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BELLEVILLE

ensemble theatre · tapper's woods / doud lumber · Ages 13+ · includes nudity · United States of America
Zack and Abby have the ideal ex-pat life in Paris: an apartment in up-and-coming Belleville, a stable marriage, and Zack's honorable mission to fight pediatric AIDS. But when Abby finds Zack at home when he's supposed to be at work, it shakes the foundation of their seemingly perfect life.
Zack and Abby have the ideal ex-pat life in Paris: an apartment in up-and-coming Belleville, a stable marriage, and Zack's honorable mission to fight pediatric AIDS. But when Abby finds Zack at home when he's supposed to be at work, it shakes the foundation of their seemingly perfect life.

CATHERINE: JANE AUSTEN'S NORTHANGER ABBEY IN TODAY'S L.A.

ensemble theatre · ray burley productions · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States of America
Jane Austen's first novel relates the comical tale of imaginative Catherine's first venture into the big city. In this adaptation, the city is L.A., and Catherine must find her way through fickle friendships, unwanted lovers, grisly suspicions, and false rumors. Love is tested; integrity prevails.
Jane Austen's first novel relates the comical tale of imaginative Catherine's first venture into the big city. In this adaptation, the city is L.A., and Catherine must find her way through fickle friendships, unwanted lovers, grisly suspicions, and false rumors. Love is tested; integrity prevails.

"ON TIDY ENDINGS"

ensemble theatre · mmmkay productions · Ages 12+ · family friendly · United States of America
Whose loss is it anyway? That's the bone of contention between a gay man and a straight woman who meet to straighten up loose ends after the death of the man they both loved. This is a study of how the universal situation of losing a loved one took on unique new qualities in the context of AIDS.
Whose loss is it anyway? That's the bone of contention between a gay man and a straight woman who meet to straighten up loose ends after the death of the man they both loved. This is a study of how the universal situation of losing a loved one took on unique new qualities in the context of AIDS.