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A VERY DIE HARD CHRISTMAS

comedy · theatre unleashed · Ages 13+ · flashing lights · United States of America
High above the city of L.A., a team of terrorists has seized a building, taken hostages, and declared war. One man has managed to escape. An off-duty cop hiding somewhere inside. He's alone, tired...and he doesn't like Christmas. Yippee Ki-Yay.
High above the city of L.A., a team of terrorists has seized a building, taken hostages, and declared war. One man has managed to escape. An off-duty cop hiding somewhere inside. He's alone, tired...and he doesn't like Christmas. Yippee Ki-Yay.

LAST CHRISTMAS

ensemble theatre · fringe management and combined artform · Ages 14+ · one person show · United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
HOLLYWOOD ENCORE PRODUCERS' AWARD Winner, tvolution.com Gold Medal Winner and #SeeItLA. Added show this Friday, June 29 @ 8:30 p.m. West Coast Premiere of the Edinburgh Fringe hit (**** The Scotsman).
HOLLYWOOD ENCORE PRODUCERS' AWARD Winner, tvolution.com Gold Medal Winner and #SeeItLA. Added show this Friday, June 29 @ 8:30 p.m. West Coast Premiere of the Edinburgh Fringe hit (**** The Scotsman).

To Richard!

A world premiere from Hollywood and Edinburgh Fringe award winner Jessica Durdock Moreno. A white lady and a Latino man cross paths in the woods of Connecticut. Chaos ensues. Hilarity abounds. There may be hugging. Discount code HUG for $10 tickets.

Jessie's Messy Mind

As an artist living with schizo-affective, Jessie reveals mental difference in a refreshing new way. With original music, hilarious alternate personalities and a look inside a true manic episode, you'll see crazy like you've never seen it before.

Cirque du Giselle

Cirque du Giselle is a dark & tragic love story of deceit, heartbreak, consequences, & redemption – where love eventually triumphs over vengeance from the grave & beyond. Brought to life on the stage in a swirl of aerial & cirque magic!

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?