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THE DUMB WAITER

theatre · vespertine productions · Ages 12+ · United States
This production of Harold Pinter's "The Dumb Waiter" is a haunting depiction of classism that will examine the inability of humans to communicate with each other, the claustrophobia resulting from a lack of social mobility, and man's inhumanity to man.
This production of Harold Pinter's "The Dumb Waiter" is a haunting depiction of classism that will examine the inability of humans to communicate with each other, the claustrophobia resulting from a lack of social mobility, and man's inhumanity to man.

MARATHON REDUX

theatre · theatre of note · Ages 16+ · United States
Theatre of NOTE showcases some notable acts from its latest Performance Marathon, a sixteen-year-old Hollywood tradition featuring an eclectic mix of performance art. Join us as we celebrate our 30th anniversary by sharing the renowned Marathon experience with the Hollywood Fringe audience.
Theatre of NOTE showcases some notable acts from its latest Performance Marathon, a sixteen-year-old Hollywood tradition featuring an eclectic mix of performance art. Join us as we celebrate our 30th anniversary by sharing the renowned Marathon experience with the Hollywood Fringe audience.

FIVE UNEASY PIECES

theatre · devoted, inc. · Ages 15+ · one person show · United States
FIVE UNEASY PIECES is an outrageous collection of unsettling character sketches. It’s a richly comic look at several exotic personalities as they face crucial moments in their lives, each with a hilarious and disturbing story. Leave your expectations at home. Performed with live jazz accompaniment.
FIVE UNEASY PIECES is an outrageous collection of unsettling character sketches. It’s a richly comic look at several exotic personalities as they face crucial moments in their lives, each with a hilarious and disturbing story. Leave your expectations at home. Performed with live jazz accompaniment.

DANNY AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA

theatre · pretty in detroit · Ages 18+ · United States
Danny and the Deep Blue Sea, John Patrick Shanley's second play, is a fairy tale for the damned set in a Bronx bar with two battered, bruised, and violent, lonely souls yearning for a connection. Written by : John Patrick Shanley Starring: Alison Quinn & Tyler Brooks Directed By: Kevin Quinn
Danny and the Deep Blue Sea, John Patrick Shanley's second play, is a fairy tale for the damned set in a Bronx bar with two battered, bruised, and violent, lonely souls yearning for a connection. Written by : John Patrick Shanley Starring: Alison Quinn & Tyler Brooks Directed By: Kevin Quinn

PAINT: IMAGINING A LOVE STORY...

theatre · blue rose theatre · Ages 10+ · United States
A magical, romantic take on the tumultuous relationship between Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns, this award-winning original play imagines their rivalry and friendship after their break-up in 1961. It is a story about fame, jealousy, art and betrayal. But above all else, it is a Love Story.
A magical, romantic take on the tumultuous relationship between Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns, this award-winning original play imagines their rivalry and friendship after their break-up in 1961. It is a story about fame, jealousy, art and betrayal. But above all else, it is a Love Story.

POISON APPLE - A SEXY PSYCHO-THRILLER TRAGIC LOVE STORY

theatre · 134 west and dancing barefoot productions · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States
Based on true events. 2 men are forced to confront their innermost demons and take unimaginable action in this darkly suspenseful psycho-sexy one-act thriller. Tix and Res http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/185973
Based on true events. 2 men are forced to confront their innermost demons and take unimaginable action in this darkly suspenseful psycho-sexy one-act thriller. Tix and Res http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/185973

CHRISTMAS IN BAKERSFIELD

theatre · the adventures of les kurkendaal · Ages 13+ · family friendly · one person show · United States
When Mike brings his boyfriend Les home to visit his Caucasian , Right Wing Republican Family for the Christmas Holidays , he realizes that he forgot to tell them one very important thing , that Les is African American. Oops ! This show puts the fun is dysfunctional .
When Mike brings his boyfriend Les home to visit his Caucasian , Right Wing Republican Family for the Christmas Holidays , he realizes that he forgot to tell them one very important thing , that Les is African American. Oops ! This show puts the fun is dysfunctional .

MESS

theatre · violet smear creations · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States
A mostly funny exploration on being kind of a mess.
A mostly funny exploration on being kind of a mess.

