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PHRACK

solo performance · podunk productions · Ages 17+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
A cyberpunk Southern gothic from Podunk Productions. Phrack is written and directed by Bigfoot, and stars Podunk as Ray, the reclusive outlaw hacker. Podunk Productions is based out of Lamont, Oklahoma, and specializes in punk-redneck theatre. Tickets are $10 online or $12 at door.
A cyberpunk Southern gothic from Podunk Productions. Phrack is written and directed by Bigfoot, and stars Podunk as Ray, the reclusive outlaw hacker. Podunk Productions is based out of Lamont, Oklahoma, and specializes in punk-redneck theatre. Tickets are $10 online or $12 at door.

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 ACTOR'S NIGHTMARE

comedy · carbon artists theatre · Ages 10+ · flashing lights · 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.

THE STARS

immersive theatre · ceaseless fun · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America
What is it? What does it mean? What does it mean to be? What does it mean to be here?
What is it? What does it mean? What does it mean to be? What does it mean to be here?

OTHELLO & OTIS

cabaret & variety · bag o' bones collective · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America
A stunning visual dreamscape that explores white apathy towards the African American community via the voices of Otis Redding, Solange, Ibeyi, Shakespeare, James Baldwin and others.
A stunning visual dreamscape that explores white apathy towards the African American community via the voices of Otis Redding, Solange, Ibeyi, Shakespeare, James Baldwin and others.

KEEPING UP WITH THE PROZOROVS

comedy · unicornland partners · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
A dark, outrageous comedy about how Chekhov's Three Sisters finally made it to Moscow... and became the Kardashians.
A dark, outrageous comedy about how Chekhov's Three Sisters finally made it to Moscow... and became the Kardashians.

PLAY ON! A MUSICAL ROMP WITH SHAKESPEARE'S HEROINES

musicals and operas · laura jo trexler · Ages 12+ · family friendly · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
PLAY ON! is an innovative, new one-woman musical in which Shakespeare's most famous female characters share their stories from their own, unique perspective through song. These musical stories are woven together by a modern day "Renaissance woman."
PLAY ON! is an innovative, new one-woman musical in which Shakespeare's most famous female characters share their stories from their own, unique perspective through song. These musical stories are woven together by a modern day "Renaissance woman."

THE MAYA IN ME

solo performance · gifted productions · Ages 16+ · flashing lights · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
A one-woman theatrical production, accentuated by live music and dance, written and performed by Tameka Bob. Set in New Orleans, Louisiana, a personal account of a turbulent love story told through the eyes of a young troubled, woman, while hearing the voice of Dr. Maya Angelou.
A one-woman theatrical production, accentuated by live music and dance, written and performed by Tameka Bob. Set in New Orleans, Louisiana, a personal account of a turbulent love story told through the eyes of a young troubled, woman, while hearing the voice of Dr. Maya Angelou.

I STOP BREATHING WHEN YOU SMILE

ensemble theatre · enfyrian images · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States of America
It’s the evening of the 1977 New York City blackout and the chaos from the streets is about to bubble into the quaint lives of two unwitting lovers, who stand on the precipice of ruin.
It’s the evening of the 1977 New York City blackout and the chaos from the streets is about to bubble into the quaint lives of two unwitting lovers, who stand on the precipice of ruin.

HOLLYWOOD MINSTREL SHOW: THE HOLLYWOOD AFRICANS

solo performance · michael mcfall · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
“Hollywood Minstrel show: The Hollywood Africans,” is performance art inspired by “Hollywood Africans” canvas by Jean Michel Basquiat. Hollywood Minstrel show chronicles a wacky former studio executive now homeless living on the streets of Los Angeles.
“Hollywood Minstrel show: The Hollywood Africans,” is performance art inspired by “Hollywood Africans” canvas by Jean Michel Basquiat. Hollywood Minstrel show chronicles a wacky former studio executive now homeless living on the streets of Los Angeles.

FACE DIVIDED

ensemble theatre · michael antosy · Ages 18+ · United States of America
As Debbie and Freddie wait in an emergency room for news on their daughter, the couple struggle over who is to blame for her accident, ultimately facing the most important--and divisive--decision of their lives.
As Debbie and Freddie wait in an emergency room for news on their daughter, the couple struggle over who is to blame for her accident, ultimately facing the most important--and divisive--decision of their lives.

SENTENCES

comedy · rat box · Ages 16+ · United States of America
Three inmates stuck in a singular jail cell swap stories. A dark comedy loosely tied with John Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men." This ridiculous tale features their struggles with internal doubt and the harsh reality they live in.
Three inmates stuck in a singular jail cell swap stories. A dark comedy loosely tied with John Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men." This ridiculous tale features their struggles with internal doubt and the harsh reality they live in.

SUGAR: THE SUPER SWEET MUSICAL

musicals and operas · frankie maclaughlin · Ages 18+ · United States of America
Somewhere below Canal Street, Kyle and Gary are mannin' doors and moppin' floors. But what's the deal with the girls upstairs? Meet Lux, Elle, & Lola: Three best friends that tell each other everything. Well, almost everything. Lux & Elle haven't told Lola about their Sugar Daddies.... Yet…
Somewhere below Canal Street, Kyle and Gary are mannin' doors and moppin' floors. But what's the deal with the girls upstairs? Meet Lux, Elle, & Lola: Three best friends that tell each other everything. Well, almost everything. Lux & Elle haven't told Lola about their Sugar Daddies.... Yet…

MODERN ROMANCE

comedy · meghan magner · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States of America
A Romantic Comedy revolving around the perils of dating in the digital age. Girl meets girl. Girl meets girl's boyfriend. Girl has a broken toilet. Man meets woman. Man meets another woman. Man meets another woman.
A Romantic Comedy revolving around the perils of dating in the digital age. Girl meets girl. Girl meets girl's boyfriend. Girl has a broken toilet. Man meets woman. Man meets another woman. Man meets another woman.

MARTY HAS CANCER

comedy · prufrock productions · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States of America
Choi and Rhoul haven’t seen Marty in a while. Then, over coffee and a stale muffin, he casually tells them he has cancer. And he wants to move to Hawaii. “Marty has Cancer” is a dark comedy about friendship, coming-of-age (in your 30’s), and the absurdity of “American Idol.”
Choi and Rhoul haven’t seen Marty in a while. Then, over coffee and a stale muffin, he casually tells them he has cancer. And he wants to move to Hawaii. “Marty has Cancer” is a dark comedy about friendship, coming-of-age (in your 30’s), and the absurdity of “American Idol.”