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An original musical comedy about corruption, depression, and death! In the future, medicine has come a long way, now that The Meds are using lower class humans as their test subjects. After all, everyone wants to live forever - except one test subjects who happens to be suicidal.
Mother. Daughter. Sister. Soldier. The Foundry Theatre Works presents Merri Biechler’s OCCUPATION, a riveting exploration of endurance in a terrorist ravaged America. Five women grasp for hope and humor in their new role as survivors. One Defends. One Searches. One Delivers. One Tattoos. One Buries.
The Lamprey must navigate the criminal world of L.A., a masked killer looking to take her out and the to do list her husband gave her. SOMEONE must get vengeance for her murdered partner and get the kids to Romp and Roll, and that someone is the Lamprey. This might be the best weekend of her life!
After a series of heartbreaks, comedian and storyteller Christopher Piehler finds his own way of recovering from getting dumped: going on horseback riding trips around the world. From Ireland to Scotland to Hungary to Malibu to Australia, he falls off horses, into bogs, and back into love.
Self-described interpersonal dynamics guru Kate Carden takes her audience on a hilarious and heartbreaking exploration of relationships and reality, seasoned with adult language and candid sexual references. But, just when Kate is on the verge of clarity, an unexpected discovery changes everything.
A hilarious night of new dark comedy shorts on life, love, hate and human imbecility. Like Netflix and Chill, old school style. With BAG O' BONES Collective Producing, award winning Raegan Payne Writing, and Tinks Lovelace directing, fun is on fleek and for real.
Comedian Kay Monroe tackles race, gender, and sexuality during a stand up routine that becomes an authentic experience. Her journey explores our innate nature to attach ourselves to labels, titles, and identities. Challenging this need, she combines them all to lose her Labitity.
Back in the 70's on a hippy commune, siblings Aurora and Polaris were raised to be "Lightbringers" for a changing planet. But darkness now calls to a middle-aged Larry, and flaky Aurora may be his only chance against a collapsing black hole of depression - if the space aliens don't get him first.
She blindfolded herself not out of devotion for her husband but as a protest to arbitrary male power and dynasty politics. It was not Gandhari who chose to block sunlight out of her life; it was us who turned a blind eye and deaf ear to a woman’s pain, a wife’s pleas and a mother’s cries.