NEGATIVE SPACES

ensemble theatre · cluster b · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America
Life, death and the space between: this play explores trust, betrayal, longing and loss, and their corrosive effects on relationships and the choices that define them. Heavy, sad, with moments of harsh reality cut by sharp humor, it examines what happens when a couple can't (or won't) reproduce.
Life, death and the space between: this play explores trust, betrayal, longing and loss, and their corrosive effects on relationships and the choices that define them. Heavy, sad, with moments of harsh reality cut by sharp humor, it examines what happens when a couple can't (or won't) reproduce.

PARIS SYNDROME

ensemble theatre · self-produced · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America
Freshly divorced, a young-ish man decides the only way he can climb out the depressive hole he's fallen into is to blame Paris and sets off on an journey of self-rediscovery. Well, sort of. Basically, he just wants to find the lock he and his ex-wife once hung on a Parisian bridge and cut it off.
Freshly divorced, a young-ish man decides the only way he can climb out the depressive hole he's fallen into is to blame Paris and sets off on an journey of self-rediscovery. Well, sort of. Basically, he just wants to find the lock he and his ex-wife once hung on a Parisian bridge and cut it off.

BLACKBALLED

ensemble theatre · red flag media productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
Following the team owners' struggles to bring their underfunded league to prominence despite the odds; "BlackBalled" is an intimate look at the rise and fall of Negro League Baseball.
Following the team owners' struggles to bring their underfunded league to prominence despite the odds; "BlackBalled" is an intimate look at the rise and fall of Negro League Baseball.

"THE THIRTY-THREE"

ensemble theatre · reaact · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America
Reilly has never questioned her life before. While working a dead-end job with nothing to show for it, Dhyrce shows her a way to live life that may be the kind of excitement she's looking for. What neither of them know is that the meaning of life is harder to figure out than just playing the part.
Reilly has never questioned her life before. While working a dead-end job with nothing to show for it, Dhyrce shows her a way to live life that may be the kind of excitement she's looking for. What neither of them know is that the meaning of life is harder to figure out than just playing the part.

BENEVOLENCE

ensemble theatre · producer · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
Through the lens of three separate stories, Benevolence is an original two act drama about how our most important decisions are rarely made by us.
Through the lens of three separate stories, Benevolence is an original two act drama about how our most important decisions are rarely made by us.

THE OBAMA EFFECT

ensemble theatre · the marshall studio · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States of America
The Obama Effect is a one act play that deals with how Barack Obama changed the conversation in America from the time he announced that he was running for President up until his victory.
The Obama Effect is a one act play that deals with how Barack Obama changed the conversation in America from the time he announced that he was running for President up until his victory.

TBD

ensemble theatre · no company · Ages 0+ · United States of America
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CONVERTED

ensemble theatre · william tolan lawrence · Ages 17+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
Matt and Zeke get caught having sex at a gay conversion therapy camp in southern Ohio. As punishment for their sins, Brother Mike and Sister Constance devise a plot to cure them of their illness, and exorcise a few homosexual demons along the way. An original one-act comedy.
Matt and Zeke get caught having sex at a gay conversion therapy camp in southern Ohio. As punishment for their sins, Brother Mike and Sister Constance devise a plot to cure them of their illness, and exorcise a few homosexual demons along the way. An original one-act comedy.

MOST MASSIVE WOMAN WINS

ensemble theatre · yridia's company · Ages 12+ · family friendly · United States of America
Four women of various shapes and sizes sitting in the waiting room of a liposuction clinic explore their perceptions of body image. Experiences that both haunt and empower these women as they imagine their way to a new vision of themselves as beautiful and whole.
Four women of various shapes and sizes sitting in the waiting room of a liposuction clinic explore their perceptions of body image. Experiences that both haunt and empower these women as they imagine their way to a new vision of themselves as beautiful and whole.

JUST ONE MOMENT

ensemble theatre · mb stage productions, llc · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
Between this life and the next, all prayers are taken by the Afterlife Assistance Center. Got a question for dead Aunt Sally? Want to ask some questions on the ouija board? Really need an A on that next test? The Afterlife Assistance Center is here to help you!
Between this life and the next, all prayers are taken by the Afterlife Assistance Center. Got a question for dead Aunt Sally? Want to ask some questions on the ouija board? Really need an A on that next test? The Afterlife Assistance Center is here to help you!

ECT'S DANNY AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA

ensemble theatre · elysium conservatory theatre · Ages 17+ · United States of America
ECT roars into The Hollywood Fringe with an unprecedented ensemble experience. Each performance unleashes new members of our mainstage company into the roles of Danny & Roberta - celebrating the unapologetic, raw humanity of our #FearlessArtists
ECT roars into The Hollywood Fringe with an unprecedented ensemble experience. Each performance unleashes new members of our mainstage company into the roles of Danny & Roberta - celebrating the unapologetic, raw humanity of our #FearlessArtists

VILLAIN - AN AMERICAN STORY

ensemble theatre · from the gut creations · Ages 13+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
"Villain" compares the lives of two families who have to deal with the aftermath of the same tragedy, the shooting of a black teenage boy by a white police officer. To live righteously, must we create a villain?
"Villain" compares the lives of two families who have to deal with the aftermath of the same tragedy, the shooting of a black teenage boy by a white police officer. To live righteously, must we create a villain?

SPACEMAN

ensemble theatre · looking glass · Ages 15+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America
A mother and daughter have rescued a drowning man amidst a reckless storm. They take the man in to care for him when he soon reveals that he is from the future and his space ship crash landed into the sea.
A mother and daughter have rescued a drowning man amidst a reckless storm. They take the man in to care for him when he soon reveals that he is from the future and his space ship crash landed into the sea.

THE OZ MONOLOGUES

ensemble theatre · italo productions · Ages 10+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America
The Oz Monologues goes beyond the story you already know, exploring each of the beloved characters from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz... with a poetic and irreverent modern take.
The Oz Monologues goes beyond the story you already know, exploring each of the beloved characters from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz... with a poetic and irreverent modern take.

HAIKU

ensemble theatre · mary smith · Ages 12+ · United States of America
Louise is a young woman with Autism who has brief intervals of cognizance and where she speaks in beautiful haiku poetry. Her mother, Nell, has published the poems under her own name. When older daughter, Billie, visits, she refuses to believe that Louise composed the extraordinary poems.
Louise is a young woman with Autism who has brief intervals of cognizance and where she speaks in beautiful haiku poetry. Her mother, Nell, has published the poems under her own name. When older daughter, Billie, visits, she refuses to believe that Louise composed the extraordinary poems.