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CATALYST

ensemble theatre · the loft ensemble · Ages 15+ · family friendly · United States of America
Loft Ensemble presents Catalyst: a story of six young women who embark on a journey to consume their addiction before it consumes them. Recovery may not be easy, but it's always worth it. Written and Directed by April Morrow.
Loft Ensemble presents Catalyst: a story of six young women who embark on a journey to consume their addiction before it consumes them. Recovery may not be easy, but it's always worth it. Written and Directed by April Morrow.

JASON & (MEDEA)

la new court theatre · Ages 16+ · United States of America
Nominated for Best Ensemble Theatre Production HFF 15! Utilizing contemporary poetic style, heightened movement and modern language, the play follows Jason and Medea through the part of their story that never gets told: the love story.
Nominated for Best Ensemble Theatre Production HFF 15! Utilizing contemporary poetic style, heightened movement and modern language, the play follows Jason and Medea through the part of their story that never gets told: the love story.

A BIT MUCH: A Solo Comedy

A LOL funny, insightful journey that illustrates how women can comfortably step into their own brand of strength and femininity without compromise. Spoiler alert: it's harder than it looks, but not impossible. June 8, 16, 27 at the Lounge Theatre.

Sunbathe in Darkness

In the distant past of 2007, Casey writes fanfiction for the hit Alfie Wunderkid series of books. She writes really, really, really bad fanfiction. On purpose.

The Story of an Unlikely Showgirl

Pamela was destined to be a licensed registered nurse. But fate led her in to the exciting world of entertainment as a dancer. Join Pamela, as she takes you through her journey of transformation despite the comical limitations she was born in to.

"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.