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Los Angeles…where never growing up is mandatory! This original Second City style sketch show is written and performed by: Natalie D'Alacio, Adam Garcia, Marissa Hampton, Rachel Laforce, Ryan Miller, Kaitlyn Tanimoto and Kevin Stafford. Directed by Jesse Klein. Assistant Director, Charity Miller. Musical Director, Ben Bromfield.
A gentle prod at stereotypical gender roles, this light-hearted send-up is a hilarious twist on the classic tale. This Cinderella is no frilly Miss. "She neither pines nor whines and she's no slouch with a slightly risqué put-down either, particularly within the context of Rudie and DeCarlo's trademark Gilbert & Sullivan-style comic lyrics." (LA TIMES) Prince Charming would give anything to be loved for himself, not the icon society claims he must be. Added delights are the outrageously playful period costumes and the heart-warming romance that blooms with the assistance of a glass slipper, a feather duster, a truly magical wand and a glass of champagne to toast finding your true love just by being who you are.
Buddy falls for the perfect girl of his dreams. One small problem... he's married to Jenny. We watch his hilarious, guilt-ridden affair 'til he finally realizes his perfect dream girl is Jenny, his wife.
Gay marriage is here - get scared, straights! Gay marriage just passed in the U.S. and when a straight couple runs to escape the gay's "evil agenda" they find out who the real sinners are!
Flirtation, friendship, and mistaken identity! Shakespeare's most beloved comedy, As You Like It, is a lighthearted look at the fickle and passionate nature of love. When Rosalind is banished by her cruel uncle, she escapes to the magical Forest of Arden—disguised as a boy with her cousin in tow—and soon meets lovesick Orlando. Will wit and merriment overcome jealousy and deception? How will true love ever find its way, lost in the delightful madness of the forest? The cast of As You Like It is comprised of students from The Old Globe/USD M.F.A. Program.
Oy Vey! Have you ever had a battle with a family member? Meet Daphna Feygenbaum and her cousin Liam. These two couldn't be any different from one another on the spectrum scale. She swears she's more Jewish than him. He couldn't care less. But when a family heirloom gets between these two, the stakes run high.
Tony Award winning director and Geffen Playhouse alumni John Rando helms this brilliant new family comedy from Pulitzer nominee Alexandra Gersten-Vassilaros.
Take a seat in the Kit Kat Klub and explore the Bohemian lifestyle in this Chicago, Cabaret, Rent musical cocktail! The owners of the establishment, Emcee and Matron "Mamma" Morton will guide you through a satirical romp of sex, drugs, liquor, murder, jazz, art and love. Dive into the drinks, dance and songs in this 360 degree completely immersive cabaret event that begins before you even walk through the front door! Girls, guys and everything in between, there's something for everyone at this speak-easy but only those with the password will get in!
Vive La Vie Boheme, and All That Jazz
Kit Kat Klub Speakeasy Rules:
• Don't Tell Anyone
• Look For the Symbol
• Give Your Password to Gain Access
Few Other Things
• No admittance under 21, this show features adult content… You have been warned.
• Doors open at 7PM for cocktails and live music.
• Dress in your finest 20's fashion, and your first drink is on us.
Double your pleasure with this musical comedy that sports two scores, two plots, and if you're lucky ("Do you feel lucky, punk?" Oh wait, wrong plot.), you might even get two happy endings. Take a trip to the '40s when Film Noir ruled the silver screen, and delight as the tales of a struggling Hollywood writer and the filming of his latest noir oeuvre unspool. Where his leading character keeps speaking back to him and the femme fatales won't stay on the screen!
A sketch comedy show featuring from some of the Upright Citizen's Brigade Theater's best performers and writers, following Death Valley Tween Fest, a poorly-planned youth music and entertainment festival in the middle of the desert.
The backyard BBQ just ain't what it used to be.
A finalist for the 2011 Pulitzer Prize, Lisa D'Amour's Detroit is a wickedly funny satire about surviving in our uncertain economic times and the death of the so-called "American Dream."
Barely middle-class Ben and Mary fire up the grill to welcome Sharon and Kenny, a couple who moves in next door (suspiciously without furniture). But as this foursome bonds over seared steaks, remembered dreams and helping hands, their neighborly connection turns dangerous, threatening to destroy more than just their friendship.
