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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.
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.
Some musicals should never see the light of day. From audition sign-ups to opening night, we join the cast and creatives of an ill-fated new musical "Bus Stop." The success-hungry director and amateur performers find some much needed help from the most unexpected place: The Audience.
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.
When three iconic female characters escape the traditional narratives that bind them, they finally become the subjects of, rather than objects in, their own stories. Together they discover what it means to have an autonomous voice. Developed by a three woman ensemble.
Dorothy Parker's unforgettable characters and crackling wit come to life onstage in "Might As Well Live", premiering at the 2015 Hollywood Fringe Festival. June 6 @ 5p ($5 Preview), June 13 @ 7p, June 25 @ 10p, and June 27 @3p, at The Acme Theatre at The Complex, 6470 Santa Monica Blvd.
*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.