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ART AND ABOLITION

solo performance · level ground · Ages 10+ · family friendly · world premiere · one person show · Kenya
The story of a black queer woman who journeys from Atlanta to Africa to restore justice through the arts. As a child she suffers sexual abuse which causes deep trauma, but finds healing and community through the arts. She then moves to Africa and uses the arts to bring healing to other young girls.
The story of a black queer woman who journeys from Atlanta to Africa to restore justice through the arts. As a child she suffers sexual abuse which causes deep trauma, but finds healing and community through the arts. She then moves to Africa and uses the arts to bring healing to other young girls.

TOYS

independent · Ages 15+ · one person show · Australia
Tricked, sold, used and broken. Toys delves into the dark shadows of sex trafficking where children are products stripped to the core. Mixing dance, theatre and film, Toys captures the chilling cycles of abuse, exchange and sexual corruption in which playthings worldwide are entrapped.
Tricked, sold, used and broken. Toys delves into the dark shadows of sex trafficking where children are products stripped to the core. Mixing dance, theatre and film, Toys captures the chilling cycles of abuse, exchange and sexual corruption in which playthings worldwide are entrapped.

Cirque du Giselle

Cirque du Giselle is a dark & tragic love story of deceit, heartbreak, consequences, & redemption – where love eventually triumphs over vengeance from the grave & beyond. Brought to life on the stage in a swirl of aerial & cirque magic!

Submit Now: New Filmmakers LA

Create and enter a film in "On Location: The LA Video Project" and have a shot at winning over $60k in prizes!

Nancy F***ing Reagan

NANCY F***ING REAGAN - A world premiere play by Daniel Hurewitz, directed by Larry Margo. July 12 – August 4, 2019 at the Secret Rose Theatre, North Hollywood, CA 91601. Fridays/Saturdays at 8PM, Sundays at 2PM. Promo code: NFRNFR for 50% off tickets

Greenwood 1964

This brilliantly crafted fictional debate between Mr. Poitier and Mr. Belafonte eloquently explores the individual approaches on how to achieve liberation for people of color.