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Drug Use

FIVE YEARS IN AMSTERDAM

Solo Show · pinraven · Ages 16+ · United States of America
Brendan was a timid Chicago boy before chancing on a new job in Amsterdam. Before too long, he had become expat Eurotrash.
Brendan was a timid Chicago boy before chancing on a new job in Amsterdam. Before too long, he had become expat Eurotrash.

3 WAY LOVVE

Experimental & Performance Art · maatology productions · Ages 18+ · United States of America
3 Way Lovve is a modernized Shakesperean love tragedy which involves a savvy street painter who has to choose between fame and the love relationships that challenges his burgeoning art career.
3 Way Lovve is a modernized Shakesperean love tragedy which involves a savvy street painter who has to choose between fame and the love relationships that challenges his burgeoning art career.

TINATOWN

Two Person Show · out of character queer media and things, inc. · Ages 13+ · United States of America
Inside TinaTown gay men learn to keep to themselves, and to drown out feelings and struggles with a drug, Tina. Andrew and a man who’s name appears to be Todd or possibly Sam receive a chance to clear away the smoke and see and feel things as they truly are.
Inside TinaTown gay men learn to keep to themselves, and to drown out feelings and struggles with a drug, Tina. Andrew and a man who’s name appears to be Todd or possibly Sam receive a chance to clear away the smoke and see and feel things as they truly are.

ALWAYS RUNNING

Ensemble Theatre · tia chucha's ensemble · Ages 14+ · United States of America
A stage adaptation of Luis J. Rodriguez's iconic memoir about gang life in Los Angeles. Spanning the time of 3 decades, Always Running shows one man's journey struggling to overcome the streets and gang culture of L.A through art, the Chicano movement, poetry & community advocacy.
A stage adaptation of Luis J. Rodriguez's iconic memoir about gang life in Los Angeles. Spanning the time of 3 decades, Always Running shows one man's journey struggling to overcome the streets and gang culture of L.A through art, the Chicano movement, poetry & community advocacy.