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I CAN HEAR YOU...BUT I'M NOT LISTENING

solo performance · jennifer jasper · Ages 15+ · one person show · United States
In an age of boundary-pushing shock comedy, Jennifer Jasper traffics in old-school humanistic comedy. In "I Can Hear You ... But I'm Not Listening" she presents a night of twisted and hilarious storytelling. Unscripted and improvised, her stories are brutally honest, poignant, and downright funny.
In an age of boundary-pushing shock comedy, Jennifer Jasper traffics in old-school humanistic comedy. In "I Can Hear You ... But I'm Not Listening" she presents a night of twisted and hilarious storytelling. Unscripted and improvised, her stories are brutally honest, poignant, and downright funny.

A GAY IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST

ensemble theatre · queer classics · family friendly · world premiere · United States
Oscar Wilde’s masterful comedy galavants through a world obsessed with appearances, money and social-status. (The polar opposite of Hollywood culture. Wink face.) By presenting the lovers as gay men, Queer Classics creates a play more hysterically fabulous than Oscar could get away with in his time.
Oscar Wilde’s masterful comedy galavants through a world obsessed with appearances, money and social-status. (The polar opposite of Hollywood culture. Wink face.) By presenting the lovers as gay men, Queer Classics creates a play more hysterically fabulous than Oscar could get away with in his time.

CONSIDER THE NIGHT

ensemble theatre · the others · world premiere · United States
Who do we become in darkness, unobserved? Inspired by texts from the Harlem Renaissance, the Left Bank, and the Mexican Revolution, this dark comedy follows groups of outsiders as they betray each other, make out, strip, kill, and discover just how badly they're capable of behaving.
Who do we become in darkness, unobserved? Inspired by texts from the Harlem Renaissance, the Left Bank, and the Mexican Revolution, this dark comedy follows groups of outsiders as they betray each other, make out, strip, kill, and discover just how badly they're capable of behaving.