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SHE STOOPS TO SCANDAL

a sure thang production · Ages 13+ · family friendly · world premiere · one person show · 65 mins · United States of America
It is said gossip leads to scandal, and scandal leads to ruin... Come on a hilarious adventure with Grace as she is scooped up from the English countryside and plunged into London high society. Romance, mystery, and scandal run amuck in this regency era story!
It is said gossip leads to scandal, and scandal leads to ruin... Come on a hilarious adventure with Grace as she is scooped up from the English countryside and plunged into London high society. Romance, mystery, and scandal run amuck in this regency era story!

YES, NO, MAYBE SO

Solo Show catherine barnes · Ages 15+ · United States of America
After an unsettling doctor’s appointment, Catherine’s inner social justice warrior, Professor Sarah P. Outrage, takes her on a hilarious musical tour of her own fraught relationship with boundaries. Will Catherine find the courage to speak up - even though she sucks at consent?
After an unsettling doctor’s appointment, Catherine’s inner social justice warrior, Professor Sarah P. Outrage, takes her on a hilarious musical tour of her own fraught relationship with boundaries. Will Catherine find the courage to speak up - even though she sucks at consent?

NATURE VS.

karen wilmer-west · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
In dystopian America, all hell breaks loose at a book club when one member tests out of the other members' community.
In dystopian America, all hell breaks loose at a book club when one member tests out of the other members' community.

THOM PAIN: BASED ON NOTHING

Drama breakdowns productions · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · one person show · United States of America
Picking through the psychological minefield that is his past, Thom Pain finds beauty, horror, and catharsis in an emotional landscape not unlike the collective trauma of our pandemic-stricken year.
Picking through the psychological minefield that is his past, Thom Pain finds beauty, horror, and catharsis in an emotional landscape not unlike the collective trauma of our pandemic-stricken year.