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NORMALER THAN EVERYONE

solo performance · normaler productions and fringe management, llc · Ages 12+ · United States of America
Best of Broadwater 2019, this musical features award winning singer/songwriter Brian Joseph. Through songs, words and photos, he presents a funny, moving portrait of a cancer caregiver, enraged by soup and ghosts. "Joseph is an actor, singer and songwriter of the first order.” - Oakland Tribune
Best of Broadwater 2019, this musical features award winning singer/songwriter Brian Joseph. Through songs, words and photos, he presents a funny, moving portrait of a cancer caregiver, enraged by soup and ghosts. "Joseph is an actor, singer and songwriter of the first order.” - Oakland Tribune

IF WE RUN

ensemble theatre · kadm productions · Ages 15+ · United States of America
Brian and Rachel were the perfect couple and seemed destined to live happily ever after. But that was a long time ago and life got in the way of those dreams. Tonight, they meet in their old romantic spot for one last night together. Is there still hope for them after all these years?
Brian and Rachel were the perfect couple and seemed destined to live happily ever after. But that was a long time ago and life got in the way of those dreams. Tonight, they meet in their old romantic spot for one last night together. Is there still hope for them after all these years?

AN AMERICAN VIDEO STORE

ensemble theatre · 100% productions · Ages 13+ · United States of America
Taking place over 3 pivotal moments in the history of the American Video Store, our intimate story of clerks and customers examines the rise and fall of a cultural phenomenon that defined a generation.
Taking place over 3 pivotal moments in the history of the American Video Store, our intimate story of clerks and customers examines the rise and fall of a cultural phenomenon that defined a generation.

THE SCORPION AND THE FROG: A TIME-KILLER

comedy · the 6th act · Ages 16+ · United States of America
“The Scorpion and the Frog: a time-killer” is a comic interpretation of the oft-told story/fable/allegory/whatchamawhoositz about a frog who agrees to take a scorpion across a river.
“The Scorpion and the Frog: a time-killer” is a comic interpretation of the oft-told story/fable/allegory/whatchamawhoositz about a frog who agrees to take a scorpion across a river.

LET’S WRITE A MUSICAL

Ensemble Theatre · smylie productions · Ages 16+ · United States of America
David Hamilton decides to write a musical comedy with his wife after he is diagnosed with cancer. Set in the 50’s, it is the story of Olive and Blake, who are smitten after their first date but a friend meddles in their romance and shenanigans ensue. Writing the musical was the perfect remedy.
David Hamilton decides to write a musical comedy with his wife after he is diagnosed with cancer. Set in the 50’s, it is the story of Olive and Blake, who are smitten after their first date but a friend meddles in their romance and shenanigans ensue. Writing the musical was the perfect remedy.

THE CIRCLE TABLE

flat tire theatre company · Ages 13+ · United States of America
The Circle Table explores several vignettes threading characters and relationships via FaceTime/phone calls and asks: How does digital communication hamper or enhance analog components of life like love, family, depression, self-exploration and fulfillment?
The Circle Table explores several vignettes threading characters and relationships via FaceTime/phone calls and asks: How does digital communication hamper or enhance analog components of life like love, family, depression, self-exploration and fulfillment?

DEAR MOM, SORRY FOR BEING A B!TCH

comedy · b!tch productions · Ages 15+ · United States of America
"Dear Mom, Sorry For Being A B!tch” is a one-woman comedy show (with guests) written by and starring Christine Covode. Starting in elementary school and ending at college graduation, this whacky tale remembers our b!tchiest teenager moments and retells them in hopes of gaining forgiveness.
"Dear Mom, Sorry For Being A B!tch” is a one-woman comedy show (with guests) written by and starring Christine Covode. Starting in elementary school and ending at college graduation, this whacky tale remembers our b!tchiest teenager moments and retells them in hopes of gaining forgiveness.