MOUNT VERNON

ensemble theatre · the vindicate co · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
THIS IS A MAJOR MUST SEE.**** You can’t possibly know that killing someone is forever. Can you? Directed by Peter Marc Jacobson. Sophie Ward and Brandon Ruiter star in a play about two strangers whose lives were changed in an instant.
THIS IS A MAJOR MUST SEE.**** You can’t possibly know that killing someone is forever. Can you? Directed by Peter Marc Jacobson. Sophie Ward and Brandon Ruiter star in a play about two strangers whose lives were changed in an instant.

FRINGE SHORTS

ensemble theatre · mahoobla productions/whitefire theatre company · Ages 21+ · United States of America
The best of the best from the Whitefire Theatre Company's ever popular "Shorts" Series. A collection of short 10 minute comedic plays.
The best of the best from the Whitefire Theatre Company's ever popular "Shorts" Series. A collection of short 10 minute comedic plays.

ODILIA

ensemble theatre · las damas calaveras · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States of America
Odilia is a social worker on a mission to save a man’s life who is fleeing deportation in the borderlands. She is met by a mysterious figure and gets thrust into the Middle Ground, a space inhabited by Esqueletos. Before the sun rises, Odilia must uncover the secret to life to save her own.
Odilia is a social worker on a mission to save a man’s life who is fleeing deportation in the borderlands. She is met by a mysterious figure and gets thrust into the Middle Ground, a space inhabited by Esqueletos. Before the sun rises, Odilia must uncover the secret to life to save her own.

TROY

ensemble theatre · rapid development series · Ages 16+ · United States of America
Arthur Hess has made his living taking photos of some of the world’s most violent places. But when his eldest daughter is publicly murdered, it is the photo he takes of her corpse that threatens to destroy both his family and his name. Inspired by The Oresteia.
Arthur Hess has made his living taking photos of some of the world’s most violent places. But when his eldest daughter is publicly murdered, it is the photo he takes of her corpse that threatens to destroy both his family and his name. Inspired by The Oresteia.

ABSOLUTE ZERO (HOW LOVERS AND SAD PEOPLE HOLD UP THE WORLD)

ensemble theatre · n/a · Ages 18+ · includes nudity · world premiere · United States of America
In an unusually cold summer, 32 year-old Jim has kidnapped 17 year-old Charles, who he has fallen in love with at first sight. Trapped in Jim's basement, Charles is led through an existential journey to discover how it is that Lovers and Sad People always seem to hold up the World.
In an unusually cold summer, 32 year-old Jim has kidnapped 17 year-old Charles, who he has fallen in love with at first sight. Trapped in Jim's basement, Charles is led through an existential journey to discover how it is that Lovers and Sad People always seem to hold up the World.

GIRLS TOGETHER ALWAYS

ensemble theatre · davisacts · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States of America
Kind of funny. Kind of raw. Mostly real. Ten short pieces about growing up Girl in America that will make you laugh, cry, remember and think. Not for women only.
Kind of funny. Kind of raw. Mostly real. Ten short pieces about growing up Girl in America that will make you laugh, cry, remember and think. Not for women only.

GOLDEN BOY BY CLIFFORD ODETS

ensemble theatre · stella adler lab theatre company · Ages 10+ · United States of America
Golden Boy follows the life of a young Italian New Yorker in the late 1930s, who pursues the American dream of fame and fortune. Forced to choose between big money boxing and his dream of becoming a violinist, the young Italian runs the risk of losing everything he holds dear.
Golden Boy follows the life of a young Italian New Yorker in the late 1930s, who pursues the American dream of fame and fortune. Forced to choose between big money boxing and his dream of becoming a violinist, the young Italian runs the risk of losing everything he holds dear.

2 STORIES: LETTING GO

ensemble theatre · none · Ages 18+ · United States of America
2 short one act plays about people struggling with harsh realities.
2 short one act plays about people struggling with harsh realities.

THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT

ensemble theatre · light side of the moon · Ages 16+ · family friendly · United States of America
A mesmerizing love story, overflowing with humor, understanding, poignant humanness and life.
A mesmerizing love story, overflowing with humor, understanding, poignant humanness and life.

THE DESIGNATED MOURNER BY WALLACE SHAWN

ensemble theatre · into the blue · Ages 14+ · United States of America
The trio from Theatre of NOTE who brought you THE FEVER returns with Wallace Shawn's THE DESIGNATED MOURNER. Leaders of a familiar western nation choose to sacrifice freedom for total control, as the fate of three citizens unfolds in a story matched with equal parts heart, humor, and horror.
The trio from Theatre of NOTE who brought you THE FEVER returns with Wallace Shawn's THE DESIGNATED MOURNER. Leaders of a familiar western nation choose to sacrifice freedom for total control, as the fate of three citizens unfolds in a story matched with equal parts heart, humor, and horror.

TAKE ANOTHER LOOK

ensemble theatre · immerse.you · Ages 15+ · United States of America
Take Another Look is a murder-mystery drama that takes audience involvement to the next level. This immersive theatrical piece will break the classical conventions of theatre and will change the dynamics between actors and spectators in a way rarely done before. Written by Grischa M. Petram.
Take Another Look is a murder-mystery drama that takes audience involvement to the next level. This immersive theatrical piece will break the classical conventions of theatre and will change the dynamics between actors and spectators in a way rarely done before. Written by Grischa M. Petram.

HAMLET

ensemble theatre · boundless artists theatre company · Ages 13+ · United States of America
Shakespeare's Hamlet cut and adapted for modern audiences. Set in the 1940s in a struggling Las Vegas with the mob as the Royal Family.
Shakespeare's Hamlet cut and adapted for modern audiences. Set in the 1940s in a struggling Las Vegas with the mob as the Royal Family.

PSYCHIC SINK

ensemble theatre · westside original works · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · includes nudity · world premiere · United States of America
A multimedia experience of film, music and live theater brings multi perception to the senses as Alice Wellington, TV Psychic and medium, enlightens others but struggles to see clearly on matters of her own heart.
A multimedia experience of film, music and live theater brings multi perception to the senses as Alice Wellington, TV Psychic and medium, enlightens others but struggles to see clearly on matters of her own heart.

SEVEN DECEMBERS

ensemble theatre · nothing important productions · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
Seven years ago, Michael Leahy went missing. The only glimmer of hope his family is left with is the mysterious phone calls on his birthday each year. This dark comedy follows his sister, Johnny May, stuck with her estranged and dysfunctional family as they gather once more to wait for Michael.
Seven years ago, Michael Leahy went missing. The only glimmer of hope his family is left with is the mysterious phone calls on his birthday each year. This dark comedy follows his sister, Johnny May, stuck with her estranged and dysfunctional family as they gather once more to wait for Michael.

GOD'S WAITING ROOM

ensemble theatre · xeniadog productions · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
The estranged sister of a middle aged gay man maintains his death vigil in the waiting room of a Palm Springs Hospital. Stars Steve Ducey, Denise Carole, Marco Antonio Garcia, Geoffrey Gilbert and Sara Smith.
The estranged sister of a middle aged gay man maintains his death vigil in the waiting room of a Palm Springs Hospital. Stars Steve Ducey, Denise Carole, Marco Antonio Garcia, Geoffrey Gilbert and Sara Smith.