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IT'S JUST MY LIFE

ensemble theatre · it's just my life productions · Ages 13+ · United States of America
IT’S JUST MY LIFE is a collection of powerfully life-affirming true stories, written and performed by the strong women who lived them. What seems extraordinary and overwhelming to us, just becomes part of the fabric of these women’s lives; the new normal.   
IT’S JUST MY LIFE is a collection of powerfully life-affirming true stories, written and performed by the strong women who lived them. What seems extraordinary and overwhelming to us, just becomes part of the fabric of these women’s lives; the new normal.   

THE OTHER SIDE OF THE RAZOR RIBBON

saffire productions · Ages 16+ · United States of America
WINNER! 2018 PRODUCER'S ENCORE AWARD! Out of options, a broke, down-on-her luck writer reluctantly mentors a federal prisoner to help him write his story, which then goes on to become a best-selling novel and movie.
WINNER! 2018 PRODUCER'S ENCORE AWARD! Out of options, a broke, down-on-her luck writer reluctantly mentors a federal prisoner to help him write his story, which then goes on to become a best-selling novel and movie.

MET AGAIN

One More Chance · theatre unleashed · United States of America
A moving new play by Jacob Smith, "Met Again" takes a look at the entirety of a unique but familiar relationship, from beginning to end, and how those big and small moments, connections, talks, fights, celebrations and experiences all come to mean something more.
A moving new play by Jacob Smith, "Met Again" takes a look at the entirety of a unique but familiar relationship, from beginning to end, and how those big and small moments, connections, talks, fights, celebrations and experiences all come to mean something more.

THE DAY I BECAME BLACK

One More Chance · bill posley · Ages 18+ · United States of America
Biracial Bill Posley grew up happily identifying as both black & white. But at 10 yrs old he learns the world does in fact judge a book by it's color, & even though he's half white he's labeled 100% black. Does a young comedian have to get rid of his whiteness, to be the color he's "supposed" to be?
Biracial Bill Posley grew up happily identifying as both black & white. But at 10 yrs old he learns the world does in fact judge a book by it's color, & even though he's half white he's labeled 100% black. Does a young comedian have to get rid of his whiteness, to be the color he's "supposed" to be?