"It's a hoot! A return trip to the Emerald City in the Santa Monica Playhouse's imaginative, colorful musical" LA TIMES. It's the joyous Rudie-DeCarlo musical comedy, a hilarious and heart-warming internationally acclaimed reworking of the beloved story, filled with music and dance, fun special effects, laughter and love, proving once again that there's no place like home. Follow Dorothy and her companions along the windy road to that mystical place where dreams really do come, as they do battle with such looming monsters as war, drought and mortgages, and learn a great deal about the world, and even a little bit about themselves.
Sex, ...lies, ...and money. a true story of false profits.
2001 saw the biggest corporate bankruptcy in history to date, and then the real story unraveled: political influence, money laundering, sex, intrigue, ...and in this case, ...music, dance, three blind mice and raptors too. Finance at this level is truly, ...electric!
Enjoy the irreverent fun of this "fresh-as-a-daisy comedy," (New York Daily News) where, during an ostentatious wedding reception in Knoxville, Tennessee, five reluctant bridesmaids take refuge in an upstairs bedroom, to avoid the proceedings below. They are Frances, a sweet and sheltered fundamentalist; Mindy, the wise-cracking lesbian sister of the groom; the heartbroken and outrageous Georgeanne; Meredith, the bride's precocious lil' sister; and the jaded bad girl Trisha. As the afternoon wears on, these five very different women discover a bond that goes beyond the dress in this wickedly funny and "wonderfully entertaining play" (The New York Post).
Undateable, an online experiment. An original sketch show comprised of REAL online interactions that shows you the science behind dating.
Based on the movie of the same name. Ben has recently graduated college, and his parents are now expecting great things from him. At his "homecoming" party, Mrs. Robinson -- the wife of his father's business partner -- has Ben drive her home, which leads to an affair between the two. The affair eventually ends but comes back to haunt him when he finds himself falling for Elaine, Mrs. Robinson's daughter. Please be advised that this show contains nudity and strong sexual content. It is not recommended for children.
Pulitzer Prize finalist and Ovation Award winner Rajiv Joseph (Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo) brings a violently beautiful, gruesomely funny comedy to the intimate Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater at the Geffen Playhouse.
The Bryant family reunion takes a comedic turn when the middle son brings home his Swedish boyfriend and tosses him into a stew of family dysfunctions. Race, sexuality and religion are on the menu as Modern Family meets Guess Who's Coming to Dinner in this "timely and important American play" (Chicago Tribune), directed by Tony Award® winner Phylicia Rashad.
Supremely clever playwright David Ives (All in the Timing, Time Flies) gives us this uproarious new "translaptation" of a classic French farce. In 18th-century Paris, young people like Damis have gone métromanie—crazy for poetry. Indeed, Damis has fallen in love with a mysterious poetess sight unseen, charmed by her verse alone. But unbeknownst to him, his beloved is actually a middle-aged gentleman named Francalou! This mistaken identity sets in motion a comedy of pseudonyms, plot twists, and plenty of playful poetry. The Washington Post called Ives's play "almost criminally enjoyable, a marvel of old and new, with punch lines that glisten with classical flair and contemporary savvy." Legendary American stage director Michael Kahn makes his Globe debut.
Officer Marcus Moscowicz is a small town policeman with dreams of making it to detective. One fateful night, shots ring out at the surprise birthday party of Great American Novelist Arthur Whitney and the writer is killed … fatally. With the nearest detective an hour away, Marcus jumps at the chance to prove his sleuthing skills — with the help of his silent partner, Lou. Everyone is a suspect in Murder For Two, a hilarious musical murder mystery with a twist. One actor investigates the crime. The other plays all the suspects. And they both play the piano.
Welcome to swingin' England. The disarming and doltish Francis Henshall finds himself trapped by farce into working for two bosses—who are connected to each other in wildly improbable ways. He just has to keep them from discovering each other. Easy, right? Inspired insanity, high-low antics, and nimble wordplay ensue—all backed by live musicians paying homage to rockabilly and a certain Fab Four. Join Francis in the fun as he leads you through this topsy-turvy world of love triangles and mistaken identities. It's more than a sassy update of Carlo Goldoni's classic knee-slapper, A Servant of Two Masters. It's a brilliantly delicious mash-up of splendid comedy, British pantomime, and music-hall revues.
