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LES MILLÉNNIABLES

ayla glass, kelly d'angelo, mary bonney · Ages 13+ · United States of America
Very loosely based on the characters and story of Les Misérables, Les Millénniables is a parody pop musical offering a satirical look at the plight of the generation deemed “millennials."
Very loosely based on the characters and story of Les Misérables, Les Millénniables is a parody pop musical offering a satirical look at the plight of the generation deemed “millennials."

BIGGER THAN US

Drama · inklings productions · Ages 18+ · United States of America
A tale of isolation, irreverence, unlikely friendships, and otherworldly revelations. Two men, separated by space and time, must face the obstacles standing between them and eternity: themselves
A tale of isolation, irreverence, unlikely friendships, and otherworldly revelations. Two men, separated by space and time, must face the obstacles standing between them and eternity: themselves

THE DUMB WAITER

Two Person Show · theatron productions · Ages 13+ · United States of America
Two hitmen kill time as eerie events occur before meeting their fate in this dark, modern, absurdist tragicomedy by Nobel Laureate, Harold Pinter. Before “Reservoir Dogs,” before “Black Mirror,” there was “The Dumb Waiter.”
Two hitmen kill time as eerie events occur before meeting their fate in this dark, modern, absurdist tragicomedy by Nobel Laureate, Harold Pinter. Before “Reservoir Dogs,” before “Black Mirror,” there was “The Dumb Waiter.”

LIFE, DEATH & BLANKETS

ldb productions · Ages 16+ · United States of America
This dark comedy tells the story of 3 young men who have a chance encounter due to a case of mistaken identity. That encounter changes their lives forever.
This dark comedy tells the story of 3 young men who have a chance encounter due to a case of mistaken identity. That encounter changes their lives forever.

AM I REALLY JEWISH?

Solo Show · borough park productions · Ages 13+ · 55 mins · United States of America
Based partly on his #1 Amazon Best Seller, A KID GROWS IN BROOKLYN, in this semi-comedic solo show Art honestly examines whether he really is Jewish. Yeah, his name is Jewish and his mother was Jewish, but not so fast! There are so many ways he is not a poster boy Jew!
Based partly on his #1 Amazon Best Seller, A KID GROWS IN BROOKLYN, in this semi-comedic solo show Art honestly examines whether he really is Jewish. Yeah, his name is Jewish and his mother was Jewish, but not so fast! There are so many ways he is not a poster boy Jew!

DON’T FEED THE BEAR

Solo Show · roaming theatre collaborative · Ages 13+ · United States of America
‘don’t feed the bear’ is a raw opportunity to follow one character’s journey to find connection: connection with life, art, and ultimately the people in front of them.
‘don’t feed the bear’ is a raw opportunity to follow one character’s journey to find connection: connection with life, art, and ultimately the people in front of them.

LOST FORMULA TO HAPPINESS

Two Person Show · p.e.r.l.o.v.e. with holly mcneill · Ages 16+ · United States of America
Explore TRANSFORMATION thru VULNERABILITY! Aunt and Niece take you step-by-step through a path uncovered. With raw stories of self-discovery, a FREE recording of the teachings, and a beautiful live music crescendo, don't miss out on this LIFE-CHANGING EXPERIENCE! It starts with 6 minutes a day!
Explore TRANSFORMATION thru VULNERABILITY! Aunt and Niece take you step-by-step through a path uncovered. With raw stories of self-discovery, a FREE recording of the teachings, and a beautiful live music crescendo, don't miss out on this LIFE-CHANGING EXPERIENCE! It starts with 6 minutes a day!

LITTLE STARS YOUTH THEATRE PRESENTS: MACBETH (A SOLO SHOW)

young & wise co. · Ages 15+ · United States of America
The talented kids of Little Stars Youth Theatre have been working hard to bring you their production of Macbeth. But when an emergency broadcast announces the incoming end of the world, the young cast evacuates, leaving only their director, Jill, behind. The show must go on...right?
The talented kids of Little Stars Youth Theatre have been working hard to bring you their production of Macbeth. But when an emergency broadcast announces the incoming end of the world, the young cast evacuates, leaving only their director, Jill, behind. The show must go on...right?

THE ARSONIST OF VENICE

Drama · hollow visions · Ages 16+ · United States of America
Just out of prison for a string of inexplicable arsons, a celebrated novelist returns home to Venice, California with a dark and singular goal.
Just out of prison for a string of inexplicable arsons, a celebrated novelist returns home to Venice, California with a dark and singular goal.

GETTING THERE

Drama · n/a · Ages 13+ · United States of America
A short play about two strangers coming from different struggles that are forced to live together in a big city and find their way through one of the hardest- and strangest- moments in their lives.
A short play about two strangers coming from different struggles that are forced to live together in a big city and find their way through one of the hardest- and strangest- moments in their lives.

ARIZONA RAIN

Drama · nightmare lizards productions · Ages 16+ · United States of America
After a near-death experience, Crissy shows up unannounced at her ex-girlfriend Marcy’s doorstep. Rather than dwell on what would have been left unsaid, the pair each call ghosts from their past to tie up loose ends as they work to understand their own complicated, love-filled relationship.
After a near-death experience, Crissy shows up unannounced at her ex-girlfriend Marcy’s doorstep. Rather than dwell on what would have been left unsaid, the pair each call ghosts from their past to tie up loose ends as they work to understand their own complicated, love-filled relationship.

BLOODSUCKERS ... A SURVIVAL GUIDE

Comedy · theatreghosts · Ages 16+ · United States of America
Izzy, a Vampire, gives her version of a "TedTalk".... and goes a little off the rails. *** Tickets $15 *** Discounted pricing for double feature (running with HAUNTING RIGHTS). Contact playwright @ [email protected] for discount code.
Izzy, a Vampire, gives her version of a "TedTalk".... and goes a little off the rails. *** Tickets $15 *** Discounted pricing for double feature (running with HAUNTING RIGHTS). Contact playwright @ [email protected] for discount code.

NO F*CKS GIVEN. NONE TAKEN. ALL DONE.

Immersive & Games · pamela l paek · Ages 16+ · United States of America
Through a series of lessons taught by a professional curmudgeon, attendees will delve into the nonsensical assumptions and behaviors of daily life. Examples of learning outcomes include: how math can prove anything, preservatives are better than Botox, and being right over happy is so choice.
Through a series of lessons taught by a professional curmudgeon, attendees will delve into the nonsensical assumptions and behaviors of daily life. Examples of learning outcomes include: how math can prove anything, preservatives are better than Botox, and being right over happy is so choice.

HOMEGROWN COLLECTIVE: COMING HOME TO THE SOUL

Musicals & Operas · homegrown recording & collective · Ages 12+ · United States of America
Come see Homegrown Collective open up their hearts and voices to remind you of the power of healing through music, friends, food, and community, as they embark on writing an original song over the course of a single day.
Come see Homegrown Collective open up their hearts and voices to remind you of the power of healing through music, friends, food, and community, as they embark on writing an original song over the course of a single day.

HOW TO BE A MAN

Comedy · n/a · Ages 16+ · United States of America
“How To Be A Man” is a solo character/clown fever dream about one man’s pursuit of perfectly performed masculinity. It’s personal, it’s relevant, and a joyfully deranged expression of Aivaliotis’ deep curiosity about the patriarchy and its discontents. Above all, it is stupid, silly and fun.
“How To Be A Man” is a solo character/clown fever dream about one man’s pursuit of perfectly performed masculinity. It’s personal, it’s relevant, and a joyfully deranged expression of Aivaliotis’ deep curiosity about the patriarchy and its discontents. Above all, it is stupid, silly and fun.