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MY OWN PRIVATE RIVER PHOENIX

solo performance · no tomorrow · Ages 18+ · one person show · United States of America
As a little girl in Japan, Ai wanted to move to America to marry her crush, River Phoenix. Unfortunately he died before she even made it across the Pacific. However, Ai was determined to find her own River Phoenix. This is her life story
As a little girl in Japan, Ai wanted to move to America to marry her crush, River Phoenix. Unfortunately he died before she even made it across the Pacific. However, Ai was determined to find her own River Phoenix. This is her life story

SURVIVAL CHECK

flat tire theatre company · Ages 14+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
When four millennials on a camping trip stumble upon strange artifacts and weapons, they realize that this weekend escape has turned into an escape for their lives! They've been thrown into a world with monsters and magic, and they'll have to role play and battle their way out.
When four millennials on a camping trip stumble upon strange artifacts and weapons, they realize that this weekend escape has turned into an escape for their lives! They've been thrown into a world with monsters and magic, and they'll have to role play and battle their way out.

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