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HOW TO BE LAZY AND NOT FEEL GUILTY

comedy · leaky faucet & sons · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States of America
A hilarious social satire about a woman who overworks herself until she goes mad! ...yay? Follow Jenine and a psychotic ensemble of characters - including her boss, family, Sponsors(tm), Satan and coworkers - as they collectively run her into the ground!
A hilarious social satire about a woman who overworks herself until she goes mad! ...yay? Follow Jenine and a psychotic ensemble of characters - including her boss, family, Sponsors(tm), Satan and coworkers - as they collectively run her into the ground!

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.

JACK BENNY (A MÉNAGE EN TRAIN)

padua playwrights · Ages 21+ · world premiere · United States of America
Surreal Brechtian vaudeville street fight between Jack Benny and Raymond Roussel. Bring your sister.
Surreal Brechtian vaudeville street fight between Jack Benny and Raymond Roussel. Bring your sister.

STILL LIFE OF AN ORANGE AND OTHER PUPPET PARABLES

solo performance · world and eye · Ages 12+ · one person show · United States of America
"Still Life of an Orange and Other Puppet Parables" includes a series of fables that are absurd, funny and poignant. Through storytelling, video and puppetry, performance artist Jean Minuchin takes the audience on a journey into todays most pressing issues through the charm of puppetry.
"Still Life of an Orange and Other Puppet Parables" includes a series of fables that are absurd, funny and poignant. Through storytelling, video and puppetry, performance artist Jean Minuchin takes the audience on a journey into todays most pressing issues through the charm of puppetry.