TAGGED WITH COMPELLING
Having been released from prison after serving 12 years, Walter is determined to find a cure for his disease. To keep his desires from turning back into damaging behavior, he must face his demons once and for all. Walter relies on unexpected sources to help him move on with his life.
When Jimmy Meadows loses his job after 10 years of loyal service, his once stolid life spirals into ridiculousness. He and his wife embark on strange relationships. They express their feelings only to Mr. Poulos, an elderly Greek manwho rents a their son's room.
The setting is the Younger household in the Washington Park Subdivision of Chicago's Woodlawn neighborhood, and involves the family members' struggle to achieve their individual dreams and potential despite challenges of a system that seems built to thwart them.
History Lit: A Festival of Timeless Stories will return to the expansive grounds of the Pasadena Museum of History! In the style of WICKED LIT, the eveninf will feature three fully-produced, immersive plays adapted from classic literature.
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.
Hope & Fear. Life & Death. Love & War. Rich & Poor. All of these will affect our lives, but their effects will seldom be the same, so will you listen or lecture? Condone or condemn? Help or hinder? Because for better or worse, when it comes to the human condition, there's - No Ex'p Required...
By Eugene O'Neill Directed by Robert Bailey Irishman Con Melody drowns memories of his former greatness as a soldier and aristocrat in a dangerous stew of alcohol and regret, while his headstrong daughter struggles to win a better future for herself and her long-suffering mother.
The preacher’s daughter seizes on a chance to follow her heart’s inclinations when John Buchanan returns from medical school to live in their small town. The play centers on the complex & sometimes cruel relationships to which love becomes vulnerable, when we are strong enough to allow it.