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50 SHADES OF SHAKESPEARE

ensemble theatre · la new court theatre · Ages 21+ · United States of America
Grab a drink and enjoy a raucous night of Shakespeare's greatest love scenes performed by 2 women and 2 men. Here's the rub: Every night the audience picks who plays what role, so each performance is a salacious surprise. Free yourself from gender expectations and enjoy the ride...
Grab a drink and enjoy a raucous night of Shakespeare's greatest love scenes performed by 2 women and 2 men. Here's the rub: Every night the audience picks who plays what role, so each performance is a salacious surprise. Free yourself from gender expectations and enjoy the ride...

SMOKE

ensemble theatre · rogue machine theatre · Ages 18+ · includes nudity · United States of America
"You get to choose what happens to you," John tells Julie at a kink-play party. She's an aspiring dropout living in her famous parents' shadow; he's her dad's intern. They instantly connect, but with ambitions and knives bared and sex an open question, the encounter pushes them further than imagined
"You get to choose what happens to you," John tells Julie at a kink-play party. She's an aspiring dropout living in her famous parents' shadow; he's her dad's intern. They instantly connect, but with ambitions and knives bared and sex an open question, the encounter pushes them further than imagined

(IM)PERFEKT

What if that which you identify with suddenly disappeared? In (IM)PERFEKT, Jannica takes us on a journey of exploring and uncovering that which we think we are, have to be and maybe, ultimately aren’t.

Have you locked your heart, Elder?

Elder P. happily accepted the call to serve a Mormon mission in Sweden. He promised to lay aside all personal relationships for that entire time, accepting instead the constant scrutiny of a 24/7 working missionary companion. Then *she* showed up…

In Conclusion:

They have it all: cash, charm, and connections. Playing by different rules. So when a boy is found dead and two more stand to hang, justice is under the microscope and we have to ask: how did we get here, where are we going and do we have a choice?