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A VOID

kirsten kearse · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America
Sick of it all but too afraid to call it quits for real? Weigh the pros and cons of cryogenically freezing yourself for a month, a year, or at least until whatever you're trying to avoid is a thing of the past.
Sick of it all but too afraid to call it quits for real? Weigh the pros and cons of cryogenically freezing yourself for a month, a year, or at least until whatever you're trying to avoid is a thing of the past.

TRIPTYCH

ensemble theatre · elbow works productions · Ages 16+ · includes nudity · world premiere · United States of America
A fledgling artist is the pawn in a personal power tug-of-war between a couple for whom mind games is just daily gymnastics in this new work by award-winning playwright Lee Wochner. When does art become more than paint on a canvas and have the ability to bind new relationships ... or destroy them?
A fledgling artist is the pawn in a personal power tug-of-war between a couple for whom mind games is just daily gymnastics in this new work by award-winning playwright Lee Wochner. When does art become more than paint on a canvas and have the ability to bind new relationships ... or destroy them?

PAPER FLOWERS

ensemble theatre · n/a · Ages 12+ · United States of America
Nadia wants to own a farm. Tom wants to fulfill his dreams of being the world's first cello Pulitzer prize winning cello playing lawyer. And Sid just wants some normalcy in his life. In this play by Abby Schroering, secrets, cellos and farms all come together for one hilarious hour.
Nadia wants to own a farm. Tom wants to fulfill his dreams of being the world's first cello Pulitzer prize winning cello playing lawyer. And Sid just wants some normalcy in his life. In this play by Abby Schroering, secrets, cellos and farms all come together for one hilarious hour.

DIVORCE: THE HIP-HOP MUSICAL

musicals and operas · good shows · Ages 13+ · United States of America
2 encore performances. 12 original songs. 1 beatboxer. Won: THE ENCORE! - PRODUCERS' AWARD Nominated: THE UNLEASHED AWARD THE RIPEST SHOW SHOWORKS DON’T WAIT. CREATE! AWARD THE SPIRIT OF THE FRINGE, NEVER IN A BOX AWARD
2 encore performances. 12 original songs. 1 beatboxer. Won: THE ENCORE! - PRODUCERS' AWARD Nominated: THE UNLEASHED AWARD THE RIPEST SHOW SHOWORKS DON’T WAIT. CREATE! AWARD THE SPIRIT OF THE FRINGE, NEVER IN A BOX AWARD

THE BIRTHING PIT

ensemble theatre · a gothic romance · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
They followed the blood. And the blood followed the gold. Fleeing a mysterious pestilence at the end of the American Revolutionary War, a Rhode Island couple journeys home from the Caribbean. But when tragedy strikes at sea, possibly from supernatural causes, can their love endure beyond the grave?
They followed the blood. And the blood followed the gold. Fleeing a mysterious pestilence at the end of the American Revolutionary War, a Rhode Island couple journeys home from the Caribbean. But when tragedy strikes at sea, possibly from supernatural causes, can their love endure beyond the grave?

See Mary Birdsong (Reno 911) as Melania!

“Democracy in shambles? Why not put on a show? That’s the inciting impulse behind Trump Family Special, [a] concatenation of Franklin D Roosevelt’s fireside chats, the Partridge Family’s Christmas albums and the apocalypse.” - The Guardian

Support Group Meetings Announced.

Stay tuned for more information. Invites (tickets) go on sale June 1st at midnight. Ticket links coming soon. Can’t have them pesky Law Enforcement types ruining our fun now can we? YOU MUST BRING YOUR INVITE TO BE ADMITTED TO THE MEETING!

2 for 1

Two hilarious one woman shows for the price of one! It's double the self-indulgence! Double the breakdowns! And twice you’ll ask — Is she okay?

In Conclusion:

They have it all: cash, charm, and connections. Playing by different rules. So when a boy is found dead and two more stand to hang, justice is under the microscope and we have to ask: how did we get here, where are we going and do we have a choice?