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ECT'S DANNY AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA

ensemble theatre · elysium conservatory theatre · Ages 17+ · United States of America
ECT roars into The Hollywood Fringe with an unprecedented ensemble experience. Each performance unleashes new members of our mainstage company into the roles of Danny & Roberta - celebrating the unapologetic, raw humanity of our #FearlessArtists
ECT roars into The Hollywood Fringe with an unprecedented ensemble experience. Each performance unleashes new members of our mainstage company into the roles of Danny & Roberta - celebrating the unapologetic, raw humanity of our #FearlessArtists

FRAMES

dance & physical theatre · cadame co. · Ages 12+ · United States of America
We live in frames, real or imagined. It is our nature to push against limits, to test them, to expand within them. Do our frames offer something worthwhile or are we fated to rail against them? Our ensemble decided to fight and fall in love with our limits by creating a show in only 7 rehearsals.
We live in frames, real or imagined. It is our nature to push against limits, to test them, to expand within them. Do our frames offer something worthwhile or are we fated to rail against them? Our ensemble decided to fight and fall in love with our limits by creating a show in only 7 rehearsals.

LAERTES LOVES HAMLET LOVES OPHELIA

lucid dramatics · Ages 18+ · United States of America
To be or not to be, but also, we’re out of toilet paper... There’s no space for soliloquies in this apartment. What happens when three of Shakespeare’s most iconic characters move in together? A sexy, bloody, love triangle.
To be or not to be, but also, we’re out of toilet paper... There’s no space for soliloquies in this apartment. What happens when three of Shakespeare’s most iconic characters move in together? A sexy, bloody, love triangle.

MILLENNIAL PINK

ensemble theatre · grateful living · Ages 12+ · United States of America
Through a series of interlinking vignettes, this collection explores the pressures, conflicts, and humility of millennial women. What is it like to be a part of the most hated (or misunderstood) generation?
Through a series of interlinking vignettes, this collection explores the pressures, conflicts, and humility of millennial women. What is it like to be a part of the most hated (or misunderstood) generation?

BAD SPONSOR

ensemble theatre · the bad company · Ages 17+ · United States of America
When serial entrepreneur, Isaac, hits financial bottom, he joins Debtors Anonymous and happens to pick the worst sponsor ever - the morally bankrupt film producer, Baron. Isaac tries to get back on his feet, but Baron’s “Turbo Steps” takes them both on a wild crazy detour to recovery.
When serial entrepreneur, Isaac, hits financial bottom, he joins Debtors Anonymous and happens to pick the worst sponsor ever - the morally bankrupt film producer, Baron. Isaac tries to get back on his feet, but Baron’s “Turbo Steps” takes them both on a wild crazy detour to recovery.

THE GODDESSES GUIDE: ADURA FOR THE WOMEN OF AFRICAN DIASPORA

ensemble theatre · self-produced · Ages 13+ · United States of America
Follow the revealing journey of three Yoruba goddesses as they grapple with the responsibility of creating a guide for black women trying to survive in a world that doesn't always allow them to thrive. *2018 Fringe Fest Scholarship Winner*
Follow the revealing journey of three Yoruba goddesses as they grapple with the responsibility of creating a guide for black women trying to survive in a world that doesn't always allow them to thrive. *2018 Fringe Fest Scholarship Winner*

LIVE FROM THE HOBGOBLIN, IT’S HANK!

ensemble theatre · work in progress productions · Ages 13+ · United States of America
Hank T. Hobgoblin and his team present a slate of 10 minute plays from scripts found underneath The Hobgoblin Playhouse: A Case on the Aside by Jacob Smith, Pink Hat Blues by Gregory Crafts, The First Awkward Silence by Aaron Kozak, and The Most Famous Ghostwriter In The World by Brandie June.
Hank T. Hobgoblin and his team present a slate of 10 minute plays from scripts found underneath The Hobgoblin Playhouse: A Case on the Aside by Jacob Smith, Pink Hat Blues by Gregory Crafts, The First Awkward Silence by Aaron Kozak, and The Most Famous Ghostwriter In The World by Brandie June.

