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UNCIVIL WARS:JUAN LUNA, ELIZABETH VAN LEW, MARIA ROSA HENSON

solo performance · art of acting studio · Ages 18+ · one person show · United States of America
These three original pieces were written, directed, and performed by recent graduates of the Art of Acting Studio Professional Conservatory. Developed in 2017 as a classroom project, each is an artistic and creative exploration of the life of a notable person throughout history.
These three original pieces were written, directed, and performed by recent graduates of the Art of Acting Studio Professional Conservatory. Developed in 2017 as a classroom project, each is an artistic and creative exploration of the life of a notable person throughout history.

EYES OF THE BLIND

ensemble theatre · granville house productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
After the suicide of her sister, Amy returns to the Naval base she lived on as a child. Helping her father pack away his youngest’s life, Amy does not trust what she begins to see: her sister, Cassie. Apparitions sinister, Amy must face down familial insecurities to find truth in Cassie's tragedy.
After the suicide of her sister, Amy returns to the Naval base she lived on as a child. Helping her father pack away his youngest’s life, Amy does not trust what she begins to see: her sister, Cassie. Apparitions sinister, Amy must face down familial insecurities to find truth in Cassie's tragedy.

SEÑORITA MONTHLY JUICE

comedy · las callejeras · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States of America
Senorita Monthly Juice is an absurd comedy that follows plant worker, Adelina, as she negotiates between her roles as a faithful “blood-worker” at a beauty startup and a mother concerned with the convoluted messages her very own company is televising out into the world.
Senorita Monthly Juice is an absurd comedy that follows plant worker, Adelina, as she negotiates between her roles as a faithful “blood-worker” at a beauty startup and a mother concerned with the convoluted messages her very own company is televising out into the world.

EXPECTATIONS HIGH

ensemble theatre · take the stage long beach · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
By Teens, For Teens (and anyone who has ever been a teen). Overheard humor, rumor, drama, trauma, bromance, romance and karma during passing periods in high school.
By Teens, For Teens (and anyone who has ever been a teen). Overheard humor, rumor, drama, trauma, bromance, romance and karma during passing periods in high school.

FACE DIVIDED

ensemble theatre · michael antosy · Ages 18+ · United States of America
As Debbie and Freddie wait in an emergency room for news on their daughter, the couple struggle over who is to blame for her accident, ultimately facing the most important--and divisive--decision of their lives.
As Debbie and Freddie wait in an emergency room for news on their daughter, the couple struggle over who is to blame for her accident, ultimately facing the most important--and divisive--decision of their lives.

THE GRAY

ensemble theatre · the ladyparts collective · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America
Inspired by interviews with the L.A. college community, THE GRAY by The LadyParts Collective follows a student as she navigates the aftermath of sexual assault. This production, featuring students and alumni of Moorpark College, shows how this script can be used to spark a dialogue on any campus.
Inspired by interviews with the L.A. college community, THE GRAY by The LadyParts Collective follows a student as she navigates the aftermath of sexual assault. This production, featuring students and alumni of Moorpark College, shows how this script can be used to spark a dialogue on any campus.

Straight White Men #trying to Woke

5 comedies about confused white guys FANDOM–contemplating politics POLITE RACISM–analyzing ethnicity SUICIDE PACT–tolerating millennials BRITTLE TROMBONE–fretting money FANTASY FOOTBALL–grasping identity

WIGFIELD - The Play

Adapted from the book "Wigfield", this play tells the story of a writer named Russell Hokes who stumbles upon a 'town' of people who have is hope. Hope to be recognized as the town they claim to be before the government destroys them.

A Solo Show with Jokes...and Espionage

Saurabh Kikani was the nerdiest, most awkward teen in the world. In 1996, he was in a summer program at Oxford where he happened to see the movie Mission:Impossible, and his life changed forever. This is a solo show with jokes...and espionage.

Extraordinary Aliens coming to LA

A hilarious Comedy about the Immigration process. After a successful premiere followed by standing ovations "Extraordinary Aliens" is finally coming to LA.