THE AMITYCODE

ensemble theatre · devin crittenden productions & argos ranch · Ages 16+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
After being dumped by his long-time girlfriend, a brilliant robotics engineer creates a robot to love him unconditionally. But he may have programmed her too well.
After being dumped by his long-time girlfriend, a brilliant robotics engineer creates a robot to love him unconditionally. But he may have programmed her too well.

PLAY TO THE WHISTLE

ensemble theatre · tony reavis · world premiere · United States of America
While four friends are dealing with the loss of a loved one, their world gets turned upside down once again as a huge secret is revealed. Can this gang find it within themselves to pull together and handle the never ending changes that Life constantly brings them?
While four friends are dealing with the loss of a loved one, their world gets turned upside down once again as a huge secret is revealed. Can this gang find it within themselves to pull together and handle the never ending changes that Life constantly brings them?

THE KING'S LANGUAGE

ensemble theatre · yejin-ham productions · Ages 12+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America
The story of a king that flows to the beats of a Korean drum anchored by dialogue, song and movement. Spoken in English with a peppering of Korean, this historical dramedy crosses culture to speak about a fundamental human tool with whimsy.
The story of a king that flows to the beats of a Korean drum anchored by dialogue, song and movement. Spoken in English with a peppering of Korean, this historical dramedy crosses culture to speak about a fundamental human tool with whimsy.

THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE

ensemble theatre · althea theatre · Ages 15+ · United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Hannah was a teacher before moving to the UK. Now she works in a pub. Jordan lost his mum six months ago. Six days ago, he lost his job too.Is it time to go home? And if so - where exactly is that? There’s No Place Like marks the US debut of award-winning international company Althea Theatre.
Hannah was a teacher before moving to the UK. Now she works in a pub. Jordan lost his mum six months ago. Six days ago, he lost his job too.Is it time to go home? And if so - where exactly is that? There’s No Place Like marks the US debut of award-winning international company Althea Theatre.

CLOSER

ensemble theatre · lost in translation · Ages 18+ · United States of America
What started as a casual fling between two unsuspecting grifters turns into a savage power struggle as four strangers are frantically drawn to each other. All proceeds from tickets sales will benefit the Stella Adler Outreach Division.
What started as a casual fling between two unsuspecting grifters turns into a savage power struggle as four strangers are frantically drawn to each other. All proceeds from tickets sales will benefit the Stella Adler Outreach Division.

REASONS TO BE PRETTY

ensemble theatre · maxwellton productions · Ages 18+ · United States of America
Say what you mean and mean what you say… Neil LaBute's "Reasons to Be Pretty" uses everyday language to illuminate our core values and deepest insecurities. Four characters explore the meaning of the word "pretty" and how it can seem to mean both everything and nothing all at the same time.
Say what you mean and mean what you say… Neil LaBute's "Reasons to Be Pretty" uses everyday language to illuminate our core values and deepest insecurities. Four characters explore the meaning of the word "pretty" and how it can seem to mean both everything and nothing all at the same time.

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.

OPHELIA

ensemble theatre · tbd · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
A furious Ophelia is reunited with Hamlet after 800 years in a Purgatory aquarium. At once funny, poetic, and achingly human, Meghan Brown's characters navigate worlds both surreal and prosaic in this one-act play.
A furious Ophelia is reunited with Hamlet after 800 years in a Purgatory aquarium. At once funny, poetic, and achingly human, Meghan Brown's characters navigate worlds both surreal and prosaic in this one-act play.

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.

WE ARE NOT THESE HANDS

ensemble theatre · rogue machine at the met · Ages 18+ · United States of America
We Are Not These Hands follows the journey of two 15 year old girls, Moth and Belly. They reside in a dystopian society where filth is abundant and the addiction to porn is incessant. But, they have their friendship-- a relationship bound by struggle, love, and a slew of inside jokes.
We Are Not These Hands follows the journey of two 15 year old girls, Moth and Belly. They reside in a dystopian society where filth is abundant and the addiction to porn is incessant. But, they have their friendship-- a relationship bound by struggle, love, and a slew of inside jokes.

CHATTER

ensemble theatre · a bench productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
*WINNER HFF SCHOLARSHIP *WINNER SHORT + SWEET AWARD *WINNER ENCORE AWARD A dark comedy about a woman who goes toe-to-toe with her racial identity, religious guilt, crippling insecurity and destructive body shaming. Will the voices of self-doubt win? That's a question to ask yourself...
*WINNER HFF SCHOLARSHIP *WINNER SHORT + SWEET AWARD *WINNER ENCORE AWARD A dark comedy about a woman who goes toe-to-toe with her racial identity, religious guilt, crippling insecurity and destructive body shaming. Will the voices of self-doubt win? That's a question to ask yourself...

PAGLIACCIS

ensemble theatre · good dip · Ages 17+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
A man helps clean the apartment of his best friend who has committed suicide alongside the older sister of the recently deceased, all the while trying to solve of the mystery as to why he hung himself. Performances benefit the ACLU, International Rescue Committee, and Planned Parenthood.
A man helps clean the apartment of his best friend who has committed suicide alongside the older sister of the recently deceased, all the while trying to solve of the mystery as to why he hung himself. Performances benefit the ACLU, International Rescue Committee, and Planned Parenthood.

ONLY THE BEGINNING

ensemble theatre · bobkat productions · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America
"Only the Beginning" follows a young man on the brink of adulthood as he navigates through his parents’ divorce. After his father walks out on their family, Bobby, a soon-to-be college graduate, finds himself putting his dreams on hold to take care of his mother as she seemingly falls apart.
"Only the Beginning" follows a young man on the brink of adulthood as he navigates through his parents’ divorce. After his father walks out on their family, Bobby, a soon-to-be college graduate, finds himself putting his dreams on hold to take care of his mother as she seemingly falls apart.

ELECTRICITY

ensemble theatre · tmd productions · Ages 18+ · includes nudity · United States of America
ELECTRICITY is a funny yet touching story about a gay sex addict who hooks up with a closeted virgin after their 10th H.S. reunion in 1983. They form a connection that draws them back to the same motel every 10 years until 2013 as their lives transform & reflect the changes in society around them.
ELECTRICITY is a funny yet touching story about a gay sex addict who hooks up with a closeted virgin after their 10th H.S. reunion in 1983. They form a connection that draws them back to the same motel every 10 years until 2013 as their lives transform & reflect the changes in society around them.

BITCH BROW

ensemble theatre · demetra kareman · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States of America
LOVE. BLOOD. LAUNDRY. A tough townie chick and an uptight young woman of privilege clash over everything from career choices to finger fucking... until one of them winds up dead.
LOVE. BLOOD. LAUNDRY. A tough townie chick and an uptight young woman of privilege clash over everything from career choices to finger fucking... until one of them winds up dead.