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BEST OF INK PRESENTS CHARLIE MOOSE MAKES HIS MOVE

2cents theatre group · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States of America
A deliciously dark comedy about an unlikely friendship between a socially inept young boy & a morbidly obese novelist. They both seek refuge from a dismal reality in the worlds of their respective imaginations, exploring the dangers of living solely in the space where imagination & memory converge.
A deliciously dark comedy about an unlikely friendship between a socially inept young boy & a morbidly obese novelist. They both seek refuge from a dismal reality in the worlds of their respective imaginations, exploring the dangers of living solely in the space where imagination & memory converge.

STRINGMATES

dance & physical theatre · mb stage productions, llc · Ages 12+ · family friendly · United States of America
Stringmates, a written word and movement piece, explores the many kinds of love and relationships we find ourselves waiting lifetimes to experience. Through dance and language, Stringmates encourages all to consider what the word "soulmate" really means. Written by Amanda Noriko Newman.
Stringmates, a written word and movement piece, explores the many kinds of love and relationships we find ourselves waiting lifetimes to experience. Through dance and language, Stringmates encourages all to consider what the word "soulmate" really means. Written by Amanda Noriko Newman.

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Nancy F***ing Reagan

NANCY F***ING REAGAN - A world premiere play by Daniel Hurewitz, directed by Larry Margo. July 12 – August 4, 2019 at the Secret Rose Theatre, North Hollywood, CA 91601. Fridays/Saturdays at 8PM, Sundays at 2PM. Promo code: NFRNFR for 50% off tickets

Greenwood 1964

This brilliantly crafted fictional debate between Mr. Poitier and Mr. Belafonte eloquently explores the individual approaches on how to achieve liberation for people of color.