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LUCINDA AND THE WOLVES

solo performance · planet migel media · Ages 13+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
The darkly humorous journey of a woman ever on the outskirts of showbiz in her quest to avoid a real job. Her 20 year decent into drugs & alcohol and her rocky recovery makes for a wild ride. Starring Sandi Milne, Written and Directed by Robyn Migel
The darkly humorous journey of a woman ever on the outskirts of showbiz in her quest to avoid a real job. Her 20 year decent into drugs & alcohol and her rocky recovery makes for a wild ride. Starring Sandi Milne, Written and Directed by Robyn Migel

KEEPING UP WITH THE PROZOROVS

comedy · unicornland partners · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
A dark, outrageous comedy about how Chekhov's Three Sisters finally made it to Moscow... and became the Kardashians.
A dark, outrageous comedy about how Chekhov's Three Sisters finally made it to Moscow... and became the Kardashians.

HOW TO BE LAZY AND NOT FEEL GUILTY

comedy · leaky faucet & sons · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States of America
A hilarious social satire about a woman who overworks herself until she goes mad! ...yay? Follow Jenine and a psychotic ensemble of characters - including her boss, family, Sponsors(tm), Satan and coworkers - as they collectively run her into the ground!
A hilarious social satire about a woman who overworks herself until she goes mad! ...yay? Follow Jenine and a psychotic ensemble of characters - including her boss, family, Sponsors(tm), Satan and coworkers - as they collectively run her into the ground!

JANE AUSTEN'S EMMA FRANKENSTEIN

comedy · sacred fools theater company · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
Monsters, music, and proper Regency manners! Looking to capitalize on the success of such mash-ups as "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies," Jane Austen brings us the story of the Woodhouse sisters and their search for love with the Frankenstein Family.
Monsters, music, and proper Regency manners! Looking to capitalize on the success of such mash-ups as "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies," Jane Austen brings us the story of the Woodhouse sisters and their search for love with the Frankenstein Family.