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ALTARCATIONS

theatre · steve julian · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States
"A bishop. A priest. A woman. A boy." Snatched from today's headlines, "Altarcations" examines lust, absolution, accepting apologies, and whether any place is safe. "Altarcations" is a project of the Pasadena Arts Council's EMERGE Fiscal Sponsorship Program.
"A bishop. A priest. A woman. A boy." Snatched from today's headlines, "Altarcations" examines lust, absolution, accepting apologies, and whether any place is safe. "Altarcations" is a project of the Pasadena Arts Council's EMERGE Fiscal Sponsorship Program.

"SENSES"

theatre · sensingme theater company · Ages 16+ · United States
My "Senses" came alive in a way I have never imagined. I was inspired to create a show about relationships, write about being a woman, write about hope, and write about the importance of what living is through our senses. Abby
My "Senses" came alive in a way I have never imagined. I was inspired to create a show about relationships, write about being a woman, write about hope, and write about the importance of what living is through our senses. Abby

OH BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE!

theatre · kim coles inc. · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States
Kim Coles chronicles the ebb & flow of her showbiz rise with Hollywood-insider stories, multi-media features & interpretive dance! With her signature sass & irrepressible, goofy charm, Kim presents a side-splitting show that will make you laugh and inspire you to find your special gifts.
Kim Coles chronicles the ebb & flow of her showbiz rise with Hollywood-insider stories, multi-media features & interpretive dance! With her signature sass & irrepressible, goofy charm, Kim presents a side-splitting show that will make you laugh and inspire you to find your special gifts.

THE EGG PLAY (STAGED READING)

theatre · transient theater · Ages 18+ · United States
Imagine “Our Town” procreates with “No Exit” and makes an absurd, violent, and strangely funny baby. That baby is THE EGG PLAY. Three characters, one persistent doorbell, and a memory that refuses to recognize it has long overstayed its welcome.
Imagine “Our Town” procreates with “No Exit” and makes an absurd, violent, and strangely funny baby. That baby is THE EGG PLAY. Three characters, one persistent doorbell, and a memory that refuses to recognize it has long overstayed its welcome.

ACTORS CIRCLE ENSEMBLE PRESENTS: THE INDIAN WANTS THE BRONX

theatre · actors circle ensemble · Ages 13+ · United States
The Obie winning play opens with an East Indian - who speaks no English - lost at a bus stop in the Bronx. As he attempts to find his way to his son's Bronx apartment, two young outcasts arrive on the scene. Watch the trailer: www.actorscircleensemble.com/ace#!__ace
The Obie winning play opens with an East Indian - who speaks no English - lost at a bus stop in the Bronx. As he attempts to find his way to his son's Bronx apartment, two young outcasts arrive on the scene. Watch the trailer: www.actorscircleensemble.com/ace#!__ace

BLOOD FRUIT

theatre · spoken word festival · Ages 18+ · one person show · United States
This one-man comedy tells the autobiographical story of Majd Murad as he comes to terms with his homosexuality and finds the courage to come out to his Catholic Iraqi family, despite the fear of being killed for his "choice." Voted Best of the Hollywood Fringe 2011.
This one-man comedy tells the autobiographical story of Majd Murad as he comes to terms with his homosexuality and finds the courage to come out to his Catholic Iraqi family, despite the fear of being killed for his "choice." Voted Best of the Hollywood Fringe 2011.

MIXED PERSONALITY DISORDERS

theatre · david michael taylor · Ages 16+ · world premiere · one person show · United States
Mental illness was never so much fun as in MIXED PERSONALITY DISORDERS, a world premiere solo show by David Michael Taylor. Born into a family of maniacs, raised by the TV, and unprepared for life in the real world, his tale of trauma and triumph makes this the feel-good feel-bad play of the year.
Mental illness was never so much fun as in MIXED PERSONALITY DISORDERS, a world premiere solo show by David Michael Taylor. Born into a family of maniacs, raised by the TV, and unprepared for life in the real world, his tale of trauma and triumph makes this the feel-good feel-bad play of the year.

GENTLE PASSAGE

theatre · fierce backbone · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States
What happened in Joe’s past that he’s blocked it so completely out? When you open the door to someone’s horrific past, you sometimes have to step through it in order to help.
What happened in Joe’s past that he’s blocked it so completely out? When you open the door to someone’s horrific past, you sometimes have to step through it in order to help.

