TAGGED WITH CONTEMPORARY
“Why Water Falls” When a fiction writer has to write a true story, she comes face to face with her ambivalence about motherhood and the unexpected consequences she’s trying to forget. A funny, thought-provoking look at making peace with controversial life choices.
Twenty-something couple Nate and Liz have their future all worked out: a happy marriage, good careers, and a house in the Berkeley Hills. But when Liz returns from Burning Man with a new friend in tow, their carefully constructed life threatens to collapse around them.
PARENTAL GUIDENCE SUGGESTED: CONTAINS FULL FRONTAL NUDITY. In this intensely gritty and naturalistic production four actors will introduce you to the pain of finding out who and what we all might be and the importance, or lack thereof, of a definition of love, lust, and need.
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.
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.
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.
It’s never easy to say good-bye after 14 years of love & marriage...but what if you don’t even get the chance? Which memories will last, which regrets will haunt? Join L.A. couple Whitney & Jake for their journey’s end in this contemporary drama from writer-director Dean Farell Bruggeman.