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FALLING ON DEAF EYES
A teenage punk, a single deaf mom, a small town. What could go wrong?
Falling On Deaf Eyes is an autobiographical Dramedy about Justin Maurer, a rambunctious teenage punk rocker living with his single Deaf mother and hearing siblings on Bainbridge Island, Washington in th...
Crack Whore, Bulimic, Girl-Next-Door is a one-act play chronicling one womans journey through her depression and bulimiarexia. It is a painfully funny look at body image, addiction, and the obsession with fitting into societys ideal of beauty and thinness.
Marnie Olson wrote and produced this p...
Written and Performed by Nicole Steinwedell
A wild ride that will have you laughing, crying, and believing in the power of connection!
LOS ANGELES, May 30, 2019 Temple Tantrum will be performed at The Broadwater Second Stage as part of the 2019 Hollywood Fringe Festival.
(Los Angeles, CA) SuGeVi Productions announces the production of She Kills Monsters at the Arena Stage as part of Hollywood Fringe Festival 2019 in June. Written by award-winning playwright Qui Nguyen (Vietgone, Poor Yella Rednecks) and directed by Genny Wilson.
The only way for older sister Ag...
Part of the 2019 Hollywood Fringe Festival, "Mr. Yunioshi" is a solo performance piece written and performed by J. Elijah Cho that follows a fictionalized Mickey Rooney as he attempts to create his character for Breakfast at Tiffanys. Directed by Joe Wagner.
Mr. Yunioshi runs through June 28th at ...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 10, 2019
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Set in 1994, Always Open follows a group of friends who inhabit a 24 hour diner in the middle of the night when two new arrivals force them to evaluate themselves. T...
Los Angeles, CA - June 6, 2019 : For Immediate Release
The Hollywood Fringe Festival premiere of Cave Girl The Musical - Glennis McCarthy, a long-standing performer with the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, brings the true story of her struggle with addiction and her original brand of musical com...
LAs beloved undead clown, Twirly has been stealing the hearts of audiences for years with her unorthodox vaudevillian antics...and leaving them wondering who ripped open their chest cavity and stuffed it with discount Halloween chocolate.
Now, the City of Angels most outrageous demon is ready to m...
A BIT MUCH is a LOL, funny, insightful journey that attempts to answer the question, How can women comfortably step into their own brand of strength and femininity without compromise, while still maintaining romantic relationships with men? (Spoiler alter, it's harder than it looks, but not impossibl...
When havent any of us at one time or another had the distinct feeling that we were a bit much?
Well, I certainly have. Being strong, funny, smart, independent and unafraid, or at least seeming to be, can be a bit intimidating to others sometimes, particularly to the weaker sexmen.
In "A Bit Mu...