MATT & BEN

theatre · little hand productions · Ages 15+ · United States
In 1997 Matt Damon and Ben Affleck won an Oscar for their screenplay "Good Will Hunting," making them famous overnight. This hilarious comedy features Jessica Blair and Maggie Henry as Matt and Ben, respectively. When the "Good Will Hunting" script falls from the sky, what will they do with it?
In 1997 Matt Damon and Ben Affleck won an Oscar for their screenplay "Good Will Hunting," making them famous overnight. This hilarious comedy features Jessica Blair and Maggie Henry as Matt and Ben, respectively. When the "Good Will Hunting" script falls from the sky, what will they do with it?

100 SAINTS YOU SHOULD KNOW

theatre · elephant theatre company · Ages 16+ · includes nudity · United States
The West Coast Premiere of Kate Fodor's 100 Saints You Should Know takes us on a compelling and heartbreaking journey in search for self and recognition. Part of the Elephant Theatre Company's 15th Season, Directed by Lindsay Allbaugh, opens May 27 and runs through June 26 at the Elephant Space.
The West Coast Premiere of Kate Fodor's 100 Saints You Should Know takes us on a compelling and heartbreaking journey in search for self and recognition. Part of the Elephant Theatre Company's 15th Season, Directed by Lindsay Allbaugh, opens May 27 and runs through June 26 at the Elephant Space.

BLOOD FRUIT

theatre · spoken word festival · Ages 18+ · one person show · United States
This one-man show tells the autobiographical story of Majd Murad as he comes out to his Catholic Iraqi family. Funny and bittersweet, this show is sure to educate and inspire its audience. Tickets $15.00
This one-man show tells the autobiographical story of Majd Murad as he comes out to his Catholic Iraqi family. Funny and bittersweet, this show is sure to educate and inspire its audience. Tickets $15.00

YOUNG HEARTS ALONE ON STAGE

theatre · walk a mile productions/saipro · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States
Original solo monologues from the souls of 8 courageous grads from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. A cast that includes a Korean romantic, a wealthy homeboy, an escapee from rehab, an AA meeting virgin, a PSA on mak'n babies, a boxed up Christian, a monkey poet, and the Dook Master.
Original solo monologues from the souls of 8 courageous grads from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. A cast that includes a Korean romantic, a wealthy homeboy, an escapee from rehab, an AA meeting virgin, a PSA on mak'n babies, a boxed up Christian, a monkey poet, and the Dook Master.

FACT & FICTION

theatre · sixth avenue · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States
William recollects his year in Brazil as a high school exchange student – the worst exchange student ever. Adam confesses to being stalked by a vengeful film student. Both dudes bring to life hilariously unreliable stories that will, quite truthfully, blow your mind.
William recollects his year in Brazil as a high school exchange student – the worst exchange student ever. Adam confesses to being stalked by a vengeful film student. Both dudes bring to life hilariously unreliable stories that will, quite truthfully, blow your mind.

N'AFIA

theatre · warrior poet · Ages 12+ · United States
In war torn Albasrah, Iraq, two civilian refugees seek shelter from the oncoming American invasion. Nafi'a is a look at the unfortunate reality of war in the modern world and our desperate need to understand one another in order to survive it. Written by Anton Ray Directed by Michael McIntyre.
In war torn Albasrah, Iraq, two civilian refugees seek shelter from the oncoming American invasion. Nafi'a is a look at the unfortunate reality of war in the modern world and our desperate need to understand one another in order to survive it. Written by Anton Ray Directed by Michael McIntyre.

PEDESTRIAN

theatre · o'farrell productions · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States
How would you handle a stranger...eh hem...exposing himself to you? Gross! And not just a flasher, but a stranger who stands for a full five minutes and...uh...well...plays with himself. Gross! And you sit there and watch because? Because you're trapped underground waiting for your train to arrive!
How would you handle a stranger...eh hem...exposing himself to you? Gross! And not just a flasher, but a stranger who stands for a full five minutes and...uh...well...plays with himself. Gross! And you sit there and watch because? Because you're trapped underground waiting for your train to arrive!