45 MILLIGRAMS

ensemble theatre · enk · Ages 16+ · world premiere · 33 mins · United States of America
Two roommates in a mental institution complain to their doctor about an imaginary man.
Two roommates in a mental institution complain to their doctor about an imaginary man.

WHAT? A STORY SHOW

ensemble theatre · pop-up theater · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States of America
GROWING THROUGH IT each real story starts and stops as they intersect, interact & intertwine. performers come into and act out each other's stories.
GROWING THROUGH IT each real story starts and stops as they intersect, interact & intertwine. performers come into and act out each other's stories.

BUSHWICK

ensemble theatre · the bear's pursuit · Ages 16+ · includes nudity · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America
Skip, Beatrix, and Byron gotta find someone to sublet and they gotta find it fast. When an unsuspected guest shows up, their hopes and dreams for the perfect roommate goes mysteriously awry.
Skip, Beatrix, and Byron gotta find someone to sublet and they gotta find it fast. When an unsuspected guest shows up, their hopes and dreams for the perfect roommate goes mysteriously awry.

ROOTS: AN EVENING OF WORLD PREMIERE SHORTS

ensemble theatre · theatre of note · Ages 18+ · world premiere · 90 mins · United States of America
ROOTS: An Evening of World Premiere Shorts is four wonderfully strange world premiere short plays that usher audiences through the complexity of the human condition.
ROOTS: An Evening of World Premiere Shorts is four wonderfully strange world premiere short plays that usher audiences through the complexity of the human condition.

CREDITORS BY AUGUST STRINDBERG

ensemble theatre · black box thespians · Ages 17+ · United States of America
Strindberg’s Creditors is a powerful psychodrama, which has a comedic flare. Adolph, a painter is developing a neurological disorder, has been befriended by Gustav, who both inspires him and feeds his mind with doubts and insecurities about work, his wife, his masculinity and his mortality.
Strindberg’s Creditors is a powerful psychodrama, which has a comedic flare. Adolph, a painter is developing a neurological disorder, has been befriended by Gustav, who both inspires him and feeds his mind with doubts and insecurities about work, his wife, his masculinity and his mortality.

TALES FROM THE POWDER ROOM

ensemble theatre · planetm media · Ages 13+ · world premiere · 55 mins · United States of America
6 Vignettes about women in the workplace that happen to take place in a restroom.
6 Vignettes about women in the workplace that happen to take place in a restroom.

BLUE KISS

ensemble theatre · stealfire productions / fable entertainment · Ages 15+ · world premiere · 80 mins · United States of America
An SAT tutoring session takes a shocking turn when the teacher realizes that his new student is not who she claimed to be, in this intense nerve-racking drama. | www.bluekissplay.com
An SAT tutoring session takes a shocking turn when the teacher realizes that his new student is not who she claimed to be, in this intense nerve-racking drama. | www.bluekissplay.com

SILENT JOY, A NEW PLAY

ensemble theatre · empty space artistry · Ages 13+ · flashing lights · world premiere · 90 mins · United States of America
When a girl trapped by her own demons decides to help Joy, a kind, mysterious boy whose mouth is sewn shut, she must face her darkest memories to find redemption for her new friend. This epic drama of love and forgiveness is brought to life with an ensemble cast and 2 live musicians.
When a girl trapped by her own demons decides to help Joy, a kind, mysterious boy whose mouth is sewn shut, she must face her darkest memories to find redemption for her new friend. This epic drama of love and forgiveness is brought to life with an ensemble cast and 2 live musicians.

MY TRANS WIFE

ensemble theatre · good girl productions · Ages 13+ · 1hr · United States of America
Mara lived as male most of her life. Mimi was raised in a traditional Catholic family. They fell in love, got married, and everything changed. As Mara struggles with her gender identity, Mimi struggles with letting go of long-held beliefs enough to acknowledge that she could love someone like Mara.
Mara lived as male most of her life. Mimi was raised in a traditional Catholic family. They fell in love, got married, and everything changed. As Mara struggles with her gender identity, Mimi struggles with letting go of long-held beliefs enough to acknowledge that she could love someone like Mara.

THE INSTITUTE FOR THE OPPOSITE OF LONGING

ensemble theatre · lindsay beamish and vanessa peters · Ages 12+ · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America
The Institute for The Opposite of Longing can cure that thing deep in the pit of your body. But what happens when its owners and operators can’t let go of the little boy they had to give back? Please enter the Opposite of Longing Chamber. We can help you. The process is simple.
The Institute for The Opposite of Longing can cure that thing deep in the pit of your body. But what happens when its owners and operators can’t let go of the little boy they had to give back? Please enter the Opposite of Longing Chamber. We can help you. The process is simple.

WHY DID THE CHICKEN CROSS THE ROAD?

ensemble theatre · matthew hennigar · Ages 14+ · 90 mins · United States of America
After a critically acclaimed run in London, “Why did the Chicken Cross the Road?” comes to LA as part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival. Turning the familiar joke into a comedic quest, the play follows the words in that joke as they try to figure out their meaning and reach the 'real world'.
After a critically acclaimed run in London, “Why did the Chicken Cross the Road?” comes to LA as part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival. Turning the familiar joke into a comedic quest, the play follows the words in that joke as they try to figure out their meaning and reach the 'real world'.

IF WE RUN

ensemble theatre · kadm productions · Ages 15+ · world premiere · 55 mins · United States of America
Brian and Rachel were the perfect couple and seemed destined to live happily ever after. But that was a long time ago and life got in the way of those dreams. Tonight, they meet in their old romantic spot for one last night together. Is there still hope for them after all these years?
Brian and Rachel were the perfect couple and seemed destined to live happily ever after. But that was a long time ago and life got in the way of those dreams. Tonight, they meet in their old romantic spot for one last night together. Is there still hope for them after all these years?

GUILT

ensemble theatre · cyanide theatre · Ages 16+ · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America
A man searching for a phantom armadillo. A priest breaking from her faith. Former multiple award-winning Hollywood Fringe vets team up to present two original short plays: ‘The Holy Name of Apostasy’ by Ryan Lisman, and ‘Man vs. Armadillo’ by Benjamin Schwartz.
A man searching for a phantom armadillo. A priest breaking from her faith. Former multiple award-winning Hollywood Fringe vets team up to present two original short plays: ‘The Holy Name of Apostasy’ by Ryan Lisman, and ‘Man vs. Armadillo’ by Benjamin Schwartz.

DOUBLE FALSEHOOD

ensemble theatre · the porters of hellsgate · Ages 13+ · United States of America
Shakespeare’s lost play: The Porters of Hellsgate present DOUBLE FALSEHOOD by Lewis Theobald, adapted from the lost manuscript of CARDENIO by William Shakespeare and John Fletcher. This adaptation of Shakespeare’s play reemerged in the 18th century. 55-minutes; directed by Alex Parker.
Shakespeare’s lost play: The Porters of Hellsgate present DOUBLE FALSEHOOD by Lewis Theobald, adapted from the lost manuscript of CARDENIO by William Shakespeare and John Fletcher. This adaptation of Shakespeare’s play reemerged in the 18th century. 55-minutes; directed by Alex Parker.

WAITING

ensemble theatre · new concepts theatre company · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America
the world has become numb to unspeakable tragedies... but how can one stay numb when terror strikes so close to home?
the world has become numb to unspeakable tragedies... but how can one stay numb when terror strikes so close to home?