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MIME TIME WITH JAMES DIRECT PRESENTS: GET OUT OF YOUR HEAD!

dance & physical theatre · james direct · Ages 5+ · family friendly · flashing lights · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
GET OUT OF YOUR HEAD is a zany ride of physical comedy and mime that's fun for the whole family.
GET OUT OF YOUR HEAD is a zany ride of physical comedy and mime that's fun for the whole family.

DISASTEROID!

the bicycats · Ages 10+ · United States of America
When an unlikely couple who just met are misled to believe the world is going to end, they scramble to make the most of their lives together, singing catchy songs along the way to their supposed doom. A charming, subversive, romantic, musical comedy.
When an unlikely couple who just met are misled to believe the world is going to end, they scramble to make the most of their lives together, singing catchy songs along the way to their supposed doom. A charming, subversive, romantic, musical comedy.

A PIECE OF WORK

solo performance · coyle & co · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
Through anecdotes and song, Laura Coyle tells a sharply funny and poignant story about growing up with a mom who some may call... A Piece of Work.
Through anecdotes and song, Laura Coyle tells a sharply funny and poignant story about growing up with a mom who some may call... A Piece of Work.

GLORIA

solo performance · vintage collective · Ages 1+ · family friendly · one person show · New Zealand
A fearless and fascinating one woman show that leaps into flickering wartime romances, swing time dance halls and lost sons to foreign fields. Set in Cincinnati, Ohio post WW2, GLORIA is the story of a New Zealand war bride facing adversity, struggling to find herself in exceptional circumstances.
A fearless and fascinating one woman show that leaps into flickering wartime romances, swing time dance halls and lost sons to foreign fields. Set in Cincinnati, Ohio post WW2, GLORIA is the story of a New Zealand war bride facing adversity, struggling to find herself in exceptional circumstances.

#ThriftyThursday: PWYC for 6/20 at 5pm!

MEG JO BETH AMY & LOUISA is offering Pay-What-You-Can tickets for our Thursday, June 20th 5pm. Based on Louisa May Alcott's classic novel, this is part biography, part adaptation, but definitely NOT your Marmee's Little Women.

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.

TEMPLE TANTRUM

"If they get you when you're a child, they've got you for life." Experience Nicole Steinwedell's One Woman Show about growing up in a Christian cult, internalizing her abusers, and finally reclaiming her life as her own! *CLICK IMAGE FOR TICKETS*