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.

…MEANTIME AT HOJO'S

ensemble theatre · the gangbusters theatre company · Ages 12+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
June 16th 1972, Howard Hunt and G. Gordon Liddy have business to tend. Tonight's Mission: Oversee a group of five men sent to repair listening devices they installed five weeks earlier into DNC's Headquarters at the Watergate Complex in Washington DC. What the fuck could possibly go wrong?
June 16th 1972, Howard Hunt and G. Gordon Liddy have business to tend. Tonight's Mission: Oversee a group of five men sent to repair listening devices they installed five weeks earlier into DNC's Headquarters at the Watergate Complex in Washington DC. What the fuck could possibly go wrong?

DEATH OF A MAILMAN

ensemble theatre · annie c. wright · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America
Marty and Joe have worked together at the USPS for nearly thirty years, but when Marty discovers that Joe has been hoarding mail, he starts to question their relationship and the difference between what it means to be a friend or merely an acquaintance.
Marty and Joe have worked together at the USPS for nearly thirty years, but when Marty discovers that Joe has been hoarding mail, he starts to question their relationship and the difference between what it means to be a friend or merely an acquaintance.

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?

KISS MY AX!

ensemble theatre · alliance of los angeles playwrights (alap) · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States of America
All about the ax! Five short plays written by members of ALAP and incorporating a wicked-looking ax...
All about the ax! Five short plays written by members of ALAP and incorporating a wicked-looking ax...

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

SAM SHEPARD & PATTI SMITH'S COWBOY MOUTH

ensemble theatre · girl trip productions · Ages 16+ · United States of America
Patti Smith and Sam Shepard wrote this intimate play as punk, rock and new wave collide. A woman kidnaps a young man with the hopes of inspiring him to be a rock and roll star. Cowboy Mouth is about taking responsibility for our own creativity, and falling in love with the person, not the potential.
Patti Smith and Sam Shepard wrote this intimate play as punk, rock and new wave collide. A woman kidnaps a young man with the hopes of inspiring him to be a rock and roll star. Cowboy Mouth is about taking responsibility for our own creativity, and falling in love with the person, not the potential.

REALITY STAR

ensemble theatre · potential celebrities theatre company · Ages 15+ · United States of America
When a mega-famous reality star ends up on her deathbed, her momager must find a way to make sure their fame lasts forever. This darkly comedic satire explores our 21st-century obsession with reality TV and instant fame.
When a mega-famous reality star ends up on her deathbed, her momager must find a way to make sure their fame lasts forever. This darkly comedic satire explores our 21st-century obsession with reality TV and instant fame.

KNOWNO’S - #FIXMYSHITUATION

ensemble theatre · rawchattruths · Ages 17+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America
NO has found her long lost meaning.
NO has found her long lost meaning.

EXPECTATIONS HIGH

ensemble theatre · take the stage long beach · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
By Teens, For Teens (and anyone who has ever been a teen). Overheard humor, rumor, drama, trauma, bromance, romance and karma during passing periods in high school.
By Teens, For Teens (and anyone who has ever been a teen). Overheard humor, rumor, drama, trauma, bromance, romance and karma during passing periods in high school.

HOUSE OF TALES

ensemble theatre · assembly call · Ages 10+ · United States of America
An ensemble of young Chinese artists merges their unfulfillable fantasies with stories found in a book written 350 years ago(《聊斋志异》). In a house both imaginary and real, mythical creatures step into ordinary life, as repressed fantasies revives in a city where fantasies are constantly made and sold.
An ensemble of young Chinese artists merges their unfulfillable fantasies with stories found in a book written 350 years ago(《聊斋志异》). In a house both imaginary and real, mythical creatures step into ordinary life, as repressed fantasies revives in a city where fantasies are constantly made and sold.

ROOM NO. 9 AT THE CHRYSALIS INN

ensemble theatre · ratheatre | kelleygirl planet · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States of America
Room No. 9 at the Chrysalis Inn is an animated story of a woman's healing journey in a hotel room. Alice, the main character, has checked into the Chrysalis Inn to cocoon herself from her toxic life of domestic abuse and a past childhood trauma.
Room No. 9 at the Chrysalis Inn is an animated story of a woman's healing journey in a hotel room. Alice, the main character, has checked into the Chrysalis Inn to cocoon herself from her toxic life of domestic abuse and a past childhood trauma.

HAPPY

ensemble theatre · new concepts theatre company · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America
Oliver- a young man with Asperger's- is instantly catapulted into a world of adventure and self-discovery when he realizes there is more to life than reading, watching and wishing for relationships but avoiding connection at all cost.
Oliver- a young man with Asperger's- is instantly catapulted into a world of adventure and self-discovery when he realizes there is more to life than reading, watching and wishing for relationships but avoiding connection at all cost.

ECT'S DANNY AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA

ensemble theatre · elysium conservatory theatre · Ages 17+ · United States of America
ECT roars into The Hollywood Fringe with an unprecedented ensemble experience. Each performance unleashes new members of our mainstage company into the roles of Danny & Roberta - celebrating the unapologetic, raw humanity of our #FearlessArtists
ECT roars into The Hollywood Fringe with an unprecedented ensemble experience. Each performance unleashes new members of our mainstage company into the roles of Danny & Roberta - celebrating the unapologetic, raw humanity of our #FearlessArtists

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.