A humorous and poignant look at life past 40 and times when "man planned and God laughed" as seen through the eyes of a middle-aged, single gay man. The show includes bad dates, the highs and lows of dealing with life's unplanned events, illness, wellness, and ultimately, hope.
John Michael needs your help with cooking his mom’s meatball recipe on stage to summon her from the dead so she can meet/approve of his boyfriend. Daddy John Michael will reward audience members who play his significant others with beer & shots. "Hilarious...Beguiling...Heartfelt...Goofy." —Theatrejones.com
If you like drug-crazed, murderous drag queens, Nazi bukkake, Jesus on acid, and peppy choreography to classic hits, RUN, don't walk to see Showerhead! "Like John Waters directing a Hunter S. Thompson screenplay." "This is the kind of theatre your mother warned you about!"
When the leaders of Russia and the United States meet behind closed doors...what really happens? Love is in the air in this zany, out-there play about Mikhail Gorbachev and Ronald Reagan. Witness the end of The Cold War and the beginning of a hot romance.
A tale of secret lives, revealed Scripture, and dildos, I, Nephi recounts the true story of a man reconciling the world of his family with the culture of his sexuality, asking "What's gained—and lost—embracing who you are?"
A funny love story, but without the sex. Its more important than that.—John Belden. IndyFringe veteran playwright, Casey Ross, returns with the final chapter of her critically acclaimed Gallery Trilogy. Proudly sponsored by The Geeky Press, Canvas follows two artist-best friends through a decade of their extraordinarily human lives.
A comedian’s attempt to discover the mythological beast known as TRUTH—if it even exists. It's what you've always wanted, a comedic solo show of philosophy, politics, rhetoric, and bullsh*t.
What happens before once upon a time and after happily ever after? Did Beauty love the Prince or the Beast? What’s all the fuss about poisoned apples anyway? Join storyteller Laura Packer for the other side of enchantment. No Disney princesses, singing teapots or emasculated wolves. Darker. Sexier. Funnier. Grimmer.
How do you find yourself when you have no idea where you might be? The story of one man's autobiographical journey to find himself and the love for his mother, after struggling with years of abuse, neglect, and coming to terms with his sexuality.
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JJ Marie Gufreda’s Left-Hander in London – The Earthquake offers sarcastic wit and banter–and a message–that will appeal to any gender, orientation, or (maybe) political view. JJ’s talents as a singer, songwriter, musician, and advocate for equality give us a delightfully wicked look at the LGBTQ world.