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INTO THE TORRENT SEA

theatre · caruso · Ages 15+ · one person show · United States
Into the Torrent Sea, The Lost Journal of Grace O'Malley, The Pirate Queen of Connaught is the true story of Grace O'Malley, a female Irish pirate from the 1500's on her journey to meet with her enemy, Queen Elizabeth.
Into the Torrent Sea, The Lost Journal of Grace O'Malley, The Pirate Queen of Connaught is the true story of Grace O'Malley, a female Irish pirate from the 1500's on her journey to meet with her enemy, Queen Elizabeth.

JOHN 10:10

theatre · festival theatre usa · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States
A story that explores a unique relationship between a Father, a Son and The Holy Ghost.
A story that explores a unique relationship between a Father, a Son and The Holy Ghost.

BOXWINDOWDOOR

theatre · ice cream palace and bella production · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States
WINDOW debuts the second Act of box Window door at the 2012 Hollywood Fringe Festival! This original production sets the stage on fire with a live installation performance of movement, music, sculpture, light and language using the transformative power of dreams.
WINDOW debuts the second Act of box Window door at the 2012 Hollywood Fringe Festival! This original production sets the stage on fire with a live installation performance of movement, music, sculpture, light and language using the transformative power of dreams.

CROOKED ROADS

theatre · mark moore solo performance · Ages 16+ · family friendly · one person show · United States
From the halls of MIT to the shores of The Tempest, a creative spirit spins between his labor-organizer father and his jet-setting economics mentor, as he struggles to stay on a road of his own choosing. Written and performed by Mark Moore. Directed by and developed with Rod Menzies
From the halls of MIT to the shores of The Tempest, a creative spirit spins between his labor-organizer father and his jet-setting economics mentor, as he struggles to stay on a road of his own choosing. Written and performed by Mark Moore. Directed by and developed with Rod Menzies

LOVE IS A BATTLEFIELD

theatre · love is a battlefield production · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States
Written in the vein of "Pulp Fiction" College friends struggle with growing up in a world where social status and the "normal" life is expected of them. With the pressure of marriage and idea of what love is meant to be, becomes too much. Love? Is it something worth fighting for? Worth dying for?
Written in the vein of "Pulp Fiction" College friends struggle with growing up in a world where social status and the "normal" life is expected of them. With the pressure of marriage and idea of what love is meant to be, becomes too much. Love? Is it something worth fighting for? Worth dying for?

THREE TABLES

theatre · samedi productions · Ages 12+ · United States
Ever sat in a crowded restaurant and asked yourself, "what's their story"? Are they married? On a first date? Celebrating an anniversary? Three Tables by Dan Remmes gives us a glimpse into the complicated, funny and poignant lives of three couples exploring love, loss and possibility.
Ever sat in a crowded restaurant and asked yourself, "what's their story"? Are they married? On a first date? Celebrating an anniversary? Three Tables by Dan Remmes gives us a glimpse into the complicated, funny and poignant lives of three couples exploring love, loss and possibility.

FLESH EATING TIGER

theatre · fierce backbone · Ages 15+ · United States
Vicious dark humor chronicles an affair under the influence in this Los Angeles premiere from writer/director Amy Tofte. He struggles with sobriety, She's dependent on his affection.
Vicious dark humor chronicles an affair under the influence in this Los Angeles premiere from writer/director Amy Tofte. He struggles with sobriety, She's dependent on his affection.

POE AND MATHEWS: A MISADVENTURE IN THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE

theatre · brian kuwabara and emily windler · Ages 10+ · family friendly · United States
Poe and Mathews are an unlikely duo. Once shipwrecked on a deserted island they realize the only thing they have in common is getting on each other’s nerves. Will they survive or kill each other trying? Find out in this absurd clown show! “Laurel and Hardy waiting for Godot” - King Rivers Life Mag.
Poe and Mathews are an unlikely duo. Once shipwrecked on a deserted island they realize the only thing they have in common is getting on each other’s nerves. Will they survive or kill each other trying? Find out in this absurd clown show! “Laurel and Hardy waiting for Godot” - King Rivers Life Mag.

