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MIL GRUS

dance & physical theatre · mil grus · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States of America
LA’s premier bouffon troupe is a motley crew of miscreants who have crawled out of the gutter to make you question reality. This timeless satire features improvised feats of physical and existential comedy that defy explanation and provoke unfettered, eery glee. Come see what's behind the curtain...
LA’s premier bouffon troupe is a motley crew of miscreants who have crawled out of the gutter to make you question reality. This timeless satire features improvised feats of physical and existential comedy that defy explanation and provoke unfettered, eery glee. Come see what's behind the curtain...

CRABBE AND GOYLE ARE DEAD

comedy · ravenpuff productions · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
An absurd comedy exploring the existential crises happening off-stage during a very famous, and equally tumultuous, seven year span at everyone's favorite school of witchcraft and wizardry.
An absurd comedy exploring the existential crises happening off-stage during a very famous, and equally tumultuous, seven year span at everyone's favorite school of witchcraft and wizardry.

TRANSFERENCE

comedy · artepollo productions · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
A woman awakens from hypnotherapy and remembers all of her past lives. And that her therapist has been the love of her life in every lifetime. Transference tells the story of a woman hoping to get it right, and that this life won't end in one of their premature deaths.
A woman awakens from hypnotherapy and remembers all of her past lives. And that her therapist has been the love of her life in every lifetime. Transference tells the story of a woman hoping to get it right, and that this life won't end in one of their premature deaths.

THE SAME ROOM

ensemble theatre · lucid dramatics · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
What happens when you find yourself trapped- alone, in a room with the last person you ever wanted to see again?
What happens when you find yourself trapped- alone, in a room with the last person you ever wanted to see again?

THE LAST POWERPOINT

solo performance · walk a mile works · Ages 13+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
'Prospective' Ben, CEO of disIncorporated, delivers a persuasive PowerPoint presentation concerning his latest product offering: Mail-Order Seed Potato Death Clock. As an experimental economic maneuver, disInc. encourages you to pay what you can to attend (cost of parts & labor: $6.66 per customer).
'Prospective' Ben, CEO of disIncorporated, delivers a persuasive PowerPoint presentation concerning his latest product offering: Mail-Order Seed Potato Death Clock. As an experimental economic maneuver, disInc. encourages you to pay what you can to attend (cost of parts & labor: $6.66 per customer).

WHY DID THE CHICKEN CROSS THE ROAD?

ensemble theatre · matthew hennigar · Ages 14+ · United States of America
After a critically acclaimed run in London, “Why did the Chicken Cross the Road?” comes to LA as part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival. Turning the familiar joke into a comedic quest, the play follows the words in that joke as they try to figure out their meaning and reach the 'real world'.
After a critically acclaimed run in London, “Why did the Chicken Cross the Road?” comes to LA as part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival. Turning the familiar joke into a comedic quest, the play follows the words in that joke as they try to figure out their meaning and reach the 'real world'.

THE SCORPION AND THE FROG: A TIME-KILLER

comedy · the 6th act · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
“The Scorpion and the Frog: a time-killer” is a comic interpretation of the oft-told story/fable/allegory/whatchamawhoositz about a frog who agrees to take a scorpion across a river.
“The Scorpion and the Frog: a time-killer” is a comic interpretation of the oft-told story/fable/allegory/whatchamawhoositz about a frog who agrees to take a scorpion across a river.