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educational and very entertaining


SEX RATED G

solo performance · rocking treehouse productions · Ages 17+ · one person show · United States of America
SEX RATED G is a personal trip across Hollywood's unsettling sexual landscape. Lisa Verlo explores the subject while recounting her sexual resume with such candor that in the end SEX will no longer be a four-letter word.
SEX RATED G is a personal trip across Hollywood's unsettling sexual landscape. Lisa Verlo explores the subject while recounting her sexual resume with such candor that in the end SEX will no longer be a four-letter word.

UNAPOLOGETICALLY BLACK

solo performance · it's personal theatre company · Ages 16+ · one person show · United States of America
Unapologetically Black is the story of a California Girl trying to fit in. She hid her love for Madonna from her Black family in South Central L.A., and tried not to use Ebonics with her White friends in Northern Cali. Ain't that a shame? Today her identity is WAKANDA FOREVER!!!
Unapologetically Black is the story of a California Girl trying to fit in. She hid her love for Madonna from her Black family in South Central L.A., and tried not to use Ebonics with her White friends in Northern Cali. Ain't that a shame? Today her identity is WAKANDA FOREVER!!!

A SHOW ON THE FRINGE OF FRINGE?

A show beyond this reality? A one-man cabaret about never, EVER fitting in. Told through four days in the 90's. Described as, "Reinventing the form," "amateur," "musically outstanding," "a waste of time," "earnest, heartbreaking, & real."

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