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SPEED MERCHANT (OF VENICE)

theatre · action! theatre company · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States
A 90-minute version of Shakespeare's play - drawing on influences from corporate gangsterism and reality television. Directed by Tiger Reel and adapted by Tiger Reel and Jack Young.
A 90-minute version of Shakespeare's play - drawing on influences from corporate gangsterism and reality television. Directed by Tiger Reel and adapted by Tiger Reel and Jack Young.

THE ANNUAL MEETING FOR THE SOCIETY OF LONE FISHERMEN...

theatre · fierce backbone · Ages 15+ · family friendly · one person show · United States
The Angler...he will wrestle fish into the boat, tell some salty jokes, play tag with a Coast Guard cutter, and have an unanticipated cathartic experience. This is not an actor sitting on a stool. This is a solo show in which shit happens. Grab your life vest and come along.
The Angler...he will wrestle fish into the boat, tell some salty jokes, play tag with a Coast Guard cutter, and have an unanticipated cathartic experience. This is not an actor sitting on a stool. This is a solo show in which shit happens. Grab your life vest and come along.

PRINCES DON'T LIVE IN CYBERLAND

theatre · once upon a reality productions · Ages 16+ · United States
Once upon a time there was a girl who was raised on every Disney Fairy Tale. In her quest to find her prince she made every mistake in the book. With the help of a mom who has been married 31 years and a grandma who broke all the rules, Erika's about to learn that 'Happily Ever After' still exists.
Once upon a time there was a girl who was raised on every Disney Fairy Tale. In her quest to find her prince she made every mistake in the book. With the help of a mom who has been married 31 years and a grandma who broke all the rules, Erika's about to learn that 'Happily Ever After' still exists.

FIERCE: RELATIONS

theatre · fierce backbone · Ages 15+ · United States
From the brilliant minds at Fierce Backbone comes a collection of shorts about people -- the good, the bad, and the alternatively minded. WHOLE FOODS and TALK IN 10 by Cailin Harrison, GAYBY's PLAYDATE by Jan O'Connor, and A FEW GOOD PB&Js by Jeremy Kehoe.
From the brilliant minds at Fierce Backbone comes a collection of shorts about people -- the good, the bad, and the alternatively minded. WHOLE FOODS and TALK IN 10 by Cailin Harrison, GAYBY's PLAYDATE by Jan O'Connor, and A FEW GOOD PB&Js by Jeremy Kehoe.

DIARY OF A SOCIOPATHIC FREAKAZOID

theatre · brooklyn studio lab · Ages 18+ · United Kingdom
Diary of a Sociopathic Freakazoid is an experimental theatrical experience where we dive into the black heart and mind of a New York sociopath using theatrical, musical and installation elements.Written and Directed by Richard Crawford and starring Zoe Rosario, Ruthie Stephens and Bertrand Roy.
Diary of a Sociopathic Freakazoid is an experimental theatrical experience where we dive into the black heart and mind of a New York sociopath using theatrical, musical and installation elements.Written and Directed by Richard Crawford and starring Zoe Rosario, Ruthie Stephens and Bertrand Roy.

INTERNMENT

theatre · 2-11-90 · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States
How much would you sacrifice to pursue a dream? Intern trainees at the busiest television casting office in Los Angeles are about to find out, as they are led on a wild and unforgettable training day by a hotshot casting director, a street tough from Brooklyn, and a RADA-trained Brit.
How much would you sacrifice to pursue a dream? Intern trainees at the busiest television casting office in Los Angeles are about to find out, as they are led on a wild and unforgettable training day by a hotshot casting director, a street tough from Brooklyn, and a RADA-trained Brit.

FOLLOW

theatre · michael patrick spillers · Ages 10+ · United States
Marcus is getting married. He wants an old-fashioned wedding, at the inner-city Black church where he was raised. But there's one problem... Marcus is marrying another man. In a time of boycotts and culture wars, at the intersection between civil rights and gay rights, which road will you follow?
Marcus is getting married. He wants an old-fashioned wedding, at the inner-city Black church where he was raised. But there's one problem... Marcus is marrying another man. In a time of boycotts and culture wars, at the intersection between civil rights and gay rights, which road will you follow?

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST

theatre · black swan youth theatre · Ages 10+ · family friendly · United States
Black Swan Youth Theatre's cast of Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest" brilliantly portrays each character in this classic and witty Oscar Wilde play. Audiences are sure to love this madcap farce that never goes out of style.
Black Swan Youth Theatre's cast of Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest" brilliantly portrays each character in this classic and witty Oscar Wilde play. Audiences are sure to love this madcap farce that never goes out of style.

FLYING STANDBY

theatre · exposure · Ages 15+ · family friendly · world premiere · one person show · United States
Tonya Meek’s bittersweet comedy, “Flying Standby”, reveals how the determination to escape her alcoholic mother carried her through a turbulent ride of addiction, lost love, and a final desperate flight toward reconciliation. Please extinguish all smoking materials and prepare for take off.
Tonya Meek’s bittersweet comedy, “Flying Standby”, reveals how the determination to escape her alcoholic mother carried her through a turbulent ride of addiction, lost love, and a final desperate flight toward reconciliation. Please extinguish all smoking materials and prepare for take off.

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.

IN DREAM

theatre · the bufkin company · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States
Two one-act plays that take place in the world of dreams. In the first, a man is forced to meet the most evil person alive. In the second, a woman has a vision of meeting her adult daughter, thirty years in the future.
Two one-act plays that take place in the world of dreams. In the first, a man is forced to meet the most evil person alive. In the second, a woman has a vision of meeting her adult daughter, thirty years in the future.

SCENES FROM 25 PLAYS PER HOUR

theatre · theatre unleashed · United States
Get a taste of the madness that is 25 Plays Per Hour at Fringe Cabaret!
Get a taste of the madness that is 25 Plays Per Hour at Fringe Cabaret!

THE COMPLETE HISTORY OF THEATRE; ABRIDGED

theatre · rm 19. theatre company · Ages 8+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States
The Complete History of Theatre; Abridged is brought to you by the Rm. 19 Theatre Company.
The Complete History of Theatre; Abridged is brought to you by the Rm. 19 Theatre Company.

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?

IS HE DEAD?

theatre · coeurage theatre company · Ages 10+ · family friendly · United States
A sparkling comedy written by Mark Twain in 1989, yet undiscovered until 2003. When the brilliantly talented but desperately broke painter Jean-François Millet learns that his art would be more valuable if he were dead, he hatches a scheme to save the day that will hurt your sides with laughter.
A sparkling comedy written by Mark Twain in 1989, yet undiscovered until 2003. When the brilliantly talented but desperately broke painter Jean-François Millet learns that his art would be more valuable if he were dead, he hatches a scheme to save the day that will hurt your sides with laughter.