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FOLLOW

theatre · michael patrick spillers · Ages 10+ · United States
Marcus is getting married. He wants an old-fashioned wedding, at the inner-city Black church where he was raised. But there's one problem... Marcus is marrying another man. In a time of boycotts and culture wars, at the intersection between civil rights and gay rights, which road will you follow?
Marcus is getting married. He wants an old-fashioned wedding, at the inner-city Black church where he was raised. But there's one problem... Marcus is marrying another man. In a time of boycotts and culture wars, at the intersection between civil rights and gay rights, which road will you follow?

THREE TABLES

theatre · samedi productions · Ages 12+ · United States
Ever sat in a crowded restaurant and asked yourself, "what's their story"? Are they married? On a first date? Celebrating an anniversary? Three Tables by Dan Remmes gives us a glimpse into the complicated, funny and poignant lives of three couples exploring love, loss and possibility.
Ever sat in a crowded restaurant and asked yourself, "what's their story"? Are they married? On a first date? Celebrating an anniversary? Three Tables by Dan Remmes gives us a glimpse into the complicated, funny and poignant lives of three couples exploring love, loss and possibility.

IN DREAM

theatre · the bufkin company · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States
Two one-act plays that take place in the world of dreams. In the first, a man is forced to meet the most evil person alive. In the second, a woman has a vision of meeting her adult daughter, thirty years in the future.
Two one-act plays that take place in the world of dreams. In the first, a man is forced to meet the most evil person alive. In the second, a woman has a vision of meeting her adult daughter, thirty years in the future.

TOMAHAWK

theatre · fringe festival players · Ages 12+ · United States
“Tomahawk,” a play by James Domine, mixes episodes of love, war, lust and betrayal into a counterpoint of governmental subterfuge, police brutality, missing beer and drunken buffoonery as the conflicting emotions of youth evolve into the delusional quandary of middle-age.
“Tomahawk,” a play by James Domine, mixes episodes of love, war, lust and betrayal into a counterpoint of governmental subterfuge, police brutality, missing beer and drunken buffoonery as the conflicting emotions of youth evolve into the delusional quandary of middle-age.

FLESH EATING TIGER

theatre · fierce backbone · Ages 15+ · United States
Vicious dark humor chronicles an affair under the influence in this Los Angeles premiere from writer/director Amy Tofte. He struggles with sobriety, She's dependent on his affection.
Vicious dark humor chronicles an affair under the influence in this Los Angeles premiere from writer/director Amy Tofte. He struggles with sobriety, She's dependent on his affection.

THE CRUCIBLE

theatre · dollar bill productions · Ages 10+ · family friendly · United States
Miller's drama is a searing portrait of a community engulfed by hysteria. In the rigid theocracy of Salem, rumors that women are practicing witchcraft galvanize the town's most basic fears and suspicions. Considered by many to be "the finest American play ever written"...
Miller's drama is a searing portrait of a community engulfed by hysteria. In the rigid theocracy of Salem, rumors that women are practicing witchcraft galvanize the town's most basic fears and suspicions. Considered by many to be "the finest American play ever written"...

ISHMAEAL

theatre · poor man theatre company, a lumpy-cramp(c) production · Ages 13+ · family friendly · flashing lights · world premiere · United States
Ishmaeal, a modern interpretation of one of America's most-loved novels is coming to the fringe festival. Directed by Benny Lumpkins of the Poor Man's Theatre Company, Lumpkins promises to entice audiences all over the world to think twice about Whale Oil as an alternative fuel source.
Ishmaeal, a modern interpretation of one of America's most-loved novels is coming to the fringe festival. Directed by Benny Lumpkins of the Poor Man's Theatre Company, Lumpkins promises to entice audiences all over the world to think twice about Whale Oil as an alternative fuel source.

CONFESSIONS OF THE WORLD'S WORST MISSIONARY

theatre · lina alfinito · Ages 13+ · one person show · United States
This snarky and heartfelt comedy tells the story of a naïve college girl who goes on a missions trip to Africa to save the world one African at a time, only to discover her faith is no match for the reality of poverty, HIV/AIDS, and myriad crises of the post-apartheid era.
This snarky and heartfelt comedy tells the story of a naïve college girl who goes on a missions trip to Africa to save the world one African at a time, only to discover her faith is no match for the reality of poverty, HIV/AIDS, and myriad crises of the post-apartheid era.

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.

LOVE ME...AMERICA

theatre · international artiscan · Ages 15+ · family friendly · one person show · Romania
The award-winning solo show, Love Me…AMERICA! by Claudia Motea and AL.G.Croitoru, a combination of theater and film, presents the fascinating story of a Romanian actress, Stella, who immigrates in America. Claudia Motea, an actress and eight funny characters!
The award-winning solo show, Love Me…AMERICA! by Claudia Motea and AL.G.Croitoru, a combination of theater and film, presents the fascinating story of a Romanian actress, Stella, who immigrates in America. Claudia Motea, an actress and eight funny characters!

ANACONDA

theatre · pink oil productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · Australia
Anaconda is a play that takes an honest look at the aftermath of bullying and the search for redemption. Two people have the chance to mend the wounds of the past at the expense of their futures. If you had everything you ever wanted, would you risk it all to be forgiven?
Anaconda is a play that takes an honest look at the aftermath of bullying and the search for redemption. Two people have the chance to mend the wounds of the past at the expense of their futures. If you had everything you ever wanted, would you risk it all to be forgiven?

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.

SPEED MERCHANT (OF VENICE)

theatre · action! theatre company · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States
A 90-minute version of Shakespeare's play - drawing on influences from corporate gangsterism and reality television. Directed by Tiger Reel and adapted by Tiger Reel and Jack Young.
A 90-minute version of Shakespeare's play - drawing on influences from corporate gangsterism and reality television. Directed by Tiger Reel and adapted by Tiger Reel and Jack Young.

PRINCES DON'T LIVE IN CYBERLAND

theatre · once upon a reality productions · Ages 16+ · United States
Once upon a time there was a girl who was raised on every Disney Fairy Tale. In her quest to find her prince she made every mistake in the book. With the help of a mom who has been married 31 years and a grandma who broke all the rules, Erika's about to learn that 'Happily Ever After' still exists.
Once upon a time there was a girl who was raised on every Disney Fairy Tale. In her quest to find her prince she made every mistake in the book. With the help of a mom who has been married 31 years and a grandma who broke all the rules, Erika's about to learn that 'Happily Ever After' still exists.

THE BLACK GLASS

theatre · padua playwrights and the open fist theatre · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States
A blistering and darkly comedic deconstruction of corporate power in the age of Occupy Wall Street and internet porn. After hours, in an office in downtown Los Angeles, Bentham offers his daughter to the sinister McGivern in return for the CEO position at his LA-based corporation.
A blistering and darkly comedic deconstruction of corporate power in the age of Occupy Wall Street and internet porn. After hours, in an office in downtown Los Angeles, Bentham offers his daughter to the sinister McGivern in return for the CEO position at his LA-based corporation.