THE FLOWER SOCIETY

ensemble theatre · rough riders theatre cavalry · Ages 13+ · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America
"The Flower Society" by Maryanne Householder, is a one act play that depicts the lives of four homeless women and their survival methods combatted with their personal struggles on the streets.
"The Flower Society" by Maryanne Householder, is a one act play that depicts the lives of four homeless women and their survival methods combatted with their personal struggles on the streets.

DANNY AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA

ensemble theatre · no company · Ages 18+ · 90 mins · United States of America
An apache dance that lasts all night.
An apache dance that lasts all night.

SINS

ensemble theatre · william thompson · Ages 13+ · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America
Can we ever stop paying for the past? Can the person we want to be ever escape the person we are now and were then? What price must be paid for not only our own crimes, but those of people close to us? Sins is a frank look at what we all deal with when we cannot overcome our own failings.
Can we ever stop paying for the past? Can the person we want to be ever escape the person we are now and were then? What price must be paid for not only our own crimes, but those of people close to us? Sins is a frank look at what we all deal with when we cannot overcome our own failings.

NO MORE TOYS

ensemble theatre · aquariustown · Ages 13+ · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America
A college recruiter finds himself and four high schoolers held at gunpoint by another disgruntled kid.
A college recruiter finds himself and four high schoolers held at gunpoint by another disgruntled kid.

START SWIMMING

ensemble theatre · indomitus theatre · Ages 15+ · flashing lights · 45 mins · Canada
Do young people have the power to create change? How do they fight unseen powers that manipulate their fear when the rules keep changing? With Pavlovian consequences & Orwellian overtones, this play questions authority & the definition of freedom, while exploring the journey of revolution.
Do young people have the power to create change? How do they fight unseen powers that manipulate their fear when the rules keep changing? With Pavlovian consequences & Orwellian overtones, this play questions authority & the definition of freedom, while exploring the journey of revolution.

HOW TO ADULT!

ensemble theatre · cliffhangers productions · Ages 15+ · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America
One summer evening, five friends gather to drink and celebrate a big accomplishment. Over the course of the party, tensions arise and truths are revealed as the group comes to terms with who they were, who they are, and who they are about to become.
One summer evening, five friends gather to drink and celebrate a big accomplishment. Over the course of the party, tensions arise and truths are revealed as the group comes to terms with who they were, who they are, and who they are about to become.

YOU, AGAIN

ensemble theatre · the lake arrowhead repertory theatre company · Ages 12+ · world premiere · 50 mins · United States of America
Our award-winning show in it's new iteration. A cast who has created and written a show of life, love and gratitude. This is our 10th version of the YOU Project and all have won encore awards. Don't miss either version of this intimate lovely piece of theatre.
Our award-winning show in it's new iteration. A cast who has created and written a show of life, love and gratitude. This is our 10th version of the YOU Project and all have won encore awards. Don't miss either version of this intimate lovely piece of theatre.

CRACK WHORE, BULIMIC, GIRL-NEXT-DOOR

ensemble theatre · roadkill productions · Ages 14+ · 68 mins · United States of America
A painfully funny look at body image, addiction, and the obsession with fitting into society’s ideal of beauty and thinness. A comedic romp through depression, eating disorders and self-loathing!
A painfully funny look at body image, addiction, and the obsession with fitting into society’s ideal of beauty and thinness. A comedic romp through depression, eating disorders and self-loathing!

GAYFACE (THE WORKSHOP PRODUCTION)

ensemble theatre · n/a · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · includes nudity · 95 mins · United States of America
John Hunt is weeks away from becoming the first openly gay actor to win the Best Actor Oscar, but the only problem is he's straight. At the pinnacle of his career and within arms reach of his lifelong dream he must reconcile the actualities of queer culture in America with his true beliefs.
John Hunt is weeks away from becoming the first openly gay actor to win the Best Actor Oscar, but the only problem is he's straight. At the pinnacle of his career and within arms reach of his lifelong dream he must reconcile the actualities of queer culture in America with his true beliefs.

