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Funny Big Brother, Inc.
Writer: Ralph Harris
Director: Oz Scott
An unexpected journey ensues when Ralph Harris returns to his childhood home to take a DNA test revealing fears of becoming a father while reigniting good and bad memories only to discover where we're from makes us who we are.
0h 0m National Los Angeles, California Comedy Drama
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Quirky Girl Productions
Writer: Emma McWilliams
Director: Anne Moore
A quirky girl's search for identity amidst the confusion of being told she was "disabled." She faces the issues of discrimination, gender equality, race, religion, and "fitting in" as she tries to understand the Syndrome she was born with spontaneously.
0h 0m National Los Angeles, California Solo Show Comedy
Goldfish Memory Productions
Writer: David L. Kimple
When Dean, Jane and Michael's polyamorous relationship comes to an end, the trio is forced to deal with the consequences of love in a nontraditional relationship.
0h 0m Local New York, New York Drama Comedy
Staycation:Spa Getaway (Mind & Body)
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|THE MORMON BIRD PLAY|
Writer: Roger Benington
Director: Roger Benington
A Mormon fantasia!* Six men play little girls who become birds that manifest themselves as Mormon temple workers and pioneer women. A darkly-twisted comedy where a mute girl's silence acts as a Rorschach test for an entire community. *(Burlesque Included!)
0h 0m Local Queens, New York Comedy Drama
|Moses, The Author|
Who Knew? Productions
Writer: Andrew R. Heinze
Director: Amy Wright
Moses needs help! He's got career problems (writer's block), God problems (existential), and family problems (a lovelorn wife, gay son, difficult mother). But to make a better Bible he must become a better man. A love story ... with scrolls.
0h 0m Local NYC, Manhattan Comedy Drama
Writer: Colin Drucker
Director: Reginald Douglas
Acid-tongued New York drag queen Helen Back incites a nuclear family meltdown when he comes home to New Jersey for Mother's Day.
0h 0m Local Queens, New York Drama Comedy
|Murder Margaret and Me|
Writer: Philip Meeks
Director: Stella Duffy
Margaret Rutherford became a global legend playing Miss Marple.
Originally she didn't want the part, and Agatha Christie didn't want Marple played by "the funniest woman alive." This British sell-out sensation sees Christie playing detective, unearthing Rutherford's terrible secrets.
0h 0m International London, England Drama Comedy