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Humor and vulnerabilty


A COMPLETE WASTE OF TIME

solo performance · steve chang · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
Steve Chang takes you on an introspective journey to find meaning in life by means of ayahuasca, hookers, and gay conversion camp. A stand up comedy / storytelling solo show.
Steve Chang takes you on an introspective journey to find meaning in life by means of ayahuasca, hookers, and gay conversion camp. A stand up comedy / storytelling solo show.

DEATH OF A MAILMAN

ensemble theatre · annie c. wright · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America
Marty and Joe have worked together at the USPS for nearly thirty years, but when Marty discovers that Joe has been hoarding mail, he starts to question their relationship and the difference between what it means to be a friend or merely an acquaintance.
Marty and Joe have worked together at the USPS for nearly thirty years, but when Marty discovers that Joe has been hoarding mail, he starts to question their relationship and the difference between what it means to be a friend or merely an acquaintance.

NEPHEW OF THE UNIVERSE

solo performance · wj productions · Ages 17+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
A solo comedic retrospective of a young man growing up in a New York eastern religious group, enhanced by original music and compelling visuals.
A solo comedic retrospective of a young man growing up in a New York eastern religious group, enhanced by original music and compelling visuals.

Boxing Your Demons

From 2x winners of Best of Fringe! A groundbreaking immersive health & fitness program to cure moral hypocrisy & cognitive dissonance! Cute fitness attire and chakra crystals recommended.

Radicals: A Bollywood Musical Drama

A gripping Bollywood Musical about a love story struggling to survive in the war-torn valleys of Kashmir. Through action, dialogue and dance, Radicals tackles Islamophobia and the trauma of warfare on innocent lives.

Wigfield - The Play

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

Sins

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?