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BEST OF INK PRESENTS CHARLIE MOOSE MAKES HIS MOVE

2cents theatre group · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States of America
A deliciously dark comedy about an unlikely friendship between a socially inept young boy & a morbidly obese novelist. They both seek refuge from a dismal reality in the worlds of their respective imaginations, exploring the dangers of living solely in the space where imagination & memory converge.
A deliciously dark comedy about an unlikely friendship between a socially inept young boy & a morbidly obese novelist. They both seek refuge from a dismal reality in the worlds of their respective imaginations, exploring the dangers of living solely in the space where imagination & memory converge.

WHY WE BECOME WITCHES

solo performance · vinegar tom · Ages 10+ · one person show · United States of America
This occult comedy of manners follows Laura Willowes, a spinster, as she does everything possible to get her family to leave her alone - including making a deal with Satan.
This occult comedy of manners follows Laura Willowes, a spinster, as she does everything possible to get her family to leave her alone - including making a deal with Satan.

DEFINITION OF MAN

dance & physical theatre · xx and xy · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
A "sexier, more violent Waiting for Godot," Definition of Man is a highly physical post-modern decreation myth that explores the struggles and impossibilities of communication from the perspectives of XX and XY.
A "sexier, more violent Waiting for Godot," Definition of Man is a highly physical post-modern decreation myth that explores the struggles and impossibilities of communication from the perspectives of XX and XY.

THE BRICK: A ONE MAN MUSICAL

solo performance · bill berry · Ages 13+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
It’s been said that there are three deaths: First when your body ceases to function. Second when your body is put in its grave. And third, that moment, sometime in the future, when your name is spoken for the last time. This may be the last time. Written by Bill Berry. Directed by Kelly De Sarla.
It’s been said that there are three deaths: First when your body ceases to function. Second when your body is put in its grave. And third, that moment, sometime in the future, when your name is spoken for the last time. This may be the last time. Written by Bill Berry. Directed by Kelly De Sarla.

HERE COMES RUTHERFORD

solo performance · me myself and i company · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
A story of connection
A story of connection

LAS GARCIA - BEYOND ENCORE

solo performance · ortegart/lok's angeles productions · Ages 16+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
Dreams are contagious and meant to be shared. But what happens when a nightmare creeps in there too? Las García is a docudrama about two women of the same bloodline, living in different generations, yet experiencing the same circumstances: The afflictions that love brings.
Dreams are contagious and meant to be shared. But what happens when a nightmare creeps in there too? Las García is a docudrama about two women of the same bloodline, living in different generations, yet experiencing the same circumstances: The afflictions that love brings.

QUANTUM ENTANGLEMENT

ensemble theatre · lucid dramatics · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
Quantum Entanglement : The most romantic theory in physics. A love story on the smallest scale imaginable. Particles. Light. A portrait of a nuclear family awakened by a fractured past, and an experiment to connect them all. (Also there's a cat.) No science brain needed!
Quantum Entanglement : The most romantic theory in physics. A love story on the smallest scale imaginable. Particles. Light. A portrait of a nuclear family awakened by a fractured past, and an experiment to connect them all. (Also there's a cat.) No science brain needed!

THIS OUR NOW

n/a · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States of America
In today’s ‘Age of Anxiety’, two couples tell two more-or-less modern love stories: They fall in love, fall apart, and fail to connect in this complex and thoroughly modern exploration of emotional defense mechanisms.
In today’s ‘Age of Anxiety’, two couples tell two more-or-less modern love stories: They fall in love, fall apart, and fail to connect in this complex and thoroughly modern exploration of emotional defense mechanisms.