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D IS FOR DOG

theatre · rogue artists ensemble · Ages 12+ · flashing lights · United States
For the Roger’s family life is just like a 1950s sitcom—or is it, as they confront their history and identity before it is too late. Mixing puppetry, original music and video projection, taking you from the absurd to the terrifying, and everywhere in-between. Winner Ovation Award Puppet Design.
For the Roger’s family life is just like a 1950s sitcom—or is it, as they confront their history and identity before it is too late. Mixing puppetry, original music and video projection, taking you from the absurd to the terrifying, and everywhere in-between. Winner Ovation Award Puppet Design.

URBAN MYTHS-SUBURBAN SLUTS

theatre · stinki pinki productions · Ages 17+ · United States
A spoken word onslaught with the use of white trash invasion costuming and a sticky environment. Stinki Pinki Prod., Betsy Moore and Parisa Fakhri, take you on a metaphorical road trip from suburbia heaven to reality ridden hell.
A spoken word onslaught with the use of white trash invasion costuming and a sticky environment. Stinki Pinki Prod., Betsy Moore and Parisa Fakhri, take you on a metaphorical road trip from suburbia heaven to reality ridden hell.

THE FOOL AND THE RED QUEEN

theatre · padua playwrights productions, inc. · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States
In his newest play, legendary poet-playwright Murray Mednick experiments with archetypes to explore human nature & the process of theater. Gary, a down-on-his-luck actor, finds himself at a nightmarish audition where we, the audience, discover the magical ability of theater to create new realities.
In his newest play, legendary poet-playwright Murray Mednick experiments with archetypes to explore human nature & the process of theater. Gary, a down-on-his-luck actor, finds himself at a nightmarish audition where we, the audience, discover the magical ability of theater to create new realities.

BOXWINDOWDOOR

theatre · ice cream palace and bella production · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States
WINDOW debuts the second Act of box Window door at the 2012 Hollywood Fringe Festival! This original production sets the stage on fire with a live installation performance of movement, music, sculpture, light and language using the transformative power of dreams.
WINDOW debuts the second Act of box Window door at the 2012 Hollywood Fringe Festival! This original production sets the stage on fire with a live installation performance of movement, music, sculpture, light and language using the transformative power of dreams.

BEFORE THE RED TREES COME

dance & physical theatre · harrison bergeron productions & geniuspills entertainment · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States
A world premiere, silent play exploring themes of love, religion, consumerism, aging, and the relationship between generations. The play follows one man, named Capire, as he lives out his entire life on stage.
A world premiere, silent play exploring themes of love, religion, consumerism, aging, and the relationship between generations. The play follows one man, named Capire, as he lives out his entire life on stage.

THE BLACK GLASS

theatre · padua playwrights and the open fist theatre · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States
A blistering and darkly comedic deconstruction of corporate power in the age of Occupy Wall Street and internet porn. After hours, in an office in downtown Los Angeles, Bentham offers his daughter to the sinister McGivern in return for the CEO position at his LA-based corporation.
A blistering and darkly comedic deconstruction of corporate power in the age of Occupy Wall Street and internet porn. After hours, in an office in downtown Los Angeles, Bentham offers his daughter to the sinister McGivern in return for the CEO position at his LA-based corporation.

TEARING THE WORLD APART

dance & physical theatre · notjusttheater · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States
What would it take to effect real change, even if it meant the destruction of our world as we know it. Combining multi-media projections with physical theater, live action painting, original music, and text, we invite you to come with us to the brink of destruction, and the birth of a new beginning.
What would it take to effect real change, even if it meant the destruction of our world as we know it. Combining multi-media projections with physical theater, live action painting, original music, and text, we invite you to come with us to the brink of destruction, and the birth of a new beginning.

FLESH EATING TIGER

theatre · fierce backbone · Ages 15+ · United States
Vicious dark humor chronicles an affair under the influence in this Los Angeles premiere from writer/director Amy Tofte. He struggles with sobriety, She's dependent on his affection.
Vicious dark humor chronicles an affair under the influence in this Los Angeles premiere from writer/director Amy Tofte. He struggles with sobriety, She's dependent on his affection.

LOLPERA

musicals and operas · the epic futurists · United States
LA Weekly's "Pick of the Week," LOLPERA, is an absurd multimedia opera with a libretto created only from captions of internet memes. Set in dystopian Catcotopia 2084, LOLPERA is the story of the epik quest for meaning in our modern world ...told entirely through stupid cat pictures.
LA Weekly's "Pick of the Week," LOLPERA, is an absurd multimedia opera with a libretto created only from captions of internet memes. Set in dystopian Catcotopia 2084, LOLPERA is the story of the epik quest for meaning in our modern world ...told entirely through stupid cat pictures.

DIARY OF A SOCIOPATHIC FREAKAZOID

theatre · brooklyn studio lab · Ages 18+ · United Kingdom
Diary of a Sociopathic Freakazoid is an experimental theatrical experience where we dive into the black heart and mind of a New York sociopath using theatrical, musical and installation elements.Written and Directed by Richard Crawford and starring Zoe Rosario, Ruthie Stephens and Bertrand Roy.
Diary of a Sociopathic Freakazoid is an experimental theatrical experience where we dive into the black heart and mind of a New York sociopath using theatrical, musical and installation elements.Written and Directed by Richard Crawford and starring Zoe Rosario, Ruthie Stephens and Bertrand Roy.