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BLACK WHEN I WAS A BOY

solo performance seeker · Ages 12+ · one person show · United States of America
Powerful account of a journey from naiveté to nuanced understanding, all through the body of a black boy.
Powerful account of a journey from naiveté to nuanced understanding, all through the body of a black boy.

GLITCH

ensemble theatre rough riders theatre cavalry · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
Six years after Jonathan massacred thirteen students he is giving his first interview. Rachel, an up and coming journalist, is given the opportunity of a lifetime to interview him. When the two meet Rachel discovers that Jonathan is not what the media made him out to be.
Six years after Jonathan massacred thirteen students he is giving his first interview. Rachel, an up and coming journalist, is given the opportunity of a lifetime to interview him. When the two meet Rachel discovers that Jonathan is not what the media made him out to be.

THE DANGEROUS CURES OF DR. B

ensemble theatre the puckwit gang · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America
A gonzo retelling of true events exploring the mechanics of belief, the power of the ego, and the birth of mass marketing as satisfied patients, skeptical experts, and sacrificial livestock respond to the unusual medical techniques of the worst doctor and best scoundrel America has ever seen.
A gonzo retelling of true events exploring the mechanics of belief, the power of the ego, and the birth of mass marketing as satisfied patients, skeptical experts, and sacrificial livestock respond to the unusual medical techniques of the worst doctor and best scoundrel America has ever seen.

OTHELLO & OTIS

cabaret & variety bag o' bones collective · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America
A stunning visual dreamscape that explores white apathy towards the African American community via the voices of Otis Redding, Solange, Ibeyi, Shakespeare, James Baldwin and others.
A stunning visual dreamscape that explores white apathy towards the African American community via the voices of Otis Redding, Solange, Ibeyi, Shakespeare, James Baldwin and others.