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CATHARSIS

solo performance · the goddess · Ages 15+ · family friendly · world premiere · one person show · 30 mins · United States of America
CATHARSIS is a solo show created to process one’s personal journey towards self-recognition amidst the (de)stabilizing effects of adoption. Megh invites audiences to occupy her [head]space as she uses poetry, movement, and sound to remember her histories and explore her futures.
CATHARSIS is a solo show created to process one’s personal journey towards self-recognition amidst the (de)stabilizing effects of adoption. Megh invites audiences to occupy her [head]space as she uses poetry, movement, and sound to remember her histories and explore her futures.

45 MILLIGRAMS

ensemble theatre · enk · Ages 16+ · world premiere · 33 mins · United States of America
Two roommates in a mental institution complain to their doctor about an imaginary man.
Two roommates in a mental institution complain to their doctor about an imaginary man.

"HELLO AMERICA"

ensemble theatre · cbg arts / inglewood theater group · Ages 14+ · world premiere · 90 mins · United States of America
Hello America is a riveting production that chronicles the journey of 7 black men's masculinity, spirituality, fatherhood, sexuality, love, lust & identity through the use of creative storytelling, monologue, audience interaction, film & music.
Hello America is a riveting production that chronicles the journey of 7 black men's masculinity, spirituality, fatherhood, sexuality, love, lust & identity through the use of creative storytelling, monologue, audience interaction, film & music.

AN AMERICAN VIDEO STORE

ensemble theatre · 100% productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America
Taking place over 3 pivotal moments in the history of the American Video Store, our intimate story of clerks and customers examines the rise and fall of a cultural phenomenon that defined a generation.
Taking place over 3 pivotal moments in the history of the American Video Store, our intimate story of clerks and customers examines the rise and fall of a cultural phenomenon that defined a generation.

HOW TO ADULT!

ensemble theatre · cliffhangers productions · Ages 15+ · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America
One summer evening, five friends gather to drink and celebrate a big accomplishment. Over the course of the party, tensions arise and truths are revealed as the group comes to terms with who they were, who they are, and who they are about to become.
One summer evening, five friends gather to drink and celebrate a big accomplishment. Over the course of the party, tensions arise and truths are revealed as the group comes to terms with who they were, who they are, and who they are about to become.

THE RIDE

solo performance · ramy el-etreby presents · Ages 14+ · one person show · 50 mins · United States of America
THE RIDE is a tale about struggling to reconcile seemingly conflicting identities: Gay, Arab, and Muslim. After being outed publicly in the LA Times, Ramy’s relationship with his family becomes strained as does his faith in God, sending him down a dark hole where he loses touch with his true self.
THE RIDE is a tale about struggling to reconcile seemingly conflicting identities: Gay, Arab, and Muslim. After being outed publicly in the LA Times, Ramy’s relationship with his family becomes strained as does his faith in God, sending him down a dark hole where he loses touch with his true self.

Jessie's Messy Mind

A "crazy" solo show that makes a mental difference. Jessie is an artist with schizo-affective whose show is a refreshing, humorous look into the heart of mental difference. You'll either leave enlightened or simply lightened up!

Five Pieces of Paper

How do you tell a story about the Holocaust without it being overwhelming? You sing in Yiddish, act, tell stories, puppeteer, clown, and bake... “Beautifully courageous and authentic performance. I laughed, I cried, and I was deeply moved.”

WHOAH! LOOKS GOOD! Seriously. #Seriously

From 2x winners of Best of Fringe! Boxing Your Demons: Like if David Lynch became a health/fitness influencer and made an immersive theatre show about cognitive dissonance. Cute workout clothes and chakra crystals recommended. #gratitude