IN CONCLUSION:

ensemble theatre · the puckwit gang · Ages 16+ · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America
You know the type. They seem to have it all: cash, charm, and connections. We let them play by different rules. But when a boy is found dead and two more stand to hang, justice is put under the microscope and we have to ask: how did we get here, where are we going, and do we even have a choice?
You know the type. They seem to have it all: cash, charm, and connections. We let them play by different rules. But when a boy is found dead and two more stand to hang, justice is put under the microscope and we have to ask: how did we get here, where are we going, and do we even have a choice?

THE SAME ROOM

ensemble theatre · lucid dramatics · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · world premiere · 40 mins · United States of America
It's time to move on... if only they could get out. Thyma & Aspid have unfinished business, but will it stay that way? What comes next? Or is this... it?
It's time to move on... if only they could get out. Thyma & Aspid have unfinished business, but will it stay that way? What comes next? Or is this... it?

INTERRUPTED SPEECH

ensemble theatre · castlehill productions · Ages 14+ · world premiere · 30 mins · United States of America
Interrupted (Speech) is a one-act play that follows the lives of two gay characters who examine their history, identity, memories, and sexuality. It is both a coming of age story and an identity piece told primarily through monologue and movement.
Interrupted (Speech) is a one-act play that follows the lives of two gay characters who examine their history, identity, memories, and sexuality. It is both a coming of age story and an identity piece told primarily through monologue and movement.

GUILT

ensemble theatre · cyanide theatre · Ages 16+ · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America
A man searching for a phantom armadillo. A priest breaking from her faith. Former multiple award-winning Hollywood Fringe vets team up to present two original short plays: ‘The Holy Name of Apostasy’ by Ryan Lisman, and ‘Man vs. Armadillo’ by Benjamin Schwartz.
A man searching for a phantom armadillo. A priest breaking from her faith. Former multiple award-winning Hollywood Fringe vets team up to present two original short plays: ‘The Holy Name of Apostasy’ by Ryan Lisman, and ‘Man vs. Armadillo’ by Benjamin Schwartz.

THE DUCHESS & THE STRIPPER

ensemble theatre · david bosley · Ages 18+ · includes nudity · world premiere · 55 mins · United States of America
In 1961 Baltimore, two of the most notorious home wreckers of all time, the Duchess of Windsor, Wallis Simpson, and the Queen of Burlesque, Blaze Starr, meet in a strip club. More than skin is laid bare.
In 1961 Baltimore, two of the most notorious home wreckers of all time, the Duchess of Windsor, Wallis Simpson, and the Queen of Burlesque, Blaze Starr, meet in a strip club. More than skin is laid bare.

WHY DID THE CHICKEN CROSS THE ROAD?

ensemble theatre · matthew hennigar · Ages 14+ · 90 mins · United States of America
After a critically acclaimed run in London, “Why did the Chicken Cross the Road?” comes to LA as part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival. Turning the joke upside down in absurdist fashion, the comedy follows the words in that joke as they try to figure out their meaning and reach the 'real world'.
After a critically acclaimed run in London, “Why did the Chicken Cross the Road?” comes to LA as part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival. Turning the joke upside down in absurdist fashion, the comedy follows the words in that joke as they try to figure out their meaning and reach the 'real world'.

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Meet Me In Mizzery

Based on her conservative upbringing in St. Louis, Lindsey invites you to witness characters in her hometown that will make you laugh, cringe, and hopefully laugh again.

To Richard!

A world premiere from Hollywood and Edinburgh Fringe award winner Jessica Durdock Moreno. A white lady and a Latino man cross paths in the woods of Connecticut. Chaos ensues. Hilarity abounds. There may be hugging. Discount code HUG for $10 tickets.

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Come see why reviewers are calling THE HUMAN[OID] EXPERIENCE "Raunchy and thought-provoking". Next show this Father's Day @ 4pm! Use Promocode: Daddy for a sexxy PWYC discount this Sunday only! See you there!