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THE THREE MUSKETEERERS: CLOWNS WITH SWORDS

dance & physical theatre · clowns with swords · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America
The audacious pursuit to retell the Dumas classic through the twisted lens of the theatrical clown.
The audacious pursuit to retell the Dumas classic through the twisted lens of the theatrical clown.

SHAKESPEARE(ISH)

dance & physical theatre · rogue artists ensemble · Ages 5+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America
It's twisted love poetry on the edge of madness and merriment –a sword fight with masked kings, prophesying puppets, and singing clowns. The Rogues bring their “whirligig of ferocious creativity” (LA Weekly) to remix Shakespeare’s iconic scenes and make the Bard roll over in his grave.
It's twisted love poetry on the edge of madness and merriment –a sword fight with masked kings, prophesying puppets, and singing clowns. The Rogues bring their “whirligig of ferocious creativity” (LA Weekly) to remix Shakespeare’s iconic scenes and make the Bard roll over in his grave.

MIGHT AS WELL LIVE: STORIES BY DOROTHY PARKER

ten forty-two productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
Dorothy Parker's unforgettable characters and crackling wit come to life onstage in "Might As Well Live", a modern twist on four of Dottie's most hilarious and heartbreaking stories.
Dorothy Parker's unforgettable characters and crackling wit come to life onstage in "Might As Well Live", a modern twist on four of Dottie's most hilarious and heartbreaking stories.

THE MARRIAGE PROPOSAL BY ANTON CHEKHOV

comedy · theatre factory studio · Ages 14+ · family friendly · United States of America
The Marriage Proposal, Anton Chekhov’s one-act comedy, forces us to think about relationships. Its three protagonists desperately hope that a marriage will occur, but can’t stop bickering long enough to bring it off. Is this a forecast of how wedded life will be?
The Marriage Proposal, Anton Chekhov’s one-act comedy, forces us to think about relationships. Its three protagonists desperately hope that a marriage will occur, but can’t stop bickering long enough to bring it off. Is this a forecast of how wedded life will be?