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HONESTLY, OK- THE SEMI-TRUE STORY OF A GIRL AND HER SHOES

ensemble theatre · greatest day of lives productions- lauren stone and nicole dominguez · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States
Honestly, Ok is a hilarious, cruel view one woman's struggle to find a home and make a life for herself.
Honestly, Ok is a hilarious, cruel view one woman's struggle to find a home and make a life for herself.

I AM ROMEO & JULIET

solo performance · carmen asesino · Ages 15+ · world premiere · one person show · United States
Discover what it means to be genderqueer in a house divided by social constructs of gender in this one act play that explores how one young individual's identity carries the spirit of Shakespeare's love Tragedy: Romeo & Juliet
Discover what it means to be genderqueer in a house divided by social constructs of gender in this one act play that explores how one young individual's identity carries the spirit of Shakespeare's love Tragedy: Romeo & Juliet

FLYOVER STATE

ensemble theatre · pink house productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States
A brother separated from his biological family by adoption at infancy returns to his sister's doublewide trailer in rural Arkansas after the death of their mother to rehash a romance with a former lover and find his place in a world he never knew.
A brother separated from his biological family by adoption at infancy returns to his sister's doublewide trailer in rural Arkansas after the death of their mother to rehash a romance with a former lover and find his place in a world he never knew.

MY BROTHER

ensemble theatre · intact productions and five points productions · Ages 13+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States
What makes a monster? MY BROTHER is the story of John Wilkes Booth, and the relationships and dreams that brought him to assassinate the most beloved President in US History, as viewed through the eyes of those who knew him the best - his family
What makes a monster? MY BROTHER is the story of John Wilkes Booth, and the relationships and dreams that brought him to assassinate the most beloved President in US History, as viewed through the eyes of those who knew him the best - his family