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THE OZ MONOLOGUES

ensemble theatre · italo productions · Ages 10+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America
The Oz Monologues goes beyond the story you already know, exploring each of the beloved characters from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz... with a poetic and irreverent modern take.
The Oz Monologues goes beyond the story you already know, exploring each of the beloved characters from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz... with a poetic and irreverent modern take.

COKE & MIRRORS

cabaret & variety · the new bad boys of magic · Ages 21+ · United States of America
The boys are back in town! One of TimeOut LA's "10 Shows to See" at last year's Fringe, the New Bad Boys of Magic present COKE & MIRRORS, the new story of their rise and fall from Las Vegas headliners to Los Angeles children's entertainers. It's magic, comedy, drinking, and definitely NSFW.
The boys are back in town! One of TimeOut LA's "10 Shows to See" at last year's Fringe, the New Bad Boys of Magic present COKE & MIRRORS, the new story of their rise and fall from Las Vegas headliners to Los Angeles children's entertainers. It's magic, comedy, drinking, and definitely NSFW.

NOBODY'S REALLY HELPED ME

comedy · independent · Ages 14+ · one person show · United States of America
“Nobody’s Really Helped Me” is a one-woman musical comedy written and performed by Lanessa Long. It is made up of songs and stories about art and education, angst, identity, and encapsulates the melodramatic nature of being 22.
“Nobody’s Really Helped Me” is a one-woman musical comedy written and performed by Lanessa Long. It is made up of songs and stories about art and education, angst, identity, and encapsulates the melodramatic nature of being 22.

BLUE NIGHT/PERILOUS NIGHT

solo performance · n/a · Ages 18+ · one person show · United States of America
Rory Cello. I'm a private eye and a female person. Guy comes into my office one night: not good. There's a grisly death on railroad tracks; tortured love story. Time: 1957 maybe? Place: Midwest-ish? Genre: Noir poem. But no rhyming. Free show. So please come. I need the money.
Rory Cello. I'm a private eye and a female person. Guy comes into my office one night: not good. There's a grisly death on railroad tracks; tortured love story. Time: 1957 maybe? Place: Midwest-ish? Genre: Noir poem. But no rhyming. Free show. So please come. I need the money.