TAGGED WITH LOVE
A funny, sexy and unconventional romance with music. Witty, raw, racy, spanning 10 years in less than 90 minutes and featuring original songs, BED explores issues of love, abandonment and betrayal as seen through unique lens of playwright Sheila Callaghan. Begins Feb. 6 @ Atwater Village Theatre.
The Pavilion by Craig Wright,Emmy nominated,WGA award-winning writer of Six Feet Under,Lost and creator/executive producer of dramatic series,Greenleaf,the first original series produced by Oprah Winfrey “A gloriously theatrical treat by Craig Wright,South Florida
Based on the book “40 Crazy Years of Friendship” by Richard Hulse, this story is of one man's journey in dealing with the unexpected death of his best friend. They are reunited in the best friend's burnt condo to take a walk down the path of remembrance and reconciliation to the demons within.
Heard but not seen,a jazz musician is the central figure. His muses are his wife and daughter, both dancers, both tethered by their hearts. Like moths to flame,his music keeps them close, as he drinks his way toward destruction. A gold hat from A Chorus Line,is one woman’s glorious salvation.
Raucously witty and devilishly ribald, love and money are at stake in David Ives’ hilarious, rhyming “translaptation” of The Heir Apparent by Jean-François Regnard. Matt Walker directs the Los Angeles premiere for a June 19 opening at International City Theatre.
Sometime in the not-too-distant future when falling in love is possible only by permit, an official "Interviewer" questions a series of characters about their motives and their pasts, before having the tables turned on her. A thought-provoking investigation of the real meaning of love.