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PUBLIC DOMAIN: THE MUSICAL

musicals and operas · hyperbolic media/running song productions · Ages 13+ · United States of America
The characters of nearly every beloved animated movie musical began in fairy tales and stories from the public domain. In "Public Domain: The Musical," characters from the bottom of the barrel audition with original songs to show why they deserve to have their own time in the spotlight.
The characters of nearly every beloved animated movie musical began in fairy tales and stories from the public domain. In "Public Domain: The Musical," characters from the bottom of the barrel audition with original songs to show why they deserve to have their own time in the spotlight.

VICTORIA GORDON - LIVE AT THE HOLLYWOOD FRINGE

cabaret & variety · blue garnet entertainment and media · Ages 7+ · United States of America
What more do you need than a cabaret featuring beloved showtunes and hilarious vignettes? Absolutely nothing, so come join Victoria Gordon and her musical ensemble for an hour-long journey through classic musical theater with Victoria's laugh-out-loud observational comedy.
What more do you need than a cabaret featuring beloved showtunes and hilarious vignettes? Absolutely nothing, so come join Victoria Gordon and her musical ensemble for an hour-long journey through classic musical theater with Victoria's laugh-out-loud observational comedy.

SELFIE: MAKING IT ABOUT ME / A MINNIE RIPERTON CABARET REVUE

cabaret & variety · ak media · Ages 16+ · United States of America
SELFIE is first a cabaret revue of eclectic '70s chanteuse, Minnie Riperton's music ("Lovin' You") that spans the genres of soul, funk, folk, and rock. Second, it's a celebration of the ego of singer/songwriter Aisha Kasmir, and her fight to play any part and be seen in a white-washed world.
SELFIE is first a cabaret revue of eclectic '70s chanteuse, Minnie Riperton's music ("Lovin' You") that spans the genres of soul, funk, folk, and rock. Second, it's a celebration of the ego of singer/songwriter Aisha Kasmir, and her fight to play any part and be seen in a white-washed world.