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RORY & THE DEVIL

ensemble theatre · by david mcelwee · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
1973. Donegal. Welcome to Neil Friel's pub, by the border of Northern Ireland during the height of The Troubles.  Comfort is fading as visitors arrive to see Mary. Grab a drink & see if she can keep control of a precarious night as whiskey flows, tongues loosen, & tempers flare. RoryAndTheDevil.com
1973. Donegal. Welcome to Neil Friel's pub, by the border of Northern Ireland during the height of The Troubles.  Comfort is fading as visitors arrive to see Mary. Grab a drink & see if she can keep control of a precarious night as whiskey flows, tongues loosen, & tempers flare. RoryAndTheDevil.com

ASK A BLACK WOMAN

Solo Show · mouthpeace entertainment · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
People of different races have been asking a Black Woman named Shanara, all kinds of questions on the streets of L.A. for the past 2 years, on her “Ask A Black Woman” YouTube series. This is a theatrical & poetic response with provocative accounts of living Black in America.
People of different races have been asking a Black Woman named Shanara, all kinds of questions on the streets of L.A. for the past 2 years, on her “Ask A Black Woman” YouTube series. This is a theatrical & poetic response with provocative accounts of living Black in America.

MAUD // THE MADNESS

solo performance · dogmind productions · Ages 16+ · flashing lights · one person show · United States of America
Text by Lord Tennyson. After the suicide of his father, a young man, living alone in Victorian England, struggles to find purpose through a passionate romance with Maud, ultimately learning that his feelings of loneliness & violence are inescapable.
Text by Lord Tennyson. After the suicide of his father, a young man, living alone in Victorian England, struggles to find purpose through a passionate romance with Maud, ultimately learning that his feelings of loneliness & violence are inescapable.