Travis Joe Dixon

25 PLAYS PER HOUR

Cabaret & Variety · theatre unleashed · Ages 13+ · United States of America
25 plays in 60 minutes. Hold on to your butts. A “Bracingly Paced Tour De Force” – LA Weekly
25 plays in 60 minutes. Hold on to your butts. A “Bracingly Paced Tour De Force” – LA Weekly

SHORT PLAYS FOR ALL YOUR PROBLEMS!

ensemble theatre · winner entertainment · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States
You have problems. You pooped your pants in 3rd grade. Eric Tandy pooped in your hat in 7th grade. Then the high school goth phase. Now, you’re poor, getting fat, making terrible life decisions. You’re just like me. You have problems. We have plays. From the writer/director of “The Birthday Boys.”
You have problems. You pooped your pants in 3rd grade. Eric Tandy pooped in your hat in 7th grade. Then the high school goth phase. Now, you’re poor, getting fat, making terrible life decisions. You’re just like me. You have problems. We have plays. From the writer/director of “The Birthday Boys.”

A WAY TO REACH ME

events & workshops · corner theater · Ages 16+ · United States
Four intersecting lives are pieced together through their emails, gchats, texts, and skype calls. A political blogger struggles over a nasty break-up, and deepening entanglements with his roommate and best friend, as he writes a career-making article tracking New York’s same-sex marriage vote.
Four intersecting lives are pieced together through their emails, gchats, texts, and skype calls. A political blogger struggles over a nasty break-up, and deepening entanglements with his roommate and best friend, as he writes a career-making article tracking New York’s same-sex marriage vote.

SAVING CAIN

ensemble theatre · winner entertainment · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
A far-right, Pentecostal helicopter-mom struggles to keep her hell-raising son on the path of righteousness as he enters his first public school. When a powerful addiction takes over her son's life, she must accept that you can't save everyone, and that not every miracle can be left up to God.
A far-right, Pentecostal helicopter-mom struggles to keep her hell-raising son on the path of righteousness as he enters his first public school. When a powerful addiction takes over her son's life, she must accept that you can't save everyone, and that not every miracle can be left up to God.