TAGGED WITH FUNNY
Kris woke up in bed one night screaming, “I don’t want to die.” He was three years old. Through a series of humorous anecdotes, Kris traces his trouble with dreams as he looks for his “thing” in life. He wrestles with the expectations of family, friends, and lazy demons.
Nearing the end of the Cold War, a pair of arms negotiators — a clever, cynical Russian and an idealistic young American — meet in the woods outside Geneva to explore the obstacles their countries face on the path to peace. There, they debate politics, life and the future of the free world.
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.
Love is complicated—especially when a man has three girlfriends who aren’t even real. Fantasy and reality come to a head in Real Love written and directed by Mara De La Rosa, a guest production at The Fountain Theatre. Real Love performs for a limited run August 27 and 28.
A one woman show that uses humor and pathos to explore what it means to be a child-like woman trapped in an adult’s life. These true personal stories illustrated with cartoons, toy theater, and shadow puppetry touch hearts with “brutal and comical honesty” –Mountain Xpress, Asheville Fringe Festival
Beloved Los Angeles weatherman Fritz Coleman proves that "getting old isn't pretty but it sure is funny," in this solo show that has played to rave reviews. We're forecasting one side-splittingly funny evening with LA's favorite weather forecaster!