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SPEAK I WILL: A FRACTURED SHAKESPEARE

ensemble theatre · fractured shakespeare®️ · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
By piecing together some of the Bard’s most famous text, the actors create their own unique Fractured Shakespeare monologues. Join us as we combine the words of Beatrice, King Lear, Lady Macbeth, Henry V, Katherina “The Shrew” and more, to explore issues of gender, power, identity, and love.
By piecing together some of the Bard’s most famous text, the actors create their own unique Fractured Shakespeare monologues. Join us as we combine the words of Beatrice, King Lear, Lady Macbeth, Henry V, Katherina “The Shrew” and more, to explore issues of gender, power, identity, and love.

THE BULLY PROBLEM

new musicals inc · Ages 10+ · family friendly · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
Bullies. Nerds. Semi-functional robots. A schoolwide rebellion. An all-ages musical adventure from the author of A Feast of Snacks (HFF 2016 nominee for Best Musical) and co-author of Super Sidekick: The Musical (award-winner at both Hollywood and NY Fringes). Developed by New Musicals Inc.
Bullies. Nerds. Semi-functional robots. A schoolwide rebellion. An all-ages musical adventure from the author of A Feast of Snacks (HFF 2016 nominee for Best Musical) and co-author of Super Sidekick: The Musical (award-winner at both Hollywood and NY Fringes). Developed by New Musicals Inc.

(IM)PERFEKT

solo performance · jannica olin · Ages 13+ · family friendly · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
What if that which you identify with suddenly disappeared? Who would you be then? Jannica lost all her hair to Alopecia within 6 months. Just like that. But her worst nightmare turned out to be a blessing. Sometimes you need to literally lose a part of yourself in order to find who you truly are.
What if that which you identify with suddenly disappeared? Who would you be then? Jannica lost all her hair to Alopecia within 6 months. Just like that. But her worst nightmare turned out to be a blessing. Sometimes you need to literally lose a part of yourself in order to find who you truly are.