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ANITA BRYANT'S PLAYBOY INTERVIEW

comedy · big queen productions · Ages 18+ · includes nudity · world premiere · United States
In 1977, Anita Bryant won a campaign to overturn gay rights in Dade County, Florida, launching a right wing movement that remains with us today. In 1978, she agreed to sit down with Playboy Magazine for an outrageous and memorable interview that is recreated live on stage for the first time.
In 1977, Anita Bryant won a campaign to overturn gay rights in Dade County, Florida, launching a right wing movement that remains with us today. In 1978, she agreed to sit down with Playboy Magazine for an outrageous and memorable interview that is recreated live on stage for the first time.

MARIKO PASSION'S WHORRIFIC CABARET

cabaret & variety · mariko passion media · Ages 21+ · United States
Come support the Whorrific Cabaret in its first Hollywood Fringe Festival featuring sex worker singer/visual artist Mariko Passion and band with a lineup of other amazing sex worker & ally performers who will be curated to dazzle, educate, delight and enlighten your mind and body!
Come support the Whorrific Cabaret in its first Hollywood Fringe Festival featuring sex worker singer/visual artist Mariko Passion and band with a lineup of other amazing sex worker & ally performers who will be curated to dazzle, educate, delight and enlighten your mind and body!

THE KLINGONS HAVE ARRIVED!

Star Trek, Marlowe, Zero G! A once in a lifetime opportunity to see Tamburlaine and Klingons together. "EPIC!" "Not to be missed!" "Genius"

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Five Pieces of Paper

How do you tell a story about the Holocaust without it being overwhelming? You sing in Yiddish, act, tell stories, puppeteer, clown, and bake... “Beautifully courageous and authentic performance. I laughed, I cried, and I was deeply moved.”