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THE DRIFTS LIVE

theatre · thom vernon · Ages 12+ · family friendly · world premiere · one person show · Canada
A middle-aged pregnant housewife, her husband, his lover, a trans-dad and a calf. Thom Vernon (Seinfeld, The Fugitive, etc.) performs his novel as written with a little help from Rob Waller, lead singer of I See Hawks in LA. In your face and raw, Southern Gothic turned inside out.
A middle-aged pregnant housewife, her husband, his lover, a trans-dad and a calf. Thom Vernon (Seinfeld, The Fugitive, etc.) performs his novel as written with a little help from Rob Waller, lead singer of I See Hawks in LA. In your face and raw, Southern Gothic turned inside out.

FLESH EATING TIGER

theatre · fierce backbone · Ages 15+ · United States
Vicious dark humor chronicles an affair under the influence in this Los Angeles premiere from writer/director Amy Tofte. He struggles with sobriety, She's dependent on his affection.
Vicious dark humor chronicles an affair under the influence in this Los Angeles premiere from writer/director Amy Tofte. He struggles with sobriety, She's dependent on his affection.

FOOL FOR LOVE

theatre · vespertine productions · Ages 13+ · United States
This production of Sam Shepard's "Fool for Love" seeks to examine two main themes: the intricacies of the human subconscious as it relates to one’s reality and the impact of various points of view on a single memory from a family’s past.
This production of Sam Shepard's "Fool for Love" seeks to examine two main themes: the intricacies of the human subconscious as it relates to one’s reality and the impact of various points of view on a single memory from a family’s past.

FEEDING TIME

theatre · play in the box · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States
Two RVs are parked on an empty lot on a street a few blocks from the sea. Living in one is a crusty veteran in search of peace. The other houses an elusive woman. Their attempt at romance is set within the counter-culture life-style of RV dwellers and their reasons to keep ‘rolling.’
Two RVs are parked on an empty lot on a street a few blocks from the sea. Living in one is a crusty veteran in search of peace. The other houses an elusive woman. Their attempt at romance is set within the counter-culture life-style of RV dwellers and their reasons to keep ‘rolling.’

THE GOD PARTICLE COMPLEX

theatre · mindblowing! · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States
A tragic one-act science farce about high energy particle physics, time travel, and the abrupt end of our universe. Written by Chris Bell & Josh Zeller. Directed by Debbie McMahon
A tragic one-act science farce about high energy particle physics, time travel, and the abrupt end of our universe. Written by Chris Bell & Josh Zeller. Directed by Debbie McMahon

AUTUMN AND OTHER PLAYS

theatre · parking lot theatre · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States
Autumn and other play is a collect of three one act plays from up and coming playwright Peter Hsieh. These which, also include 'The Long and Lonely Howl' and 'TimeCode Rewind' explore many different subjects through comedy, drama, and surrealism.
Autumn and other play is a collect of three one act plays from up and coming playwright Peter Hsieh. These which, also include 'The Long and Lonely Howl' and 'TimeCode Rewind' explore many different subjects through comedy, drama, and surrealism.

VOICES IN MY HEAD: A LIFE***

theatre · bill ratner voiceover artist · Ages 12+ · family friendly · world premiere · one person show · United States
***SELECTED BEST OF FRINGE 2012*** VOICES IN MY HEAD: A LIFE is a darkly comic coming-of-age story in our media-mad nation starring BILL RATNER - the voice of Flint on G.I. Joe, Robot Chicken & Family Guy; Donnel Udina in Mass Effect, movie trailers, and TV disaster shows.
***SELECTED BEST OF FRINGE 2012*** VOICES IN MY HEAD: A LIFE is a darkly comic coming-of-age story in our media-mad nation starring BILL RATNER - the voice of Flint on G.I. Joe, Robot Chicken & Family Guy; Donnel Udina in Mass Effect, movie trailers, and TV disaster shows.

CONFESSIONS OF THE WORLD'S WORST MISSIONARY

theatre · lina alfinito · Ages 13+ · one person show · United States
This snarky and heartfelt comedy tells the story of a naïve college girl who goes on a missions trip to Africa to save the world one African at a time, only to discover her faith is no match for the reality of poverty, HIV/AIDS, and myriad crises of the post-apartheid era.
This snarky and heartfelt comedy tells the story of a naïve college girl who goes on a missions trip to Africa to save the world one African at a time, only to discover her faith is no match for the reality of poverty, HIV/AIDS, and myriad crises of the post-apartheid era.

