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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.

BLUE NIGHT/PERILOUS NIGHT

solo performance · n/a · Ages 18+ · one person show · United States of America
Rory Cello. I'm a private eye and a female person. Guy comes into my office one night: not good. There's a grisly death on railroad tracks; tortured love story. Time: 1957 maybe? Place: Midwest-ish? Genre: Noir poem. But no rhyming. Free show. So please come. I need the money.
Rory Cello. I'm a private eye and a female person. Guy comes into my office one night: not good. There's a grisly death on railroad tracks; tortured love story. Time: 1957 maybe? Place: Midwest-ish? Genre: Noir poem. But no rhyming. Free show. So please come. I need the money.

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It's Saturday night, and Erik and Connor are looking to get laid. When they try their luck on a hook-up app, the night takes a turn they never expected and their true desires are revealed.

A SHOW ON THE FRINGE OF FRINGE?

A show beyond this reality? A one-man cabaret about never, EVER fitting in. Told through four days in the 90's. Described as, "Reinventing the form," "amateur," "musically outstanding," "a waste of time," "earnest, heartbreaking, & real."

DOZED & CONFUSED

Carl Kozlowski fell asleep at the wheel of his car, made Oscar-winning actress Hilary Swank think he died mid-interview and had to race an LA bus at 90 mph. Now he's ready to share his craziest narcoleptic misadventures with you. Strap in!