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TOO BIG FOR HER BRITCHES

soaring solo llc · Ages 13+ · one person show · Canada
Described as a “beautiful piece of solo artistry,” Too Big for Her Britches, is a one-woman musical dramedy with 7 live, original songs and 25 characters. It's a “must-see rollercoaster of emotions." A battle between her Inner Shame and Inner Warrioress to break generational trauma and love.
Described as a “beautiful piece of solo artistry,” Too Big for Her Britches, is a one-woman musical dramedy with 7 live, original songs and 25 characters. It's a “must-see rollercoaster of emotions." A battle between her Inner Shame and Inner Warrioress to break generational trauma and love.

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Two Person Show · fringe management llc · Ages 12+ · family friendly · United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
This West Coast Premiere from the award-winning Welsh playwright Owen Thomas, starring acclaimed Welsh actors Gareth John Bale and Gwenllian Higginson, tells the hauntingly beautiful story of a couple who fall in love and decide to leave Wales in order to build a new life in the New World.
This West Coast Premiere from the award-winning Welsh playwright Owen Thomas, starring acclaimed Welsh actors Gareth John Bale and Gwenllian Higginson, tells the hauntingly beautiful story of a couple who fall in love and decide to leave Wales in order to build a new life in the New World.

USUALLY HAUNTED

Immersive & Games · tinderbox ensemble · Ages 12+ · family friendly · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
Benjamin Johnson is a mad poet in search of his place. The audience joins in his kaleidoscopic journey as the house he lived in shifts hands over time. Based on a true story, this edgy immersive dramedy explores issues of homelessness, gentrification and race in a uniquely dynamic theatrical space.
Benjamin Johnson is a mad poet in search of his place. The audience joins in his kaleidoscopic journey as the house he lived in shifts hands over time. Based on a true story, this edgy immersive dramedy explores issues of homelessness, gentrification and race in a uniquely dynamic theatrical space.