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Angels-in-training must face obstacles and lessons learned before they can earn their wings. Bring any food and drink you like and enjoy the show!
Sports stadiums, eminent domain, Cuban outfielders and the fight for what's best for the City of Angels — it's time for a return to The Ravine. Celebrating 30 years of theatremaking, Culture Clash — Richard Montoya, Ric Salinas and Herbert Siguenza — delivers new insights with their signature satirical eye as they perform their revised take on Chavez Ravine twelve years after its world premiere at the Mark Taper Forum. Energized with new material and music from The Rodarte Brothers, Culture Clash returns to one of their most beloved plays and reexamines the constantly changing landscape of Los Angeles in the still Wild West.
With Pink Floyd's album The Dark Side of the Moon as the backdrop, humanity goes through evolution and the battle between good and evil. Brink food and the beverage of your choice and enjoy!
Harlem, Père Lachaise Cemetery, rock 'n' roll, Jim Morrison, Richard Wright, poetry and ghosts. Celebrated playwright/performer Dael Orlandersmith returns to the Douglas for a limited world premiere run of her newest play, Forever, prior to its New York debut. Forever is a riveting and masterful piece about family — the ones we were born into, the ones we create for ourselves — and the legacies that shape us all.
Jade McCullough's journey began on a pile of vegetables in a small village in southern China. Adopted by an American woman, she grew up seeing herself as an outsider. The only clue to her past is half of a jade heart found in her swaddling clothes. The other half hangs around the neck of an unknown woman in a distant land. In the struggle to find out who she is, Jade rebels against the woman she loves the most and in uncovering the mystery of her past, discovers the promise of her future.
When choosing how best to protect a child, the wrong decision can lead to tragedy. Veteran social worker Caroline is determined to do what it takes to save baby Luna Gale, but the path ahead is shadowed by hidden motives, long held secrets and moral ambiguity. Powerful and arresting, Luna Gale is an unforgettable tale of conviction and passion.
Cygnet brings back one of the funniest musicals you've ever seen! In swimsuit, talent and evening gown compeitions, six beauty contestants face off to claim the Miss Glamouresse tiara. Judges selected from the audience crown a different winner every night. Let the beauty begin!
Pippi Longstocking lives with her monkey in a wacky house, Villa Villekulla. When she's not dancing with the burglars who were just trying to rob her house, she's attempting to learn the "pluttification" tables at school; fighting Adolf, the strongest man in the world at the circus; or playing tag with police officers. Pippi's good-natured hijinks cause as much trouble as fun in this bubbly, slapstick show for the whole family!
In Reasons to Be Pretty, Playwright Neil LaBute takes on our ongoing fixation with beauty and one man's inability to say the right thing – ever. When Greg makes an innocuous, off-handed remark about his girlfriend Steph, it triggers a battle by which their relationship will forever be defined. Tony nominated for Best Play, Reasons to Be Pretty continues a series that includes The Shape of Things, Fat Pig (a previous Geffen Playhouse hit) and Reasons to Be Happy.
Supernatural: The Play takes you front and center to a natural hair meetup where women share how their hair journeys have shaped who they are today. If you haven't heard, women of color around the world are meeting and talking about natural hair. They are doing it fabulously in droves through hair workshops, hair makeover experiences, hair lectures, hair product testings, and so much more. You name it and women are coming together to celebrate their natural hair. When they meet, they bare themselves by sharing their stories and exchanging information. Simply Google "natural hair meetup" and your search engine's results will be explosive.
The Crackpot Crones, known for their feminist theatrics, and Theatre Rhinoceros, the nation's premiere gay theatre, are partnering to bring a new solo play to San Francisco - Hick: A Love Story, The Romance of Lorena Hickok and Eleanor Roosevelt.
A lecherous goat, Pentecostals on the radio, a house full of dogs, cats, and Febreze and Daddy's .38 special. These are just some of the ingredients in a delicious and magical stew of stories about a singular childhood in Grady County, written and performed by Lucy Alibar, the Oscar-nominated screenwriter of the hit film Beasts Of The Southern Wild. See a landscape you won't soon forget.
The Trip to Bountiful tells Mother Watts' story. She is an elderly woman forced to live with her overprotective son and domineering daughter-in-law. Her dream is to return for one last time to her small hometown in Bountiful, Texas. Her journey becomes a heartbreaking but ultimately life-affirming and inspiring tale that examines the fragility of memory and celebrates the enduring power of hope, faith and family.
"A must-see for any age!" raves Chris Knopf, past president of Writers' Guild of America, West. "Guarantees laughs! She's done it again!" hails playwright Jerry Mayer (Aspirin & Elephants, Almost Perfect, Dietrich & Chevalier, etc). From the team that brought you the 2013 hit Raise Me Up ("Outstanding!" American Radio Network; "Timeless as romance itself!" LA Weekly) comes Lisa Phillips Visca's world premiere comedy about mothers, daughters, and the profound effect they have on each other and the men in their lives, directed by Chris DeCarlo. An obstacle course of weddings, Porsches, trust fund deadlines, biological clock time-bombs, and life-changing peanut butter frozen yogurt, Turning Thirty illuminates modern-day romance in all its unexpected glory, with the passion and pain of finding, losing, and finding once again your one and only true love. Turning Thirty – the ultimate year; the ultimate love story.
A clan of vampires and a few humans reveal dark mysteries and bring us fear mixed with love, perhaps a few tears, and a touch of laughter, all in the course of one night in the life of the clan. Bring food and any drink you like and enjoy!
During a heavy rainstorm a young man who has lost his way, finally comes upon a home. A mysterious male resident welcomes him in. The Man hands to the young man a book…in the book, is the forgotten tale of the Legend of humans. In the Man's hand is another book containing the story of this young man's life until the moment he had arrived to this place. After reading, the young man realizes why he was lead here. The storm subsides, the Man sends the young man off as he leaves.
Written by one of England's leading writers for young audiences, Walking the Tightrope is a sweet and funny story of a grandfather who, while trying to tell his five-year-old granddaughter that Grandma is gone, goes about building a beautiful new relationship with her.
The bigger the heart, the bigger the heartbreak.
Weighing in at almost 600 pounds, Charlie is a gentle but grieving giant, beached on a couch in Northern Idaho. Following a cardiac episode, he decides to reach out, after years of estrangement, to his troubled teenage daughter. This big-hearted drama won MTC's 2011 Sky Cooper New Play Prize.
"Beautifully devastating, remarkably eloquent" – Chicago Tribune