TAGGED WITH PHYSICAL COMEDY
The World Premiere of Magnus MacDomhnaill's hilarious superhero adventure about two bumbling spandex crusaders who find themselves in more dastardly trouble than they can handle...as they face-off against their past nemesises, each other, and even the darkness within!
This choose-your-own adventure comedy begins an hour before the opening of play when the lead romantic character drops out of the show. Three people are left knowing his lines. During the intermission, the audience votes which of the three will be the understudy in the second act of the show.
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.
DREMPELS: The Short But Happy Life of the Drempel Hieronymus Aloisius Plonk, a new monomyth for a modern age, proffers an all-encompassing theatrical journey, rooted in old-world European storytelling and physical theatre juxtaposed with contemporary socio-political satire.
High Voltage is a monthly performance series produced by the Electric Lodge. Now in its 3rd year, High Voltage coincides with Venice’s “First Fridays” and is free to the public. High Voltage offers new opportunities for both emerging and established L.A.-based artists to present developing work.
If you’ve never had the feeling of getting CPR from your best friend’s sister, here is your chance. Don’t miss out on the show everyone will be using as a transitional conversation piece. Like fruit loops. Exactly like fruit loops. Fruit loops, fruit loops, fruit loops, ad infinitum.
Night of Comedy, has been an outrageous success with sell-out performances and celebrity attendance. The show's headliners:Jimmy Dore (Sentenced to Live - Hulu, Comedy Central) and Laura Kightlinger (Minor Accomplishments of Jackie Woodman, SNL, HBO),comedian Michael Schirtzer produces the event.
TThe Twilight Zone gets stranger -- and funnier -- than ever before with the return of The Twylight Zone: Beyond the 6th Dimension (A Parody), an evening of thrills, chills and gut-wrenchingly hysterical spills based on the classic Rod Serling TV series.