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DOUBLE PLAY

comedy · double play players · Ages 14+ · family friendly · United States
Two loners in their late 20s meet outside Yankee Stadium and forge what could be the first romantic relationship of their lives.
Two loners in their late 20s meet outside Yankee Stadium and forge what could be the first romantic relationship of their lives.

BONNIE IN BRIGHTON

solo performance · wasif productions · Ages 14+ · United States
This award-winning one-woman show about a Texan girl's unconventional adventures in a British seaside town. Winner Best Female Performer Brighton Festival. Erin Parks stars in this moving and funny piece. "Guy Picot's script is superb. Theatre doesn't come any better than this."(Stage UK)
This award-winning one-woman show about a Texan girl's unconventional adventures in a British seaside town. Winner Best Female Performer Brighton Festival. Erin Parks stars in this moving and funny piece. "Guy Picot's script is superb. Theatre doesn't come any better than this."(Stage UK)

THE REV AT THE CHURCH OF E.L.V.I.S.$.

comedy · dskg!, inc. · Ages 12+ · world premiere · one person show · United States
REV is the minister at the Church of E.L.V.I.S.$. where he ministers to celebrities because-Just like you, celebrities need JE-SUS too! Sermons giving advice to celebrities will leave you filled spiritually and guaranteed to have you literally laughing your ass off! Let the church say AMEN!
REV is the minister at the Church of E.L.V.I.S.$. where he ministers to celebrities because-Just like you, celebrities need JE-SUS too! Sermons giving advice to celebrities will leave you filled spiritually and guaranteed to have you literally laughing your ass off! Let the church say AMEN!

DAVID AND LEEMAN PRESENT: MAGIC AND OTHER DANGEROUS THINGS

cabaret & variety · filthy liars productions · Ages 12+ · United States
David Blatter & Leeman Parker return to the L.A. Fringe with their brand new show "Magic and Other Dangerous Things." As winners of the 2012 L.A. Comedy Festival and Best of Fringe Awards in Hollywood Fringes 2012 & 2013, their magic and other dangerous things are sure to get you off - guaranteed.
David Blatter & Leeman Parker return to the L.A. Fringe with their brand new show "Magic and Other Dangerous Things." As winners of the 2012 L.A. Comedy Festival and Best of Fringe Awards in Hollywood Fringes 2012 & 2013, their magic and other dangerous things are sure to get you off - guaranteed.

WHY I DIED, A COMEDY!

solo performance · katierubin.com · Ages 16+ · one person show · United States
Katie's pushy producer is riding her to create a new show for production in L.A. Katie is eager to please, and excited to succeed. It just so happens, she is also dying… spiritually. Audience favorite, Katie Rubin premiers her fourth hilariously dynamic solo show.
Katie's pushy producer is riding her to create a new show for production in L.A. Katie is eager to please, and excited to succeed. It just so happens, she is also dying… spiritually. Audience favorite, Katie Rubin premiers her fourth hilariously dynamic solo show.

BEYOND - SCHACHNER VS. SCHACHNER

solo performance · abby schachner · Ages 12+ · one person show · United States of America
Schachner Vs. Schachner the feel-bad comedy about family, identity and attempted murder is BACK! "Tragic" "Hilarious" "Heartbreaking" Saturday, October 8th, 8:30pm Friday, October 28th, 7pm Studio C 6448 Santa Monica Blvd. Feel the Love!
Schachner Vs. Schachner the feel-bad comedy about family, identity and attempted murder is BACK! "Tragic" "Hilarious" "Heartbreaking" Saturday, October 8th, 8:30pm Friday, October 28th, 7pm Studio C 6448 Santa Monica Blvd. Feel the Love!

SMALL PARTS

solo performance · misery loves co. · Ages 13+ · one person show · United States
Part cautionary tale, part irreverent skewering of Showbiz, Richard Tanner's uproarious, multi-media chronicle of the highs & lows, ups & downs, and the gap between ambition & the reality of being of an "unsteadily working actor," is told with wit, compassion, and a dollop of audience participation.
Part cautionary tale, part irreverent skewering of Showbiz, Richard Tanner's uproarious, multi-media chronicle of the highs & lows, ups & downs, and the gap between ambition & the reality of being of an "unsteadily working actor," is told with wit, compassion, and a dollop of audience participation.