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PLAY ON! A MUSICAL ROMP WITH SHAKESPEARE'S HEROINES

musicals and operas laura jo trexler · Ages 12+ · family friendly · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
PLAY ON! is an innovative, new one-woman musical in which Shakespeare's most famous female characters share their stories from their own, unique perspective through song. These musical stories are woven together by a modern day "Renaissance woman."
PLAY ON! is an innovative, new one-woman musical in which Shakespeare's most famous female characters share their stories from their own, unique perspective through song. These musical stories are woven together by a modern day "Renaissance woman."

A PIECE OF WORK

solo performance coyle & co · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
Through anecdotes and song, Laura Coyle tells a sharply funny and poignant story about growing up with a mom who some may call... A Piece of Work.
Through anecdotes and song, Laura Coyle tells a sharply funny and poignant story about growing up with a mom who some may call... A Piece of Work.

PERSONAL PRIVILEGE AND TRUE TALES FROM TAP CITY

cabaret & variety foolsicals · Ages 12+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
After writing the songs for the Fringe hits "Thanks A Lot - My Gratitusical!" and "12 Bars," Richard Levinson brings another set of funny, not-so-funny and not-funny-at-all songs. Last year people said things like: "Wonderful! Best random fringe ticket I've ever bought." Pay-what-you-can.
After writing the songs for the Fringe hits "Thanks A Lot - My Gratitusical!" and "12 Bars," Richard Levinson brings another set of funny, not-so-funny and not-funny-at-all songs. Last year people said things like: "Wonderful! Best random fringe ticket I've ever bought." Pay-what-you-can.

OTHELLO & OTIS

cabaret & variety bag o' bones collective · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America
A stunning visual dreamscape that explores white apathy towards the African American community via the voices of Otis Redding, Solange, Ibeyi, Shakespeare, James Baldwin and others.
A stunning visual dreamscape that explores white apathy towards the African American community via the voices of Otis Redding, Solange, Ibeyi, Shakespeare, James Baldwin and others.