TAGGED WITH FRINGE
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.
Studio C Artists is proud to present the next in their one act “room” series… IN THE BASEMENT. This collection of 8 brand new short plays, presented across two nights, all take place in a basement setting. There is a nice mix of comedy & drama IN THE BASEMENT - “Wait ’til you see what’s down there!”
YOUR MOTHER'S VAGINA is a dark comedy set in a bar of a Hollywood Brasserie. Two women (a bartender and her cocktail waitress) find friendship with grit and irreverence as they travel on journeys of fertility and infidelity and finessing the shame of simply possessing something called a vagina.
"Oblivious" is an interactive show blending Videogames and Theatre to create a playable live environment. Play or watch as audience members become revolutionaries in a cyberpunk dystopian world and take down the evil dictator CaNDOS by solving puzzles to help the story progress.
It's twisted love poetry on the edge of madness and merriment –a sword fight with masked kings, prophesying puppets, and singing clowns. The Rogues bring their “whirligig of ferocious creativity” (LA Weekly) to remix Shakespeare’s iconic scenes and make the Bard roll over in his grave.
Meet The Virgin: she’s a 30-year-old Christian feminist—and she’s gonna set her sexual record straight. A hilarious and candid journey through twelve sexual close calls, How to Be A Virgin explores the rules of “the game” for both sexes. Find out who - or what - she is really waiting for.
Through the Hollywood Fringe Festival, musical theatre writing team Dahan and D'Angelo present their WORLD-PREMIERE of THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO: THE MUSICAL, a story about one man, Edmond Dantès, and his undeniable thirst for revenge against his enemies, based on the novel by Alexandre Dumas.
Our two one acts confront the perception of truth. In “The Whole Truth”, sequestered jurors are on opposite sides in the trial of the century, both are right. Absolutely right. And in “Cornered”, a woman is trapped by a mysterious stranger and must confront her own fears to be able to break free.