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Isaac Babel and the Black Sea is a fictionalized look at the contradictions, the mysteries, and the beauty of the life of the famous Soviet writer Isaac Babel, as he struggles to find his way in the Stalin-era Soviet Union. Aug. 21 - Sept. 13 - Fri/Sat 8PM & Sun 7PM http://labtheatre.bpt.me
Produced by "The Fosters" creator Bradley Bredeweg, R & J Love is a Battlefield, Vol. 2, will premier at Hollywood’s newest entertainment venue, the Prospect Theatre. Volume 2 is a fresh take on the original, featuring a talented and diverse cast, new music, as well as a contemporary and edgy look.
A hilarious night of new dark comedy shorts on life, love, hate and human imbecility. Like Netflix and Chill, old school style. With BAG O' BONES Collective Producing, award winning Raegan Payne Writing, and Tinks Lovelace directing, fun is on fleek and for real.
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
Two-time Golden Globe and five-time Emmy Award nominee Robert Allan Ackerman writes/directs the world premiere of a political thriller with music about the “Japanese Tainted Blood Scandal,” where thousands of people died of AIDS after U.S. companies knowingly sold contaminated blood to Japan.
An all-star cast including Pamela Adlon (Louie ), Scott Adsit (30 Rock), Florence Henderson , Laraine Newman , Rhea Perlman, Steven Weber , Fred Willard , Eugene Pack and Dayle Reyfel (creators of Celebrity Autobiography), in a very special performance of Celebrity Autobiography.
If you've seen THE SOUND OF MUSIC, you know what happens to Maria and the von Trapps – they do, in fact, climb ev'ry mountain. But what about Uncle Max and the Baroness? Come find out in MAX & ELSA, a subversive comedy featuring the two people for whom the hills were NOT alive with… well, you know.
Film, television and Broadway star Lainie Kazan directs undergraduate performers in the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television's Ray Bolger Musical Theater Program as they transport audiences to the world of Ol’ Blue Eyes in recognition of the 100th anniversary of his birth.