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MUST GO ON: A RITE OF PASSAGE

terrell m green's 267 productions co · Ages 18+ · one person show · United States of America
Must Go On: A Rite of Passage is a solo multimedia, storytelling performance exploring coming out. This story of resiliency uses: video projection, poetry, yoga, & puppetry. This piece poetically unpacks the impact of identity & norms on mental health. Namaste
Must Go On: A Rite of Passage is a solo multimedia, storytelling performance exploring coming out. This story of resiliency uses: video projection, poetry, yoga, & puppetry. This piece poetically unpacks the impact of identity & norms on mental health. Namaste

LET'S GET SILLY!

let's get silly podcast · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America
Come join the fun with Dashia, at Let's Get Silly! It's a live podcast recording with special guests. There's going to be Improv Games, Laugh Battles, "Instant" Rap Challenges and much much more. It's one big party, that'll be fun, silly, and leave you in stitches!
Come join the fun with Dashia, at Let's Get Silly! It's a live podcast recording with special guests. There's going to be Improv Games, Laugh Battles, "Instant" Rap Challenges and much much more. It's one big party, that'll be fun, silly, and leave you in stitches!

ABORTION WEEKEND

jam productions · Ages 13+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America
After Dazia finds out unexpectedly that she's pregnant their final summer before senior year of college, her best friend Ayanna takes it upon herself to plan a wild and crazy "abortion weekend" to terminate the pregnancy.
After Dazia finds out unexpectedly that she's pregnant their final summer before senior year of college, her best friend Ayanna takes it upon herself to plan a wild and crazy "abortion weekend" to terminate the pregnancy.

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Two Person Show · endeavor theatre ensemble · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America
Two racially-similar strangers explore their differences, sparking a deeper conversation about what it means to serve an underserved and frequently neglected community in this world premiere one-act written and directed by Carol M. Becker; starring Veronica Thompson and William Warren.
Two racially-similar strangers explore their differences, sparking a deeper conversation about what it means to serve an underserved and frequently neglected community in this world premiere one-act written and directed by Carol M. Becker; starring Veronica Thompson and William Warren.