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(IT'S BEEN 76 YEARS AND WE'RE) STILL WAITING FOR LEFTY

Drama · theatre unleashed · Ages 13+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
It's been seventy-six years since "Waiting For Lefty" premiered. Inspired by the NY Taxi Strike of 1934, Odets explored the ills of society at the time and use that platform to call for radical change. But in the time since then, what's actually changed? Have things gotten better for us, or worse?
It's been seventy-six years since "Waiting For Lefty" premiered. Inspired by the NY Taxi Strike of 1934, Odets explored the ills of society at the time and use that platform to call for radical change. But in the time since then, what's actually changed? Have things gotten better for us, or worse?

THE REICHSTAG IS BURNING

Solo Show · hartstone-kitney productions and black box live: from australia · Ages 14+ · flashing lights · one person show · Australia
A national emergency is declared. Civil liberties are restricted. Theatres & nightclubs - intellectual, artistic havens - are closing. A chanteuse takes to a smoky stage in musical defiance. A new cabaret for a world on fire, inspired by Weimar Kabarett. "A solo tour de force" ★★★★★ The Clothesline
A national emergency is declared. Civil liberties are restricted. Theatres & nightclubs - intellectual, artistic havens - are closing. A chanteuse takes to a smoky stage in musical defiance. A new cabaret for a world on fire, inspired by Weimar Kabarett. "A solo tour de force" ★★★★★ The Clothesline

THE EASTER BUNNY

marbles theatre group · Ages 16+ · one person show · Canada
THE EASTER BUNNY is an urban horror story. While the protagonist waits for his next victim, he kills time ruminating on the theme of sexual assault; it's cause and effect on victims and perpetrators: people like himself.
THE EASTER BUNNY is an urban horror story. While the protagonist waits for his next victim, he kills time ruminating on the theme of sexual assault; it's cause and effect on victims and perpetrators: people like himself.