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DECONSTRUCTING HOLLY

Solo Show · deconstructing holly · Ages 16+ · one person show · United States of America
While Holly's body is being deconstructed during cancer surgery to remove her lady bits, she sees her life be deconstructed.Led on a journey(that is also part-circus + gameshow)by a cheeky British Angel, Holly faces what happens when everything we’re programmed to believe makes a woman is taken away
While Holly's body is being deconstructed during cancer surgery to remove her lady bits, she sees her life be deconstructed.Led on a journey(that is also part-circus + gameshow)by a cheeky British Angel, Holly faces what happens when everything we’re programmed to believe makes a woman is taken away

CAUGHT IN THE MIX

Solo Show · 357 productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
Kira, a mixed black & Latina woman, who grows up believing she is white, takes us on a journey through her life as she struggles to find and accept her true identity. Kira’s truthfulness carries us through the topics surrounding anti-blackness, & we witness her growth towards self love.
Kira, a mixed black & Latina woman, who grows up believing she is white, takes us on a journey through her life as she struggles to find and accept her true identity. Kira’s truthfulness carries us through the topics surrounding anti-blackness, & we witness her growth towards self love.

JUNK GIRLS

Drama · the los feliz theatre company · Ages 16+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
JUNK GIRLS is about 3 women stranded in small-town Minnesota on a US Army Casualty Notification assignment in January 2007. It's about the horrors of war, the terrible beauty of love and the loneliness of being lost forever in America. It's also a comedy about getting the worst news of your life.
JUNK GIRLS is about 3 women stranded in small-town Minnesota on a US Army Casualty Notification assignment in January 2007. It's about the horrors of war, the terrible beauty of love and the loneliness of being lost forever in America. It's also a comedy about getting the worst news of your life.

(IT'S BEEN 76 YEARS AND WE'RE) STILL WAITING FOR LEFTY

Drama · theatre unleashed · Ages 13+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
It's been seventy-six years since "Waiting For Lefty" premiered. Inspired by the NY Taxi Strike of 1934, Odets explored the ills of society at the time and use that platform to call for radical change. But in the time since then, what's actually changed? Have things gotten better for us, or worse?
It's been seventy-six years since "Waiting For Lefty" premiered. Inspired by the NY Taxi Strike of 1934, Odets explored the ills of society at the time and use that platform to call for radical change. But in the time since then, what's actually changed? Have things gotten better for us, or worse?

TRANSSETTER

Solo Show · ginger fail productions · Ages 14+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
After a series of self-inflicted tragedies, a Hollywood dreamer has to go back to basics and figure out some life truths. Out of all the questions to answer, the biggest (and most unexpected): is "he" actually a "she"?
After a series of self-inflicted tragedies, a Hollywood dreamer has to go back to basics and figure out some life truths. Out of all the questions to answer, the biggest (and most unexpected): is "he" actually a "she"?

NATURALLY TAN

Solo Show · tanya thomas · Ages 16+ · one person show · United States of America
Told through the bold perspective of a vivacious drag queen named Tanvi, Naturally Tan follows Tanya Thomas' desperation to fit in as a minority in Singapore and her search for acceptance in America. Will Tanya hide behind her insecurities forever or will she embody her worth as a woman & artist?
Told through the bold perspective of a vivacious drag queen named Tanvi, Naturally Tan follows Tanya Thomas' desperation to fit in as a minority in Singapore and her search for acceptance in America. Will Tanya hide behind her insecurities forever or will she embody her worth as a woman & artist?