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TO BE

theatre · kimberly ndombe · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States
"To Be" is a sex-romp comedy about an interracial high school couple on the verge of losing their respective virginities. Oh yeah, and they're dog-sitting! Ready or not, the night will be full of revelations, confrontations and doggie-filled adventure as they fumble towards a right of passage.
"To Be" is a sex-romp comedy about an interracial high school couple on the verge of losing their respective virginities. Oh yeah, and they're dog-sitting! Ready or not, the night will be full of revelations, confrontations and doggie-filled adventure as they fumble towards a right of passage.

CATAMITUS: LOVE SLAVE TO GOD

theatre · brynn sillyman · Ages 17+ · flashing lights · includes nudity · world premiere · United States
Ganymede: Most beautiful mortal, abducted by the sky god, put in Heaven as Aquarius, god of service- a horrific ascent to spiritual perfection. Ben: Rational linguist, prone to madness, in the degenerate modern Age of Pisces, suffers Revelation into the Age of Aquarius. There's wine; praise Bacchus.
Ganymede: Most beautiful mortal, abducted by the sky god, put in Heaven as Aquarius, god of service- a horrific ascent to spiritual perfection. Ben: Rational linguist, prone to madness, in the degenerate modern Age of Pisces, suffers Revelation into the Age of Aquarius. There's wine; praise Bacchus.

CROOKED ROADS

theatre · mark moore solo performance · Ages 16+ · family friendly · one person show · United States
From the halls of MIT to the shores of The Tempest, a creative spirit spins between his labor-organizer father and his jet-setting economics mentor, as he struggles to stay on a road of his own choosing. Written and performed by Mark Moore. Directed by and developed with Rod Menzies
From the halls of MIT to the shores of The Tempest, a creative spirit spins between his labor-organizer father and his jet-setting economics mentor, as he struggles to stay on a road of his own choosing. Written and performed by Mark Moore. Directed by and developed with Rod Menzies

KALEIDOSCOPE: A SKETCH COMEDY PROJECT

theatre · jsj · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States
Kaleidoscope is a comedy show composed of sketches that find humor in the random and sometimes awkward experiences of everyday life.
Kaleidoscope is a comedy show composed of sketches that find humor in the random and sometimes awkward experiences of everyday life.

THE PIRATE LAUREATE OF PORT TOWN

theatre · mutineer theatre company · Ages 12+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States
Mutineer Theatre Company returns with a world premiere comedy adventure, "The Pirate Laureate of Port Town." As the bloodthirsty crew of the Chartreuse heads to port, ship’s poet Finn must choose between joining the lawless raid or warning the town to save childhood sweetheart Sandy.
Mutineer Theatre Company returns with a world premiere comedy adventure, "The Pirate Laureate of Port Town." As the bloodthirsty crew of the Chartreuse heads to port, ship’s poet Finn must choose between joining the lawless raid or warning the town to save childhood sweetheart Sandy.

LIFE, THE UNIVERSE AND CHRIS MCGOWAN

theatre · majc entertainment · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States
To err is to be human. But what if we build a working time machine? We could go to the past and fix all those errors! With the help of Back to the Future, Douglas Adams and hours watching the Science Channel, Chris McGowan may have the answers to his life's problems - and yours!
To err is to be human. But what if we build a working time machine? We could go to the past and fix all those errors! With the help of Back to the Future, Douglas Adams and hours watching the Science Channel, Chris McGowan may have the answers to his life's problems - and yours!

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.

JOHN 10:10

theatre · festival theatre usa · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States
A story that explores a unique relationship between a Father, a Son and The Holy Ghost.
A story that explores a unique relationship between a Father, a Son and The Holy Ghost.

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.

"SENSES"

theatre · sensingme theater company · Ages 16+ · United States
My "Senses" came alive in a way I have never imagined. I was inspired to create a show about relationships, write about being a woman, write about hope, and write about the importance of what living is through our senses. Abby
My "Senses" came alive in a way I have never imagined. I was inspired to create a show about relationships, write about being a woman, write about hope, and write about the importance of what living is through our senses. Abby

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.

NOSTALGIUM

theatre · thirty90ne · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States
When a young poet ventures into the home of his eclectic neighbor, he’ll discover a world you never imagined could be right next-door. Inspired by true events, and presented as one continuous scene, this two-person drama will keep you on the edge of your seat, guessing until the bitter end.
When a young poet ventures into the home of his eclectic neighbor, he’ll discover a world you never imagined could be right next-door. Inspired by true events, and presented as one continuous scene, this two-person drama will keep you on the edge of your seat, guessing until the bitter end.

THE FOOL AND THE RED QUEEN

theatre · padua playwrights productions, inc. · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States
In his newest play, legendary poet-playwright Murray Mednick experiments with archetypes to explore human nature & the process of theater. Gary, a down-on-his-luck actor, finds himself at a nightmarish audition where we, the audience, discover the magical ability of theater to create new realities.
In his newest play, legendary poet-playwright Murray Mednick experiments with archetypes to explore human nature & the process of theater. Gary, a down-on-his-luck actor, finds himself at a nightmarish audition where we, the audience, discover the magical ability of theater to create new realities.

RICHARD PARKER

theatre · darkman/fringe management · Ages 14+ · family friendly · United Kingdom
Two men travelling by boat become irrevocably linked at the crossroads of fate and coincidence. They find themselves forced to defend their starkly contrasting world views from attack by the other as the play builds to an unexpected and shattering denouement. "Clever and compelling."(The Scotsman)
Two men travelling by boat become irrevocably linked at the crossroads of fate and coincidence. They find themselves forced to defend their starkly contrasting world views from attack by the other as the play builds to an unexpected and shattering denouement. "Clever and compelling."(The Scotsman)

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.

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