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SORRY ABOUT MY FRIEND

comedy · terrible two productions · Ages 18+ · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America
In 2006, Danielle and Katie meet as roommates their freshman year of college, falling into instant friendship and sisterhood. Watch these two monsters navigate love, life and loss in an hour long dramedy that follows the girls through each semester of college.
In 2006, Danielle and Katie meet as roommates their freshman year of college, falling into instant friendship and sisterhood. Watch these two monsters navigate love, life and loss in an hour long dramedy that follows the girls through each semester of college.

THE INSTITUTE FOR THE OPPOSITE OF LONGING

ensemble theatre · lindsay beamish and vanessa peters · Ages 12+ · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America
The Institute for The Opposite of Longing can cure that thing deep in the pit of your body. But what happens when its owners and operators can’t let go of the little boy they had to give back? Please enter the Opposite of Longing Chamber. We can help you. The process is simple.
The Institute for The Opposite of Longing can cure that thing deep in the pit of your body. But what happens when its owners and operators can’t let go of the little boy they had to give back? Please enter the Opposite of Longing Chamber. We can help you. The process is simple.

NORMALER THAN EVERYONE

solo performance · normaler productions and fringe management, llc · Ages 12+ · world premiere · one person show · 70 mins · United States of America
A musical featuring multi-instrumentalist and award winning polymath Brian Joseph. Through songs, words and photos, he presents a funny and moving portrait of a cancer caregiver, enraged by soup and ghosts. “…Joseph is an actor, singer and songwriter of the first order.” - Oakland Tribune
A musical featuring multi-instrumentalist and award winning polymath Brian Joseph. Through songs, words and photos, he presents a funny and moving portrait of a cancer caregiver, enraged by soup and ghosts. “…Joseph is an actor, singer and songwriter of the first order.” - Oakland Tribune