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BLOOD, A VOODOO LOVE STORY

ensemble theatre · mpe productions · Ages 18+ · United States of America
Two tourists fall desperately in love at a Jamaican Hedonism resort and in haste hire a Voodoo priestess to marry them. 7 years later when their bedroom relationship sours, they discover that the priestess has attached a succubus named BLOOD to their union- she "must be fed" or they will die.
Two tourists fall desperately in love at a Jamaican Hedonism resort and in haste hire a Voodoo priestess to marry them. 7 years later when their bedroom relationship sours, they discover that the priestess has attached a succubus named BLOOD to their union- she "must be fed" or they will die.

ANOUILH'S ANTIGONE (BARBARA BRAY)

ensemble theatre · giant janitor productions · Ages 12+ · United States of America
A modern English translation of Jean Anouilh's "Antigone" translated by Barbara Bray, set in an interstitial, near future world. This production, with its stark set and minimal costuming, brings into focus the profound and prescient words of the 20th century playwright. Guerrilla, punk rock theater.
A modern English translation of Jean Anouilh's "Antigone" translated by Barbara Bray, set in an interstitial, near future world. This production, with its stark set and minimal costuming, brings into focus the profound and prescient words of the 20th century playwright. Guerrilla, punk rock theater.

FERTILE.

A Conversation About the Expectation of Procreation. There's more to it than the stork has told you...

"Naked Onstage"

"Naked Onstage" is a humorous (yet subtly profound) look at life, secrets, race, age, family, relationships, dumb sh*t people say and much much more! Kent's unique perspective is unexpected yet perfectly timed for 2019.

Wigfield - The Play

Wigfield – the can-do town that just may not!

Anna St. Hesia Dreams

Anna is trapped in an anesthesia-related coma. Her only way out is to sink deeper into fantasy – a dark fairytale where people weave dreams into tourist destinations. When reality isn’t worth it, is fantasy the next best thing?