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MAN'S DOMINION

solo performance · pachyderm productions · Ages 14+ · United States
Historical fact: In September 1916 the people of Erwin, TN lynched an elephant. MAN'S DOMINION, a history in 10 characters done as a one-person show provides witness to that hanging and shines a light on man's cruelty to animals; religious intolerance; and America's racial past.
Historical fact: In September 1916 the people of Erwin, TN lynched an elephant. MAN'S DOMINION, a history in 10 characters done as a one-person show provides witness to that hanging and shines a light on man's cruelty to animals; religious intolerance; and America's racial past.

LOST IN LVOV

solo performance · sandy simona · Ages 13+ · United States
A multimedia, time capsule of memories, secrets and most precious experiences of, The Belman sisters. Three sisters, who immigrate to America from the U.S.S.R before and after Perestroika. Intimate winks and glimpses of their past lives wander as they reinvent themselves in America.
A multimedia, time capsule of memories, secrets and most precious experiences of, The Belman sisters. Three sisters, who immigrate to America from the U.S.S.R before and after Perestroika. Intimate winks and glimpses of their past lives wander as they reinvent themselves in America.

JACKASS: A PROM STORY

solo performance · amy granados · Ages 13+ · United States
Amy Granados shares how Saved By The Bell and slow dancing ruined everything
Amy Granados shares how Saved By The Bell and slow dancing ruined everything

SMALL PARTS

solo performance · misery loves co. · Ages 13+ · 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.