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LYMAN

ensemble theatre · anne johnstonbrown · Ages 18+ · United States of America
LYMAN - "One homeless veteran, countless possible destinies." Set in a multi-universe, LYMAN explores the power of choices and shows how close each of us is to being homeless. Guest-starring Hollywood veteran Lou Beatty Jr. (Betty White's "Off Their Rockers") and featuring an original music score.
LYMAN - "One homeless veteran, countless possible destinies." Set in a multi-universe, LYMAN explores the power of choices and shows how close each of us is to being homeless. Guest-starring Hollywood veteran Lou Beatty Jr. (Betty White's "Off Their Rockers") and featuring an original music score.

OCTOBER BABY

solo performance · brooke baumer (writer & performer) · Ages 18+ · one person show · United States of America
What happens when a detail-obsessed woman tries to time the birth of her child to occur during her favorite month of the year? Nine months of chaos – in utero and out! A 60-minute solo show, October Baby is a hilarious and poignant look at motherhood and the need to control. Note: NO LATE SEATING.
What happens when a detail-obsessed woman tries to time the birth of her child to occur during her favorite month of the year? Nine months of chaos – in utero and out! A 60-minute solo show, October Baby is a hilarious and poignant look at motherhood and the need to control. Note: NO LATE SEATING.

A Rockabilly Time Travel Musical!

A show with the ridiculous charm of The Monkees & the retro romance of Elvis movies: When Maureen plugs in her vintage mic, it triggers a famous meteorite to send her band, their manager and everyone around them back to the first days of Rock & Roll!

Sunbathe in Darkness

In the distant past of 2007, Casey writes fanfiction for the hit Alfie Wunderkid series of books. She writes really, really, really bad fanfiction. On purpose.

Sins

Can we ever stop paying for the past? Can the person we want to be ever escape the person we are now and were then? What price must be paid for not only our own crimes, but those of people close to us?