COWBOY MOUTH

ensemble theatre · j.bothwell productions · Ages 16+ · United States of America
"Cowboy Mouth" is an intimate and salacious look into the lives of Slim and Cavale, two artists living in lust and unrest, coming to terms with a dream deferred. Wrought by symbolism and abstract theories, "Cowboy Mouth" showcases the adverse effects of the American Dream.
"Cowboy Mouth" is an intimate and salacious look into the lives of Slim and Cavale, two artists living in lust and unrest, coming to terms with a dream deferred. Wrought by symbolism and abstract theories, "Cowboy Mouth" showcases the adverse effects of the American Dream.

THE GODDESSES GUIDE: ADURA FOR THE WOMEN OF AFRICAN DIASPORA

ensemble theatre · self-produced · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
Follow the revealing journey of three Yoruba goddesses as they grapple with the responsibility of creating a guide for black women trying to survive in a world that doesn't always allow them to thrive. *2018 Fringe Fest Scholarship Winner*
Follow the revealing journey of three Yoruba goddesses as they grapple with the responsibility of creating a guide for black women trying to survive in a world that doesn't always allow them to thrive. *2018 Fringe Fest Scholarship Winner*

17TH FLOOR

ensemble theatre · letien productions · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States of America
The kindness of strangers is only as good as their intentions. Two desperate parents learn this the hard way as they seek refuge from the fate of their sick children in the parent’s room at St. Joseph’s Hospital.
The kindness of strangers is only as good as their intentions. Two desperate parents learn this the hard way as they seek refuge from the fate of their sick children in the parent’s room at St. Joseph’s Hospital.

NEGATIVE SPACES

ensemble theatre · cluster b · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America
Life, death and the space between: this play explores trust, betrayal, longing and loss, and their corrosive effects on relationships and the choices that define them. Heavy, sad, with moments of harsh reality cut by sharp humor, it examines what happens when a couple can't (or won't) reproduce.
Life, death and the space between: this play explores trust, betrayal, longing and loss, and their corrosive effects on relationships and the choices that define them. Heavy, sad, with moments of harsh reality cut by sharp humor, it examines what happens when a couple can't (or won't) reproduce.

TBD

ensemble theatre · no company · Ages 0+ · United States of America
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ECT'S DANNY AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA

ensemble theatre · elysium conservatory theatre · Ages 17+ · United States of America
ECT roars into The Hollywood Fringe with an unprecedented ensemble experience. Each performance unleashes new members of our mainstage company into the roles of Danny & Roberta - celebrating the unapologetic, raw humanity of our #FearlessArtists
ECT roars into The Hollywood Fringe with an unprecedented ensemble experience. Each performance unleashes new members of our mainstage company into the roles of Danny & Roberta - celebrating the unapologetic, raw humanity of our #FearlessArtists

KNOWNO’S - #FIXMYSHITUATION

ensemble theatre · rawchattruths · Ages 17+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America
NO has found her long lost meaning.
NO has found her long lost meaning.

NIGHTS IN SQUIRT CITY, PHUKENBURG

ensemble theatre · alex at the fringe · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America
In a post-truth, globalized society, where factual lines are blurred, "Nights In Squirt City, Phukenburg" explores the intricate and complicated corners of the dark-web. It is where visitors from all over the world ambiguously congregate online to feed their darkest desires.
In a post-truth, globalized society, where factual lines are blurred, "Nights In Squirt City, Phukenburg" explores the intricate and complicated corners of the dark-web. It is where visitors from all over the world ambiguously congregate online to feed their darkest desires.

HAPPY

ensemble theatre · new concepts theatre company · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America
Oliver- a young man with Asperger's- is instantly catapulted into a world of adventure and self-discovery when he realizes there is more to life than reading, watching and wishing for relationships but avoiding connection at all cost.
Oliver- a young man with Asperger's- is instantly catapulted into a world of adventure and self-discovery when he realizes there is more to life than reading, watching and wishing for relationships but avoiding connection at all cost.

WRESTLING WITH TOMORROW & SANTA'S SECRET: TWO ONE-ACT PLAYS

ensemble theatre · limoncelli/stevens productions · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States of America
In WRESTLING WITH TOMORROW, an amateur pro wrestler struggles to make a name for herself. In SANTA'S SECRET, a curmudgeonly mall Santa falls in love with a lingerie mannequin.
In WRESTLING WITH TOMORROW, an amateur pro wrestler struggles to make a name for herself. In SANTA'S SECRET, a curmudgeonly mall Santa falls in love with a lingerie mannequin.

BAD SPONSOR

ensemble theatre · the bad company · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States of America
When serial entrepreneur, Isaac, hits financial bottom, he joins Debtors Anonymous and happens to pick the worst sponsor ever - the morally bankrupt film producer, Baron. Isaac tries to get back on his feet, but Baron’s “Turbo Steps” takes them both on a wild crazy detour to recovery.
When serial entrepreneur, Isaac, hits financial bottom, he joins Debtors Anonymous and happens to pick the worst sponsor ever - the morally bankrupt film producer, Baron. Isaac tries to get back on his feet, but Baron’s “Turbo Steps” takes them both on a wild crazy detour to recovery.

THE OZ MONOLOGUES

ensemble theatre · italo productions · Ages 10+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America
The Oz Monologues goes beyond the story you already know, exploring each of the beloved characters from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz... with a poetic and irreverent modern take.
The Oz Monologues goes beyond the story you already know, exploring each of the beloved characters from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz... with a poetic and irreverent modern take.

LIGHTS OUT IN THE HERMIT’S CAVE!

ensemble theatre · self produced · Ages 8+ · world premiere · United States of America
From the the airwaves of the 1930s and 40s to the stage: we present this old time radio horror double feature. From Lights Out: “Valse Triste”& From The Hermit’s Cave: “The House on Lost Man’s Bluff.” Join us for an evening of vintage thrills and chills!
From the the airwaves of the 1930s and 40s to the stage: we present this old time radio horror double feature. From Lights Out: “Valse Triste”& From The Hermit’s Cave: “The House on Lost Man’s Bluff.” Join us for an evening of vintage thrills and chills!

MICHAEL KEARNS' BLOODBOUND

ensemble theatre · moon mile run · Ages 17+ · flashing lights · United States of America
"The unmistakable voice of a playwright who has something important to say," writes John Paul King, LA BLADE. Michael Kearns' work has been seen on L.A. stages for forty years and once again he magically transforms the forbidden into something beautiful.
"The unmistakable voice of a playwright who has something important to say," writes John Paul King, LA BLADE. Michael Kearns' work has been seen on L.A. stages for forty years and once again he magically transforms the forbidden into something beautiful.

GLITCH

ensemble theatre · rough riders theatre cavalry · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
Six years after Jonathan massacred thirteen students he is giving his first interview. Rachel, an up and coming journalist, is given the opportunity of a lifetime to interview him. When the two meet Rachel discovers that Jonathan is not what the media made him out to be.
Six years after Jonathan massacred thirteen students he is giving his first interview. Rachel, an up and coming journalist, is given the opportunity of a lifetime to interview him. When the two meet Rachel discovers that Jonathan is not what the media made him out to be.