TAGGED WITH DRAMEDY
A true story based on the life of Elizabeth Collins, a Los Angeles based comedian and storyteller, about her relationship with her father who comes out as gay while being married to her mother. Follow her through the twists and turns of being part of a “modern family” in the 90s.
Hollywood Fringe Festival! Roommates Stu and Ben conspire to kill every political figure in the United States after receiving a parking ticket earlier that morning. What follows is an absurd, non-stop scene that explores the lengths we are willing to go in order to find purpose and belonging.
A true story of forgiveness! A show about how one woman overcame drug abuse, homelessness, female to female, HIV transmission, sexual abuse, and got help from a therapist. It’s about love, healing, cathartic sharing, and a triumphant happy ending.
Bare Naked Angels: Angels Unabated, Solo storytelling. July 17 - August 9. Fri/Sat 8PM, Sun 7PM. Tiks/info: www.fringetheatreco.com. Actors Workout Studio, 4735 Lankershim, N. Hollywood 91602. www.barenakedangels.com www/facebook.com/pages/Bare-Naked Angels
The scene is the lobby of a rundown hotel so seedy that it has lost the "e" from its marquee. As the action unfolds, the residents, ranging from young to old, from the defiant to the resigned, meet and talk and interact with each other during the course of one day.
A Gay Man With Alzheimer’s. A Transgender Teen Girl. A Giant Bunny. Just Your Average American Family. Bunny Trail follows a family in crisis with equally large doses of humor and insight. Special $5 tickets (reg $15-20) for opening week on Eventbrite http://tiny.cc/bunnytrail w/code Open 5.
The Group Rep presents Gurney’s dramedy Another Antigone, a modern-Antigone-with-twists. Jan 2 - Feb 7. Sat 2PM. Sun 7:00PM. Gen. Admission $17 - $20. Buy tiks: www.thegrouprep.com or 818.763-5990. Upstairs at the Group Rep. Lonny Chapman Theatre 10900 Burbank Blvd., North Hollywood 91601.
A comedic tragedy surrounding the lives of twelve characters returning to Spanish Harlem for the funeral of the neighborhood's patron saint, Sister Rose. Their journey to bury the past and find redemption results in riotously hilarious confrontations and heart-wrenching confessions.