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DIVORCE: THE HIP-HOP MUSICAL

good shows · Ages 13+ · United States of America
2 encore performances. 12 original songs. 1 beatboxer. Won: THE ENCORE! - PRODUCERS' AWARD Nominated: THE UNLEASHED AWARD THE RIPEST SHOW SHOWORKS DON’T WAIT. CREATE! AWARD THE SPIRIT OF THE FRINGE, NEVER IN A BOX AWARD
2 encore performances. 12 original songs. 1 beatboxer. Won: THE ENCORE! - PRODUCERS' AWARD Nominated: THE UNLEASHED AWARD THE RIPEST SHOW SHOWORKS DON’T WAIT. CREATE! AWARD THE SPIRIT OF THE FRINGE, NEVER IN A BOX AWARD

BITCH BROW

demetra kareman · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States of America
LOVE. BLOOD. LAUNDRY. A tough townie chick and an uptight young woman of privilege clash over everything from career choices to finger fucking... until one of them winds up dead.
LOVE. BLOOD. LAUNDRY. A tough townie chick and an uptight young woman of privilege clash over everything from career choices to finger fucking... until one of them winds up dead.

WHY WE BECOME WITCHES

vinegar tom · Ages 10+ · one person show · United States of America
This occult comedy of manners follows Laura Willowes, a spinster, as she does everything possible to get her family to leave her alone - including making a deal with Satan.
This occult comedy of manners follows Laura Willowes, a spinster, as she does everything possible to get her family to leave her alone - including making a deal with Satan.

CHATTER

a bench productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
*WINNER HFF SCHOLARSHIP *WINNER SHORT + SWEET AWARD *WINNER ENCORE AWARD A dark comedy about a woman who goes toe-to-toe with her racial identity, religious guilt, crippling insecurity and destructive body shaming. Will the voices of self-doubt win? That's a question to ask yourself...
*WINNER HFF SCHOLARSHIP *WINNER SHORT + SWEET AWARD *WINNER ENCORE AWARD A dark comedy about a woman who goes toe-to-toe with her racial identity, religious guilt, crippling insecurity and destructive body shaming. Will the voices of self-doubt win? That's a question to ask yourself...