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TITUS ANDRONICUS JR.

comedy · table 8 productions · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
STAGE RAW RECOMMENDED! Murder...Cannibalism...Kids! Shakespeare's bloodiest play performed by a cast of middle school students under the direction of a teacher suffering a nervous breakdown...
STAGE RAW RECOMMENDED! Murder...Cannibalism...Kids! Shakespeare's bloodiest play performed by a cast of middle school students under the direction of a teacher suffering a nervous breakdown...

THE AMAZING FART

solo performance · masil · Ages 6+ · family friendly · one person show · Korea (Republic of)
This is the monodrama and the performer transforms into various characters only with simple props and movements. The children could be a leading creator making the sound which has not existed in the world, being a problem solver of the fart incident.
This is the monodrama and the performer transforms into various characters only with simple props and movements. The children could be a leading creator making the sound which has not existed in the world, being a problem solver of the fart incident.

Walking on Eggshells in Stilettos

Walking On Eggshells In Stilettos: A dark comedy about bipolar disorder & child abuse. With characters, multimedia, physical comedy, we journey with Ann-Marie as she steps out of negative patterns into her own power, self love & some sexy stilettos!

TREASON

A father rules a made-up nation with his family as his only subjects. When his son takes the mission too far and his daughter questions everything, he fights for power in the face of family, country, and reality.

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UPROOTED

Buckle your seat belts as the creatures of Vanessa’s inner world take you on the flight of her life! UPROOTED is a fantastical, mythological tale that explores themes of finding home, eating disorder recovery, bullying and finding your voice.