REASONS TO BE PRETTY

ensemble theatre · actors task force · United States of America
As their relationships crumble, four friends are forced to confront a seas of deceit, infidelity, and betrayed trust in their journey to answer that oh-so-American question: How much is pretty worth? Follow their journey with Neil LaBute's Off-Broadway hit. *Explicit Language*
As their relationships crumble, four friends are forced to confront a seas of deceit, infidelity, and betrayed trust in their journey to answer that oh-so-American question: How much is pretty worth? Follow their journey with Neil LaBute's Off-Broadway hit. *Explicit Language*

THE DEATH OF EURYDICE

ensemble theatre · independent · Ages 5+ · family friendly · United States of America
When a woman finds herself on a raft in a dark place with a mysterious stranger, she has to piece back together her memories and come to grips with what has happened to her. This reflective play struggles with loss, life, after-life, and the hope for a better world.
When a woman finds herself on a raft in a dark place with a mysterious stranger, she has to piece back together her memories and come to grips with what has happened to her. This reflective play struggles with loss, life, after-life, and the hope for a better world.

TALKING BLUES: TWO ONE-ACTS BY CECILIA FAIRCHILD

ensemble theatre · low road · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
Family Tradition: Cockroaches, vodka, and redemption. A father and a daughter stay up all night reliving their past in a trailer on the Plains. Best of My Love: Old flames meet again at a funeral in the desert of West Texas.
Family Tradition: Cockroaches, vodka, and redemption. A father and a daughter stay up all night reliving their past in a trailer on the Plains. Best of My Love: Old flames meet again at a funeral in the desert of West Texas.

THE INTERFERENCE

ensemble theatre · rogue machine in association with pepperdine scotland · Ages 14+ · 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
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

GRIMM TALES

ensemble theatre · n/a · Ages 0+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America
Two young brothers live in a small house just at the edge of their city. Next to them is a forest, out of place but regarded with normalcy. When tension rises at home, the boys hide in their room, spinning wild stories together. In the forest, they find that stories may have a life of their own.
Two young brothers live in a small house just at the edge of their city. Next to them is a forest, out of place but regarded with normalcy. When tension rises at home, the boys hide in their room, spinning wild stories together. In the forest, they find that stories may have a life of their own.

DEAD BOYS

ensemble theatre · msm · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States of America
At the end of the world, the only gay kid in school and one of the guys who used to beat him up find themselves trapped in their old high school. Provocative, hilarious, and heartbreaking, DEAD BOYS is about two modern American young men who have to face fate, race, sexuality - and each other.
At the end of the world, the only gay kid in school and one of the guys who used to beat him up find themselves trapped in their old high school. Provocative, hilarious, and heartbreaking, DEAD BOYS is about two modern American young men who have to face fate, race, sexuality - and each other.

THE LIAR'S PUNISHMENT

ensemble theatre · leda siskind · Ages 15+ · United States of America
"I won't go!" the homeless woman shouts at the young social worker determined to transport her to a shelter. As the two women argue, joke, and quote G.B. Shaw at each other, they discover startling secrets that will soon alter both their lives.
"I won't go!" the homeless woman shouts at the young social worker determined to transport her to a shelter. As the two women argue, joke, and quote G.B. Shaw at each other, they discover startling secrets that will soon alter both their lives.

THE TOMB

ensemble theatre · 1962 productions · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America
Before there was a church, there was The Tomb. The true story of a young Egyptian who imprisoned himself in a tomb to learn the truth about the Resurrection.
Before there was a church, there was The Tomb. The true story of a young Egyptian who imprisoned himself in a tomb to learn the truth about the Resurrection.

THE HEART CHANGE - INK THEATER

ensemble theatre · ink theater · Ages 5+ · family friendly · world premiere · 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.)
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.)

LYMAN

ensemble theatre · anne johnstonbrown · Ages 18+ · United States of America
LYMAN - "One homeless veteran, countless possible destinies." Set in a multi-universe, LYMAN explores the power of choices and shows how close each of us is to being homeless. Guest-starring Hollywood veteran Lou Beatty Jr. (Betty White's "Off Their Rockers") and featuring an original music score.
LYMAN - "One homeless veteran, countless possible destinies." Set in a multi-universe, LYMAN explores the power of choices and shows how close each of us is to being homeless. Guest-starring Hollywood veteran Lou Beatty Jr. (Betty White's "Off Their Rockers") and featuring an original music score.

SPACE OR THE NUMBER OF NOTHING

ensemble theatre · toll house productions · Ages 12+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
SPACE is the story of a crew on a mission at the edge of our Solar System. As contact with Earth is lost, the crew is forced to question their own reality.
SPACE is the story of a crew on a mission at the edge of our Solar System. As contact with Earth is lost, the crew is forced to question their own reality.

HAMLET ¿ESTÁS O NO ESTÁS?

ensemble theatre · teatro contacto · Ages 0+ · family friendly · Mexico
Hamlet: ¿Estás o no estás? makes a unique approach to Shakespeare’s classic setting it on modern times emphasizing the satirical side of this work. Multimedia, clown, and surrealism take part of this performance making it energetic, uncommon, and colorful.
Hamlet: ¿Estás o no estás? makes a unique approach to Shakespeare’s classic setting it on modern times emphasizing the satirical side of this work. Multimedia, clown, and surrealism take part of this performance making it energetic, uncommon, and colorful.

A STEADY RAIN

ensemble theatre · put that coffee down productions · Ages 17+ · United States of America
Chicago cops, Joey and Denny, find their friendship put on the line when a domestic disturbance call takes a wrong turn. A harrowing journey into moral gray areas where trust and loyalty struggle for survival against a sobering backdrop of pimps, prostitutes and criminal lowlifes.
Chicago cops, Joey and Denny, find their friendship put on the line when a domestic disturbance call takes a wrong turn. A harrowing journey into moral gray areas where trust and loyalty struggle for survival against a sobering backdrop of pimps, prostitutes and criminal lowlifes.

PLEDGE

ensemble theatre · fringe management and combined artform · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
A new play by Paul Shoulberg about what happens when a member of a fraternity kills himself. The ripple effect sends the remaining members into a tailspin that leaves them questioning loyalties and the social structure to which they’ve blindly subscribed. Directed by Stan Zimmerman.
A new play by Paul Shoulberg about what happens when a member of a fraternity kills himself. The ripple effect sends the remaining members into a tailspin that leaves them questioning loyalties and the social structure to which they’ve blindly subscribed. Directed by Stan Zimmerman.

GOT A MINUTE? (THE SPOKEN OPERA OF LIFE)

ensemble theatre · the lake arrowhead repertory theatre company · Ages 10+ · world premiere · United States of America
We are using our past to write our present.The future is what we make it.
We are using our past to write our present.The future is what we make it.