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LIMOUSINE, MIDNIGHT BLUE

solo performance · the porters of hellsgate theatre co. · Ages 16+ · one person show · United States
Limousine, Midnight Blue is a sequence of 36 poems of 14 lines each. It uses the famous and appalling “Zapruder Film” of JFK’s death as a prism through which to view America and the world.
Limousine, Midnight Blue is a sequence of 36 poems of 14 lines each. It uses the famous and appalling “Zapruder Film” of JFK’s death as a prism through which to view America and the world.

WAITING FOR CALLAS TO SING . . . BY HOMER BARRERA

ensemble theatre · hebe barrera · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · United States
Scenes from award-winning play by Homer Barrera: "Waiting for Callas to Sing . . . " Roles originally created by the late great Lupe Ontiveros, in whose memory the current production is dedicated, and Efrain Figueroa in debut production directed by Mike Gomez (1997). Sing, "Cielito Lindo!"
Scenes from award-winning play by Homer Barrera: "Waiting for Callas to Sing . . . " Roles originally created by the late great Lupe Ontiveros, in whose memory the current production is dedicated, and Efrain Figueroa in debut production directed by Mike Gomez (1997). Sing, "Cielito Lindo!"

I WISH MY LIFE WAS AN RPG

solo performance · ashphord j · Ages 12+ · family friendly · one person show · United States
What was it like being a "nerd" before it was cool? Follow performer Ashphord Jacoway into a world of magic and wonder as we conquer cultural and social stereotypes, in and outside the geek community, and level up our confidence through poetry, spoken word, and movement.
What was it like being a "nerd" before it was cool? Follow performer Ashphord Jacoway into a world of magic and wonder as we conquer cultural and social stereotypes, in and outside the geek community, and level up our confidence through poetry, spoken word, and movement.

O, FALLEN ONE

ensemble theatre · curlicue & co. · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States
Slowly losing control of her own life, Ophelia is left to find her own escape from a world of restraint, deceit, and loss. Through movement, sound, and poetry, O Fallen One explores what Shakespeare’s famed damsel would dream, imagine, and recall as she descends to her death.
Slowly losing control of her own life, Ophelia is left to find her own escape from a world of restraint, deceit, and loss. Through movement, sound, and poetry, O Fallen One explores what Shakespeare’s famed damsel would dream, imagine, and recall as she descends to her death.

EXILES

ensemble theatre · los angeles theatre ensemble · United States
A poetic exploration of the Dark Night of the Soul.
A poetic exploration of the Dark Night of the Soul.