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The Erotic Life & Times of August Jones is a one-man show written and performed by Jacob Wheeler. Wheeler takes audiences on a journey, unveiling the roots of August Jones' early introduction to and understanding of sexuality and eroticism. From his first attempt at sex to his self-awarded black belt in orgasmic pleasure, his story is punctuated by song and erotic poetry, all of which are complemented by erotic photography.
You are entering another dimension — a dimension of sight, sound, and laughs. Eight scenes, each based on iconic Twilight Zone episodes, include murderous children, killer dolls, and of course, a gremlin on an airplane wing. These are tales of mischief and mayhem that can only be found here…in A Fifth Dimension.
Note: Memorize and recite an opening narration from any Twilight Zone episode for a $5 ticket!
Beatles songs come to life, not with music, but as stories and situations. A cast of 15 presents this world-premiere theatrical tribute for fans of the Fab Four and anyone who imagines a world where all you need is love. Imagine is written by Claude Solnik and directed by Thom O'Connor.
When a senseless act of violence changes her life forever, a liberal college professor finds herself drawn to the very weapon used to perpetrate the crime — and to the irresistible feeling of power that comes from holding life and death in her hands. Peering down the barrel of a uniquely American crisis, she begins to suspect that when it comes to gun violence, we're all part of the problem.
Roundabout Underground presents On the Exhale, a provocative world premiere from Martín Zimmerman (Netflix's Narcos), directed by Tony nominee Leigh Silverman (Violet). Staged with heart-pounding intensity in Roundabout's intimate Black Box Theatre, this play draws you into the white-hot center of one of the most divisive — and most urgent — debates in the United States.
The Plurality of Privacy Project in Five-Minute Plays (P3M5) is a transatlantic theater project initiated to explore the value of privacy. In cooperation with the Goethe-Institut Washington, theaters across the United States and Europe have commissioned playwrights to write five-minute plays themed around the question, "What does privacy mean to you in the digital age?" The results are being presented in different formats by a network of theaters between January 2017 and June 2018. These performances, staged readings, and community forums create an artistic and cultural dialogue centered around varying American and European understandings of privacy.
Note: Performance dates and locations vary. For more information, visit the Goethe-Institut website (URL below).
Welcome to Joyful Path, a meditational bed-and-breakfast located in the serene Mojave Desert...
Five guests check in for a peaceful and reflective getaway from the stresses of their everyday lives. But when the bed-and-breakfast's bizarre brochure gives a shout-out to a Nepalese guest killed under mysterious circumstances, a sinister conspiracy lurking underneath the surface takes shape. As suspicions mount and questions arise, the bed-and-breakfast begins to show its teeth. Can the guests keep their chakras centered, or will they be swallowed whole?
Aimee Todoroff and Tonya Pinkins direct three poignant, tantalizing plays by two pioneering women playwrights. The plays explore gender roles, race, and death in early 20th-century America. This evening of one-act works includes Trifles (1916) and The People (1918) by Susan Glaspell as well as Exit: An Illusion (1929) by Marita Bonner.
Violence and betrayal, angels and prophets, villains and kings, and chickens. Who rises to rule and how far will he fall in the clown kingdom of Who Would Be King? This epic production by Liars & Believers swings from absurd buffoonery to high tragedy, with kinetic physicality, silliness, swords, and a live synthwave score.
Strap on your ruby slippers, and join the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, the Lion, Dorothy, and her little dog too for this adaptation of The Wizard of Oz. Lots of people love this classic story of the girl who wakes up in a strange land filled with witches, munchkins, and monkeys — and befriends a cowardly lion, a tin man without a heart, and a scarecrow with no brain in her quest to find her way back home. Journey down the yellow brick road through the land of Oz to meet the wizard while humming along to memorable songs from the Oscar-winning film, including "Over the Rainbow," "We're Off to See the Wizard," and "If I Only Had a Brain."