TAGGED WITH ADULT THEMES
Shelagh Delaney’s controversial, groundbreaking drama rocked the British theater world in 1958 with its honest depiction of harsh, working-class life in post-war England, a frank treatment of inter-racial romance and sexuality. 9/24 thru 11/27, Odyssey Theatre, (310) 477-2055, www.OdysseyTheatre.com
“If you have no wounds, how can you know you’re alive?” – MAN Albee’s trademark wit and incandescent language shed light on the joys and terrors of creating another human being in what many have called his absurdist take on his own Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?.
A One Woman Sketch Comedy Talk Show replete with visually defying interviews, Grammy Award worthy-ish singing, naughty talk, brief nudity & must see commercials. You will laugh, cringe & enjoy 1 actor as 10 women in 1 hour. The Miranda King George Show, starring Felice Heather Monteith.
From Paris, France, in the tradition of Absurdist Theatre, a hilarious play full of irrational situations! A virgin's journey to a dead end when she gets a shocking diagnosis: an Inconceivable Conception! This is not a test. This is not a pipe. Just the intuition that absurdity is close to reality.
*BRING YOUR FLASHLIGHT* Join our paranormal investigators as they seek out the monsters among us. In tonight’s episode: the vicious Werewolf-Arachnid of East Hamburg, NJ. Armed with your flashlight and sense of humor, shed some light on their lives as they illuminate the "monsters" within us all.
A funny, sexy and unconventional romance with music. Witty, raw, racy, spanning 10 years in less than 90 minutes and featuring original songs, BED explores issues of love, abandonment and betrayal as seen through unique lens of playwright Sheila Callaghan. Begins Feb. 6 @ Atwater Village Theatre.