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I AM GOOGLE (2011)

comedy · kingswell productions · Ages 14+ · world premiere · one person show · United States
Visit me in person and ask me anything you want! See how I come up with quick answers to all your burning questions in 40 languages! Hang out with me and my friends Twitter, Facebook and Yahoo. Meet Craig and his list, Tom and his space, Wiki and his pedia! Help us mock our arch nemesis, Bing!
Visit me in person and ask me anything you want! See how I come up with quick answers to all your burning questions in 40 languages! Hang out with me and my friends Twitter, Facebook and Yahoo. Meet Craig and his list, Tom and his space, Wiki and his pedia! Help us mock our arch nemesis, Bing!

RHEETA IN SPACE

theatre · the assembly line theater · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States
A fun, fast, multimedia spectacle! Rheeta wants to leave Planet Zar after 764 years of being grounded. With the help of her pal Gay Cow, she hatches a plan. Will Rheeta finally get to see the universe? Using original music & dance, this show will boldly go where no show has gone before! A must see!
A fun, fast, multimedia spectacle! Rheeta wants to leave Planet Zar after 764 years of being grounded. With the help of her pal Gay Cow, she hatches a plan. Will Rheeta finally get to see the universe? Using original music & dance, this show will boldly go where no show has gone before! A must see!

A MESS OF THINGS: A NEW DOCUMENTARY MUSICPLAY

musicals and operas · tanglezone theater · Ages 12+ · family friendly · one person show · United States
When an eccentric inventor moves out of his home of 50 years, he and his family deal with resulting chaos. Using recorded interviews, poetry, video and live music, this piece is fuses radio documentary and experimental music theater. For fans of This American Life, Robert Ashley, and Laurie Anderson
When an eccentric inventor moves out of his home of 50 years, he and his family deal with resulting chaos. Using recorded interviews, poetry, video and live music, this piece is fuses radio documentary and experimental music theater. For fans of This American Life, Robert Ashley, and Laurie Anderson