Recommended by Tiffany Antone

  • CRABS(DOT)COM
    12 Dec. 2018
    OMG, what a twisted, hilarious, and yet heartwarming piece! Fantastic fun for actors, kept me on my toes and laughing the whole time.
  • The Thought Doesn't Count
    12 Dec. 2018
    A short play that packs a powerful emotional punch while also providing some genuine laughs! Loved seeing this play, and yes, I cried.
  • Denim Doves
    2 Dec. 2018
    OMG, I LOVE THIS PLAY! What a wild, wonderfully unique, and exciting piece of theatre. Timely and prescient, magnificent fun for actors—well, for the whole creative team, really. A thrill to read, hilarious, and so sharp. BRAVO! Would love to see this produced!
  • USUAL GIRLS
    1 Dec. 2018
    Holy shit, this play! What a raw, visceral, unflinching look at girl/womanhood. Painful, powerful, and unforgettable. Peiffer's dialogue is sharp and gripping, the language evocative, and the characters clearly in focus. Beautiful, compelling work!
  • Jack Pork
    11 Nov. 2018
    Hilarious send up of the double standard in Hollywood. A delightful piece to perform in, had our audience in stitches! Valid and relevant issues for today’s times.
  • Chicken Shoot
    11 Nov. 2018
    Weird and funny and delightfully Jennie Webb!
  • Chicken Shoot
    11 Nov. 2018
    Weird and funny and delightfully Jennie Webb!
  • Rebecca on the Bus
    11 Nov. 2018
    An honor to present this piece in our ONSTAGE festival. A daring, provocative piece which challenges rape culture and apathetic response through a dark comic lens.
  • TWO BUNNIES TALKING
    11 Nov. 2018
    A wonderful piece to get people talking about voting! Happy addition to the #TheatreActionVote collection. Fun, quick, flexible and effective!
  • Drop of Kindness
    17 Apr. 2018
    This play's dystopian dysfunction grabbed my attention from the start. The world is populated with quirks designed to unsettle, and the characters are mysterious but very human. Hilder weaves themes of sibling love, sibling rivalry, guru-ism, cult-ism, and terrorism, into one big creepy quilt of a play, and I enjoyed every stitch.

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