WRESTLING WITH TOMORROW & SANTA'S SECRET: TWO ONE-ACT PLAYS

ensemble theatre · limoncelli/stevens productions · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States of America
In WRESTLING WITH TOMORROW, an amateur pro wrestler struggles to make a name for herself. In SANTA'S SECRET, a curmudgeonly mall Santa falls in love with a lingerie mannequin.
In WRESTLING WITH TOMORROW, an amateur pro wrestler struggles to make a name for herself. In SANTA'S SECRET, a curmudgeonly mall Santa falls in love with a lingerie mannequin.

ALTERNATIVE ACTS: THE LEFTOVERS

ensemble theatre · theatre of note · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
An hour of hilarious one acts featuring love in the time space continuum, pussy hats and cowboys, cat ladies and prison, a sexy solution to world peace and more. Intrigued? Of course you are! Come grab a drink and watch!
An hour of hilarious one acts featuring love in the time space continuum, pussy hats and cowboys, cat ladies and prison, a sexy solution to world peace and more. Intrigued? Of course you are! Come grab a drink and watch!

MOST MASSIVE WOMAN WINS

ensemble theatre · yridia's company · Ages 12+ · family friendly · United States of America
Four women of various shapes and sizes sitting in the waiting room of a liposuction clinic explore their perceptions of body image. Experiences that both haunt and empower these women as they imagine their way to a new vision of themselves as beautiful and whole.
Four women of various shapes and sizes sitting in the waiting room of a liposuction clinic explore their perceptions of body image. Experiences that both haunt and empower these women as they imagine their way to a new vision of themselves as beautiful and whole.

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...

FACE DIVIDED

ensemble theatre · michael antosy · Ages 18+ · United States of America
As Debbie and Freddie wait in an emergency room for news on their daughter, the couple struggle over who is to blame for her accident, ultimately facing the most important--and divisive--decision of their lives.
As Debbie and Freddie wait in an emergency room for news on their daughter, the couple struggle over who is to blame for her accident, ultimately facing the most important--and divisive--decision of their lives.

THE WOMEN OF LOCKERBIE BY DEBORAH BREVOORT

ensemble theatre · little earthquakes emsemble · Ages 14+ · United States of America
A modern, Greek tragedy about the triumph of love over hate written by Deborah Brevoort. A mother roams the hills of Lockerbie Scotland, looking for her son’s remains. She meets the women of Lockerbie, who are fighting to obtain the clothing of the victims found in the plane’s wreckage.
A modern, Greek tragedy about the triumph of love over hate written by Deborah Brevoort. A mother roams the hills of Lockerbie Scotland, looking for her son’s remains. She meets the women of Lockerbie, who are fighting to obtain the clothing of the victims found in the plane’s wreckage.

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!

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.

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.

F#@K I LOVE U: ALIVE!

ensemble theatre · lucky creates... · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
An inclusive cast telling stories delving into race, gender, sexuality, abuse, and acceptance. No issue unexplored in this dramedy having audiences laughing and crying using controversial issues of our current times.
An inclusive cast telling stories delving into race, gender, sexuality, abuse, and acceptance. No issue unexplored in this dramedy having audiences laughing and crying using controversial issues of our current times.

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.

THE GODDESSES GUIDE: ADURA FOR THE WOMEN OF AFRICAN DIASPORA

ensemble theatre · self-produced · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
Follow the revealing journey of three Yoruba goddesses as they grapple with the responsibility of creating a guide for black women trying to survive in a world that doesn't always allow them to thrive. *2018 Fringe Fest Scholarship Winner*
Follow the revealing journey of three Yoruba goddesses as they grapple with the responsibility of creating a guide for black women trying to survive in a world that doesn't always allow them to thrive. *2018 Fringe Fest Scholarship Winner*

A LIGHT ROMP THROUGH THE MINEFIELD OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT

ensemble theatre · rhombus ensemble · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States of America
Sexual harassment is so 2017, isn't it? Are there good guys? This plucky one-act exploits the comedy in a good old fashioned sexual harassment lawsuit. John is a mediocre lawyer with a hard core love obsession with his ex-wife and a small penchant for dick pics. Hilarity ensues!
Sexual harassment is so 2017, isn't it? Are there good guys? This plucky one-act exploits the comedy in a good old fashioned sexual harassment lawsuit. John is a mediocre lawyer with a hard core love obsession with his ex-wife and a small penchant for dick pics. Hilarity ensues!

BENEVOLENCE

ensemble theatre · producer · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
Through the lens of three separate stories, Benevolence is an original two act drama about how our most important decisions are rarely made by us.
Through the lens of three separate stories, Benevolence is an original two act drama about how our most important decisions are rarely made by us.

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.