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THE OTHER SIDE OF THE RAZOR RIBBON

saffire productions · Ages 16+ · world premiere · one person show · 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 · world premiere · 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.

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 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?