If the main attraction doesn’t show up, the kids still want to see a comedy show! So, Pete’s gonna make one up and have the kids (and adults) help write, direct, and design it. What could possibly go wrong?
From Peter Michael Marino, the creator of the critically acclaimed improvised comedy 'Show Up' comes a fresh, fun, interactive twist on the traditional kids show.
Directed by Michole BiancosinO & The Kids. Music by Michael Andrew.
★★★★ hilarious! Marino knows what kids find funny. A show of this calibre is an opportunity to show up for! - The Wee Review
CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE (CO-PRODUCER UK)
Civil Disobedience is run by live arts producers Barry and Josef Church-Woods, based in Edinburgh. With a passion for managing great shows and helping talented performers reach new audiences, Barry and Joe especially enjoy work that flirts with equality/social justice issues, and anything LGBTQI-related. In addition to co-producing Show Up and Show Up, Kids! at the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Civil Disobedience is supporting a host of other incredible shows, artists, and events this year including The Bugle Boys: A Salute to The Andrews Sisters; Jet of Blood by Mari Moriarty (who played the title character in last year's Sasquatch, The Opera); debating series Persistent & Nasty; Dandy Darkly's All Aboard; and Hans: Like A German! www.wearecivildisobedience.com
Project Y (co-producer)
Project Y is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and community of artists, designers, and playwrights devoted to developing new work through staged readings, online video projects, workshop productions, and fully produced world premieres, allowing new and emerging voices to be part of the theatrical conversation. Founded in Washington, D.C. in 1999, Project Y was formed with one simple impulse – focusing on one project at a time and allowing the play’s needs inform all creative and producing choices.
Celebrating a 15 years producing history in both Washington, D.C. and New York City, Project Y has an unwavering presence in the New York Off-Off Broadway community and has been nominated for nine Innovative Theater Awards. Project Y has been the recipient of grants from NYSCA, ART/NY, The Nancy Quinn Fund, and the humanitarian Puffin Foundation. www.projectytheatre.org