BOXWINDOWDOOR

theatre · ice cream palace and bella production · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States
WINDOW debuts the second Act of box Window door at the 2012 Hollywood Fringe Festival! This original production sets the stage on fire with a live installation performance of movement, music, sculpture, light and language using the transformative power of dreams.
WINDOW debuts the second Act of box Window door at the 2012 Hollywood Fringe Festival! This original production sets the stage on fire with a live installation performance of movement, music, sculpture, light and language using the transformative power of dreams.

O!EDIPUS

theatre · junglee inc · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States
A World War 2 allied prisoner of war camp. A British Colonel, an American Flight Lieutenant and Sikh Sepoy must perform a production of Oedipus. But without a copy of the text and a common world-view, madness inevitably ensues! A ridiculous CLOWN-DRAMA performed by 3 trained buffoons!
A World War 2 allied prisoner of war camp. A British Colonel, an American Flight Lieutenant and Sikh Sepoy must perform a production of Oedipus. But without a copy of the text and a common world-view, madness inevitably ensues! A ridiculous CLOWN-DRAMA performed by 3 trained buffoons!

DRUNK WITH HOPE IN CHICAGO

theatre · what's a girl to do productions · Ages 16+ · one person show · United States
“What’s a nice girl like you NOT drinking in a place like this?” Tara Handron discards clichėd depictions of recovery in her portrayal of Hope and numerous other female alcoholics (some sober and some not so sober) stemming from her thesis research on the subject.
“What’s a nice girl like you NOT drinking in a place like this?” Tara Handron discards clichėd depictions of recovery in her portrayal of Hope and numerous other female alcoholics (some sober and some not so sober) stemming from her thesis research on the subject.

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.

MISSION TO MATE

theatre · sati productions/colin mitchell · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States
A theatrical triptych sure to tickle your dipstick about the complexities of this dance we call seduction,love,relating, and possibly, human contact. Written and directed by Colin Mitchell(Bitter Lemons),starring Alla Poberesky and Michael Sanchez. One hour. Three plays. Two actors..wanna play?
A theatrical triptych sure to tickle your dipstick about the complexities of this dance we call seduction,love,relating, and possibly, human contact. Written and directed by Colin Mitchell(Bitter Lemons),starring Alla Poberesky and Michael Sanchez. One hour. Three plays. Two actors..wanna play?

ACTORS CIRCLE ENSEMBLE PRESENTS: THE INDIAN WANTS THE BRONX

theatre · actors circle ensemble · Ages 13+ · United States
The Obie winning play opens with an East Indian - who speaks no English - lost at a bus stop in the Bronx. As he attempts to find his way to his son's Bronx apartment, two young outcasts arrive on the scene. Watch the trailer: www.actorscircleensemble.com/ace#!__ace
The Obie winning play opens with an East Indian - who speaks no English - lost at a bus stop in the Bronx. As he attempts to find his way to his son's Bronx apartment, two young outcasts arrive on the scene. Watch the trailer: www.actorscircleensemble.com/ace#!__ace

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.

ORANGUTAN

ORANGUTAN is a haunting and absurd one-woman show about the mother of a brutish (slightly orange) would-be dictator, and the tribalism that’s tearing our country apart.

TEMPLE TANTRUM

Experience Nicole Steinwedell's One Woman Show about surviving a cult…it's hilarious! @THE BROADWATER SECOND STAGE! SUN 6/9 @ 7pm, FRI /614 @ 7:30pm, SUN 6/16 @ 4pm, WED 6/19 @ 6:30pm, SAT 6/22 @ 1pm TICKETS: www.hollywoodfringe.org/projects/5906

Jessie's Messy Mind

A "crazy" solo show that makes a mental difference. Jessie is an artist with schizo-affective whose show is a refreshing, humorous look into the heart of mental difference. You'll either leave enlightened or simply lightened up!

A BIT MUCH: A Solo Comedy

A LOL funny, insightful journey that illustrates how women can comfortably step into their own brand of strength and femininity without compromise. Spoiler alert: it's harder than it looks, but not impossible. June 8, 16, 27 at the Lounge Theatre.