TAGGED WITH COMEDIC
DREMPELS: The Short But Happy Life of the Drempel Hieronymus Aloisius Plonk, a new monomyth for a modern age, proffers an all-encompassing theatrical journey, rooted in old-world European storytelling and physical theatre juxtaposed with contemporary socio-political satire.
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.
Jack Zullo tackles John Belushi’s rise from counter-culture performer at Second City to a generational talent.
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.
Pinocchio is a naughty puppet! And he’ll never be a “real boy” until he goes to school—and stays out of trouble. But there are so many temptations along the way. Get set for lots of comedy, songs and clowning around as Pinocchio learns about love and family—and what it means to be human.