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Kiss Her I’m Famous follows two down-and-out best friends as they look for fame in all the wrong places. Their plan? A celebrity sex tape to catapult the into the limelight.
The sex tape is fake, but the auditions are real in this intelligent satire created by Rolla Selbak (Three Veils, Missing Maya) and starring Tracy Ryerson (The Real L-Word) and Ilea Matthews.
I Hate Tommy Finch is a one-act, two-woman, all-queer play about the roller coaster friendship (and romance) of two girls from ages 8 to 35. They navigate not only run-of-the-mill coming-of age-issues (changing bodies, bullies, parent problems, losing their virginity, etc.) but questions about their own (and each other’s) sexuality. Sexy, sassy, and sophisticated, I Hate Tommy Finch is sort of like the John Hughes movie every lesbian wished for…and then some.
By Christin Mell, Julie Keck & Jessica King. Starring Nicole Pacent (Anyone But Me) & Shannan Leigh Reeve (tello’s Cowgirl Up.)
If you like I Hate Tommy Finch, watch more shows by the team behind it:
Siobhan’s journey of serenity and calm following a disastrous and public divorce hits a bump in the road when her best friend, the well-meaning Roxie, moves her new girlfriend, Andrea, into the house.
By Nancylee Myatt (South of Nowhere, Cowgirl Up, Nikki & Nora.) Starring Maeve Quinlan, Cathy Shim, Jill Bennett and Maile Flanagan
When newly out teen Olivia loses her family, her home, and her future in one fell swoop, she’s taken in by a resilient group of lesbian misfits. Things can only get better. Right?
Despite the repeal of DADT and the ever-increasing numbers of U.S. states legalizing gay marriage, LGBT kids are still being bullied, harassed, and thrown out of their homes because of their sexuality. The Throwaways follows straight-A, straight-laced, and anything but straight Olivia on her quest to find a safe place to be herself.
The Throwaways showcases the still tenuous nature of LGBT acceptance in the America, as well as the comedy and comfort to be found in new friends and allies.
Written by Julie Keck, Jessica King & Christin Mell
Directed by Christin Mell & Jessica King