ROOM NO. 9 AT THE CHRYSALIS INN

ensemble theatre · ratheatre | kelleygirl planet · Ages 17+ · United States of America
Room No. 9 at the Chrysalis Inn is an animated story of a woman's healing journey in a hotel room. Alice, the main character, has checked into the Chrysalis Inn to cocoon herself from her toxic life of domestic abuse and a past childhood trauma.
Room No. 9 at the Chrysalis Inn is an animated story of a woman's healing journey in a hotel room. Alice, the main character, has checked into the Chrysalis Inn to cocoon herself from her toxic life of domestic abuse and a past childhood trauma.

EAST COAST WASTED

comedy · triple decker productions · Ages 21+ · United States of America
EAST COAST WASTED is a completely improvised show designed to bring some east coast flavor to sunny Los Angeles. It has been described as an interactive no-holds-barred drinking comedy show (but that doesn't do it justice.)
EAST COAST WASTED is a completely improvised show designed to bring some east coast flavor to sunny Los Angeles. It has been described as an interactive no-holds-barred drinking comedy show (but that doesn't do it justice.)

BABA, JEE (FATHER, YES)

moj productions · Ages 17+ · United States of America
Maria, a bi-racial Pakistani-American young woman, lives in New York City with her boyfriend Dave. On the eve of Hurricane Sandy, her father Baba comes to visit from Pakistan. Trapped inside, they are forced to confront their differing views on culture, love, and belonging.
Maria, a bi-racial Pakistani-American young woman, lives in New York City with her boyfriend Dave. On the eve of Hurricane Sandy, her father Baba comes to visit from Pakistan. Trapped inside, they are forced to confront their differing views on culture, love, and belonging.

THE ACTOR'S NIGHTMARE

comedy · carbon artists theatre · Ages 10+ · United States of America
The on-stage physical manifestation of every actor's nightmare, The Actor's Nightmare by Christoper Durang is a one-act comedy exploring different style's of theatre (Shakespeare, Beckett, Coward) and how one man deals with being thrust onstage to perform without having ever seen his lines.
The on-stage physical manifestation of every actor's nightmare, The Actor's Nightmare by Christoper Durang is a one-act comedy exploring different style's of theatre (Shakespeare, Beckett, Coward) and how one man deals with being thrust onstage to perform without having ever seen his lines.

STILL... THE PLAY INSPIRED BY 4:44

fulfillment studios · Ages 13+ · United States of America
A dramedy by Lucky Mor, inspired by Jay-Z's 4:44. Brothers come together to discuss what to do with their recently deceased parent’s estate. Misunderstandings, vulnerabilities, and resentments surface threatening the already fragile family unit. 4 brothers, 4 different views, 4 secrets revealed.
A dramedy by Lucky Mor, inspired by Jay-Z's 4:44. Brothers come together to discuss what to do with their recently deceased parent’s estate. Misunderstandings, vulnerabilities, and resentments surface threatening the already fragile family unit. 4 brothers, 4 different views, 4 secrets revealed.

ROMEO AND JULIET

ensemble theatre · desperate kingdom theatre company · Ages 12+ · United States of America
A raw, dangerous production of Shakespeare's tragic love story, brought alive for a modern audience.
A raw, dangerous production of Shakespeare's tragic love story, brought alive for a modern audience.

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING OSCAR

fearless imp entertainment · Ages 14+ · United States of America
'The Importance Of Being Oscar' follows Oscar Wilde at the end of his life. Released from prison, he discusses love, loss, morality and lack thereof. A whimsical and heartbreaking tribute, laced with Wilde’s own words.
'The Importance Of Being Oscar' follows Oscar Wilde at the end of his life. Released from prison, he discusses love, loss, morality and lack thereof. A whimsical and heartbreaking tribute, laced with Wilde’s own words.

HAPPY

ensemble theatre · new concepts theatre company · Ages 14+ · United States of America
Oliver- a young man with Asperger's- is instantly catapulted into a world of adventure and self-discovery when he realizes there is more to life than reading, watching and wishing for relationships but avoiding connection at all cost.
Oliver- a young man with Asperger's- is instantly catapulted into a world of adventure and self-discovery when he realizes there is more to life than reading, watching and wishing for relationships but avoiding connection at all cost.