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ENIGMA is poised to debut as Brooklyn's only interactive outdoor mystery theater, set in the streets of historic Brooklyn Heights.
Five working-class Philadelphians try to get by in a hostile economic environment with their hearts and minds intact.
Help Save The Historic Armour Theatre! Hollywood is forcing us to upgrade to new digital projection or go dark.
Portland's most experimental performance troupe enters the ring with America's best-loved play. November 14 - December 1, 2013
A member Showcase production of the annual festival, Sheherezade for PCSF. Dynamic short plays by talented local area playwrights
A reading of a new musical, which tells the story of architect Daniel Burnham, serial killer H.H. Holmes and the1893 World's Fair.
A live scored shadow theater production featuring 3D special effects—a spectacle unlike any you’ve ever seen.
Help get Greyman Theatre Company's production of DANI GIRL: An Original Musical to Dallas' Out of the Loop Fringe Festival!
The 2013 Bay One Acts Festival (BOA) spotlights new work from local artists. Your pledge helps sustain a Bay Area theater tradition.
Are you a boy or a girl? You can only pick one, and you had better get it right. This is a show about answering that question.
Little Bird Theater brings life to vacant spaces with pop-up productions by local playwrights.
We are busy training and rehearsing for our first full length production premiering at LaMama this February. Get excited!
CRAB HOUSE - A brand new dark comedy musical premiering Off-Broadway in New York City in October 2011.
"The Last Days of Judas Iscariot" by Stephen Adly Guirgis. August 23- Sept 8th. Chicago IL. It's finally happening.
A Sci-fi play in several vignettes that will narrate an alternate history in the mid-20th century.
Set in 1963, John struggles to find the meaning of life after dropping out of college and now living at home.
A series of snapshots, with original music & the mad joy of dress-up, dozens of characters are trying to remember what Love looks like.
Acclaimed director Aleksey Burago stages a delicious collection of short stories by Anton Chekhov at the historic Stanton Street Shul.
An exhibit celebrating the visual legacy of American theatrical costuming spanning more than 50 years and over a dozen productions.
We're turning the cult TV show into an immersive, hilarious, interactive theatrical adventure; expect riddles, monsters & spellcasting