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DREAMS FROM A DEAD CITY

theatre · company of strangers · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States
"For the love of God, keep your cell phones on!" A sci-fi, interactive performance opus. Two stories bleed in and out of each other concerning acts of forgetting and remembering, and everything gained and lost by it. Can horror and mystery really be solved by a smartphone app?
"For the love of God, keep your cell phones on!" A sci-fi, interactive performance opus. Two stories bleed in and out of each other concerning acts of forgetting and remembering, and everything gained and lost by it. Can horror and mystery really be solved by a smartphone app?

JULIUS CAESAR: THE DEATH OF A DICTATOR

theatre · the gangbusters theatre company · Ages 10+ · family friendly · flashing lights · United States
For nearly a decade the award-winning gangbusters theatre company has been attacking Los Angeles stages with their signature speed & violence. Their 21st presentation, Orson Welles' adaptation of Julius Caesar is a brisk and bloody 75 minutes.
For nearly a decade the award-winning gangbusters theatre company has been attacking Los Angeles stages with their signature speed & violence. Their 21st presentation, Orson Welles' adaptation of Julius Caesar is a brisk and bloody 75 minutes.

STEAL AWAY: THE LIVING HISTORY OF HARRIET TUBMAN

theatre · new perspectives theatre company · Ages 5+ · family friendly · United States
Take a journey with Harriet! Join her on dangerous escapes; learn songs that are a secret code. Steal Away is the inspirational story of Harriet’s fight against slavery, her courageous rescue of people via the Underground Railroad and her lifelong efforts to help those in need. Ages 6–11. 60 mins.
Take a journey with Harriet! Join her on dangerous escapes; learn songs that are a secret code. Steal Away is the inspirational story of Harriet’s fight against slavery, her courageous rescue of people via the Underground Railroad and her lifelong efforts to help those in need. Ages 6–11. 60 mins.

DEAR MRS. FERRELL...

theatre · the journeymen · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States
This staged reading follows an embedded photojournalist, and an Iraqi husband desperate to find a way out of the country for his wife and unborn child. When the two worlds collide, a cover up ensues, and those involved are forced to make a decision that will change their lives forever.
This staged reading follows an embedded photojournalist, and an Iraqi husband desperate to find a way out of the country for his wife and unborn child. When the two worlds collide, a cover up ensues, and those involved are forced to make a decision that will change their lives forever.

AM I BLACK ENOUGH YET?

theatre · i.s.m.o theatre company · Ages 13+ · United States
No matter who you are, for one night you get to be African American in this touching, thoughtful, and hysterically funny look at the state of Blackness in America. Am I Black Enough, Yet? takes a bite into Blackness without puncturing, posturing, or preaching.
No matter who you are, for one night you get to be African American in this touching, thoughtful, and hysterically funny look at the state of Blackness in America. Am I Black Enough, Yet? takes a bite into Blackness without puncturing, posturing, or preaching.

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.

THE NEXT BEST THING

theatre · antonio sacre and pan productions · Ages 18+ · one person show · United States
Solo Performer and two-time Best In Fringe Festival at the New York International Fringe Theater Festival winner presents his latest solo show, a blisteringly funny and moving solo performance piece developed with renowned Chicago director Jim Lasko. "Remarkable...a serious artist." Village Voice
Solo Performer and two-time Best In Fringe Festival at the New York International Fringe Theater Festival winner presents his latest solo show, a blisteringly funny and moving solo performance piece developed with renowned Chicago director Jim Lasko. "Remarkable...a serious artist." Village Voice

CONFETTI BAYOU: THE LAST INTERVIEW WITH JANIS JOPLIN

theatre · powder room productions · Ages 15+ · United States
This is Janis Joplin’s imagined final interview…A revelation of her tenderness, vulnerability, and her restlessness with being a Woman. See her journey through addiction, hope, song and the most radical idea yet, LOVE...
This is Janis Joplin’s imagined final interview…A revelation of her tenderness, vulnerability, and her restlessness with being a Woman. See her journey through addiction, hope, song and the most radical idea yet, LOVE...

ONE FOR ALL

theatre · usc theatre · Ages 16+ · world premiere · one person show · United States
Love. Life. and Laughs. A variety of our life stories, yet one thread connects us all—our heart strings. A series of solo plays, with very different stories, but one similar heartbeat, that is the desire to love and know love.
Love. Life. and Laughs. A variety of our life stories, yet one thread connects us all—our heart strings. A series of solo plays, with very different stories, but one similar heartbeat, that is the desire to love and know love.

GLINT, ADAPTED FROM OBLIVION BY DAVID FOSTER WALLACE

theatre · needtheater · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States
Glint is an adaptation of the David Foster Wallace story, "Good Old Neon" in the Oblivion collection. During the play, a man explains to an audience why he committed suicide and what happens after you die. Stark and powerful, the text carries with it the weight of its author's own suicide in 2008.
Glint is an adaptation of the David Foster Wallace story, "Good Old Neon" in the Oblivion collection. During the play, a man explains to an audience why he committed suicide and what happens after you die. Stark and powerful, the text carries with it the weight of its author's own suicide in 2008.

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.

THE CRACKWALKER

theatre · the meus productions · Ages 16+ · Canada
With these unpredictable characters and with her shattering insights, The Crackwalker proves why Thompson’s work has become a staple in Canadian theatre.
With these unpredictable characters and with her shattering insights, The Crackwalker proves why Thompson’s work has become a staple in Canadian theatre.

"THE LAST OF THE KNOTTS"

theatre · spoken word festival · Ages 15+ · world premiere · one person show · United States
A carefree hipster unwraps the gift of love and finds a time-bomb of revenge. Tallahassee patriarch Judge Knott wanted his only son, Doug, to give him a grandson. Doug, having taken enough shit from the redneck Judge says, "No way. I am the last of the Knotts." This is Knott a comedy.
A carefree hipster unwraps the gift of love and finds a time-bomb of revenge. Tallahassee patriarch Judge Knott wanted his only son, Doug, to give him a grandson. Doug, having taken enough shit from the redneck Judge says, "No way. I am the last of the Knotts." This is Knott a comedy.

"THE SUM OF MY PARTS"

theatre · a michael mullen production · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States
“THE SUM OF MY PARTS” Written and Performed By: Michael Mullen Directed By: Louise Hung * Dress up can only go so far! Come along with this girly-boy on a heartbreaking and hilarious journey to embrace all of his...and her parts.
“THE SUM OF MY PARTS” Written and Performed By: Michael Mullen Directed By: Louise Hung * Dress up can only go so far! Come along with this girly-boy on a heartbreaking and hilarious journey to embrace all of his...and her parts.

OUR LADY OF 121ST STREET

theatre · skinny black girl productions · Ages 17+ · United States
In this insightful and hilarious piece the characters inevitably square off on each other under rather dark circumstances. They unite motivated by rage, pain, and a scary desire to come clean for the sake of thier dearly beloved, recently deceased Sister Rose... wherever she might be.
In this insightful and hilarious piece the characters inevitably square off on each other under rather dark circumstances. They unite motivated by rage, pain, and a scary desire to come clean for the sake of thier dearly beloved, recently deceased Sister Rose... wherever she might be.

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