TAGGED WITH DARK HUMOR
Two characters have painful truths come to light in an exploration of identity and the impact of prolonged war. Performed in English. Thru Dec 13. Thur/Fri 8PM; Sundays 7PM. Hudson Theatre. 6539 Santa Monica Blvd, LA 90038. Tiks: $28. www.toystheplay.com or (323) 960-4443.
Four Clowns presents Lunatics & Actors by David Bridel, directed by Jeremy Aluma. Enter the unsettling world of a 19th Century Parisian clinic where a strange experiment is about to unfold. YOU could be the next subject. Once the electro-shock therapy begins, there's no telling what happens next...
The Devil himself takes the stage to mount his defense and prove who’s really to blame for the state of the world today. God, Satan, someone else…? All using words and sayings attributed to him by History’s greatest writers: Goethe, Marlowe, Byron, Punch & Judy. A one act puppet soliloquy.
A Very Modern Marriage offers a whole new take on an age old problem: how do you fix a marriage that just keeps breaking apart? The help they receive in the form of their gay friend Christopher and the solution they come to is as unexpected and refreshing as the story itself.
Dorothy Parker's unforgettable characters and crackling wit come to life onstage in "Might As Well Live", premiering at the 2015 Hollywood Fringe Festival. June 6 @ 5p ($5 Preview), June 13 @ 7p, June 25 @ 10p, and June 27 @3p, at The Acme Theatre at The Complex, 6470 Santa Monica Blvd.
Fellini is a puppet in crisis. When he tries to direct La Strada, his actors, lovers and critics become his puppeteers. A delightful and provocative look at the making of Fellini's iconic film. Santa Barbara's Proboscis Theater Company makes it's LA debut at the Hollywood Fringe.