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MORE GUNS! A MUSICAL ABOUT THE NRA: The National Rifle Association is here to save the day – through song and dance! Praise the lord and NRA-men! With songs like “Good Guy With A Gun”, “Everybody Do The Lobby!” and “Liberal Love”, MORE GUNS! is a satire of the NRA, the “woke” left, and all those boring moderates in between. This is a show for the whole family, and by whole family we mean adults only (16+)
Critically Acclaimed Superhero Movie: is an hour long, entirely improvised Super Hero Movie based off of Audience suggestions. You pick the Hero. You pick the Villain. You pick the Powers. Each Audience member will fill out suggestions pre show that will determine the fate of our Show and our Universe.
Farts in Church Unscripted comedy has never made you feel more at home! Know that feeling you get when someone's about to start something? These two women will help finish it. Snacks provided. Overlooked An improvised homage to overlooked women in history
Liz Behan: One Woman at DuskStarring Laura de la Fuente, Liz Behan: One Woman at Dusk is a solo sketch comedy show that brings together elements of Laura’s own life - queer and latinx identity, absurdism, short fingernails, and family relationships. Liz wants you to strap in... as she tells you the tale of a big ole country dyke. Number One Son NUMBER ONE SON is an all Asian-American, female improv team known for their high energy, off-the-wall comedy. They're loud. They're rambunctious. And they're rowdy. Strap in because it's going to be one crazy ride.
During the anal stage, Freud proposed that one's pleasure and conflict is centered in the anal area. An anal-expulsive person is still fixated on said stage. They’re messy and rebellious - the person who wants to share things with you. I’ll believe that when I feel it on my ass.
A comedy pilot following Barry Abd-Al-Bari, a 30-year-old virgin muslim trying to rid himself of religious guilt, and become sexually active.
Based on painfully (and comically) real events circa 1997, Legal Aliens follows tweenage Samantha, her oddball immigrant parents from opposite sides of the world, and their American life that’s anything but the American Dream.
A group of women from different walks of life serendipitously meet at a healing circle. They "discover" they have a shared mission, but not in so many words. A decolonial dark comedy about women's power to heal that touches on mental health--with a glimmer of magic by Kimberly Bautista.