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Algorithmism
Chaos Theatre
Writer: Alex Hersler
Director: Richard C. Aven
An autonomous robot is creating art. And people are buying it. In this explosive two-hander, a fallow painter and his powerful agent dismantle their long relationship as they discover the depth of asking: can machine-made art still speak to humans?
0h 0m   Local   Brooklyn, New York   
Drama   Comedy   
      




All Together Now
Writer: Ilana Simons
You're invited: Lie down in this tent of projected light. Animated videos play a dreamscape overhead as this psychologist and Virginia Woolf scholar tells an intimate story of love, betrayal, redemption, and marrying a man just like Daddy.
0h 0m   Local   Brooklyn, NY   
Solo Show   Multi-Media   
   




Amelia and her Paper Tigers
Bond Street Theatre
Writer: Heddy Lahmann-Rosen and Ilanna Saltzman
Director: Heddy Lahmann-Rosen and Ilanna Saltzman
Amelia Earhart: famed adventurer, mystery-shrouded role model, and banjo player??! Explore Amelia's legacy and discover the challenges she faced through music, puppetry, circus arts, and an array of unforgettable characters from her life. Good for ages 4 to 104!
0h 0m   Local   Manhattan, New York   
FringeJR   Comedy   
   




American Strippers
Epic Theatre Company
Writer: Kevin Broccoli
Director: Kevin Broccoli
Choreographer: Ronald Lewis
When the Greek goddesses throw a bachelorette party and crash a legendary strip club run by American folk heroes like Pecos Bill and Johnny Appleseed, all Hades breaks loose. Myth, sex, romance and culture clash in this outrageous cosmic comedy.
0h 0m   National   Providence, Rhode Island   
Comedy   Drama   
   




And Then: a science fiction folk event
Writer: The Ensemble
Director: Will Davis
Choreographer: Leanne Velednitsky
8 people, 6 instruments, billions of stars... you’re in for a Science Fiction Folk Event! A hearty group assembles a gripping tale, accessorized with folk music, to explore the never ending questions. A 60-minute journey you don’t want to miss!
0h 0m   Local   NYC, Manhattan   
Musical/Opera   Drama   




At the Crossroads: Music for Faust
Modern Robot
Writer: Ben Singer
A live film score to the 1926 silent film "Faust". A beautifully restored projection to open your mind to the art of early film production and mesmerizing, composed music to open your heart to an eternally relevant story.
National   Greensboro, NC   
Performance Art   Musical/Opera   
      




At The Flash
At The Flash
Writer: Sean Chandler & David Leeper
Director: David Zak
"At The Flash" is a mind-bending, multi-character history of a gay bar seen through the experiences of five specific, yet universal characters who's stories ricochet and collide through a whirlwind of interwoven scenes spanning five eras of gay history.
0h 0m   Local   Manhattan, New York   
Solo Show   Drama   
      




auto/PHOBIA
colectivadoszeta / carlos a. cruz velazquez
Writer: N/A
Director: Carlos A. Cruz Velazquez
Choreographer: Carlos A. Cruz Velazquez
Autophobia (n.) phobia of isolation; a morbid fear of abandonment, or a dread of being alone or isolated. Through the exploration of these themes auto/PHOBIA looks to transform loneliness and how the self-adapts to its ever-present specter.
0h 0m   Local   Brooklyn, NY   
Dance   Performance Art   
      



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