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First presented as Frankenstein: A New Musical Off Broadway in 2007, this production is the West Coast Premiere of the show with music by Mark Baron, lyrics by Jeffrey Jackson, and a book by Jackson and Gary P. Cohen, based on the Mary Shelley novel of the same name.
Raucous comedy,touching dramatic film.Malibu Playhouse presents a unique 1 night benefit with stars,Ed Asner & Mark Rydell.Includes pre-show picnic,post-show dinner, career reels,“Good Men,”“OXYMORONS” + Q&A. Brian Connors, wrote and directed the play and film.Tickets:malibuplayhouse.org
Savvy Hester Ferris is the doyenne of Georgetown dinner parties whose influence in liberal politics is legendary. But when her son suddenly turns up with a Reaganite girlfriend and a shocking new conservative world view, Hester must choose between preserving her family and defending her cause.
A musical journey to 1918 celebrating the life of acclaimed Yiddish author/playwright Sholom Aleichem (author of Tevya the Milkman source for Fiddler on the Roof)celebrating the 100th anniversary of his passing.The longest running Jewish musical in LA theatre history.
Pepe & his family of entertainers head north to Burbank, legendary home of Walt Disney, IKEA, and now Pepe Hernandez! Nothing – not even the labyrinthine layout of IKEA - will hinder this fearless, feckless familia in their determined quest for international stardom.
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.
Drama Club youth play Shakespeare opposite RSC vet and Dr Who star Alex Kingston - as we celebrate the 10th Season of Shakespeare Youth Festival LA, and commemorate the 400th Anniversary of Shakespeare’s death ,with this show and Very Important Party!
Helen Hayes Award nom Outstanding New Play. “Lively and appealing actor… ‘Wonderful Life’ could well have an active future on stages around the country.”The Washington Post. New holiday classic, Bailey's struggle to grasp why life is worth living. Enchanting retelling of Frank Capra's classic film.