MEN OF BLOOD

ensemble theatre · konglomerat · Ages 21+ · Germany
A collage of contemporary german plays for theater. The three pieces deal with the topics of guilt and vanity, success and disappointment in the context of self-reflection and delusion.
A collage of contemporary german plays for theater. The three pieces deal with the topics of guilt and vanity, success and disappointment in the context of self-reflection and delusion.

YELLOW WALLPAPER

ensemble theatre · denise m. barrett · Ages 8+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America
A woman in 1950's America is taken to a remote Victorian house to recover from her nerves, only to descend slowly in to madness by the torturing wallpaper she has to endure and the woman haunting her. A blend of live performance and animation.
A woman in 1950's America is taken to a remote Victorian house to recover from her nerves, only to descend slowly in to madness by the torturing wallpaper she has to endure and the woman haunting her. A blend of live performance and animation.

SHINING CITY

ensemble theatre · hicks street productions · Ages 12+ · Ireland
“Conor McPherson’s play is haunting, inspired, and absolutely glorious.” -The New York Times
“Conor McPherson’s play is haunting, inspired, and absolutely glorious.” -The New York Times

NARCOLEPSY, INC

ensemble theatre · third rail alive · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America
Speculative fiction set in a theocratic state where sleep and dreams are policed and manufactured by the multinational, Narcolepsy, Inc. whose chief scientist and engineer, a queer Black woman, is under house arrest for selling company secrets.
Speculative fiction set in a theocratic state where sleep and dreams are policed and manufactured by the multinational, Narcolepsy, Inc. whose chief scientist and engineer, a queer Black woman, is under house arrest for selling company secrets.

BEST NEW AMERICAN ONE ACTS 2017

ensemble theatre · the new american theatre · Ages 12+ · United States of America
Best short play winners from the New American Festival of One Act plays, 2017.
Best short play winners from the New American Festival of One Act plays, 2017.

PAISAJE MARINO CON TIBURONES Y BAILARINA

ensemble theatre · 3marias · Ages 12+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America
Ben, a lonely writer, fears to be alone. Tracy, a ballerina with no balance, fears to be loved. He can´t take actions towards his goals. She destroys everything she touches. All becomes an addictive cycle of killing and giving birth to their true selves. The world is full of sharks, isn´t it?
Ben, a lonely writer, fears to be alone. Tracy, a ballerina with no balance, fears to be loved. He can´t take actions towards his goals. She destroys everything she touches. All becomes an addictive cycle of killing and giving birth to their true selves. The world is full of sharks, isn´t it?

EARWORM

ensemble theatre · impaired vision productions · Ages 16+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
Earworm follows a group of people who each have a song stuck in their head that they're dying to get out. It deals with themes of mental health, relationships, and how we perceive the world. This story is tied together with familiar songs that will surely stick with you when the performance is over.
Earworm follows a group of people who each have a song stuck in their head that they're dying to get out. It deals with themes of mental health, relationships, and how we perceive the world. This story is tied together with familiar songs that will surely stick with you when the performance is over.

STAND DOWN THE MARCH

ensemble theatre · naomi brodkin & matt pacult · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
What is the role of activism? Liv is a third quarter senior in college looking for her “thing.” She stumbles into a cause when she learns a professor is an active Holocaust denier planning a march. Naomi Brodkin’s new play explores the notion of truth and how far one must go to fight for it.
What is the role of activism? Liv is a third quarter senior in college looking for her “thing.” She stumbles into a cause when she learns a professor is an active Holocaust denier planning a march. Naomi Brodkin’s new play explores the notion of truth and how far one must go to fight for it.

FACE DIVIDED

ensemble theatre · michael antosy · Ages 18+ · United States of America
As Debbie and Freddie wait in an emergency room for news on their daughter, the couple struggle over who is to blame for her accident, ultimately facing the most important--and divisive--decision of their lives.
As Debbie and Freddie wait in an emergency room for news on their daughter, the couple struggle over who is to blame for her accident, ultimately facing the most important--and divisive--decision of their lives.

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.

MOST MASSIVE WOMAN WINS

ensemble theatre · yridia's company · Ages 12+ · family friendly · United States of America
Four women of various shapes and sizes sitting in the waiting room of a liposuction clinic explore their perceptions of body image. Experiences that both haunt and empower these women as they imagine their way to a new vision of themselves as beautiful and whole.
Four women of various shapes and sizes sitting in the waiting room of a liposuction clinic explore their perceptions of body image. Experiences that both haunt and empower these women as they imagine their way to a new vision of themselves as beautiful and whole.

TROJAN WOMEN

ensemble theatre · project nongenue · Ages 15+ · family friendly · United States of America
In perhaps the first recorded piece of theater in the western canon that passes the Bechdel test, Euripdes tells a story of women stronger than Gods. Using movement, language, and contemporary vision, Project Nongenue’s Trojan Women tackles building community in times of violence.
In perhaps the first recorded piece of theater in the western canon that passes the Bechdel test, Euripdes tells a story of women stronger than Gods. Using movement, language, and contemporary vision, Project Nongenue’s Trojan Women tackles building community in times of violence.

FUCHOU WITH BOURBON

ensemble theatre · fogbank entertainment · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
Rose, 24, is back home and angry. She blames her father for the early death of her Chinese mother...and wants revenge.
Rose, 24, is back home and angry. She blames her father for the early death of her Chinese mother...and wants revenge.

ROMEO AND JULIET

ensemble theatre · desperate kingdom theatre company · Ages 12+ · United States of America
A raw, dangerous production of Shakespeare's tragic love story, brought alive for a modern audience.
A raw, dangerous production of Shakespeare's tragic love story, brought alive for a modern audience.

HAIKU

ensemble theatre · mary smith · Ages 12+ · United States of America
Louise is a young woman with Autism who has brief intervals of cognizance and where she speaks in beautiful haiku poetry. Her mother, Nell, has published the poems under her own name. When older daughter, Billie, visits, she refuses to believe that Louise composed the extraordinary poems.
Louise is a young woman with Autism who has brief intervals of cognizance and where she speaks in beautiful haiku poetry. Her mother, Nell, has published the poems under her own name. When older daughter, Billie, visits, she refuses to believe that Louise composed the extraordinary poems.