES FROM THE INDIAN BOARDING SCHOOL

ensemble theatre · native voices at the autry · Ages 12+ · family friendly · United States of America
Based on first person narratives, videos and historical documents, this collection of stories depicts the reality and repercussions of the American Indian Boarding School system from the late 1800's to the present, the effects of which can still be felt today.
Based on first person narratives, videos and historical documents, this collection of stories depicts the reality and repercussions of the American Indian Boarding School system from the late 1800's to the present, the effects of which can still be felt today.

TRACERS

ensemble theatre · ctb productions · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · United States of America
A powerful, unsettling and ultimately devastating account of the Vietnam War, written by men who were there.
A powerful, unsettling and ultimately devastating account of the Vietnam War, written by men who were there.

ELEEMOSYNARY

ensemble theatre · kas productions · United States of America
A simply staged play about the complicated relationships of three genius women - grandmother, mother and daughter. A smart, intimate tale by Lee Blessing that jumps back and forth in time to explore the amusing, depressing, desperate and hopeful realities of family connection.
A simply staged play about the complicated relationships of three genius women - grandmother, mother and daughter. A smart, intimate tale by Lee Blessing that jumps back and forth in time to explore the amusing, depressing, desperate and hopeful realities of family connection.

ORSON WELLES & SCATMAN CROTHERS IN 'A HOLLYWOOD ENDING'

ensemble theatre · pachyderm productions · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America
In 1985, Orson Welles, Hollywood legend, & Scatman Crothers, best known for taking an axe to the chest in 'The Shining', did voice work on the animated film "Transformers: The Movie". It was the last job for each. "A Hollywood Ending" tells the story of their meeting at the film's auditions.
In 1985, Orson Welles, Hollywood legend, & Scatman Crothers, best known for taking an axe to the chest in 'The Shining', did voice work on the animated film "Transformers: The Movie". It was the last job for each. "A Hollywood Ending" tells the story of their meeting at the film's auditions.