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natasha mercado · Ages 16+ · one person show · United States of America
🏆 WINNER OF THE HOLLYWOOD FRINGE SCHOLARSHIP: An immersive comedy experience that's part clown show, part game show, part philosophical discussion on humanity. Performed by Natasha Mercado, directed and co-written by Deanna Fleysher
🏆 WINNER OF THE HOLLYWOOD FRINGE SCHOLARSHIP: An immersive comedy experience that's part clown show, part game show, part philosophical discussion on humanity. Performed by Natasha Mercado, directed and co-written by Deanna Fleysher

RECONSIDER ME

20 milligrams theatre co. · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America
A motley crew of actor friends gather to bury - errr...*plant* - one of their own. Randy's star was rising fast when he suddenly died of an undiagnosed heart condition. But, hey, that's okay, isn't it? RECONSIDER ME is a funny and affecting play that asks what it means to live a "considered life."
A motley crew of actor friends gather to bury - errr...*plant* - one of their own. Randy's star was rising fast when he suddenly died of an undiagnosed heart condition. But, hey, that's okay, isn't it? RECONSIDER ME is a funny and affecting play that asks what it means to live a "considered life."

MOTHER GRACE

putcha productions · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
Pastor Linus Stephenson has touched countless lives in his decades of ministry. He attributes this to God, who turned him from an abused child and tormented young man into a local hero. Yet all is threatened when he gets a shocking visitor. Can God’s love can redeem us all? If so is it a good thing?
Pastor Linus Stephenson has touched countless lives in his decades of ministry. He attributes this to God, who turned him from an abused child and tormented young man into a local hero. Yet all is threatened when he gets a shocking visitor. Can God’s love can redeem us all? If so is it a good thing?

NO ONE WILL BE IMMUNE AND OTHER PLAYS AND PIECES

Drama · fcp theatre group · Ages 15+ · United States of America
From David Mamet, one of the defining playwrights of American Theatre, comes five rarely seen one-acts plays. Each piece explores the difficult nature of human communication. Words, silences, gestures, memories, what do they all mean? When one person tells a story, can anyone truly understand?
From David Mamet, one of the defining playwrights of American Theatre, comes five rarely seen one-acts plays. Each piece explores the difficult nature of human communication. Words, silences, gestures, memories, what do they all mean? When one person tells a story, can anyone truly understand?