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RIOT GRRRL SAVES THE WORLD

ensemble theatre · will play for food theatre group · Ages 15+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
When a Jehovah’s Witness stumbles into a Riot Grrrl meeting, beliefs are challenged on all sides. But with the Apocalypse just around the corner, these teen punk prophets must band together to save the world by making zines, rocking out and navigating the beginning of love at the End of Days.
When a Jehovah’s Witness stumbles into a Riot Grrrl meeting, beliefs are challenged on all sides. But with the Apocalypse just around the corner, these teen punk prophets must band together to save the world by making zines, rocking out and navigating the beginning of love at the End of Days.

FRIENDS LIKE THESE

ensemble theatre · theatre unleashed · Ages 13+ · United States of America
"GO!" - LA Weekly. "...a must see play and will put a knot in your stomach by the end." - L.A. Theatre Review. The story of a very particular group of kids and what happens when the secrets, lies and deception between them spiral out of control, exploding into violence and tragedy.
"GO!" - LA Weekly. "...a must see play and will put a knot in your stomach by the end." - L.A. Theatre Review. The story of a very particular group of kids and what happens when the secrets, lies and deception between them spiral out of control, exploding into violence and tragedy.

A WAY TO REACH ME

events & workshops · corner theater · Ages 16+ · United States
Four intersecting lives are pieced together through their emails, gchats, texts, and skype calls. A political blogger struggles over a nasty break-up, and deepening entanglements with his roommate and best friend, as he writes a career-making article tracking New York’s same-sex marriage vote.
Four intersecting lives are pieced together through their emails, gchats, texts, and skype calls. A political blogger struggles over a nasty break-up, and deepening entanglements with his roommate and best friend, as he writes a career-making article tracking New York’s same-sex marriage vote.

IMPROVISATION

ensemble theatre · heartland plays · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States
Hidden agendas reveal potential truths that gravely affect the relationships and sanity of three women in an acting exercise challenging the audience to separate truth from fiction regarding friendship, marriage, family, love, abuse and betrayal.
Hidden agendas reveal potential truths that gravely affect the relationships and sanity of three women in an acting exercise challenging the audience to separate truth from fiction regarding friendship, marriage, family, love, abuse and betrayal.

MADE IN AMERICA

ensemble theatre · chest of diamonds · United States
An Afghan-American War Hero returns home after a his new auto-biography becomes a best seller, to his only family remaining, a resentful younger brother under a country in crisis.
An Afghan-American War Hero returns home after a his new auto-biography becomes a best seller, to his only family remaining, a resentful younger brother under a country in crisis.

THE CITY LIGHTS

ensemble theatre · bgba media group · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States
Four women find themselves intertwined in the everyday monatany of city life when very drastically things change for them all. An absurdist style performance that leaves the audience guessing exactly how these women will continue living in the city lights.
Four women find themselves intertwined in the everyday monatany of city life when very drastically things change for them all. An absurdist style performance that leaves the audience guessing exactly how these women will continue living in the city lights.

RUNAWAY: THE STORY OF AN OUTLAW

ensemble theatre · read between the lines productions · Ages 13+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States
A notorious Outlaw recounts his experience with love and loss.
A notorious Outlaw recounts his experience with love and loss.

MY BROTHER

ensemble theatre · intact productions and five points productions · Ages 13+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States
What makes a monster? MY BROTHER is the story of John Wilkes Booth, and the relationships and dreams that brought him to assassinate the most beloved President in US History, as viewed through the eyes of those who knew him the best - his family
What makes a monster? MY BROTHER is the story of John Wilkes Booth, and the relationships and dreams that brought him to assassinate the most beloved President in US History, as viewed through the eyes of those who knew him the best - his family

OPEN MIKE

solo performance · openmike · Ages 13+ · world premiere · one person show · United States
As relentless as an energizer bunny on crack, Mike leads us on a true, inspiring, hilarious musical journey of resilience through schizophrenia, Chippendales, Bible abuse, Broadway, dying-twice, plastic surgery and Hollywood. By award winning tv, Film and Broadway actor Mike Cline.
As relentless as an energizer bunny on crack, Mike leads us on a true, inspiring, hilarious musical journey of resilience through schizophrenia, Chippendales, Bible abuse, Broadway, dying-twice, plastic surgery and Hollywood. By award winning tv, Film and Broadway actor Mike Cline.

ECHO PARK

comedy · one small instrument · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States
A collection of short scenes, each taking place in the various cars stuck in the same traffic jam.
A collection of short scenes, each taking place in the various cars stuck in the same traffic jam.

INDEPENDENCE

ensemble theatre · v watson productions · Ages 14+ · United States
A bold, moving, and darkly funny family drama from Tony- and Pulitzer-nominated playwright Lee Blessing. Three sisters must contend with their mentally-ill mother and confront the demons of their past to forge a new, imperfect road to independence. Directed by industry veteran Vernee Watson.
A bold, moving, and darkly funny family drama from Tony- and Pulitzer-nominated playwright Lee Blessing. Three sisters must contend with their mentally-ill mother and confront the demons of their past to forge a new, imperfect road to independence. Directed by industry veteran Vernee Watson.

LET ME OUT 2014

ensemble theatre · mb stage productions · Ages 16+ · United States
John, Luke, Jessica, Mona and Courtney have been friends all throughout high school. Once they graduated they went their separate ways. But can the group still be friends after a year away from each other?
John, Luke, Jessica, Mona and Courtney have been friends all throughout high school. Once they graduated they went their separate ways. But can the group still be friends after a year away from each other?

"THE MERMAID WHO LEARNED HOW TO FLY"

solo performance · sage siren productions · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States
What happens when we allow love to be the ground we stand upon instead of our dreams? Find out in this one-woman journey into the depths of forgetting who you are and the heights of remembering. Directed by: Jessica Johnson Written by and starring: Kyla Garcia
What happens when we allow love to be the ground we stand upon instead of our dreams? Find out in this one-woman journey into the depths of forgetting who you are and the heights of remembering. Directed by: Jessica Johnson Written by and starring: Kyla Garcia

A PRAYER FOR THE INFIDEL

ensemble theatre · kaleidoscope productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States
Set in Haight-Ashbury in the Summer of 1968, during the height of the Counterculture Movement, Black Panther Huey Newton's murder/kidnapping trial, and local university protests, A Prayer for the Infidel explores the passions, sacrifices and broken dreams of those called to a life of revolution.
Set in Haight-Ashbury in the Summer of 1968, during the height of the Counterculture Movement, Black Panther Huey Newton's murder/kidnapping trial, and local university protests, A Prayer for the Infidel explores the passions, sacrifices and broken dreams of those called to a life of revolution.

ANIMAL STORIES

ensemble theatre · brand new theatre · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States
In an inpatient stay at a mental institution, Carla Waters undergoes therapy for a recent loss. Carla struggles to understand herself and others, and discern what’s real or not. A presentation of USC’s premier student group, Brand New Theatre, this is an experimental play by Molly Sharpe.
In an inpatient stay at a mental institution, Carla Waters undergoes therapy for a recent loss. Carla struggles to understand herself and others, and discern what’s real or not. A presentation of USC’s premier student group, Brand New Theatre, this is an experimental play by Molly Sharpe.