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OCTOPI WALL STREET

ensemble theatre · and/yet/1951 · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States of America
Octopi Wall Street is a more shellfish look at climate change. The play comes at the issue through a series of vignettes told from the perspective of human and non-human entities. The opening monologue won the 2019 Monologue Selection at the Region 8 Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival.
Octopi Wall Street is a more shellfish look at climate change. The play comes at the issue through a series of vignettes told from the perspective of human and non-human entities. The opening monologue won the 2019 Monologue Selection at the Region 8 Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival.

THE MASHER

loud karma productions · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
ENCORE WINNER! The Masher is a disturbing and often hysterically funny #MeToo allegory. Three women of wildly different backgrounds find themselves linked together in a minimum wage factory job where their button pushing has horrifying results.
ENCORE WINNER! The Masher is a disturbing and often hysterically funny #MeToo allegory. Three women of wildly different backgrounds find themselves linked together in a minimum wage factory job where their button pushing has horrifying results.

HOW TO BE A ROCK STAR

musicals and operas · what is "phone rings, door chimes, in comes?" · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
Sam Pocker teaches you how to become a rock star using common household items.
Sam Pocker teaches you how to become a rock star using common household items.

THE LAST POWERPOINT

solo performance · walk a mile works · Ages 13+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
'Prospective' Ben, CEO of disIncorporated, delivers a persuasive PowerPoint presentation concerning his latest product offering: Mail-Order Seed Potato Death Clock. As an experimental economic maneuver, disInc. encourages you to pay what you can to attend (cost of parts & labor: $6.66 per customer).
'Prospective' Ben, CEO of disIncorporated, delivers a persuasive PowerPoint presentation concerning his latest product offering: Mail-Order Seed Potato Death Clock. As an experimental economic maneuver, disInc. encourages you to pay what you can to attend (cost of parts & labor: $6.66 per customer).