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OLIVIA WILDE DOES NOT SURVIVE THE APOCALYPSE

comedy · red flag media productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · 75 mins · United States of America
A hack director and a snooty actress stumble 300 years into the future, where an evil government has taken over the United States. As the only artists alive they must train political prisoners to put on a theatre production, or face execution.
A hack director and a snooty actress stumble 300 years into the future, where an evil government has taken over the United States. As the only artists alive they must train political prisoners to put on a theatre production, or face execution.

JAMBA JUICE: THE MUSICAL

musicals and operas · jingle productions · Ages 12+ · world premiere · 45 mins · United States of America
Boy meets girl. Strawberry meets smoothie. Mix it all together then just add love. This is a millennial musical comedy that takes place in a Jamba Juice. This parody musical has not and will not be approved by the Jamba Juice Corp.
Boy meets girl. Strawberry meets smoothie. Mix it all together then just add love. This is a millennial musical comedy that takes place in a Jamba Juice. This parody musical has not and will not be approved by the Jamba Juice Corp.

DEAR MOM, SORRY FOR BEING A B!TCH

comedy · b!tch productions · Ages 15+ · world premiere · one person show · 55 mins to 1hr · 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.

THE COLOR COLLECTIVE

cabaret & variety · color collective media inc · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · 1hr · United States of America
If In Living Color and SNL had a love-child, it’d be The Color Collective - a fast-paced variety show, highlighting diverse - and hilarious - players. Our show isn’t just “about” diversity, we pride ourselves on putting together a show that will have you rolling out of your seats with laughter.
If In Living Color and SNL had a love-child, it’d be The Color Collective - a fast-paced variety show, highlighting diverse - and hilarious - players. Our show isn’t just “about” diversity, we pride ourselves on putting together a show that will have you rolling out of your seats with laughter.

CLEMENTINE

solo performance · april wish · Ages 12+ · one person show · 80 mins · United States of America
CLEMENTINE explores the pressures and the promises of motherhood, balancing tender moments with hilarious anecdotes. Wish celebrates the connection between generations and the exhilaration of parenthood. It is a love letter to her daughter, Clementine, as well as to the little girl she used to be.
CLEMENTINE explores the pressures and the promises of motherhood, balancing tender moments with hilarious anecdotes. Wish celebrates the connection between generations and the exhilaration of parenthood. It is a love letter to her daughter, Clementine, as well as to the little girl she used to be.

DEAR JEFF: A MUSICAL COMEDY ABOUT SUICIDE & DOMESTIC ABUSE

musicals and operas · good shows · Ages 17+ · world premiere · one person show · 55 mins · United States of America
A one-woman musical with original songs written and performed by Callie Ott. Based on her true story, Callie was in an abusive relationship with her boyfriend Jeff. But if she ever broke up with him, he would threaten to kill himself. Finally, she did... and he did.
A one-woman musical with original songs written and performed by Callie Ott. Based on her true story, Callie was in an abusive relationship with her boyfriend Jeff. But if she ever broke up with him, he would threaten to kill himself. Finally, she did... and he did.

UPROOTED

solo performance · vanessa boss · Ages 16+ · one person show · 75 mins · United States of America
Join Vanessa’s inner creatures on the flight of her life! Uprooted eight times for her father’s career, Vanessa faces an eating disorder that withers away her roots. Full of adventure, triumph and heartbreak; Uprooted is Vanessa’s resilient journey to find home.
Join Vanessa’s inner creatures on the flight of her life! Uprooted eight times for her father’s career, Vanessa faces an eating disorder that withers away her roots. Full of adventure, triumph and heartbreak; Uprooted is Vanessa’s resilient journey to find home.

TWO GIRLS, ONE MIC

comedy · fringe management, llc · Ages 21+ · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America
Tabitha Brownstone and Joy Gohring, two brilliant, gorgeous, and humble women are here to tell the comedic tales of life in Los Angeles, cats, dating, and traveling the world. This standup comedy show is what you’ve been yearning for. Believe us.
Tabitha Brownstone and Joy Gohring, two brilliant, gorgeous, and humble women are here to tell the comedic tales of life in Los Angeles, cats, dating, and traveling the world. This standup comedy show is what you’ve been yearning for. Believe us.

