TAGGED WITH WORLD PREMIERE
Sexy adventures, awareness, and awakening in Europe. In Andrea Schell’s second solo show, a single, jobless, about to be 40, woman escapes overseas for three weeks and has one of those "Well, I had a sexual awakening and healed my sexual past in Europe" kind of experiences.
A Very Modern Marriage offers a whole new take on an age old problem: how do you fix a marriage that just keeps breaking apart? The help they receive in the form of their gay friend Christopher and the solution they come to is as unexpected and refreshing as the story itself.
It’s 1985. Madonna needs one more song for her album, and our band of musical misfits are all chasing that prized cover… when they’re not too busy chasing each other. Filled with fun, nostalgia and an original 80s style score, "POP!" is a love letter to one of music's most remarkable decades.
The Group Rep world premiere Gus Krieger’s THE ARMADILLO NECKTIE, directed by Drina Durazo. Jet black comedy on border of Iraq and Iran, U.S. Army Col. Armadillo with help from Exec. Officer Dunham, is searching for the native insurgents who years ago murdered his wife.
Every excess, every indulgence, every cliche...and the take down they so richly deserve. A biting yet affectionate satire of the solo show phenomenon, set against the back drop of the World Championships, "The Tourney of the Journeys."
Mother. Daughter. Sister. Soldier. The Foundry Theatre Works presents Merri Biechler’s OCCUPATION, a riveting exploration of endurance in a terrorist ravaged America. Five women grasp for hope and humor in their new role as survivors. One Defends. One Searches. One Delivers. One Tattoos. One Buries.
A countdown to impact, The Johnny Cycle: PART II - The Shell immerses audiences in the fragmented mind of a soldier trapped in the trenches. This production puts audiences in the action, moving through a web of characters and convictions. Located at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church: 1020 N. Brand Blvd.
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!
Four Clowns presents Lunatics & Actors by David Bridel, directed by Jeremy Aluma. Enter the unsettling world of a 19th Century Parisian clinic where a strange experiment is about to unfold. YOU could be the next subject. Once the electro-shock therapy begins, there's no telling what happens next...
Two characters have painful truths come to light in an exploration of identity and the impact of prolonged war. Performed in English. Thru Dec 13. Thur/Fri 8PM; Sundays 7PM. Hudson Theatre. 6539 Santa Monica Blvd, LA 90038. Tiks: $28. www.toystheplay.com or (323) 960-4443.