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Calm Mom
Lady 180 Productions
Writer: Book and Lyrics by Gaby Gold, Music by Tom Corrado, Paul Fujimoto, Gaby Gold, Mike Hart, Mitch Lance and Dina Pruzhansky
Director: Theresa Gambacorta
Award-winning lyricist Gaby Gold's mother - once-accompanied by Barry (Manilow) - trades her glamorous cabaret life for parenting. When near-tragedy threatens Gaby's infant son, she explores the chaos, hysteria and love of motherhood through original songs, stories...and rap.
0h 0m   Local   Hawthorne, New York   
Solo Show   Musical/Opera      




Canuck Downunder
Jessica Kazamel and Joseph Hayward
Writer: Jessica Kazamel
Director: Joseph Hayward
Jess, mourning the tragic loss of her brother, discovers how the "tweet generation" has redefined the grieving process and what remains once we die. An autobiographical play that'll make you think twice before posting your next selfie.
0h 0m   Local   Brooklyn, New York   
Comedy   Drama   
   




Catalyst
2050 Legacy
Writer: Aisha Jordan and Rafael Jordan Scriptwriters, Ensemble Members Poetry authors
Director: Jana Lynne Umipig
Choreographer: Danae Hannah, Tim Costa
Amidst society on the brink of meltdown, six strangers face the final hours. With stirring spoken word, music, and imagery, Catalyst questions, will the six survive each other long enough to build a new world for what remains of humanity.
0h 0m   National   Amherst, Massachusetts    
Drama   Spoken Word/Poetry   
      




ChipandGus
Fat Knight Theatre
Writer: John Ahlin and Christopher Patrick Mullen
Director: John Ahlin and Christopher Patrick Mullen
Two oddball acquaintances meet once a month over a ping pong table. But this night is different. This night there is something else in the room. A fast, furious, surprising comedy with balls.
0h 0m   Local   Manhattan, New York   
Comedy   Drama   
      




The Cleaning Guy
Emerging Artists Theatre
Writer: Paul Adams, Music by Paul Adams and Matt Casarino
Director: Melissa Attebery
Emerging Artists presents a hilarious journey of one man's dealings with the dirty secrets of apt dwellers in NYC. A wild ride with original musical numbers that give you a voyeuristic view of what lies behind their doors.
0h 0m   Local   Manhattan, New York   
Solo Show   Musical/Opera   
   




The Co-Operatives
BedRock Productions
Writer: Derran Moss-Dalmau
When Ramon died, he lost a beautiful 2 bedroom with park views. When everyone else found out, they lost their minds. As the residents of the Co-Op race to the bottom to claim the apartment, lies are the only truths worth telling.
0h 0m   Local   Manhatttan, NY   
Comedy   Drama         
   




Colorblind'd
Grace Banks
Writer: Kirk White
Can’t get tickets to Hamilton? Come see the second best show in NYC about non-traditional casting! An obscure, low-rent college theatre department becomes a national punch line when its sole African American professor casts a white girl as Rosa Parks.
0h 0m   Local   Scotch Plains, New Jersey   
Comedy   Drama   
      




The Company Incorporated
Writer: Julie Katz
Director: Lexi Diamond
A colossal San Francisco company with a mission to "make an aspect of an industry better" is right-sizing the workforce, and not everyone is along for the ride. Meet your core-value-living coworkers in this biting satire on modern corporate culture.
0h 0m   National   San Francisco , California    
Comedy   Drama   
      




The Coward: a Madcap Fairytale
The National Theatre of MatMadia
Writer: Maddy Campbell
Director: Matt Phillips
Possessed by a Monster, a submissive castle maid runs around murdering people to fuck with the insane Demon Queen Gregory. Steeped in feminine vulgarity, this absurdist fairytale is drenched in confetti and blood. So shield those precious eyes, you cowards.
0h 0m   Local   Brooklyn, New York   
Comedy   Clown/Mask   
      




Cuntagious
Kaytlin Bailey
Writer: Kaytlin Bailey
Director: Sue Scarborough
If the world worked the way Kaytlin’s father thought it did, she would dead. But she isn’t. Kaytlin began having sex for money in high school. No bills & no drug habit, just arrogant curiosity. This is her story.
0h 0m   Local   Raleigh, North Carolina   
Solo Show   Comedy   
      




The Curse of the Babywoman
BIG Theatre Company
Writer: Mike Wirsch
Director: Olivia Hartle
Shrubtown is a small town for small-minded people preoccupied by social mores and the new Bob's Big Boy. But everyone has secrets, and one secret toddles to life every night. Can Shrubtown stand up to a creature that can barely walk?
0h 0m   Local   New York, NY   
Comedy   Drama   
      



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