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HAPPILY EVER AFTER

dreaming big on a swing entertainment · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
HAPPILY EVER AFTER-One Woman's Journey To Find A True Love. A Multi-Media Storytelling Experience SHOW IS LIVE-STREAM ONLY Written & Performed By Diana Elizabeth Jordan, directed by Paul Kampf *
HAPPILY EVER AFTER-One Woman's Journey To Find A True Love. A Multi-Media Storytelling Experience SHOW IS LIVE-STREAM ONLY Written & Performed By Diana Elizabeth Jordan, directed by Paul Kampf *

VERSATILE

neighbors media · Ages 13+ · one person show · United States of America
VERSATILE was critically recieved at the 2021 Hollywood Fringe Festival with honors - Diversity Scholarship Recipient - Best Solo Performance Nominee - Best of Broadwater Award - Pick of the Fringe Honorable Mention
VERSATILE was critically recieved at the 2021 Hollywood Fringe Festival with honors - Diversity Scholarship Recipient - Best Solo Performance Nominee - Best of Broadwater Award - Pick of the Fringe Honorable Mention

PULSE OF THE CITY

coconut theatre productions · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States of America
****OFFICIAL WINNER OF THE HOLLYWOOD ENCORE PRODUCERS’ AWARD **** Pulse of the City is an electrifying glimpse into the lives that run through an, “every-mans city”, but what happens when stresses arise and we are pushed to far?
****OFFICIAL WINNER OF THE HOLLYWOOD ENCORE PRODUCERS’ AWARD **** Pulse of the City is an electrifying glimpse into the lives that run through an, “every-mans city”, but what happens when stresses arise and we are pushed to far?

BLACK WOMAN IN DEEP WATER

makena naa-dei · Ages 13+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
Inspired by the true story of a slave who fled. Upon capture, she kills her child rather than return it to slavery. She recounts the past, as water goddess Yemoja and the ancestors seek to remind her, and all those with African roots of their royal heritage, courage, and our shared bright futures
Inspired by the true story of a slave who fled. Upon capture, she kills her child rather than return it to slavery. She recounts the past, as water goddess Yemoja and the ancestors seek to remind her, and all those with African roots of their royal heritage, courage, and our shared bright futures