INDIANS IN A BOX: LITTLE BIG JOE THE BUG SQUASHER

solo performance · native voices at the autry · Ages 14+ · one person show · United States of America
A pre-K superhero confronts his nemesis, stinky-squelchy-slimy bugs, in a quest to demolish the fear and suffering he's found in his world. Can he save the world? Can he save himself? Or will the bugs conquer the day?
A pre-K superhero confronts his nemesis, stinky-squelchy-slimy bugs, in a quest to demolish the fear and suffering he's found in his world. Can he save the world? Can he save himself? Or will the bugs conquer the day?

LUCKY

solo performance · greg david jones · Ages 18+ · one person show · United States of America
Greg David Jones is an actor, a comedian, a veteran, and he suffers from bi-polar and PTSD. In this show he shares his stories from joining the Army, gaining and losing friends, coming to Hollywood, discovering his bi-polar, becoming a father, and how luck got him here. Dir. Justin Donaldson
Greg David Jones is an actor, a comedian, a veteran, and he suffers from bi-polar and PTSD. In this show he shares his stories from joining the Army, gaining and losing friends, coming to Hollywood, discovering his bi-polar, becoming a father, and how luck got him here. Dir. Justin Donaldson

MISS BARBIE Q IN...RUMOR HAS IT: I'M NOT THE MARRYING KIND

solo performance · b nation · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
Now that it is legal for gays to get married, Miss Barbie Q is elated! Or is she? Follow her on her journey as she dives into what makes a marriage and what factors does she posess.
Now that it is legal for gays to get married, Miss Barbie Q is elated! Or is she? Follow her on her journey as she dives into what makes a marriage and what factors does she posess.

TRU

solo performance · chromolume theatre · Ages 11+ · one person show · United States of America
Tony and Emmy Award winner Robert Morse partners with Chromolume Theatre on bringing the words and works of Truman Capote to life. Tru takes place in the writer's New York City apartment during the week before Christmas 1975.
Tony and Emmy Award winner Robert Morse partners with Chromolume Theatre on bringing the words and works of Truman Capote to life. Tru takes place in the writer's New York City apartment during the week before Christmas 1975.

SNACK

solo performance · elephant · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
"All of my positive parenting skills have abandoned me." Megan Dolan is having a hard day. She seeks solace in her Vitamix, tracing the roots of her smoothie addiction back to one pivotal year when her mom joined a cult, her dad joined the dating pool and her world fell apart.
"All of my positive parenting skills have abandoned me." Megan Dolan is having a hard day. She seeks solace in her Vitamix, tracing the roots of her smoothie addiction back to one pivotal year when her mom joined a cult, her dad joined the dating pool and her world fell apart.

RAISED BY GAYS AND TURNED OUT OK!

solo performance · elizabeth collins · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
A true story based on the life of Elizabeth Collins, a Los Angeles based comedian and storyteller, about her relationship with her father who comes out as gay while being married to her mother. Follow her through the twists and turns of being part of a "modern family" in the 90s.
A true story based on the life of Elizabeth Collins, a Los Angeles based comedian and storyteller, about her relationship with her father who comes out as gay while being married to her mother. Follow her through the twists and turns of being part of a "modern family" in the 90s.

WHY WATER FALLS

solo performance · leigh curran, writer/performer/producer and mary pat gleason, director · Ages 15+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
“Why Water Falls” When a fiction writer has to write a true story, she comes face to face with her ambivalence about motherhood and the unexpected consequences she’s trying to forget. A funny, thought-provoking look at making peace with controversial life choices.
“Why Water Falls” When a fiction writer has to write a true story, she comes face to face with her ambivalence about motherhood and the unexpected consequences she’s trying to forget. A funny, thought-provoking look at making peace with controversial life choices.

WAR & PEACE: THE ONE MAN SHOW

solo performance · griffith park productions · Ages 12+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
A journey into the world of Tolstoy's classic novel with a quick, witty sensibility and snippets of history that will hopefully whet your appetite to conquer the classic yourself.
A journey into the world of Tolstoy's classic novel with a quick, witty sensibility and snippets of history that will hopefully whet your appetite to conquer the classic yourself.

