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THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING OSCAR

fearless imp entertainment · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America
'The Importance Of Being Oscar' follows Oscar Wilde at the end of his life. Released from prison, he discusses love, loss, morality and lack thereof. A whimsical and heartbreaking tribute, laced with Wilde’s own words.
'The Importance Of Being Oscar' follows Oscar Wilde at the end of his life. Released from prison, he discusses love, loss, morality and lack thereof. A whimsical and heartbreaking tribute, laced with Wilde’s own words.

FROM TOILET TO TINSELTOWN

maddieness · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
Moaning Myrtle, everybody's favorite ghost from the Harry Potter series, is doing her one woman show - a chance for her to finally be seen (figuratively, of course).
Moaning Myrtle, everybody's favorite ghost from the Harry Potter series, is doing her one woman show - a chance for her to finally be seen (figuratively, of course).

SPACEMAN

ensemble theatre · looking glass · Ages 15+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America
A mother and daughter have rescued a drowning man amidst a reckless storm. They take the man in to care for him when he soon reveals that he is from the future and his space ship crash landed into the sea.
A mother and daughter have rescued a drowning man amidst a reckless storm. They take the man in to care for him when he soon reveals that he is from the future and his space ship crash landed into the sea.

BLACKBALLED

ensemble theatre · red flag media productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
Following the team owners' struggles to bring their underfunded league to prominence despite the odds; "BlackBalled" is an intimate look at the rise and fall of Negro League Baseball.
Following the team owners' struggles to bring their underfunded league to prominence despite the odds; "BlackBalled" is an intimate look at the rise and fall of Negro League Baseball.

MEANWHILE, BACK AT THE SUPER LAIR

ensemble theatre · the new american theatre · Ages 13+ · United States of America
New American Theatre presents comedy by award-winning playwright Greg Kalleres. Powerless crimefighters Human Fly, Silver Streak, Rhino Man and Leopard Woman share a city-funded apartment Under investigation by an efficiency expert, they face eviction and brand new super-villain.
New American Theatre presents comedy by award-winning playwright Greg Kalleres. Powerless crimefighters Human Fly, Silver Streak, Rhino Man and Leopard Woman share a city-funded apartment Under investigation by an efficiency expert, they face eviction and brand new super-villain.

YELLOW WALLPAPER

ensemble theatre · denise m. barrett · Ages 8+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America
A woman in 1950's America is taken to a remote Victorian house to recover from her nerves, only to descend slowly in to madness by the torturing wallpaper she has to endure and the woman haunting her. A blend of live performance and animation.
A woman in 1950's America is taken to a remote Victorian house to recover from her nerves, only to descend slowly in to madness by the torturing wallpaper she has to endure and the woman haunting her. A blend of live performance and animation.

Straight White Men #trying to Woke

5 comedies about confused white guys FANDOM–contemplating politics POLITE RACISM–analyzing ethnicity SUICIDE PACT–tolerating millennials BRITTLE TROMBONE–fretting money FANTASY FOOTBALL–grasping identity

The Elephant Man

The Elephant Man (Top Rated Show in LA on Better Lemons, Top Ten in LA on Stage Raw, Top Three Pick of the Week from LATimes) is back for 3 SHOWS at the gorgeous Assistance League Theater Come see this profound story brought to stunning life!

Diversity In Comedy

The Color Collective: The critically acclaimed variety show is back with an all-new show! We believe that no matter what color you are, you deserve to see yourself on stage and have your voice heard. Use the code: COLORCOLLECTIVE for 30% off!

Sunbathe in Darkness

In the distant past of 2007, Casey writes fanfiction for the hit Alfie Wunderkid series of books. She writes really, really, really bad fanfiction. On purpose.