SON OF A BITCH

ensemble theatre · beastly prozorovs · Ages 13+ · world premiere · 90 mins · United States of America
In 1980, Lee Atwater was a scrappy Southern strategist. By 1990, he'd changed American politics forever. A year later, he was dead. A new play about the legacy of the Bad Boy of the GOP, from the creators of HFF18 hits "Keeping Up With the Prozorovs" and "A Beast/A Burden".
In 1980, Lee Atwater was a scrappy Southern strategist. By 1990, he'd changed American politics forever. A year later, he was dead. A new play about the legacy of the Bad Boy of the GOP, from the creators of HFF18 hits "Keeping Up With the Prozorovs" and "A Beast/A Burden".

SINS

ensemble theatre · william thompson · Ages 13+ · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America
Can we ever stop paying for the past? Can the person we want to be ever escape the person we are now and were then? What price must be paid for not only our own crimes, but those of people close to us? Sins is a frank look at what we all deal with when we cannot overcome our own failings.
Can we ever stop paying for the past? Can the person we want to be ever escape the person we are now and were then? What price must be paid for not only our own crimes, but those of people close to us? Sins is a frank look at what we all deal with when we cannot overcome our own failings.

BAT KNIGHT!

comedy · bat knight! · Ages 1+ · family friendly · 1hr · United States of America
Join Batman and Robin in this dark and hilarious interactive parody that puts you, the audience, in the middle of the action as you race through the streets of Gotham. Bat Knight! is an interactive comedy celebrating the Batman universe. Join us for this night of musical bat-mania!
Join Batman and Robin in this dark and hilarious interactive parody that puts you, the audience, in the middle of the action as you race through the streets of Gotham. Bat Knight! is an interactive comedy celebrating the Batman universe. Join us for this night of musical bat-mania!

THE LAST CROISSANT

ensemble theatre · the attic collective · Ages 13+ · 90 mins · United States of America
We all go to the woods for our own reasons. Imogen wants Frederick’s love. He wants to see a rare bird. Toby wants to find herself. Ranger Dave wants to help. Bear needs everyone to please remain calm. Nine crowded campers will take you to the campfire to ponder loneliness, gender, and great snacks.
We all go to the woods for our own reasons. Imogen wants Frederick’s love. He wants to see a rare bird. Toby wants to find herself. Ranger Dave wants to help. Bear needs everyone to please remain calm. Nine crowded campers will take you to the campfire to ponder loneliness, gender, and great snacks.

THE BULLY PROBLEM

musicals and operas · new musicals inc · Ages 10+ · family friendly · flashing lights · world premiere · 90 mins · United States of America
Bullies. Nerds. Semi-functional robots. A schoolwide rebellion. An all-ages musical adventure from the author of A Feast of Snacks (HFF 2016 nominee for Best Musical) and co-author of Super Sidekick: The Musical (award-winner at both Hollywood and NY Fringes). Developed by New Musicals Inc.
Bullies. Nerds. Semi-functional robots. A schoolwide rebellion. An all-ages musical adventure from the author of A Feast of Snacks (HFF 2016 nominee for Best Musical) and co-author of Super Sidekick: The Musical (award-winner at both Hollywood and NY Fringes). Developed by New Musicals Inc.

GREENWOOD 1964

ensemble theatre · tubeman productions · Ages 8+ · 50 mins · United States of America
A powerful show which takes us into an actual trip made by Sidney Poitier and Harry Belafonte to the racially charged segregated deep south of Mississippi. This brilliantly crafted fictional debate eloquently explores the individual approaches on how to achieve liberation for people of color.
A powerful show which takes us into an actual trip made by Sidney Poitier and Harry Belafonte to the racially charged segregated deep south of Mississippi. This brilliantly crafted fictional debate eloquently explores the individual approaches on how to achieve liberation for people of color.

NORMALER THAN EVERYONE

solo performance · normaler productions and fringe management, llc · Ages 12+ · world premiere · one person show · 70 mins · United States of America
A musical featuring multi-instrumentalist and award winning polymath Brian Joseph. Through songs, words and photos, he presents a funny and moving portrait of a cancer caregiver, enraged by soup and ghosts. “…Joseph is an actor, singer and songwriter of the first order.” - Oakland Tribune
A musical featuring multi-instrumentalist and award winning polymath Brian Joseph. Through songs, words and photos, he presents a funny and moving portrait of a cancer caregiver, enraged by soup and ghosts. “…Joseph is an actor, singer and songwriter of the first order.” - Oakland Tribune