F#@K I LOVE U: ALIVE!

ensemble theatre · lucky creates... · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
An inclusive cast telling stories delving into race, gender, sexuality, abuse, and acceptance. No issue unexplored in this dramedy having audiences laughing and crying using controversial issues of our current times.
An inclusive cast telling stories delving into race, gender, sexuality, abuse, and acceptance. No issue unexplored in this dramedy having audiences laughing and crying using controversial issues of our current times.

ESCALATION D: A LOVE STORY

ensemble theatre · midnight central theatre co. · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States of America
Devised from true life experiences of the company members, Escalation D explores the spectrum of consent, from the seemingly innocuous platinums to the life altering deep dark grays. You will laugh, you will cry, you might need a drink --- but our hope is to inspire respectful discourse.
Devised from true life experiences of the company members, Escalation D explores the spectrum of consent, from the seemingly innocuous platinums to the life altering deep dark grays. You will laugh, you will cry, you might need a drink --- but our hope is to inspire respectful discourse.

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.

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.

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.

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ensemble theatre · no company · Ages 0+ · United States of America
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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.

LIVE FROM THE HOBGOBLIN, IT’S HANK!

ensemble theatre · work in progress productions · Ages 13+ · United States of America
Hank T. Hobgoblin and his team present a slate of 10 minute plays from scripts found underneath The Hobgoblin Playhouse: A Case on the Aside by Jacob Smith, Pink Hat Blues by Gregory Crafts, The First Awkward Silence by Aaron Kozak, and The Most Famous Ghostwriter In The World by Brandie June.
Hank T. Hobgoblin and his team present a slate of 10 minute plays from scripts found underneath The Hobgoblin Playhouse: A Case on the Aside by Jacob Smith, Pink Hat Blues by Gregory Crafts, The First Awkward Silence by Aaron Kozak, and The Most Famous Ghostwriter In The World by Brandie June.

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.

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.

"THE THIRTY-THREE"

ensemble theatre · reaact · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America
Reilly has never questioned her life before. While working a dead-end job with nothing to show for it, Dhyrce shows her a way to live life that may be the kind of excitement she's looking for. What neither of them know is that the meaning of life is harder to figure out than just playing the part.
Reilly has never questioned her life before. While working a dead-end job with nothing to show for it, Dhyrce shows her a way to live life that may be the kind of excitement she's looking for. What neither of them know is that the meaning of life is harder to figure out than just playing the part.

MEANWHILE, BACK AT THE SUPER LAIR

ensemble theatre · the new american theatre · Ages 13+ · United States of America
New American Theatre presents comedy by award-winning playwright Greg Kalleres. Powerless crimefighters Human Fly, Silver Streak, Rhino Man and Leopard Woman share a city-funded apartment Under investigation by an efficiency expert, they face eviction and brand new super-villain.
New American Theatre presents comedy by award-winning playwright Greg Kalleres. Powerless crimefighters Human Fly, Silver Streak, Rhino Man and Leopard Woman share a city-funded apartment Under investigation by an efficiency expert, they face eviction and brand new super-villain.

SAM SHEPARD & JOSEPH CHAIKIN'S SAVAGE LOVE

ensemble theatre · girl trip productions · United States of America
Shepard and Chaiken penned these real and imagined moments about romantic love and the closeness and distance between lovers. Savage Love steps through raw, relatable, shared moments— the difficulty of expressing tenderness, the dread of being replaced, or the intimacy of watching a lover sleep.
Shepard and Chaiken penned these real and imagined moments about romantic love and the closeness and distance between lovers. Savage Love steps through raw, relatable, shared moments— the difficulty of expressing tenderness, the dread of being replaced, or the intimacy of watching a lover sleep.

PARIS SYNDROME

ensemble theatre · self-produced · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America
Freshly divorced, a young-ish man decides the only way he can climb out the depressive hole he's fallen into is to blame Paris and sets off on an journey of self-rediscovery. Well, sort of. Basically, he just wants to find the lock he and his ex-wife once hung on a Parisian bridge and cut it off.
Freshly divorced, a young-ish man decides the only way he can climb out the depressive hole he's fallen into is to blame Paris and sets off on an journey of self-rediscovery. Well, sort of. Basically, he just wants to find the lock he and his ex-wife once hung on a Parisian bridge and cut it off.

VILLAIN - AN AMERICAN STORY

ensemble theatre · from the gut creations · Ages 13+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
"Villain" compares the lives of two families who have to deal with the aftermath of the same tragedy, the shooting of a black teenage boy by a white police officer. To live righteously, must we create a villain?
"Villain" compares the lives of two families who have to deal with the aftermath of the same tragedy, the shooting of a black teenage boy by a white police officer. To live righteously, must we create a villain?

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