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BEST OF INK PRESENTS CHARLIE MOOSE MAKES HIS MOVE

2cents theatre group · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States of America
A deliciously dark comedy about an unlikely friendship between a socially inept young boy & a morbidly obese novelist. They both seek refuge from a dismal reality in the worlds of their respective imaginations, exploring the dangers of living solely in the space where imagination & memory converge.
A deliciously dark comedy about an unlikely friendship between a socially inept young boy & a morbidly obese novelist. They both seek refuge from a dismal reality in the worlds of their respective imaginations, exploring the dangers of living solely in the space where imagination & memory converge.

DESERT WARRIOR

solo performance · ross john gosla · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
A boy on the brink of becoming a Jedi stands accused for his involvement in the atrocious and controversial scandal that lost Hilary Clinton the 2016 Election. Based on true events.
A boy on the brink of becoming a Jedi stands accused for his involvement in the atrocious and controversial scandal that lost Hilary Clinton the 2016 Election. Based on true events.

WINNER BEST SOLO PERFORMANCE & ENCORE: UNDER THE JELLO MOLD

paris avenue productions · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
Her post-mortem instructions were hidden in a very specific place - but in the time leading up to her mom’s death, a woman (Jennie Fahn) uncovered more about her than could be contained in any envelope. A comedy about life, loss, and being of sound mind and body.
Her post-mortem instructions were hidden in a very specific place - but in the time leading up to her mom’s death, a woman (Jennie Fahn) uncovered more about her than could be contained in any envelope. A comedy about life, loss, and being of sound mind and body.

AN EVENING WITH JOHN WILKES BOOTH

solo performance · loyd j. schwartz · Ages 12+ · family friendly · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
History tells us that John Wilkes Booth was the evilest of men. He may well have been a villain, but he was also human, and his story demands to be told.
History tells us that John Wilkes Booth was the evilest of men. He may well have been a villain, but he was also human, and his story demands to be told.