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MR. YUNIOSHI

solo performance · some sort of show · Ages 16+ · one person show · United States of America
Mr. Yunioshi is a solo performance piece that follows actor Mickey Rooney as he attempts to create his character for Breakfast at Tiffany's. Written and performed by J. Elijah Cho. Directed by Joe Wagner.
Mr. Yunioshi is a solo performance piece that follows actor Mickey Rooney as he attempts to create his character for Breakfast at Tiffany's. Written and performed by J. Elijah Cho. Directed by Joe Wagner.

YES. NO. MAYBE.

ensemble theatre · suttle dramas · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America
Dark Sexy Dramedy: In these #MeToo times, people are speaking out about sexual abuse, but some people happily/consciously use sex to get ahead. Would you sleep with someone to get a job? Would you let your partner sleep with someone if it would boost your careers? Monogamy or $1M for one night?
Dark Sexy Dramedy: In these #MeToo times, people are speaking out about sexual abuse, but some people happily/consciously use sex to get ahead. Would you sleep with someone to get a job? Would you let your partner sleep with someone if it would boost your careers? Monogamy or $1M for one night?

TRANSFERENCE

comedy · artepollo productions · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
A woman awakens from hypnotherapy and remembers all of her past lives. And that her therapist has been the love of her life in every lifetime. Transference tells the story of a woman hoping to get it right, and that this life won't end in one of their premature deaths.
A woman awakens from hypnotherapy and remembers all of her past lives. And that her therapist has been the love of her life in every lifetime. Transference tells the story of a woman hoping to get it right, and that this life won't end in one of their premature deaths.

PAPER TRAILS

ensemble theatre · off the page productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
WINNER - THE ENCORE! PRODUCERS' AWARD | Hard as we try to bury the truth… sometimes it emerges in unexpected ways. Three funny and poignant short plays explore the records we keep and the stories they tell.
WINNER - THE ENCORE! PRODUCERS' AWARD | Hard as we try to bury the truth… sometimes it emerges in unexpected ways. Three funny and poignant short plays explore the records we keep and the stories they tell.

MONKEY MIND

musicals and operas · international music net · Ages 9+ · world premiere · United States of America
We watch Lacy, a teen, wrestle with her MONKEY MIND (Played by characters who sing and dance around her on stage). Life's troubles drive her to near suicide till she learns to "stay in the now" and control her out of control brain. Suicide theme and some swearing.
We watch Lacy, a teen, wrestle with her MONKEY MIND (Played by characters who sing and dance around her on stage). Life's troubles drive her to near suicide till she learns to "stay in the now" and control her out of control brain. Suicide theme and some swearing.

SON OF A BITCH

ensemble theatre · beastly prozorovs · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
*PICK OF THE FRINGE* *BEST OF THE BROADWATER* In 1980, Lee Atwater was a scrappy Southern strategist. By 1990, he'd changed American politics forever. A new play about the legacy of the Bad Boy of the GOP, from the creators of HFF18 hits "Keeping Up With the Prozorovs" and "A Beast/A Burden".
*PICK OF THE FRINGE* *BEST OF THE BROADWATER* In 1980, Lee Atwater was a scrappy Southern strategist. By 1990, he'd changed American politics forever. A new play about the legacy of the Bad Boy of the GOP, from the creators of HFF18 hits "Keeping Up With the Prozorovs" and "A Beast/A Burden".

WHY DID THE CHICKEN CROSS THE ROAD?

ensemble theatre · matthew hennigar · Ages 14+ · United States of America
After a critically acclaimed run in London, “Why did the Chicken Cross the Road?” comes to LA as part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival. Turning the familiar joke into a comedic quest, the play follows the words in that joke as they try to figure out their meaning and reach the 'real world'.
After a critically acclaimed run in London, “Why did the Chicken Cross the Road?” comes to LA as part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival. Turning the familiar joke into a comedic quest, the play follows the words in that joke as they try to figure out their meaning and reach the 'real world'.

SEVEN

solo performance · mr house productions · Ages 15+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
In an archetypal journey to find hope and truth in a dark time, Seven incorporates seven views of the world through the lens of a shapeshifter. This one woman show is a look at honor, loyalty, luxury, vengeance, science, and religion in today's world.
In an archetypal journey to find hope and truth in a dark time, Seven incorporates seven views of the world through the lens of a shapeshifter. This one woman show is a look at honor, loyalty, luxury, vengeance, science, and religion in today's world.