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GAMERS

comedy · lolobobo productions · Ages 13+ · flashing lights · United States of America
Violence. Cynicism. Sex. Lithuanian Pastry. The dog-eat-dog world of eSports is not known for its sweetness. But when Paul Elliot Anderson—the world’s most optimistic orphan from Somewhere, Ohio—is recruited to the hyper-competitive video gamer workhouse of Harrington Media …Game Over.
Violence. Cynicism. Sex. Lithuanian Pastry. The dog-eat-dog world of eSports is not known for its sweetness. But when Paul Elliot Anderson—the world’s most optimistic orphan from Somewhere, Ohio—is recruited to the hyper-competitive video gamer workhouse of Harrington Media …Game Over.

SAVE ME A SPOT!

musicals and operas · waldkirch and lowder · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States of America
To win the heart of his favorite Youtube star, 30-something slacker Chris decides to make a grand gesture - waiting in line for a pair of concert tickets. He's soon joined by a cast of colorful strangers, who lead him through an unpredictable night of magic, chocolate, fame, friendship, and porn.
To win the heart of his favorite Youtube star, 30-something slacker Chris decides to make a grand gesture - waiting in line for a pair of concert tickets. He's soon joined by a cast of colorful strangers, who lead him through an unpredictable night of magic, chocolate, fame, friendship, and porn.

MUNGO!

solo performance · brown-reyna-mungo! · Ages 12+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
He boxed with Hemingway, struck out the Babe, threw hard as Dizzy Dean and drank even harder. Van Lingle Mungo cut a colorful swath through bars, boudoirs and baseball in the 1930s. A world-class character and semi-great pitcher. Van would remove “semi.” But he always did stretch the truth a little.
He boxed with Hemingway, struck out the Babe, threw hard as Dizzy Dean and drank even harder. Van Lingle Mungo cut a colorful swath through bars, boudoirs and baseball in the 1930s. A world-class character and semi-great pitcher. Van would remove “semi.” But he always did stretch the truth a little.