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GIDEON & THE BLUNDERSNORP

new musicals inc. · Ages 8+ · family friendly · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
A stableboy who wants to be a knight. A noblewoman who wants her freedom. And the monster who wants to eat them both. A witty all-ages fantasy adventure musical from the creators of THE BULLY PROBLEM. (Nominated for seven HFF19 awards including Best Musical, Top of the Fringe, and Fringe First.)
A stableboy who wants to be a knight. A noblewoman who wants her freedom. And the monster who wants to eat them both. A witty all-ages fantasy adventure musical from the creators of THE BULLY PROBLEM. (Nominated for seven HFF19 awards including Best Musical, Top of the Fringe, and Fringe First.)

GOLDBABY

fringe management, llc · Ages 16+ · United States of America
We are Goldbaby - sketch comedy, not sketchy comedy. Lush, glamorous, and a hot mess,, blending the simple with absurd, sexy with satire, and the whatever that third thing is that makes you laugh. To put it simply, we’re gold, baby. Solid gold.
We are Goldbaby - sketch comedy, not sketchy comedy. Lush, glamorous, and a hot mess,, blending the simple with absurd, sexy with satire, and the whatever that third thing is that makes you laugh. To put it simply, we’re gold, baby. Solid gold.

MIKE LANE: MIXED RACE SWEETIE

mike lane · Ages 16+ · one person show · United States of America
Sketches! Songs! Stories! Mike Lane (half-Chinese, half-Irish) is an idiot searching for an identity to call his own in this solo comedy experience about what it means to be mixed race today. Will he find one? Come see!
Sketches! Songs! Stories! Mike Lane (half-Chinese, half-Irish) is an idiot searching for an identity to call his own in this solo comedy experience about what it means to be mixed race today. Will he find one? Come see!

(IT'S BEEN 76 YEARS AND WE'RE) STILL WAITING FOR LEFTY

theatre unleashed · Ages 13+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
It's been seventy-six years since "Waiting For Lefty" premiered. Inspired by the NY Taxi Strike of 1934, Odets explored the ills of society at the time and use that platform to call for radical change. But in the time since then, what's actually changed? Have things gotten better for us, or worse?
It's been seventy-six years since "Waiting For Lefty" premiered. Inspired by the NY Taxi Strike of 1934, Odets explored the ills of society at the time and use that platform to call for radical change. But in the time since then, what's actually changed? Have things gotten better for us, or worse?