Tim Murphy’s Kuwaiti Moonshine is a dark one-man comedy/tragedy about teaching in Kuwait. Read the full review.
Dirk Darrow’s on the case in this one man comedy film noir magic murder mystery. Read the full review.
Mark Shyzer’s Fishbowl is one man, four characters, all very different, all very outrageous, all very… fringe? Read the full review.
John Grady tells the true story of a man and his dog; about love, loss, and overcoming. Read the full review.
The Orleans Young Players present character and share with the audience in It Is What It Is. Read the full review.
Paddy McCullagh’s R U Smarter Than an Irishman is a game-show styled show that pits Paddy and the Irish-descended audience members against the rest of the audience in a battle of wits.Read the full review.
Lady Business’s I’m Not Crying in the Bathroom, I’m Crying in the Supply Closet, is an all-woman sketch comedy show. Read the full review.
Ever wondered how the story would have went down if Romeo and Juliet were brother and sister? In this 400 year old play that’s almost never produced for it’s risque title and content, now you can find out. Read the full review.
Eight plays written by the greatest playwright of all time meet eight hip hop/rap songs by some of the greatest artists of our generation in 411 Dramaturgy Co.’s Hip Hop Shakespeare Live Music Videos. Read the full review.
In Fireflood Theatre’s presentation of Mercutio and Ophelia, the two titular characters from different Shakespeare plays meet in a tavern for a nice chat about love and life. Read the full review.