Orange Is The New Musical: The Unauthorized Parody opened this May as Kefi Studio's LA stage debut. Fans of the award-winning women's prison series will get to experience their favorite characters in a larger-than-life tribute through music and dance.
With over 15 original songs featuring a live band and a cast of 30, audiences will be singing, laughing and tapping their feet during to this show long after the curtain falls.
Fun (and appropriate) for all ages, this show, directed by Frank Caeti, features improv games that rely on audience suggestions and participation. Great for the whole family! We are the Bugs Bunny of improv; come be a part of the show!
Red, White & Everything Else! America. Land of the mostly free, and home of the sometimes brave. Maybe we're awesome or maybe we're just delusional, it's our best virtue! This original sketch comedy is written and performed by Sasha A. Ali, Natalie D'Alacio, Rukhmani Desai, Lindsey Fisher, Julian Gant, Ace Gibson, Michael Klimkowski and Matt Noonan.
The Second City House Ensembles are the newest crop of talent coming out of Second City that have been hand picked to crank out the improv funny.
The irreverent and titillating female trio of Size Matters is set to make audiences convulse with laughter at this summer's Hollywood Fringe Festival. Previewing on June 4th at The Dragonfly Theatre, the daring troupe has created a live, multimedia experience with ridiculous characters in out of this world situations, all while riding a spaceship tampon into "Nowhere Land." Confused? So are they, but somehow they crazy glue it all together.
MacArthur "Genius Grant" recipient and Pulitzer finalist Sarah Ruhl's new comedy follows former spouses and actors on and off-stage (and script) - helmed by Ovation Award winner and Geffen alumni Bart DeLorenzo.
If you HATE musical theatre, if you LOVE musical theatre, this is the show for you. A night of original funny songs & parodies that will make you forget we're all going to die. For a bit.
Directed by Keri Safran, with musical direction by Dan Wessels, the Stupid Songs Troupe has performed to packed houses at Rockwell Table & Stage, The Groundlings, Miles Memorial Playhouse, et al, and is thrilled to bring their brand of funny to the Hollywood Fringe Festival. Most of the performers met while training at The Groundlings Comedy Theatre & School, and will be performing funny songs & parodies they have written, plus a few gems from other up-and-coming composers.
The Underpants, adapted by Steve Martin from an early 20th century German play, takes broad, physical comedy to the extremes!
TE San Pedro Rep's production infuses passion and performance zeal into the story of Louise, a 1960's housewife who has the whole town in an uproar when her underpants fall off during the King's parade. From her befuddled husband Theo, to a long line of hilarious suitors, The Underpants offers audiences an evening of giddiness and laughter sure to have you falling out of your "seat."
The Vanek Trilogy by Vaclav Havel follows the character of Vanek (Havel's literary alter ego) as he emerges from prison in late 1970's Czechoslovakia.
A hilarious window into society at the height of Cold War paranoia, the Vanek Trilogy will bring you on a jorney unlike any other!
Three scenes take Vanek from his job in a beer factory, to a dinner party with the bourgeois elite, and finally to the top of the political infrastructure itself. Each stop reveals a searing (and often hilarious) window into the effect a society at the height of Cold War paranoia, has on its people. Havel, the longtime critic of the Soviet state and eventually the first president of the Czech Republic uses humor and his unique wit, to carry audiences on an unforgettable journey.
Award-winning film, theater, and television actress, Eliana López, presents ¿Cual es el Escándalo? an original piece written and directed by her brother Alfonso López and produced by Ivette Carolina Agudelo, celebrating Latina women's values through a comedic one-woman show. Through her various characterizations, Eliana López covers themes such as immigration, discrimination, and racism, demonstrating the power of one woman daring enough to speak her truth.
Every week, hundreds of untrained writers send their unsolicited, unregistered screenplays to Hollywood studios in the hopes that their story will be made into a feature film. Most never even get read... until now!
When High School's most popular mean girl discovers that all the attention she's been getting has a dark side, she ditches her alpha clique and takes up with the freaks and geeks. Her former mentor plans revenge, and the student body is rocked by a series of mysterious "accidents."