Ensemble 2013
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BITCH BROW

ensemble theatre · demetra kareman · Ages 15+ · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America

LOVE. BLOOD. LAUNDRY. A tough townie chick and an uptight young woman of privilege clash over everything from career choices to finger fucking... until one of them winds up dead.
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THE FAGGOT KING OR THE TROUBLESOME REIGN OF EDWARD II

ensemble theatre · the school of night · Ages 17+ · 80 mins · United States of America

The School of Night gets medieval on your ass with a raucous blend of song, sex, spectacle, horror, gender-swapping, clashing steel and versified bombast such as only the most controversial playwright in the English-language canon could conjure.
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PAGLIACCIS

ensemble theatre · good dip · Ages 17+ · flashing lights · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America

A man helps clean the apartment of his best friend who has committed suicide alongside the older sister of the recently deceased, all the while trying to solve of the mystery as to why he hung himself. Performances benefit the ACLU, International Rescue Committee, and Planned Parenthood.
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BONNIE AND CLYDE

ensemble theatre · who's there? theatre · Ages 17+ · 75 mins · United States of America

Adam Peck - 'Bonnie and Clyde' - "We have chosen to live lives less ordinary" - a brand new production by Who's There? Theatre based on the final hours of America's iconic outlaw couple.
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CHATTER

ensemble theatre · a bench productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · 40 mins · United States of America

*WINNER OF THE HOLLYWOOD FRINGE FESTIVAL SCHOLARSHIP* A dark comedy about a young mixed woman who goes toe-to-toe with her racial identity, religious guilt, crippling insecurity, and destructive body shaming. But will the voices of self-doubt win? Perhaps that's a question to ask yourself...
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PAPER FLOWERS

ensemble theatre · n/a · Ages 12+ · 1hr · United States of America

Nadia wants to own a farm. Tom wants to fulfill his dreams of being the world's first cello Pulitzer prize winning cello playing lawyer. And Sid just wants some normalcy in his life. In this play by Abby Schroering, secrets, cellos and farms all come together for one hilarious hour.
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A VOID

ensemble theatre · kirsten kearse · Ages 14+ · world premiere · 50 mins · United States of America

Sick of it all but too afraid to call it quits for real? Weigh the pros and cons of cryogenically freezing yourself for a month, a year, or at least until whatever you're trying to avoid is a thing of the past.
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CHIMPSKIN

ensemble theatre · the puckwit gang · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America

Recalling her remarkable childhood in a scientist’s home, a young woman has to face a difficult reality— she has been, and always will be, a chimpanzee.
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THE INTERFERENCE

ensemble theatre · rogue machine in association with pepperdine scotland · Ages 14+ · 72 mins · United States of America

Allegations. Drunk? He said. She said. In a culture of amplified voices and distorted information where student athletes become celebrities, everyone has incentive to bury truth. When a survivor speaks up, can her truth rise above the noise? http://hff17.com/4752
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ANDY: THE RED-NOSED WARHOLA

ensemble theatre · ezra buzzington · Ages 19+ · 35 mins · United States of America

Andy Warhol and two of his "Beauties" talk about nothing beautiful. Utilizing only Warhol's words, this piece examines and captures the je ne sais quoi of Warhol by reflecting a mirror back toward his own elusive philosophies.
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MOMENTS

ensemble theatre · catworks productions · Ages 18+ · 35 mins · United States of America

A 'road rage' confrontation stirs up painful memories for a woman in her late 30's.
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REASONS TO BE PRETTY

ensemble theatre · maxwellton productions · Ages 18+ · 90 mins · United States of America

Say what you mean and mean what you say… Neil LaBute's "Reasons to Be Pretty" uses everyday language to illuminate our core values and deepest insecurities. Four characters explore the meaning of the word "pretty" and how it can seem to mean both everything and nothing all at the same time.
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THE HEART CHANGE - INK THEATER

ensemble theatre · ink theater · Ages 5+ · family friendly · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America

When a group of kids have to face a crabby Hollywood director and realize just how powerful they are. Hard to relate, we know. (This show is 100% original and created by kids at INK THEATER.)
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MR. MARMALADE

ensemble theatre · riverton playground theatre · Ages 15+ · 50 mins · United States of America

A four year old with an abusive and possibly psychotic imaginary best friend, a five year old that’s the youngest suicide attempt in New Jersey history, and plenty of cocaine and dildos. MR. MARMALADE is a vicious, darkly funny commentary on how early, and in what strange ways, we’re shaped.
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THE AMITYCODE

ensemble theatre · devin crittenden productions · Ages 16+ · flashing lights · world premiere · 90 mins · United States of America

After being dumped by his long-time girlfriend, a brilliant robotics engineer creates a robot to love him unconditionally. But he may have programmed her too well.

London Calling - The Musical

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London Calling is a gritty musical inspired by music of The Clash. The lyrics of the songs are part of the dialog and propel the story forward. A story of aspirations, disappointment, and redemption, based on the events of our lives and others.

Lust, Adultery, Treason, War...Fabulous!

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Nothing Bad: A Werewolf Rock Musical

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Werewolves! Slaughter! Rock N' Roll! A brand new horror musical. You are invited to join us in Perfection, California, where nothing bad ever happens... Use HOWL for 10 dollar tickets to any show.

HIGH RISE

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There's one word to describe the 80's; EXCESS. In this fast paced world, Henry Lewis sees property as the answer to being a 'somebody'. A modern, stylized tragedy about ambition, greed, and the snowball effects of success.