TAGGED WITH DARK HUMOR
A smash hit at last season’s Hollywood Fringe Festival, Janet Schaphohl’s story about identical twins (starring actual twins Elizabeth and Emily Hinkler) in pre-World War II Berlin has been expanded and gets a full production at the Odyssey Theatre. Beginning January 16.
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.
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.
Two hitmen have captured a man who has just been released from prison. But neither the man or his captors have any idea why they're all there. Answers will come...when The Boss arrives. Like a Tarantino farce on crack, with plenty of blood and laughter. One, pure, uncut, hour of tension.
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.
Self-described interpersonal dynamics guru Kate Carden takes her audience on a hilarious and heartbreaking exploration of relationships and reality, seasoned with adult language and candid sexual references. But, just when Kate is on the verge of clarity, an unexpected discovery changes everything.