THE DRIFTS LIVE

theatre · thom vernon · Ages 12+ · family friendly · world premiere · one person show · Canada
A middle-aged pregnant housewife, her husband, his lover, a trans-dad and a calf. Thom Vernon (Seinfeld, The Fugitive, etc.) performs his novel as written with a little help from Rob Waller, lead singer of I See Hawks in LA. In your face and raw, Southern Gothic turned inside out.
A middle-aged pregnant housewife, her husband, his lover, a trans-dad and a calf. Thom Vernon (Seinfeld, The Fugitive, etc.) performs his novel as written with a little help from Rob Waller, lead singer of I See Hawks in LA. In your face and raw, Southern Gothic turned inside out.

BOXWINDOWDOOR

theatre · ice cream palace and bella production · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States
WINDOW debuts the second Act of box Window door at the 2012 Hollywood Fringe Festival! This original production sets the stage on fire with a live installation performance of movement, music, sculpture, light and language using the transformative power of dreams.
WINDOW debuts the second Act of box Window door at the 2012 Hollywood Fringe Festival! This original production sets the stage on fire with a live installation performance of movement, music, sculpture, light and language using the transformative power of dreams.

THE PIRATE LAUREATE OF PORT TOWN

theatre · mutineer theatre company · Ages 12+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States
Mutineer Theatre Company returns with a world premiere comedy adventure, "The Pirate Laureate of Port Town." As the bloodthirsty crew of the Chartreuse heads to port, ship’s poet Finn must choose between joining the lawless raid or warning the town to save childhood sweetheart Sandy.
Mutineer Theatre Company returns with a world premiere comedy adventure, "The Pirate Laureate of Port Town." As the bloodthirsty crew of the Chartreuse heads to port, ship’s poet Finn must choose between joining the lawless raid or warning the town to save childhood sweetheart Sandy.

FOOL FOR LOVE

theatre · vespertine productions · Ages 13+ · United States
This production of Sam Shepard's "Fool for Love" seeks to examine two main themes: the intricacies of the human subconscious as it relates to one’s reality and the impact of various points of view on a single memory from a family’s past.
This production of Sam Shepard's "Fool for Love" seeks to examine two main themes: the intricacies of the human subconscious as it relates to one’s reality and the impact of various points of view on a single memory from a family’s past.

THE PORTABLE DOROTHY PARKER

theatre · grove goddess productions · Ages 15+ · world premiere · one person show · United States
Dorothy Parker reminisces about her life, loves, work—and the Algonquin Round Table—while selecting stories and poems for her 1944 collection, The Portable Dorothy Parker. Written by Annie Lux. Directed by Lee Costello. Performed by Margot Avery.
Dorothy Parker reminisces about her life, loves, work—and the Algonquin Round Table—while selecting stories and poems for her 1944 collection, The Portable Dorothy Parker. Written by Annie Lux. Directed by Lee Costello. Performed by Margot Avery.

RICHARD PARKER

theatre · darkman/fringe management · Ages 14+ · family friendly · United Kingdom
Two men travelling by boat become irrevocably linked at the crossroads of fate and coincidence. They find themselves forced to defend their starkly contrasting world views from attack by the other as the play builds to an unexpected and shattering denouement. "Clever and compelling."(The Scotsman)
Two men travelling by boat become irrevocably linked at the crossroads of fate and coincidence. They find themselves forced to defend their starkly contrasting world views from attack by the other as the play builds to an unexpected and shattering denouement. "Clever and compelling."(The Scotsman)

FEEDING TIME

theatre · play in the box · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States
Two RVs are parked on an empty lot on a street a few blocks from the sea. Living in one is a crusty veteran in search of peace. The other houses an elusive woman. Their attempt at romance is set within the counter-culture life-style of RV dwellers and their reasons to keep ‘rolling.’
Two RVs are parked on an empty lot on a street a few blocks from the sea. Living in one is a crusty veteran in search of peace. The other houses an elusive woman. Their attempt at romance is set within the counter-culture life-style of RV dwellers and their reasons to keep ‘rolling.’