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SAVING SHAKESPEARE

events & workshops · saving shakespeare · Ages 35+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America
Shakespeare: "What's the big deal, amiright?" With 20 years teaching and performing experience, married couple Krisha & Cam Deaver will give students of all ages a jump-start to Shakespeare. Maybe he's a big deal because he could change your life. Come see.
Shakespeare: "What's the big deal, amiright?" With 20 years teaching and performing experience, married couple Krisha & Cam Deaver will give students of all ages a jump-start to Shakespeare. Maybe he's a big deal because he could change your life. Come see.

MAGIC AS MEDIUM

cabaret & variety · siegfried tieber · Ages 16+ · world premiere · 50 mins · United States of America
An exploration of classic and neoclassic pieces of magic, viewed from a contemporary perspective. An interactive performance that invites audience members to become active participants, guided by storyteller and sleight of hand artist Siegfried Tieber.
An exploration of classic and neoclassic pieces of magic, viewed from a contemporary perspective. An interactive performance that invites audience members to become active participants, guided by storyteller and sleight of hand artist Siegfried Tieber.

SIREN CALL

ensemble theatre · cerise films · Ages 12+ · includes nudity · world premiere · 30 mins · United States of America
"The siren call is driving me to my end, like a ship to wreck on rocks". Two frustrated actors accidentally kidnap their favorite movie star... or is it really her? What is identity in a world where myths are stronger than we dare think?
"The siren call is driving me to my end, like a ship to wreck on rocks". Two frustrated actors accidentally kidnap their favorite movie star... or is it really her? What is identity in a world where myths are stronger than we dare think?

MONKEY MIND

musicals and operas · international music net · Ages 7+ · world premiere · 90 mins · United States of America
We watch Lacy, a teen, wrestle with her MONKEY MIND (Played by characters who sing and dance around her on stage). Life's troubles drive her to near suicide till she learns to "stay in the now" and control her out of control brain. Suicide theme and some swearing.
We watch Lacy, a teen, wrestle with her MONKEY MIND (Played by characters who sing and dance around her on stage). Life's troubles drive her to near suicide till she learns to "stay in the now" and control her out of control brain. Suicide theme and some swearing.

START SWIMMING

ensemble theatre · indomitus theatre · Ages 15+ · flashing lights · 45 mins · Canada
Do young people have the power to create change? How do they fight unseen powers that manipulate their fear when the rules keep changing? With Pavlovian consequences & Orwellian overtones, this play questions authority & the definition of freedom, while exploring the journey of revolution.
Do young people have the power to create change? How do they fight unseen powers that manipulate their fear when the rules keep changing? With Pavlovian consequences & Orwellian overtones, this play questions authority & the definition of freedom, while exploring the journey of revolution.