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MORE BIGGER MASSES

dance & physical theatre · black hive theater projects · Ages 16+ · one person show · United States
In the basement of an abandoned office building, former employee Guy Johnson arrives for a meeting that was never scheduled at the job he was fired from long ago. Physical Theater, clown, improvisation and basketball combine into a comedic theatrical poem of failure and transformation.
In the basement of an abandoned office building, former employee Guy Johnson arrives for a meeting that was never scheduled at the job he was fired from long ago. Physical Theater, clown, improvisation and basketball combine into a comedic theatrical poem of failure and transformation.

LEMON BOOTS

dance & physical theatre · lemon boots physical theatre · Ages 6+ · family friendly · United States
Join us for a visually stunning, kinetic theatre experience set in a world without water. Lives are made and broken on the promise of a drink. Kids age 6-12 use code "youth" for $6 tickets. Student/Senior/SAG/AEA use code "student" for $9 tickets. Proof of ID required for discount eligibility.
Join us for a visually stunning, kinetic theatre experience set in a world without water. Lives are made and broken on the promise of a drink. Kids age 6-12 use code "youth" for $6 tickets. Student/Senior/SAG/AEA use code "student" for $9 tickets. Proof of ID required for discount eligibility.

YA BASTA: TIME'S BEEN UP

From the Justice for Janitors Campaign in the 90s to End Rape on the Night Shift in 2016, YA BASTA: TIME’S BEEN UP tells the story of immigrant janitor’s fight to end rape on the night shift while resisting to no longer be invisible in the workplace.

DOZED & CONFUSED

Carl Kozlowski fell asleep at the wheel of his car, made Oscar-winning actress Hilary Swank think he died mid-interview and had to race an LA bus at 90 mph. Now he's ready to share his craziest narcoleptic misadventures with you. Strap in!

Straight White Men #trying to Woke

5 comedies about confused white guys FANDOM–contemplating politics POLITE RACISM–analyzing ethnicity SUICIDE PACT–tolerating millennials BRITTLE TROMBONE–fretting money FANTASY FOOTBALL–grasping identity

Once Upon The First

It's a story about Asian American children figuring out who they are and how to be themselves!