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DISASTEROID!

the bicycats · Ages 10+ · United States of America
When an unlikely couple who just met are misled to believe the world is going to end, they scramble to make the most of their lives together, singing catchy songs along the way to their supposed doom. A charming, subversive, romantic, musical comedy.
When an unlikely couple who just met are misled to believe the world is going to end, they scramble to make the most of their lives together, singing catchy songs along the way to their supposed doom. A charming, subversive, romantic, musical comedy.

BEST FRIEND

sullfloat productions · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America
Following a family tragedy, Ben seeks solace in his childhood friend Andrew and his fiancée Lilly. But with Ben comes emotional baggage, toxic behavior, and a stubborn worldview that tests the couple's patience and threatens their relationship. A play about your unwoke friend.
Following a family tragedy, Ben seeks solace in his childhood friend Andrew and his fiancée Lilly. But with Ben comes emotional baggage, toxic behavior, and a stubborn worldview that tests the couple's patience and threatens their relationship. A play about your unwoke friend.

WITH MY EYES SHUT

cruthaigh productions · Ages 12+ · United States of America
Two nuero-divergent millennials work to portray emotions and find connection in a world that wasn’t made for them. A love story between Cole -a musical savant- and Naomi -a dance prodigy who feels in color- that explores how we make connections, when typical forms of connection aren’t available.
Two nuero-divergent millennials work to portray emotions and find connection in a world that wasn’t made for them. A love story between Cole -a musical savant- and Naomi -a dance prodigy who feels in color- that explores how we make connections, when typical forms of connection aren’t available.

MET AGAIN

One More Chance · theatre unleashed · world premiere · United States of America
A moving new play by Jacob Smith, "Met Again" takes a look at the entirety of a unique but familiar relationship, from beginning to end, and how those big and small moments, connections, talks, fights, celebrations and experiences all come to mean something more.
A moving new play by Jacob Smith, "Met Again" takes a look at the entirety of a unique but familiar relationship, from beginning to end, and how those big and small moments, connections, talks, fights, celebrations and experiences all come to mean something more.