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ENCORE RECIPIENT: THE KING & I, AND PAUL

Comedy · sunny gingham · Ages 13+ · United States of America
Exhausted from moving, Susan and Paul bicker their way into farcical pandemonium when Paul discovers Susan’s best kept secret hidden among newspapers and packing peanuts. The surprise we didn’t expect? It becoming Paul's secret too. Can they piece it back together before the truth comes out?
Exhausted from moving, Susan and Paul bicker their way into farcical pandemonium when Paul discovers Susan’s best kept secret hidden among newspapers and packing peanuts. The surprise we didn’t expect? It becoming Paul's secret too. Can they piece it back together before the truth comes out?

LORD OF THE RINGS: FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING-EXTENDED ED. P. 1

Solo Show · von spyder productions · Ages 16+ · United States of America
Actor/comedian Riley Smith brings to life Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring- Extended Edition Part 1 in this breathtaking, heartbreaking, exciting, and sometimes even funny, re imagining of Peter Jackson's Re imagining of J.R.R. Tolkein's masterpiece.
Actor/comedian Riley Smith brings to life Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring- Extended Edition Part 1 in this breathtaking, heartbreaking, exciting, and sometimes even funny, re imagining of Peter Jackson's Re imagining of J.R.R. Tolkein's masterpiece.

I CAN'T INDIAN GOOD

soaring solo studios · Ages 12+ · United States of America
“I Can’t Indian Good” is a comedic solo show written/performed by Brandon Raman, a first generation Indian-American with zero ties to India, exploring how you can build a sense of personal identity when you feel culturally adrift. Sometimes all you need is a carpooling herd of (imaginary) ancestors.
“I Can’t Indian Good” is a comedic solo show written/performed by Brandon Raman, a first generation Indian-American with zero ties to India, exploring how you can build a sense of personal identity when you feel culturally adrift. Sometimes all you need is a carpooling herd of (imaginary) ancestors.