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ALIVE-ISH

dance & physical theatre · anabella funk · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America
Dark humor and raw narrative. Modern dance, en pointe ballet, and a live string duo. Alive-ish tracks the chaos and challenges of a young woman’s journey. In association with the Female Playwrights Initiative. Proceeds will benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
Dark humor and raw narrative. Modern dance, en pointe ballet, and a live string duo. Alive-ish tracks the chaos and challenges of a young woman’s journey. In association with the Female Playwrights Initiative. Proceeds will benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

LOOSE UNDERWEAR

solo performance · dagmar stansova · Ages 16+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
From Communist Czechoslovakia to Harlem, from exorcisms to orgasms, the daughter of a New Age Holocaust survivor is compelled to "cha-cha" away the wounds of her ancestors. Through the celebratory delight of her loose underwear, she finds freedom. And yes... it's funny.
From Communist Czechoslovakia to Harlem, from exorcisms to orgasms, the daughter of a New Age Holocaust survivor is compelled to "cha-cha" away the wounds of her ancestors. Through the celebratory delight of her loose underwear, she finds freedom. And yes... it's funny.

CLEMENTINE

solo performance · april wish · Ages 16+ · one person show · United States of America
CLEMENTINE explores the pressures and the promises of motherhood, balancing tender moments with hilarious anecdotes. Wish celebrates the connection between generations and the exhilaration of parenthood. It is a love letter to her daughter, Clementine, as well as to the little girl she used to be.
CLEMENTINE explores the pressures and the promises of motherhood, balancing tender moments with hilarious anecdotes. Wish celebrates the connection between generations and the exhilaration of parenthood. It is a love letter to her daughter, Clementine, as well as to the little girl she used to be.

SAVING CAIN

ensemble theatre · winner entertainment · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
A far-right, Pentecostal helicopter-mom struggles to keep her hell-raising son on the path of righteousness as he enters his first public school. When a powerful addiction takes over her son's life, she must accept that you can't save everyone, and that not every miracle can be left up to God.
A far-right, Pentecostal helicopter-mom struggles to keep her hell-raising son on the path of righteousness as he enters his first public school. When a powerful addiction takes over her son's life, she must accept that you can't save everyone, and that not every miracle can be left up to God.

A NIGHT OUT BY HAROLD PINTER

ensemble theatre · benevitriol productions · Ages 13+ · United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Albert, an introverted insurance firm employee still lives with his co-dependent mother in South London. After his office buddies convince him to come to the firm's office party, a dire case of mistaken identity will shift his life into a very disturbing direction.
Albert, an introverted insurance firm employee still lives with his co-dependent mother in South London. After his office buddies convince him to come to the firm's office party, a dire case of mistaken identity will shift his life into a very disturbing direction.

DEAR MOM, SORRY FOR BEING A B!TCH

comedy · b!tch productions · Ages 15+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
"Dear Mom, Sorry For Being A B!tch” is a one-woman comedy show (with guests) written by and starring Christine Covode. Starting in elementary school and ending at college graduation, this whacky tale remembers our b!tchiest teenager moments and retells them in hopes of gaining forgiveness.
"Dear Mom, Sorry For Being A B!tch” is a one-woman comedy show (with guests) written by and starring Christine Covode. Starting in elementary school and ending at college graduation, this whacky tale remembers our b!tchiest teenager moments and retells them in hopes of gaining forgiveness.