AUTUMN AND OTHER PLAYS

theatre · parking lot theatre · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States
Autumn and other play is a collect of three one act plays from up and coming playwright Peter Hsieh. These which, also include 'The Long and Lonely Howl' and 'TimeCode Rewind' explore many different subjects through comedy, drama, and surrealism.
Autumn and other play is a collect of three one act plays from up and coming playwright Peter Hsieh. These which, also include 'The Long and Lonely Howl' and 'TimeCode Rewind' explore many different subjects through comedy, drama, and surrealism.

FIERCE: INTERVENTIONS

theatre · fierce backbone · Ages 15+ · family friendly · United States
From the brilliant minds at Fierce Backbone comes a collection of three hilarious short pieces all about when it's time to tell the harsh truths. BANANA INTERVENTION by Jeremy Kehoe, THE END OF THE LINE by Mona Deutsch Miller, and CLOUDS REST by Nancy Beverly.
From the brilliant minds at Fierce Backbone comes a collection of three hilarious short pieces all about when it's time to tell the harsh truths. BANANA INTERVENTION by Jeremy Kehoe, THE END OF THE LINE by Mona Deutsch Miller, and CLOUDS REST by Nancy Beverly.

THE GOD PARTICLE COMPLEX

theatre · mindblowing! · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States
A tragic one-act science farce about high energy particle physics, time travel, and the abrupt end of our universe. Written by Chris Bell & Josh Zeller. Directed by Debbie McMahon
A tragic one-act science farce about high energy particle physics, time travel, and the abrupt end of our universe. Written by Chris Bell & Josh Zeller. Directed by Debbie McMahon

KALEIDOSCOPE: A SKETCH COMEDY PROJECT

theatre · jsj · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States
Kaleidoscope is a comedy show composed of sketches that find humor in the random and sometimes awkward experiences of everyday life.
Kaleidoscope is a comedy show composed of sketches that find humor in the random and sometimes awkward experiences of everyday life.

GLENNIE & MAPLE BREAK UP

theatre · sewer socialist productions · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States
Funny, sad, angry, affectionate and poignant, GLENNIE & MAPLE BREAK UP dramatizes the fight(s) two headstrong people must make (or, sometimes, have) just to stay together. Can they have a relationship, even when they aren't in one?
Funny, sad, angry, affectionate and poignant, GLENNIE & MAPLE BREAK UP dramatizes the fight(s) two headstrong people must make (or, sometimes, have) just to stay together. Can they have a relationship, even when they aren't in one?

THE SECRET OF SHERLOCK HOLMES

theatre · mawson vernazza · Ages 10+ · family friendly · United Kingdom
A funny, yet intense, disturbing psychological 2-hander set in an atmospheric Victorian England. Holmes (John Mawson) and Watson (Mario Vernazza) are themselves under the famous magnifying glass. Amir Korangy is an experienced teacher and director. All are classically trained British actors.
A funny, yet intense, disturbing psychological 2-hander set in an atmospheric Victorian England. Holmes (John Mawson) and Watson (Mario Vernazza) are themselves under the famous magnifying glass. Amir Korangy is an experienced teacher and director. All are classically trained British actors.

DRUNK WITH HOPE IN CHICAGO

theatre · what's a girl to do productions · Ages 16+ · one person show · United States
“What’s a nice girl like you NOT drinking in a place like this?” Tara Handron discards clichėd depictions of recovery in her portrayal of Hope and numerous other female alcoholics (some sober and some not so sober) stemming from her thesis research on the subject.
“What’s a nice girl like you NOT drinking in a place like this?” Tara Handron discards clichėd depictions of recovery in her portrayal of Hope and numerous other female alcoholics (some sober and some not so sober) stemming from her thesis research on the subject.