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Breakup

STUCK WITH YOU

Comedy · late bloomer productions · Ages 16+ · United States of America
A young couple’s mission to free themselves from an escape room is — interrupted? — as they realize he is plotting a proposal, and she is brewing a breakup! Behold the clownery as they navigate the downfall of their relationship in this Taylor Swiftian thrill ride of a one act play.
A young couple’s mission to free themselves from an escape room is — interrupted? — as they realize he is plotting a proposal, and she is brewing a breakup! Behold the clownery as they navigate the downfall of their relationship in this Taylor Swiftian thrill ride of a one act play.

STUCK

Comedy · flat tire theatre company · Ages 13+ · United States of America
Two amusement-park loving, fandom-obsessed, self-described geeks get stalled on their least favorite theme park ride for nearly an hour. Seems like as good a time as any to break up.
Two amusement-park loving, fandom-obsessed, self-described geeks get stalled on their least favorite theme park ride for nearly an hour. Seems like as good a time as any to break up.

MORNING COFFEE

Two Person Show · st. andrews place playhouse · Ages 13+ · United States of America
After ending their five year relationship, embittered exes spar for all that remains of their love: an affordable apartment in New York City.
After ending their five year relationship, embittered exes spar for all that remains of their love: an affordable apartment in New York City.

TRYING

Solo Show · chance lang · Ages 18+ · United States of America
TRYING is a dark cerebral comedy about a young man moving out of his apartment. After a life altering rejection, through grief, withdrawals, and a hand injury, in a seemingly hopeless moment, Bruce finds hope through pursuing what he loves. The question is; will he move out, and escape the mob?
TRYING is a dark cerebral comedy about a young man moving out of his apartment. After a life altering rejection, through grief, withdrawals, and a hand injury, in a seemingly hopeless moment, Bruce finds hope through pursuing what he loves. The question is; will he move out, and escape the mob?