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THE PHYSICISTS

ensemble theatre · last tape productions · Ages 12+ · United States of America
"The Physicists" is an absurd comedy about dark political matters. It takes place in an insane asylum where two patients strongly believe that they are the physicists Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein while a third patient believes that he is speaking to King Solomon.
"The Physicists" is an absurd comedy about dark political matters. It takes place in an insane asylum where two patients strongly believe that they are the physicists Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein while a third patient believes that he is speaking to King Solomon.

TOO MANY HITLERS OR: THE DECOY DECAMERON

ape x · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States of America
***ENCORE AWARD WINNER*** **STAGE RAW'S TOP 10!** One bunker. Nine Hitlers. What could go wrong? From the director and writer & star of HFF2016's Encore! Award-winning ‘Tony Danza’s Letterz 2 2pac: an evening with Tony Danza’. World Premiere
***ENCORE AWARD WINNER*** **STAGE RAW'S TOP 10!** One bunker. Nine Hitlers. What could go wrong? From the director and writer & star of HFF2016's Encore! Award-winning ‘Tony Danza’s Letterz 2 2pac: an evening with Tony Danza’. World Premiere

KING OF THE BEANIE BABIES

comedy · melissa strype · Ages 12+ · one person show · United States of America
Melissa Strype makes her solo debut in "King of the Beanie Babies," an original one-woman-show in which she teaches her Beanie Babies what she's learned in the past 20 years. With lessons ranging from dolphin rides to pubic hair, join Melissa and 13 Beanie B's on the ride of a weektime.
Melissa Strype makes her solo debut in "King of the Beanie Babies," an original one-woman-show in which she teaches her Beanie Babies what she's learned in the past 20 years. With lessons ranging from dolphin rides to pubic hair, join Melissa and 13 Beanie B's on the ride of a weektime.

BONO AND THE EDGE WAITING FOR GODOMINO'S

comedy · independent · world premiere · United States of America
Bono orders a pizza deivery to get back in touch with the Common Man in this “Waiting for Godot” parody that skewers celebrity culture, blind faith, and pretentious theater.
Bono orders a pizza deivery to get back in touch with the Common Man in this “Waiting for Godot” parody that skewers celebrity culture, blind faith, and pretentious theater.