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WHIM

Comedy · la compagnie de la basse-cour royale · Ages 12+ · 1hr · United States of America
Un nouveau classique. Presenting for your enjoyment: A hilarious and witty farcical fable about a hot -air balloon, a duck, a sheep, a rooster, Marie Antoinette, a hunter, a royal footman, the mysterious forest near the Palace of Versailles and everything that could possibly go terribly wrong.
Un nouveau classique. Presenting for your enjoyment: A hilarious and witty farcical fable about a hot -air balloon, a duck, a sheep, a rooster, Marie Antoinette, a hunter, a royal footman, the mysterious forest near the Palace of Versailles and everything that could possibly go terribly wrong.

638: AN UNCOMMONLY COMICAL REVIEW OF AN ACCIDENTAL ASSASSINATION ATTEMPT OF FIDEL CASTRO

Comedy · another castle productions · Ages 13+ · 85 mins · United States of America
1963, Havana. An engagement party goes awry when a certain dictator meets his unplanned demise, forcing a father to don the beard for the evening so as not to raise suspicions on his family. There were 638 assassination attempts on Fidel Castro's life, laugh and experience one fictional attempt.
1963, Havana. An engagement party goes awry when a certain dictator meets his unplanned demise, forcing a father to don the beard for the evening so as not to raise suspicions on his family. There were 638 assassination attempts on Fidel Castro's life, laugh and experience one fictional attempt.

BIGFOOT! THE MUSICAL

Musicals & Operas · the unknown artists · Ages 13+ · 90 mins · United States of America
You’ve heard the myth and the legend, but do you know the man? BIGFOOT! is the next gut-bustin’, laugh-a-minute Fringe musical you have to see! Featuring book and lyrics by Amber Ruffin (New York Times bestseller, Tony Award, WGA & Emmy nominee) and Kevin Sciretta, with music by David Schmoll.
You’ve heard the myth and the legend, but do you know the man? BIGFOOT! is the next gut-bustin’, laugh-a-minute Fringe musical you have to see! Featuring book and lyrics by Amber Ruffin (New York Times bestseller, Tony Award, WGA & Emmy nominee) and Kevin Sciretta, with music by David Schmoll.