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WOUNDED, BY JIGGS BURGESS

p3 theatre company · Ages 16+ · United States of America
Directed by Spencer Frankeberger A repressed nobody who thinks of himself as somebody. An addict. Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf played out between hummingbirds. And a pussy eating dog. This is Wounded. In this darkest of comedies, the bleak paths our lives can lead us down are on full display.
Directed by Spencer Frankeberger A repressed nobody who thinks of himself as somebody. An addict. Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf played out between hummingbirds. And a pussy eating dog. This is Wounded. In this darkest of comedies, the bleak paths our lives can lead us down are on full display.

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING ANXIOUS

made from concentrate · Ages 16+ · United States of America
After selling out LONDON'S Camden Fringe, THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING ANXIOUS brings the angst to Hollywood. Featuring the voice of RICKI LAKE, Hal Cantor's coming-of-middle-age comedy is a raw, deeply personal look into one man's overwrought, forever fraught life. With lots of gay sex.
After selling out LONDON'S Camden Fringe, THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING ANXIOUS brings the angst to Hollywood. Featuring the voice of RICKI LAKE, Hal Cantor's coming-of-middle-age comedy is a raw, deeply personal look into one man's overwrought, forever fraught life. With lots of gay sex.

THINGS TO AVOID IN A EULOGY

Drama · gray area productions · Ages 17+ · United States of America
Living in solitude with inoperable stage four cancer, Sandra hires Jill, a young woman still finding her way in the world, to be her short-term caregiver and companion. The two women must put aside their differences and find common ground as they navigate the inevitable end of a human life.
Living in solitude with inoperable stage four cancer, Sandra hires Jill, a young woman still finding her way in the world, to be her short-term caregiver and companion. The two women must put aside their differences and find common ground as they navigate the inevitable end of a human life.

A DEFINITIVE RANKING OF MY CLOSEST FRIENDS

Comedy · jay stalder · Ages 17+ · United States of America
A one-act comedy about a possibly (definitely) toxic group of six friends, whose time together always seems to end in a blow out. While getting ready to leave for their annual camping trip, a private note is found on the ground. On this small piece of paper are all of their names, ranked.
A one-act comedy about a possibly (definitely) toxic group of six friends, whose time together always seems to end in a blow out. While getting ready to leave for their annual camping trip, a private note is found on the ground. On this small piece of paper are all of their names, ranked.

TRACERS

Drama · fireteam juliet bravo · Ages 18+ · United States of America
A composite or collage of interrelated scenes, the play follows the lives of a group of “grunts” as they move from basic training, on to combat in Vietnam, and finally to the shattering realization that their lives will be forever affected by the horrors that they have witnessed—and been a part of.
A composite or collage of interrelated scenes, the play follows the lives of a group of “grunts” as they move from basic training, on to combat in Vietnam, and finally to the shattering realization that their lives will be forever affected by the horrors that they have witnessed—and been a part of.