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RESA FANTASTISKT MYSTISK

comedy · burglars of hamm · Ages 13+ · United States of America
WINNER OF THE HFF18 "TOP OF FRINGE" AWARD! Burglars of Hamm present this unknown masterpiece by Swedish master Lars Mattsun (1849-1912) — a mysterious journey into a world of art, sexuality and madness. “Consistently, smartly funny and delightfully original.”-NY Times
WINNER OF THE HFF18 "TOP OF FRINGE" AWARD! Burglars of Hamm present this unknown masterpiece by Swedish master Lars Mattsun (1849-1912) — a mysterious journey into a world of art, sexuality and madness. “Consistently, smartly funny and delightfully original.”-NY Times

MARILYN MONROE: THE LAST INTERVIEW

One More Chance · paris productions · Ages 18+ · includes nudity · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
"Marilyn Monroe: The Last Interview" (the raw truth of a hollywood legend), based on her final interview for Life Magazine in 1962, explores the life, loves, career, and tragedies in Marilyn's life.
"Marilyn Monroe: The Last Interview" (the raw truth of a hollywood legend), based on her final interview for Life Magazine in 1962, explores the life, loves, career, and tragedies in Marilyn's life.

JAKE & THE ANGEL

comedy · thromabone productions · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States of America
Can a Hollywood producer succeed in ending it all without his self-serving, pain in the ass guardian angel getting in the way?
Can a Hollywood producer succeed in ending it all without his self-serving, pain in the ass guardian angel getting in the way?

VILLAIN - AN AMERICAN STORY

ensemble theatre · from the gut creations · Ages 13+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
"Villain" compares the lives of two families who have to deal with the aftermath of the same tragedy, the shooting of a black teenage boy by a white police officer. To live righteously, must we create a villain?
"Villain" compares the lives of two families who have to deal with the aftermath of the same tragedy, the shooting of a black teenage boy by a white police officer. To live righteously, must we create a villain?