BLACKBALLED

ensemble theatre · red flag media productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
Following the team owners' struggles to bring their underfunded league to prominence despite the odds; "BlackBalled" is an intimate look at the rise and fall of Negro League Baseball.
Following the team owners' struggles to bring their underfunded league to prominence despite the odds; "BlackBalled" is an intimate look at the rise and fall of Negro League Baseball.

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.

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...

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.

THE SOWER

ensemble theatre · the bear’s pursuit · Ages 12+ · family friendly · United States of America
"Guard this with your life!" What was it that led artist Vincent van Gogh to sever his ear and give it to a prostitute? The Sower examines the tormented genius of this incredibly paradoxical artist.
"Guard this with your life!" What was it that led artist Vincent van Gogh to sever his ear and give it to a prostitute? The Sower examines the tormented genius of this incredibly paradoxical artist.

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

TROJAN WOMEN

ensemble theatre · project nongenue · Ages 15+ · family friendly · United States of America
In perhaps the first recorded piece of theater in the western canon that passes the Bechdel test, Euripdes tells a story of women stronger than Gods. Using movement, language, and contemporary vision, Project Nongenue’s Trojan Women tackles building community in times of violence.
In perhaps the first recorded piece of theater in the western canon that passes the Bechdel test, Euripdes tells a story of women stronger than Gods. Using movement, language, and contemporary vision, Project Nongenue’s Trojan Women tackles building community in times of violence.

THE VET, THE IMAM, HIS WOMAN AND HER PREACHER

ensemble theatre · r.a.w. · Ages 13+ · United States of America
A Homeless Veteran, an Imam and a Southern Baptist Preacher walk into a Brothel, where the Madam brings light to their secrets and leads them on a path where beliefs and identities clash along the way to discovering their true selves...a story about love, inclusion and acceptance.
A Homeless Veteran, an Imam and a Southern Baptist Preacher walk into a Brothel, where the Madam brings light to their secrets and leads them on a path where beliefs and identities clash along the way to discovering their true selves...a story about love, inclusion and acceptance.

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.

ROMEO AND JULIET

ensemble theatre · desperate kingdom theatre company · Ages 12+ · United States of America
A raw, dangerous production of Shakespeare's tragic love story, brought alive for a modern audience.
A raw, dangerous production of Shakespeare's tragic love story, brought alive for a modern audience.

NEGATIVE SPACES

ensemble theatre · cluster b · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America
Life, death and the space between: this play explores trust, betrayal, longing and loss, and their corrosive effects on relationships and the choices that define them. Heavy, sad, with moments of harsh reality cut by sharp humor, it examines what happens when a couple can't (or won't) reproduce.
Life, death and the space between: this play explores trust, betrayal, longing and loss, and their corrosive effects on relationships and the choices that define them. Heavy, sad, with moments of harsh reality cut by sharp humor, it examines what happens when a couple can't (or won't) reproduce.

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.

EYES OF THE BLIND

ensemble theatre · granville house productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
After the suicide of her sister, Amy returns to the Naval base she lived on as a child. Helping her father pack away his youngest’s life, Amy does not trust what she begins to see: her sister, Cassie. Apparitions sinister, Amy must face down familial insecurities to find truth in Cassie's tragedy.
After the suicide of her sister, Amy returns to the Naval base she lived on as a child. Helping her father pack away his youngest’s life, Amy does not trust what she begins to see: her sister, Cassie. Apparitions sinister, Amy must face down familial insecurities to find truth in Cassie's tragedy.

LIGHTS OUT IN THE HERMIT’S CAVE!

ensemble theatre · self produced · Ages 8+ · world premiere · United States of America
From the the airwaves of the 1930s and 40s to the stage: we present this old time radio horror double feature. From Lights Out: “Valse Triste”& From The Hermit’s Cave: “The House on Lost Man’s Bluff.” Join us for an evening of vintage thrills and chills!
From the the airwaves of the 1930s and 40s to the stage: we present this old time radio horror double feature. From Lights Out: “Valse Triste”& From The Hermit’s Cave: “The House on Lost Man’s Bluff.” Join us for an evening of vintage thrills and chills!

MICHAEL KEARNS' BLOODBOUND

ensemble theatre · moon mile run · Ages 17+ · flashing lights · United States of America
"The unmistakable voice of a playwright who has something important to say," writes John Paul King, LA BLADE. Michael Kearns' work has been seen on L.A. stages for forty years and once again he magically transforms the forbidden into something beautiful.
"The unmistakable voice of a playwright who has something important to say," writes John Paul King, LA BLADE. Michael Kearns' work has been seen on L.A. stages for forty years and once again he magically transforms the forbidden into something beautiful.