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LORD OF THE LIES

solo performance · normal productions · Ages 16+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
One man’s journey to the Flat Earth and back. Through the looking glass of hallucinogens, inside an ayahuasca sex cult and deep into the muck and mire of Youtube conspiracy videos. For James, the only way out of The Flat Earth that he finds himself on, is by pushing himself all the way to the edge.
One man’s journey to the Flat Earth and back. Through the looking glass of hallucinogens, inside an ayahuasca sex cult and deep into the muck and mire of Youtube conspiracy videos. For James, the only way out of The Flat Earth that he finds himself on, is by pushing himself all the way to the edge.

A TIME TRAVELER'S GUIDE TO THE PRESENT

solo performance · park & ride theatre company · Ages 16+ · flashing lights · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
With the apocalypse nigh, an astronomical society accepts volunteers for the world's first time travel flight. One traveler is forced to reckon with his past, present and future demons to return home and avoid spiraling into cosmic obscurity.
With the apocalypse nigh, an astronomical society accepts volunteers for the world's first time travel flight. One traveler is forced to reckon with his past, present and future demons to return home and avoid spiraling into cosmic obscurity.

EVA PERON BY COPI EN ESPAÑOL

ensemble theatre · grupo de teatro ta'yer · Ages 12+ · United States of America
Eva Peron by Copi follows the mythical Evita Peron in her final hour. Grupo TA'YER is presenting this jewel of queer theater in Spanish with English subtitles with a diverse and talented group of local actors. TA'YER hopes to bring Copi's legacy to the queer Latino audience of Los Angeles.
Eva Peron by Copi follows the mythical Evita Peron in her final hour. Grupo TA'YER is presenting this jewel of queer theater in Spanish with English subtitles with a diverse and talented group of local actors. TA'YER hopes to bring Copi's legacy to the queer Latino audience of Los Angeles.