Celebrating the Journey of the Solo Artist
Mar 8 - Mar 27
MEET THE ARTISTS
BEHIND THE SCENES
Embrace Love Free
Justin Sandler invites you into a Sneak Peek at his story/journey with cancer in 2017 with Love, music, poetry and humor!
Judgment Day Enjoy a Sneak Peek from Writer/Performer Juliette Jeffers about where this story came from!
Wild At Hart Meet one of Kamakshi's most popular characters introduce you to the show!
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Embrace Love Free - Feb 25 @ 6pm PST
Justin publicly shared his cancer journey through vulnerable live videos and has translated that into a multi-media, multi-character, powerful one-man show. He tells his dramatic tale through music, comedy, poetry, and above all, a lesson in overcoming obstacles.
Wild At Hart Feb 26 @ 7pm PST
Wild At Hart, strikes a timely chord for all ages with Character portrayals from thick New York dialects to wise old oak trees, songs, pathos and humor, all masterfully tell Hart's courageous tale of sexual trauma and the healing she found along her surprising, transformational journey.
Soaring Solo Studios - Feb 27 @ 3pm PST
Award winning Director & Developer, Jessica Lynn Johnson, hosts a Matinee of brand new solo show excerpts taken from the Soaring Solo Community all around the world!
This enticing program will be pre-recorded and will feature 6 superb Solo Artists throughout the show. The talented lineup includes:
Christion Ty Edwards, Veronica Matthews, Phyllis Gordon, Michael David Ker, Mary Guillermin and Bethany Vee. Know that a large portion of the proceeds will go toward supporting the Whitefire Theatre
Cry For Wolf - Feb 27 @ 7pm PST
This show is a multimedia, multiple character, multi art one woman show. It is a tale of love and loss. How many shows deal with family love and trauma, the strong bond between siblings, an unusual twist- of elder abuse, betrayal, scams, the Holocaust and the effect of the survivors? If that was not enough - what about religion and even circus?! Healing from trauma and grief comes in many forms. Sometimes, by swinging high on a trapeze towards the sky.
Judgment Day - Feb 28 @ 1pm PST
African-Americans have been struggling since the first slaves were brought to the United States. From Nat Turner to George Floyd, there has been much progress, but the struggle still continues. Why has God allowed this to happen? What if He were held responsible for all the injustices that African-Americans have endured? “Judgment Day” is a powerful piece that questions God’s motives. Juliette Jeffers brings twenty characters to life in this thought provoking solo play.
Forever Brooklyn - Feb 28 @ 6pm PST
Through song, dialogue and comedy. A Jewish-American comic recounts his life growing up in Brooklyn during the 50’s – 60’s. Melvin Kaplofkis longs for a career in show business. Forever Brooklyn! Is a poignant funny coming-of-age story about dreams, family, and a way of life that’s been all but forgotten in the modern age.
For Love or Money - Mar 6 @ 7pm PST
The onset of the pandemic forces a successful 76-year-old businessman to examine his choices in life, what he thinks he has achieved, and what he feels he has lost. Why did he so fervently quest for money and security at the expense of his own happiness and the trampling of his artistic soul? Join writer/performer Mitchell Feinstein on this autobiographical journey that invites all of us to consider: Can we learn lessons and make changes, or is it too late?
Dogs Are Better Than People - Mar 13 @ 7pm PST
Follow Sarah through her divorce, her drinking days, her move to L.A., and her retirement from teaching. The multimedia story is told by her five dogs: Lilly the Airedale, Shadow the shepherd, Liebling the mongrel, and the twin chiweenies: Koa and Louis the 14th. Her dogs tell us about her pursuit of all the wrong men, and finally, when she’s sober, co-writing her web series, “We’re Not Dead Yet”. It’s a story with a happy ending.
Naturally Tan - March 21 @ 6pm PST
Told through the bold perspective of a vivacious drag queen from Singapore named Tanvi, this seriocomedy utilizes multimedia and 36 characters to explore themes ranging from the cruelty of body dysmorphia – to the adventures of finding one’s place in the world.
50 Shades of Mix - Mar 24 @ 7pm PSTT
“What are you?” “I would make a pillow out of your hair!” and other things you shouldn't say to a human is the topic in this hilarious confessional of a Bi Racial Woman. Anastasia spills all the tea on the shady moments of a Bi Racial Woman’s life. She shares heartbreaking and often hilarious stories. You’ll laugh, you’ll learn and you’ll wake the hell up!