TAGGED WITH DRAMA
Savvy Hester Ferris is the doyenne of Georgetown dinner parties whose influence in liberal politics is legendary. But when her son suddenly turns up with a Reaganite girlfriend and a shocking new conservative world view, Hester must choose between preserving her family and defending her cause.
A husband and wife sit down for a nice picnic, but slowly, she starts to realize that all is not as it seems, and she might not be able to leave. “Pocket Universe” is a searing, two-person play that explores the nature of love, grief, and the unstoppable momentum of the past.
Created and Produced by The Speakeasy Society, "The Johnny Cycle: Part One -The Quick and the Dead" takes audiences on a journey through war rooms and memories in an immersive theatrical production loosely inspired by Trumbo’s Johnny Got His Gun.
By rapid turns sad, hilarious and truly terrifying, ONE STEP OVER follows the exploits of a group of gonzo Wall Street brokers who share no compunction about stealing from their clients, alienating their families, and turning on each other if it means making more money.
Raucous comedy,touching dramatic film.Malibu Playhouse presents a unique 1 night benefit with stars,Ed Asner & Mark Rydell.Includes pre-show picnic,post-show dinner, career reels,“Good Men,”“OXYMORONS” + Q&A. Brian Connors, wrote and directed the play and film.Tickets:malibuplayhouse.org
Jim Loucks’ new rollicking, heartfelt solo performance based loosely on his childhood, in his Southern storytelling style with songs and humor. Granddaddy was his hero, a big man with a bigger personality, haunted by demons from his days as Chief of Police. A moving tribute to an imperfect hero.
The preacher’s daughter seizes on a chance to follow her heart’s inclinations when John Buchanan returns from medical school to live in their small town. The play centers on the complex & sometimes cruel relationships to which love becomes vulnerable, when we are strong enough to allow it.
The scene is the lobby of a rundown hotel so seedy that it has lost the "e" from its marquee. As the action unfolds, the residents, ranging from young to old, from the defiant to the resigned, meet and talk and interact with each other during the course of one day.