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Heartbreak

THE BOOK THAT WON'T CLOSE- CONFESSIONS OF A LOVE ADDICT

Solo Show · tl forsberg · Ages 18+ · United States of America
A deaf woman hires a non-binary transgender coach to walk her through love addiction and she learns to embrace her shame as part hearing and Deaf. A dark edgy comedy with original music and dance. The show includes an ASL Interpreter and is accessible to the d/Deaf.
A deaf woman hires a non-binary transgender coach to walk her through love addiction and she learns to embrace her shame as part hearing and Deaf. A dark edgy comedy with original music and dance. The show includes an ASL Interpreter and is accessible to the d/Deaf.

WHAT I NEVER TOLD YOU

ensemble theatre · n/a · Ages 16+ · Mexico
‘What I Never Told You’ is an adult dramedy with a gut punching ending reminding us all to live life to the fullest and let those we love know how much they mean to us.
‘What I Never Told You’ is an adult dramedy with a gut punching ending reminding us all to live life to the fullest and let those we love know how much they mean to us.

IF WE RUN

ensemble theatre · kadm productions · Ages 15+ · United States of America
Brian and Rachel were the perfect couple and seemed destined to live happily ever after. But that was a long time ago and life got in the way of those dreams. Tonight, they meet in their old romantic spot for one last night together. Is there still hope for them after all these years?
Brian and Rachel were the perfect couple and seemed destined to live happily ever after. But that was a long time ago and life got in the way of those dreams. Tonight, they meet in their old romantic spot for one last night together. Is there still hope for them after all these years?

THANK YOU FOR LOVING ME

ensemble theatre · volcano hospital · Ages 14+ · United States of America
August and Bobbie have been broken up for weeks. Bobbie comes back to the apartment she left to pick up the last of her things. Like a manic, time-jumping fever dream- they recreate all of their highs and lows of their relationship. Only, they have differing memories and perceptions of the events.
August and Bobbie have been broken up for weeks. Bobbie comes back to the apartment she left to pick up the last of her things. Like a manic, time-jumping fever dream- they recreate all of their highs and lows of their relationship. Only, they have differing memories and perceptions of the events.