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THE SCORPION AND THE FROG: A TIME-KILLER

comedy · the 6th act · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
“The Scorpion and the Frog: a time-killer” is a comic interpretation of the oft-told story/fable/allegory/whatchamawhoositz about a frog who agrees to take a scorpion across a river.
“The Scorpion and the Frog: a time-killer” is a comic interpretation of the oft-told story/fable/allegory/whatchamawhoositz about a frog who agrees to take a scorpion across a river.

DEATH AND THE FOOL

ensemble theatre · fiasco! physical theatre · Ages 13+ · United States of America
“Death and the Fool” is a contemporary adaptation of the comedic play “Mistero Buffo” written by Nobel Prize winning playwright Dario Fo. Fiasco! incorporates physical theatre techniques to bring awareness to timeless issues of morality, dignity, survival, corruption, and power.
“Death and the Fool” is a contemporary adaptation of the comedic play “Mistero Buffo” written by Nobel Prize winning playwright Dario Fo. Fiasco! incorporates physical theatre techniques to bring awareness to timeless issues of morality, dignity, survival, corruption, and power.

EARTH TO KAREN

Musicals & Operas · the bicycats · Ages 10+ · world premiere · United States of America
WINNER – Best of the Broadwater, NOMINATED – "Best Musical" and "Don’t Wait. Create!" awards: A disgraced ex-astronaut tries to redeem her tarnished image, with mixed results. A world-premiere musical comedy from the creative team that brought you last year's Fringe hit, "Disasteroid!"
WINNER – Best of the Broadwater, NOMINATED – "Best Musical" and "Don’t Wait. Create!" awards: A disgraced ex-astronaut tries to redeem her tarnished image, with mixed results. A world-premiere musical comedy from the creative team that brought you last year's Fringe hit, "Disasteroid!"

I'M JENNIFER MOTHER F*CKING LAWRENCE

comedy · cole quirk · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
Actress Jennifer Lawrence has some pretty intense fears, and she's about to tackle her first one; a spider.
Actress Jennifer Lawrence has some pretty intense fears, and she's about to tackle her first one; a spider.

THE LAST CROISSANT

ensemble theatre · the attic collective · Ages 13+ · United States of America
We all go to the woods for our own reasons. Imogen wants Frederick’s love. He wants to see a rare bird. Toby wants to find herself. Ranger Dave wants to help. Bear needs everyone to please remain calm. Nine crowded campers will take you to the campfire to ponder loneliness, gender, and great snacks.
We all go to the woods for our own reasons. Imogen wants Frederick’s love. He wants to see a rare bird. Toby wants to find herself. Ranger Dave wants to help. Bear needs everyone to please remain calm. Nine crowded campers will take you to the campfire to ponder loneliness, gender, and great snacks.

SEXUALMISADVENTURESOFASTRAIGHTWHITEMALE: APRIVILEGESTORY

solo performance · ross john gosla · Ages 13+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
Sexual Misadventures of a Straight White Male: A Privilege Story is the male response to #MeToo, bro. And like, it's totally true. Ross is on this quest to be a real man, so he goes to the Man Make Machine to learn to be a man. Like, I don't know bro, sounds like every other story that's out there.
Sexual Misadventures of a Straight White Male: A Privilege Story is the male response to #MeToo, bro. And like, it's totally true. Ross is on this quest to be a real man, so he goes to the Man Make Machine to learn to be a man. Like, I don't know bro, sounds like every other story that's out there.

OLIVIA WILDE DOES NOT SURVIVE THE APOCALYPSE

Comedy · red flag media productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
A hack director and a snooty actress stumble 300 years into the future, where an evil government has taken over the United States. As the only artists alive they must train political prisoners to put on a theatre production, or face execution.
A hack director and a snooty actress stumble 300 years into the future, where an evil government has taken over the United States. As the only artists alive they must train political prisoners to put on a theatre production, or face execution.

THE JOURNEY OF THE LITTLE PRINCE

ensemble theatre · potato nose productions · Ages 15+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America
While traveling from planet to planet, The Little Prince tells us the story of different characters's lives. What is under their stories, it's not just the words - it's always something deeper and wiser, hidden under the lines.
While traveling from planet to planet, The Little Prince tells us the story of different characters's lives. What is under their stories, it's not just the words - it's always something deeper and wiser, hidden under the lines.

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.

HOW I BECAME A SUPERHERO

ensemble theatre · the broadwater second stage · Ages 8+ · world premiere · United States of America
Otto and Reggie leave the realm of online activism and leap into the business of vigilante justice, casting themselves on a collision course with colorful characters and the most powerful figures in their world. But how will they know who the bad guys are? And do the good guys really ever win?
Otto and Reggie leave the realm of online activism and leap into the business of vigilante justice, casting themselves on a collision course with colorful characters and the most powerful figures in their world. But how will they know who the bad guys are? And do the good guys really ever win?