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A SHARK ATE MY PENIS: A HISTORY OF BOYS LIKE ME

soaring solo studios · Ages 12+ · United States of America
Laser Webber, trans performer known for his award-winning comedy music, presents a one-person musical show about the history of trans men. Meet Alan Hart, who got gender-confirming surgery in 1917; Samuel Bundy, whose legend includes a shark and a jail; and renowned author JK Rowling, for reasons.
Laser Webber, trans performer known for his award-winning comedy music, presents a one-person musical show about the history of trans men. Meet Alan Hart, who got gender-confirming surgery in 1917; Samuel Bundy, whose legend includes a shark and a jail; and renowned author JK Rowling, for reasons.

RIC IVERSON IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LIVING IN MILPITAS

ric iverson · Ages 16+ · United States of America
From "Don't Say Gay" and "Don't Ask Don't Tell" to "It Gets Better." Join Ric and his guitar, on an always heartfelt, often hilarious musical journey covering the distance between the family he was born with, the family he chose, and the unexpected bonus family he never knew he needed.
From "Don't Say Gay" and "Don't Ask Don't Tell" to "It Gets Better." Join Ric and his guitar, on an always heartfelt, often hilarious musical journey covering the distance between the family he was born with, the family he chose, and the unexpected bonus family he never knew he needed.

TRYING

Solo Show · chance lang · Ages 18+ · United States of America
TRYING is a dark cerebral comedy about a young man moving out of his apartment. After a life altering rejection, through grief, withdrawals, and a hand injury, in a seemingly hopeless moment, Bruce finds hope through pursuing what he loves. The question is; will he move out, and escape the mob?
TRYING is a dark cerebral comedy about a young man moving out of his apartment. After a life altering rejection, through grief, withdrawals, and a hand injury, in a seemingly hopeless moment, Bruce finds hope through pursuing what he loves. The question is; will he move out, and escape the mob?

UNDER THE INFLUENCE

the unknown artists · Ages 13+ · United States of America
When going through a break up, is social media the best way to guide us through the five stages of grief? Or is it just another relationship in which we lose ourselves?
When going through a break up, is social media the best way to guide us through the five stages of grief? Or is it just another relationship in which we lose ourselves?