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SMOKE presents an intense sexual situation with adult language. “You know you get to choose what happens to you, right?” That’s what John tells Julie when they meet by accident at a kink-play party in New York City. Their encounter pushes both of them further than they ever thought they’d go.
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.
By Patrick Hurley, Dir. Casey Kringlen. From Ancient Greece to present-day NYC, a man soars across time and space as untold gay histories collide. Weathering the tragic winds of yesterday, he arrives on the cusp of a better tomorrow. Part of The New Play Festival; Dec. 1-3, 8 pm; Sat., Dec. 3, 2 pm.
"Force of Nature Productions" is proud to present "1ST Rush!" A Night of Original wild and crazy Short Plays and Music put together in just 1 WEEK! Written by Thomas J. Misuraca, Adam Neubauer, Steven Alloway and Andy Shultz. Directed by Sebastian Muñoz and Andy Shultz.
TThe Twilight Zone gets stranger -- and funnier -- than ever before with the return of The Twylight Zone: Beyond the 6th Dimension (A Parody), an evening of thrills, chills and gut-wrenchingly hysterical spills based on the classic Rod Serling TV series.
3 days before his bid for re-election in North Carolina, a Republican U.S. Senator makes an off-the-cuff comment to a blogger that calls into question his belief in God. The Senator’s devoutly Christian wife and liberal Jewish campaign manager try desperately to contain the damage.
Rubicon Theatre Company presents the gender-bending romantic comedy Twelfth Night or What You Will, performed by the students of the Education Department’s Fearless Shakespeare Intensive, adapted and directed by Rubicon’s first company member and critically acclaimed actor Joseph Fuqua.
L.A.’s Australian Theatre Company offers a mini Australian theater festival, including a ‘Double Feature’ of two celebrated Australian plays that were made into movies and ATC’s second annual free reading series — all over the course of 3-1/2 weeks.