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the unknown artists · Ages 13+ · United States of America
Travel back in time with our nostalgic cabaret as we celebrate our favorite rock and pop songs from the 1990s and early 2000s!
Travel back in time with our nostalgic cabaret as we celebrate our favorite rock and pop songs from the 1990s and early 2000s!

A TERRIBLE SHOW FOR TERRIBLE PEOPLE BY BONNIE HE

Comedy · bonnie he · Ages 13+ · United States of America
45 minutes. 2 words. 1 performer. A physical comedy spectacle. 🏆 WINNER: Best Comedy, 2022 Hollywood Fringe Best of Broadwater, 2022 Hollywood Fringe Hollywood Fringe Scholarship, 2022 Hollywood Fringe Craziest Solo Show, 2019 Crazy Woke Asians Solo Performance Festival www.aterribleshow.com
45 minutes. 2 words. 1 performer. A physical comedy spectacle. 🏆 WINNER: Best Comedy, 2022 Hollywood Fringe Best of Broadwater, 2022 Hollywood Fringe Hollywood Fringe Scholarship, 2022 Hollywood Fringe Craziest Solo Show, 2019 Crazy Woke Asians Solo Performance Festival www.aterribleshow.com

ASCENSION DAY

gwydion theater company · Ages 16+ · United States of America
Ascension Day written by Timothy Mason is a one-act play that follows the lives of nine Wisconsin teenagers at a bible camp as they navigate their varying levels of faith, trust, and discipline. Winner of the Encore Producers Award! Extended to July 3rd and July 5th!
Ascension Day written by Timothy Mason is a one-act play that follows the lives of nine Wisconsin teenagers at a bible camp as they navigate their varying levels of faith, trust, and discipline. Winner of the Encore Producers Award! Extended to July 3rd and July 5th!

TREE

Solo Show · natasha mercado · Ages 16+ · United States of America
🏆 WINNER OF THE HOLLYWOOD FRINGE SCHOLARSHIP: An immersive comedy experience that's part clown show, part game show, part philosophical discussion on humanity. By Natasha Mercado
🏆 WINNER OF THE HOLLYWOOD FRINGE SCHOLARSHIP: An immersive comedy experience that's part clown show, part game show, part philosophical discussion on humanity. By Natasha Mercado