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BABA, JEE (FATHER, YES)

moj productions · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States of America
Maria, a bi-racial Pakistani-American young woman, lives in New York City with her boyfriend Dave. On the eve of Hurricane Sandy, her father Baba comes to visit from Pakistan. Trapped inside, they are forced to confront their differing views on culture, love, and belonging.
Maria, a bi-racial Pakistani-American young woman, lives in New York City with her boyfriend Dave. On the eve of Hurricane Sandy, her father Baba comes to visit from Pakistan. Trapped inside, they are forced to confront their differing views on culture, love, and belonging.

BABY BOY

One More Chance adrian eli · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
From the youngest of five in an old school Texican family to a stunted adulthood hiding his true identity, Adrian is finally dragged out of the closet (kicking and screaming) at 30. “Hilarious, touching, entertaining and a little wild.” -nohoartsdistrict.com Directed by Jenni Melear.
From the youngest of five in an old school Texican family to a stunted adulthood hiding his true identity, Adrian is finally dragged out of the closet (kicking and screaming) at 30. “Hilarious, touching, entertaining and a little wild.” -nohoartsdistrict.com Directed by Jenni Melear.

ROCHESTER, 1996

immersive theatre capital w / drycraeft los angeles · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
An immersive exploration of identity, sexuality, and faith through a Sunday in the life of an urban pastor and his teenage daughter. Rochester, 1996 is highly interactive and mobile – the show progresses between multiple locations, starting and ending in Hollywood.
An immersive exploration of identity, sexuality, and faith through a Sunday in the life of an urban pastor and his teenage daughter. Rochester, 1996 is highly interactive and mobile – the show progresses between multiple locations, starting and ending in Hollywood.

EYES OF THE BLIND

ensemble theatre granville house productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
After the suicide of her sister, Amy returns to the Naval base she lived on as a child. Helping her father pack away his youngest’s life, Amy does not trust what she begins to see: her sister, Cassie. Apparitions sinister, Amy must face down familial insecurities to find truth in Cassie's tragedy.
After the suicide of her sister, Amy returns to the Naval base she lived on as a child. Helping her father pack away his youngest’s life, Amy does not trust what she begins to see: her sister, Cassie. Apparitions sinister, Amy must face down familial insecurities to find truth in Cassie's tragedy.