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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.

NIGHTS AT THE ALGONQUIN ROUND TABLE

svi cine+media · Ages 21+ · world premiere · United States of America
The Roaring 20’s come roaring back to life when Hollywood’s 3 Clubs is transformed into NY’s legendary Algonquin Hotel to host a literal – and literary – battle of wits among the brightest lights on Broadway in this new comedy of caustic quips and lethal wordplay from author Steven Vlasak.
The Roaring 20’s come roaring back to life when Hollywood’s 3 Clubs is transformed into NY’s legendary Algonquin Hotel to host a literal – and literary – battle of wits among the brightest lights on Broadway in this new comedy of caustic quips and lethal wordplay from author Steven Vlasak.

HELLO AGAIN! THE SONGS OF ALLAN SHERMAN

linden waddell · Ages 6+ · family friendly · one person show · United States of America
“Weird Al” meets Bette Midler! Singer/comedienne Linden Waddell highlights the song parody genius of ALLAN SHERMAN’s zany lyrics. Directed by HFF veteran Janet Miller; live accompaniment by Marjorie Poe. CABARETScenes: an evening of solid laughter/Gardenia: taut, perfectly executed romp of a show!
“Weird Al” meets Bette Midler! Singer/comedienne Linden Waddell highlights the song parody genius of ALLAN SHERMAN’s zany lyrics. Directed by HFF veteran Janet Miller; live accompaniment by Marjorie Poe. CABARETScenes: an evening of solid laughter/Gardenia: taut, perfectly executed romp of a show!