CONSIDER THE NIGHT

ensemble theatre · the others · world premiere · United States
Who do we become in darkness, unobserved? Inspired by texts from the Harlem Renaissance, the Left Bank, and the Mexican Revolution, this dark comedy follows groups of outsiders as they betray each other, make out, strip, kill, and discover just how badly they're capable of behaving.
Who do we become in darkness, unobserved? Inspired by texts from the Harlem Renaissance, the Left Bank, and the Mexican Revolution, this dark comedy follows groups of outsiders as they betray each other, make out, strip, kill, and discover just how badly they're capable of behaving.

SOME GIRL(S), BY NEIL LABUTE

ensemble theatre · mahoobla productions · Ages 21+ · United States
A man about to get married visits five women from his past who he thinks he "wronged" looking for closure. Will it work? Probably not, but there's still hope. Grab a drink from the bar and find out.
A man about to get married visits five women from his past who he thinks he "wronged" looking for closure. Will it work? Probably not, but there's still hope. Grab a drink from the bar and find out.

THE GIRL WHO LOVED THE BEATLES

ensemble theatre · off the beaten track · Australia
Australian production coming to LA. A comedy satire set in NYC in 1972.
Australian production coming to LA. A comedy satire set in NYC in 1972.

NOTE'S THEATRICAL MASH UP

ensemble theatre · theatre of note · Ages 14+ · United States
Theatre of NOTE presents a small tasty sample of its ensemble’s talents by showcasing some of its members doing what they do best – PERFORMING. Come join Theatre of NOTE as it shares its ensemble’s NOTE-able skills with the Hollywood Fringe audience
Theatre of NOTE presents a small tasty sample of its ensemble’s talents by showcasing some of its members doing what they do best – PERFORMING. Come join Theatre of NOTE as it shares its ensemble’s NOTE-able skills with the Hollywood Fringe audience

THE LAST REMNANTS OF COPS, ROBBERS & HOLLYWOOD COWBOYS

ensemble theatre · paris avenue productions · Ages 13+ · United States
When you're a 9-1-1 Operator, people like to tell you their stories. These are the true stories of real people living in Los Angeles.
When you're a 9-1-1 Operator, people like to tell you their stories. These are the true stories of real people living in Los Angeles.

PURE SHOCK VALUE

ensemble theatre · ps taper co. · Ages 18+ · United States
Three industry bottom-feeders, on the brink of abandoning their careers, find America’s hippest, edgiest, director convulsing in their backyard, but instead of getting him medical attention, they imprison him in their apartment until he agrees to make their celluloid dreams come true.
Three industry bottom-feeders, on the brink of abandoning their careers, find America’s hippest, edgiest, director convulsing in their backyard, but instead of getting him medical attention, they imprison him in their apartment until he agrees to make their celluloid dreams come true.

CECILY BY GILLIAN PLOWMAN

ensemble theatre · cape turnaround productions · Ages 16+ · family friendly · United States
After a motorcycle accident that leaves a once vibrant young woman, brain-damaged and wheelchair bound. Family relationships are put to a test. And loyalties are questioned. Produced by Special Arrangement with THE DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY of Woodstock, Illinois.
After a motorcycle accident that leaves a once vibrant young woman, brain-damaged and wheelchair bound. Family relationships are put to a test. And loyalties are questioned. Produced by Special Arrangement with THE DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY of Woodstock, Illinois.

RIOT GRRRL SAVES THE WORLD

ensemble theatre · will play for food theatre group · Ages 15+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
When a Jehovah’s Witness stumbles into a Riot Grrrl meeting, beliefs are challenged on all sides. But with the Apocalypse just around the corner, these teen punk prophets must band together to save the world by making zines, rocking out and navigating the beginning of love at the End of Days.
When a Jehovah’s Witness stumbles into a Riot Grrrl meeting, beliefs are challenged on all sides. But with the Apocalypse just around the corner, these teen punk prophets must band together to save the world by making zines, rocking out and navigating the beginning of love at the End of Days.

DIALOGUE WITH DEVIL

ensemble theatre · dabali theatre · Ages 10+ · family friendly · Nepal
"Dialogue with Devil" carries the true story of Nepalese people who suffered for ten years of Maoist insurgency.
"Dialogue with Devil" carries the true story of Nepalese people who suffered for ten years of Maoist insurgency.

GOD OF ABRAHAM

ensemble theatre · the theatricians · Ages 14+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States
From the God who brought you the world’s biggest religions comes this high-energy, irreverent multimedia experience. Combining sketch comedy, puppets, and ‘70s self-help, critics are calling it the “don't miss” sacrilege of the year! Come see what the 4,000 years of religious strife is all about!
From the God who brought you the world’s biggest religions comes this high-energy, irreverent multimedia experience. Combining sketch comedy, puppets, and ‘70s self-help, critics are calling it the “don't miss” sacrilege of the year! Come see what the 4,000 years of religious strife is all about!

HONESTLY, OK- THE SEMI-TRUE STORY OF A GIRL AND HER SHOES

ensemble theatre · greatest day of lives productions- lauren stone and nicole dominguez · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States
Honestly, Ok is a hilarious, cruel view one woman's struggle to find a home and make a life for herself.
Honestly, Ok is a hilarious, cruel view one woman's struggle to find a home and make a life for herself.

DRIVEN BY DEMONS PRESENTS THE PROPOSAL/LEON AND JOEY

ensemble theatre · driven by demons · Ages 13+ · flashing lights · United States
Can Ivan Lomov propose to his neighbor Natasha, or will his nerves and their land disputes be the death of him? Will Leon save his suicidal brother Joey from his own darkness? Hilarity and tenderness ensue in two unique one act plays that will have you laughing, crying and wanting more.
Can Ivan Lomov propose to his neighbor Natasha, or will his nerves and their land disputes be the death of him? Will Leon save his suicidal brother Joey from his own darkness? Hilarity and tenderness ensue in two unique one act plays that will have you laughing, crying and wanting more.

THE WRECK OF THE SPANISH ARMADA

ensemble theatre · spqr stage company · Ages 18+ · United States
THE WRECK OF THE SPANISH ARMADA examines a rekindled romance in Paris (after 30 years) between a female radiologist, poised to address an international conference, and a high value target who leads African pirates who hijack oil tankers.
THE WRECK OF THE SPANISH ARMADA examines a rekindled romance in Paris (after 30 years) between a female radiologist, poised to address an international conference, and a high value target who leads African pirates who hijack oil tankers.

OUT OF CONTROL

ensemble theatre · the fringers · United States
He stands by the wall, hands in his pockets, watching the young couples dance. Robyn enters the room, looking for a partner. Their eyes meet across the crowded dance floor and the music swells. He turns away shyly, but she crosses to him...
He stands by the wall, hands in his pockets, watching the young couples dance. Robyn enters the room, looking for a partner. Their eyes meet across the crowded dance floor and the music swells. He turns away shyly, but she crosses to him...

SHORT PLAYS FOR ALL YOUR PROBLEMS!

ensemble theatre · winner entertainment · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States
You have problems. You pooped your pants in 3rd grade. Eric Tandy pooped in your hat in 7th grade. Then the high school goth phase. Now, you’re poor, getting fat, making terrible life decisions. You’re just like me. You have problems. We have plays. From the writer/director of “The Birthday Boys.”
You have problems. You pooped your pants in 3rd grade. Eric Tandy pooped in your hat in 7th grade. Then the high school goth phase. Now, you’re poor, getting fat, making terrible life decisions. You’re just like me. You have problems. We have plays. From the writer/director of “The Birthday Boys.”