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SHIVA FOR ANNE FRANK

solo performance · rachel mckay steele · Ages 13+ · world premiere · one person show · 1hr · United States of America
Shiva for Anne Frank celebrates girlhood, Jewish identity, the life of an extraordinary young woman and begs the question- should one Jewish comedian make Anne Frank's death about herself. $1 from each ticket sold will be donated to www.rescue.org. Arrive early to nosh.
Shiva for Anne Frank celebrates girlhood, Jewish identity, the life of an extraordinary young woman and begs the question- should one Jewish comedian make Anne Frank's death about herself. $1 from each ticket sold will be donated to www.rescue.org. Arrive early to nosh.

TRANSFERENCE

comedy · artepollo productions · Ages 16+ · world premiere · 55 mins · United States of America
A woman awakens from hypnotherapy and remembers all of her past lives. And that her therapist has been the love of her life in every lifetime. Transference tells the story of a woman hoping to get it right, and that this life won't end in one of their premature deaths.
A woman awakens from hypnotherapy and remembers all of her past lives. And that her therapist has been the love of her life in every lifetime. Transference tells the story of a woman hoping to get it right, and that this life won't end in one of their premature deaths.

SQUEEZE MY CANS

solo performance · cathy schenkelberg · Ages 13+ · one person show · 75 mins · United States of America
Squeeze My Cans is back for the final run in LA.A true journey in to and out of Scientology through the rabbit hole of this infamous cult, representing an everyday woman’s story of a young adult searching for her place and purpose in life which is moving, hilarious, heart-breaking and redemptive.
Squeeze My Cans is back for the final run in LA.A true journey in to and out of Scientology through the rabbit hole of this infamous cult, representing an everyday woman’s story of a young adult searching for her place and purpose in life which is moving, hilarious, heart-breaking and redemptive.

THE LAST CROISSANT

ensemble theatre · the attic collective · Ages 13+ · 90 mins · United States of America
We all go to the woods for our own reasons. Imogen wants Frederick’s love. He wants to see a rare bird. Toby wants to find herself. Ranger Dave wants to help. Bear needs everyone to please remain calm. Nine crowded campers will take you to the campfire to ponder loneliness, gender, and great snacks.
We all go to the woods for our own reasons. Imogen wants Frederick’s love. He wants to see a rare bird. Toby wants to find herself. Ranger Dave wants to help. Bear needs everyone to please remain calm. Nine crowded campers will take you to the campfire to ponder loneliness, gender, and great snacks.

SUNBATHE IN DARKNESS

comedy · skyejack productions · Ages 15+ · world premiere · 80 mins · United States of America
In the distant past of 2007, Casey writes fanfiction for the hit Alfie Wunderkid series of books. She writes really, really, really bad fanfiction. On purpose. As the fanfiction comes to life, what started out as a joke slowly morphs into a way for her to cope with the reality of being a teenager.
In the distant past of 2007, Casey writes fanfiction for the hit Alfie Wunderkid series of books. She writes really, really, really bad fanfiction. On purpose. As the fanfiction comes to life, what started out as a joke slowly morphs into a way for her to cope with the reality of being a teenager.

(IM)PERFEKT

solo performance · jannica olin · Ages 13+ · family friendly · world premiere · one person show · 1hr · United States of America
What if that which you identify with suddenly disappeared? Who would you be then? Jannica lost all her hair to Alopecia within 6 months. Just like that. But her worst nightmare turned out to be a blessing. Sometimes you need to literally lose a part of yourself in order to find who you truly are.
What if that which you identify with suddenly disappeared? Who would you be then? Jannica lost all her hair to Alopecia within 6 months. Just like that. But her worst nightmare turned out to be a blessing. Sometimes you need to literally lose a part of yourself in order to find who you truly are.