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COMIC-CON THE MUSICAL

musicals and operas · laura watkins & nicholas david brandt · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America
Comic-Con The Musical is a comedy with original music that follows a trio of con-attendees on their path to friendship, artistry, and inner acceptance. With guidance from a Dungeon Master and belief in their “superpowers,” they might just win a life-changing con-contest and even save the world!
Comic-Con The Musical is a comedy with original music that follows a trio of con-attendees on their path to friendship, artistry, and inner acceptance. With guidance from a Dungeon Master and belief in their “superpowers,” they might just win a life-changing con-contest and even save the world!

6 FIGURES

comedy · hill three productions · Ages 21+ · includes nudity · world premiere · United States of America
3 dark comedy one act plays that explore one on one relationships. Directed by ABC Executive Producer, Stacy Traub
3 dark comedy one act plays that explore one on one relationships. Directed by ABC Executive Producer, Stacy Traub

50% SCOTTISH, 100% CRAZY, LET'S LAUGH

comedy · new millennium productions · Ages 16+ · one person show · Canada
A comedy about family, taking risks, and embracing change, a journey from Toronto to Edinburgh. Honest, entertaining and personable, Michelle connects with audiences with her open mind, and ability to cope with life's curve balls. She turned getting laid off into a new career, let's laugh together!
A comedy about family, taking risks, and embracing change, a journey from Toronto to Edinburgh. Honest, entertaining and personable, Michelle connects with audiences with her open mind, and ability to cope with life's curve balls. She turned getting laid off into a new career, let's laugh together!

SECRET IDENTITY CRISIS

paul yen · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
A super one-man show about an actor’s struggle with identity. Paul Yen explores the different masks Asian Americans wear through the eyes of Batman, Superman, and Spiderman. Yen reimagines their origin stories weaving a historically humorous tale of the Asian American experience.
A super one-man show about an actor’s struggle with identity. Paul Yen explores the different masks Asian Americans wear through the eyes of Batman, Superman, and Spiderman. Yen reimagines their origin stories weaving a historically humorous tale of the Asian American experience.

VINTAGE BOX

comedy · stage against the machine · Ages 13+ · family friendly · flashing lights · United States of America
A love letter to classic tv shows
A love letter to classic tv shows

Tell Me About Your Daddy

A modern Freud makes an irreverent analysis of ’The Gay’ (deconstructing four archetypes, tribalism, & internalized homophobia) while prescribing the need to label others as a way of self-identity–until his experiment spins wildly out of control!

#CANCELLED: The Play

Staying relevant is a full-time job, and the last thing you want to be is #Cancelled. A washed up child star. An up-and-coming music producer. An “influencer-by-accident”. What do they have in common? An internet scandal big enough to break them.

Discount Code "Sins19" for $10 Tickets!

Fringe 2019's best kept secret! We would tell you what it's about, but everyone agrees- it's best not to know! #What'sYourSin?

Walking on Eggshells in Stilettos

Walking On Eggshells In Stilettos: A dark comedy about bipolar disorder & child abuse. With characters, multimedia, physical comedy, we journey with Ann-Marie as she steps out of negative patterns into her own power, self love & some sexy stilettos!