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ASEXUALITY! THE SOLO MUSICAL

venus in waves productions · Ages 15+ · flashing lights · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
Written and performed by transgender artist Rebecca McGlynn (co-writer/lyricist/composer/producer of Top of the Fringe winner "My Big Fat Blonde Musical"), "Asexuality! The Solo Musical" is an autobiographical musical comedy about Rebecca's pre-transition life.
Written and performed by transgender artist Rebecca McGlynn (co-writer/lyricist/composer/producer of Top of the Fringe winner "My Big Fat Blonde Musical"), "Asexuality! The Solo Musical" is an autobiographical musical comedy about Rebecca's pre-transition life.

QUEEN OF FISHTOWN

self producing · Ages 13+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
Platinum Medalist! Best of Broadwater Encore! Best Solo nominee! SPLASH Female Voices nominee. Character comedy set in Philadelphia about the struggle to maintain one's authenticity while facing inevitable change. Filled with hope and profanity. Like "Mare of Easttown” but funny and with zero murder
Platinum Medalist! Best of Broadwater Encore! Best Solo nominee! SPLASH Female Voices nominee. Character comedy set in Philadelphia about the struggle to maintain one's authenticity while facing inevitable change. Filled with hope and profanity. Like "Mare of Easttown” but funny and with zero murder

THE TANNER

Solo Show · fringe management llc · Ages 16+ · one person show · United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
A searing portrayal of the battles fought by the Scottish freedom fighter William Wallace, as seen through the eyes of a common soldier, this stunning monologue shows the brutality of war and the heavy costs paid by the ordinary men and their families who choose to follow their leaders into combat.
A searing portrayal of the battles fought by the Scottish freedom fighter William Wallace, as seen through the eyes of a common soldier, this stunning monologue shows the brutality of war and the heavy costs paid by the ordinary men and their families who choose to follow their leaders into combat.