TAGGED WITH COMEDY
Outlandish staging of 1985’s "Porn Rock" Senate hearing. Al & Tipper Gore want rock lyrics censored via album warning stickers. Frank Zappa, Twisted Sister's Dee Snider & John Denver defend the 1st Amendment w/blisteringly funny testimony. Rock music is on trial. Who do YOU stand with? Who will win?
See John Belushi’s rise from counter-culture performer at Second City to a generational talent who changed and inspired comedy forever. Three Clubs 1123 N. Vine Street June 05 @ 09:30 pm June 11 @ 08:30 pm June 16 @ 11:00 pm June 25 @ 06:30 pm June 26 @ 03:00
The Lamprey must navigate the criminal world of L.A., a masked killer looking to take her out and the to do list her husband gave her. SOMEONE must get vengeance for her murdered partner and get the kids to Romp and Roll, and that someone is the Lamprey. This might be the best weekend of her life!
Bursting with laughs, music, and escandalo (scandal!)! You thought your holidays with the family were dramatic? Wait until you hear these touching and hilarious Christmas stories of holidays past from three first-generation Latinas. LATC 11/19-12/18, www.thelatc.org;(866) 811-4111.
A comedy tribute to the Adam West Batman TV series (and all Batmans everywhere) Wombat Man: The Cereal Murders follows the fur-coated cape crusader as he fights to protect Slothum City from the evil villain, Trix the Rabbit, who will stop at nothing to get his fruity tasting Trix cereal.
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.