TAGGED WITH DARK HUMOR
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...
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.
GET. THAT. SNITCH. brings gun-blazing (no holds-barred) action to life in front of your eyes. The explosive fight sequences combined with tough-guy banter, cool suits, blood, and guns, guarantees to keep the audience on edge as they witness the start of a new action standard in live entertainment.
Comedian Kay Monroe tackles race, gender, and sexuality during a stand up routine that becomes an authentic experience. Her journey explores our innate nature to attach ourselves to labels, titles, and identities. Challenging this need, she combines them all to lose her Labitity.
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 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.