TAGGED WITH WORLD PREMIERE

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SIN: A POP OPERA

The devil, separated from her ex-husband God, brings two people together to prove who the real "sinner" is in this lively, sung-through pop/rock opera that mixes elements of Fosse, "Rocky Horror" and "Tommy" into a "sin"-fully sexy new concoction!
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RESERVE CHAMPION

After the death of his beloved grandfather, 9-year-old Chris is terrified of his own mortality. And his closet. And Christmas. Then he meets a skittish pony named Atom Ant. As two boys in the girlie world of show jumping, they learn that the world’s not as scary when you put yourself second.
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BACKWARDS: A COMEDY ABOUT TRAUMA

Backwards: A Comedy About Trauma is an irreverent and innovative look into a dystopian TV land where pop culture and rape culture collide.
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"ADAM AND EVE AND STEVE" A MUSICAL

A world premiere musical farce based on Biblical Adam and Eve story. A fun Comedy with a brilliant cast.
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WE HAVE OTHERS

Brent (aka Professor Dust-off) drops in unannounced on an estranged friend to bury the hatchet and hitch a ride to the Valley. Instead, he finds Adi, an illegal sub-letter and former Israeli solider who sells hair straighteners at the Fox Hills Mall.
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CORKTOWN ‘57

Emotions run high and battle lines are drawn when family and political loyalties collide in a powerful new family drama by John Fazakerley. Tony-nominated director Wilson Milam (The Lieutenant of Inishmore) helms a distinguished ensemble cast in the world premiere of Corktown ’57.
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MURDER BLOOD BEAR STORY

MURDER BLOOD BEAR STORY By Katelyn Schiller Directed by Payden Ackerman It’s about happiness. No, really! JUNE 5TH TO 25TH http://hff15.org/2122
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LOVE, LOCS, AND LIBERATION BY ELLA TURENNE

Blending poetry, song and humor, Ella Turenne unlocks the history of “locs” experienced by Black women, revealing mishaps and triumphs.
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CITIZEN: AN AMERICAN LYRIC

The Fountain Theatre presents a world premiere theatrical event: ‘Citizen: An American Lyric.' Claudia Rankine’s acclaimed book of poetry about race in America brought to the stage by playwright Stephen Sachs, director Shirley Jo Finney.
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MERELY PLAYERS

Some musicals should never see the light of day. From audition sign-ups to opening night, we join the cast and creatives of an ill-fated new musical "Bus Stop." The success-hungry director and amateur performers find some much needed help from the most unexpected place: The Audience.
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SPIDERPOCALYPSE! A LOW-BUDGET HORROR FILM FOR THE STAGE

The terrifying story of what happens when spiders grow tired of being squashed by humans and seek their revenge! Can humanity survive the arachnid insanity? You’ll be talking about it for days….if you survive! A live midnight movie on stage! Get caught in its web!
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THE TROUBLE WE COME FROM

Charlie finds himself at a crossroads in his life, with the news that his girlfriend is expecting. He confides in his best friend that he has recently crossed paths with other women in his life, including previous girlfriends, and in this tangled web of relationships, is unsure about commitment.
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WATCHING O.J.

On October 3, 1995, tensions ran high across Los Angeles as people awaited the verdict in the O.J. Simpson murder trial. Twenty years to the day, David McMillan’s new play returns to the scene with a passionate, multi-racial perspective on that crucial day.
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CAFé SOCIETY

Five self-absorbed customers find themselves trapped together in Starbucks in the latest off-beat comedy from Emmy Award-winning writer Peter Lefcourt.
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MORAL IMPERATIVE

What would you do if killing someone would make the world a better place?