JOURNEY TO MYSELF

solo performance · strike the rock foundation for women and children · Ages 13+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
The journey of a woman with over five personalities to integrate.
The journey of a woman with over five personalities to integrate.

WORDS FROM A CUBAN FATHER

solo performance · alina cenal · Ages 12+ · one person show · United States of America
Mambo, carnival, revolution, Miami, hotdogs, discos, the circus, Hollywood, music and dance highlight Cenal's bilingual experience of being yanked from her native Cuba as a child and yearning to return. The strong presence of her father guides her through the American cultural landscape.
Mambo, carnival, revolution, Miami, hotdogs, discos, the circus, Hollywood, music and dance highlight Cenal's bilingual experience of being yanked from her native Cuba as a child and yearning to return. The strong presence of her father guides her through the American cultural landscape.

RAY BRADBURY'S PILLAR OF FIRE

solo performance · bill oberst jr. · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
A loving tribute to the author by an actor who adored him, this rendition of Ray Bradbury's 1948 novella Pillar Of Fire is 50 mins of prose magic from The Master. In a world cleansed of superstition a dead man wakes up to teach the living the meaning of fear! Starring Bill Oberst Jr.(Criminal Minds)
A loving tribute to the author by an actor who adored him, this rendition of Ray Bradbury's 1948 novella Pillar Of Fire is 50 mins of prose magic from The Master. In a world cleansed of superstition a dead man wakes up to teach the living the meaning of fear! Starring Bill Oberst Jr.(Criminal Minds)

FUCK GDP

solo performance · duse theatre of rome · Ages 18+ · one person show · Italy
"One man show" written and directed by Torella, who tells us the real meaning of terms such as PIL, public debt and interest rate if only we dare to look at our society from a different point of view. It's the attempt of an artist to give answers to everything about the realities of finance.
"One man show" written and directed by Torella, who tells us the real meaning of terms such as PIL, public debt and interest rate if only we dare to look at our society from a different point of view. It's the attempt of an artist to give answers to everything about the realities of finance.

DEVON'S DIARY: THE TRUE ACCOUNT OF A FICTIONAL LIFE

solo performance · jennifer howd · Ages 18+ · one person show · United States of America
A multi-sensory, erotic tone poem taking place in the 1990’s NYC queer scene, “Devon’s Diary" follows a young artist's darkly-comedic downward spiral, initiated by her mother’s death—and the subsequent request by her girlfriend to open their previously monogamous relationship.
A multi-sensory, erotic tone poem taking place in the 1990’s NYC queer scene, “Devon’s Diary" follows a young artist's darkly-comedic downward spiral, initiated by her mother’s death—and the subsequent request by her girlfriend to open their previously monogamous relationship.

DEAR HOLLYWOOD: A MODERN DAY ACTRESS FROM A BYGONE ERA

solo performance · just wright · Ages 10+ · family friendly · one person show · United States of America
Looking to Judy Garland, Charlie Chaplin, and Buster Keaton as spirit guides, a young woman works to overcome the complications of reality as she pursues her "Old Hollywood" dream. An inspirational solo performance show with a silent film twist.
Looking to Judy Garland, Charlie Chaplin, and Buster Keaton as spirit guides, a young woman works to overcome the complications of reality as she pursues her "Old Hollywood" dream. An inspirational solo performance show with a silent film twist.

THE PLAYER KING

solo performance · the met theatre · Ages 13+ · one person show · United States of America
The Player King, written and performed by Darin Dahms, is a one man performance piece inspired by the life of Edwin Booth.
The Player King, written and performed by Darin Dahms, is a one man performance piece inspired by the life of Edwin Booth.

WHAT I NEVER TOLD YOU

Sometimes love becomes transparent, but is it too late? Through the course of one evening, Nick and Alysha ultimately remind themselves how deep their love is. A knock on the door, however, brings the world crashing down around them.

An American Video Store

Taking place over 3 pivotal moments in the history of the American Video Store, our intimate story of clerks and customers examines the rise and fall of a cultural phenomenon that defined a generation.

FERTILE.

A Conversation About the Expectation of Procreation. There's more to it than the stork has told you...

Girl From Schenectady

A 38 Year Old Virgin Goes on a Journey to Lose her Virginity before She turns 40. Will it Happen?