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S.O.S.

ensemble theatre the wallis studio ensemble · Ages 16+ · flashing lights · United States of America
S.O.S. is an original theatre piece about love and resilience in times of crisis. As loneliness and alienation reach epidemic proportions, a group of strangers find connection and meaning through love letters of the past, and by discovering the power that lies in small moments of humanity.
S.O.S. is an original theatre piece about love and resilience in times of crisis. As loneliness and alienation reach epidemic proportions, a group of strangers find connection and meaning through love letters of the past, and by discovering the power that lies in small moments of humanity.

MONKEY MIND

musicals and operas international music net · Ages 9+ · world premiere · United States of America
We watch Lacy, a teen, wrestle with her MONKEY MIND (Played by characters who sing and dance around her on stage). Life's troubles drive her to near suicide till she learns to "stay in the now" and control her out of control brain. Suicide theme and some swearing.
We watch Lacy, a teen, wrestle with her MONKEY MIND (Played by characters who sing and dance around her on stage). Life's troubles drive her to near suicide till she learns to "stay in the now" and control her out of control brain. Suicide theme and some swearing.

SHI SHI - KEN : THE PATH OF SOUL TRANSCENDENCE

dance & physical theatre rengyosoh · Ages 13+ · family friendly · world premiere · one person show · Japan
The SAMURAI kills with his sword for the first time. His values are broken away when he faced to the reality at the field of death. “What am I?” “Why do I take my sword for?” “What is 義/Gi” This play asks us what is the true meaning of a life.
The SAMURAI kills with his sword for the first time. His values are broken away when he faced to the reality at the field of death. “What am I?” “Why do I take my sword for?” “What is 義/Gi” This play asks us what is the true meaning of a life.