TAGGED WITH

Fresh

MEET & GREET

comedy · combined artform · Ages 16+ · United States
4 actresses (of a certain age) are all up for the same part in a new sitcom pilot. At the network casting office, old rivalries come to the surface, egos clash, and a shocking revelation forces them to question their entire existences.
4 actresses (of a certain age) are all up for the same part in a new sitcom pilot. At the network casting office, old rivalries come to the surface, egos clash, and a shocking revelation forces them to question their entire existences.

THE WAKE

solo performance · bam · Ages 18+ · United States of America
Love and loss nearly always intertwine, but never as closely as when you discover your one true love is a dead body. A candid dark comedy about learning which things (and people) to bury. From the creator of the 2012 Hollywood Fringe solo hit “This Vicious Minute.”
Love and loss nearly always intertwine, but never as closely as when you discover your one true love is a dead body. A candid dark comedy about learning which things (and people) to bury. From the creator of the 2012 Hollywood Fringe solo hit “This Vicious Minute.”

EGOMANIAC - A POETIC INCANTATION

ensemble theatre · theatre om · Ages 18+ · United States
An archetypal play, in classic Greek style, that explores the nature of the ego. Former lovers, now married to different people, come together at a crossroads in their lives. Three men & three women, representing the egos of the main two characters, make up the dynamic of the storytelling.
An archetypal play, in classic Greek style, that explores the nature of the ego. Former lovers, now married to different people, come together at a crossroads in their lives. Three men & three women, representing the egos of the main two characters, make up the dynamic of the storytelling.

A GAY IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST

ensemble theatre · queer classics · United States
Oscar Wilde’s masterful comedy galavants through a world obsessed with appearances, money and social-status. (The polar opposite of Hollywood culture. Wink face.) By presenting the lovers as gay men, Queer Classics creates a play more hysterically fabulous than Oscar could get away with in his time.
Oscar Wilde’s masterful comedy galavants through a world obsessed with appearances, money and social-status. (The polar opposite of Hollywood culture. Wink face.) By presenting the lovers as gay men, Queer Classics creates a play more hysterically fabulous than Oscar could get away with in his time.