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TOO BIG FOR HER BRITCHES

soaring solo llc · Ages 13+ · one person show · Canada
Described as a “beautiful piece of solo artistry,” Too Big for Her Britches, is a one-woman musical dramedy with 7 live, original songs and 25 characters. It's a “must-see rollercoaster of emotions." A battle between her Inner Shame and Inner Warrioress to break generational trauma and love.
Described as a “beautiful piece of solo artistry,” Too Big for Her Britches, is a one-woman musical dramedy with 7 live, original songs and 25 characters. It's a “must-see rollercoaster of emotions." A battle between her Inner Shame and Inner Warrioress to break generational trauma and love.

BREED OR BUST

joyful raven · Ages 18+ · one person show · United States of America
Raven recounts her difficult reproductive “choices” and contends with her primal baby making instincts. Should she surrender to the role of weird aunty OR start a GoFundMe to freeze her geriatric eggs? A timely dark comedy with deep heart. Come for the laughs stay for the sex education.
Raven recounts her difficult reproductive “choices” and contends with her primal baby making instincts. Should she surrender to the role of weird aunty OR start a GoFundMe to freeze her geriatric eggs? A timely dark comedy with deep heart. Come for the laughs stay for the sex education.

BATTLESONG OF BOUDICA

the school of night · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States of America
The School of Night is proud to present a Me-Too saga of the iron age, a primal spectacle of power and revenge told in song, spoken verse, dance and violence. The legend of the Warrior Queen Boudica *CW - Bloody violence
The School of Night is proud to present a Me-Too saga of the iron age, a primal spectacle of power and revenge told in song, spoken verse, dance and violence. The legend of the Warrior Queen Boudica *CW - Bloody violence

ALL AMERICAN

lgb productions · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States of America
The world is so chaotic that time itself has broken. Two families from 1971 and 2021 live in the same house simultaneously. The families must learn from each other in order to bring wisdom, compassion and empathy back to their own time period to help them heal their respective family dysfunction.
The world is so chaotic that time itself has broken. Two families from 1971 and 2021 live in the same house simultaneously. The families must learn from each other in order to bring wisdom, compassion and empathy back to their own time period to help them heal their respective family dysfunction.

THOM PAIN (BASED ON NOTHING)

Solo Show · self-produced · Ages 18+ · one person show · United States of America
This Pulitzer Prize finalist play is an existential comedy...or maybe it’s not...about the beautiful mysteries of the human experience and what may happen when one holds on to them, never being able to make total sense of them, buries them — and then suddenly needs to talk about it all.
This Pulitzer Prize finalist play is an existential comedy...or maybe it’s not...about the beautiful mysteries of the human experience and what may happen when one holds on to them, never being able to make total sense of them, buries them — and then suddenly needs to talk about it all.

LOOKING PAST LOSS

charlotte galbreath · Ages 15+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
An unexpected through line disrupts a college student’s grief, leaving her to wonder if she’ll ever get back up on her feet.
An unexpected through line disrupts a college student’s grief, leaving her to wonder if she’ll ever get back up on her feet.