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A reimagining of Antonio Salieri and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's lives. The play, brought to life with the music of Mozart, is a tale of jealousy and betrayal…and perhaps even murder.
This funny, touching, and thought-provoking play chronicles Anita Bryant's campaign to repeal gay rights in Dade County, Florida in 1977.
Less than 10 years after the Stonewall Riots, Anita Bryant's nationally notorious campaign gave legitimacy to a new style of right wing politics and helped launch the Moral Majority and other right-wing movements that continue to the present day. But she also had a major impact on the modern gay rights movement, propelling Harvey Milk onto the San Francisco City Council and reviving enthusiasm and anger at a time when it was most needed.
In 1978, Anita Bryant sat down for an outrageous and memorable 8-day interview with Ken Kelley of Playboy Magazine. This is that interview, recreated on stage with additional material that sets the historical scene and brings the issues raised by the interview to the present day. Anita didn't hold back in her interview, and neither does this funny, touching, and thought-provoking piece.
Chalk Rep hosts its fourth biennial Flash Festival, inviting 15 Los Angeles playwrights to create original 10-minute plays inspired by the space in which they are performed. This year's Chalk Rep Flash Festival is in residence at Los Angeles' St. John's Cathedral, with plays written on the timely theme of Religion and Politics, performed by 15 teams of Actors and directed by 15 directors, presented on-site over three weekends. A new slate of five short plays are performed each weekend.
The writers have one month to complete the first drafts of their scripts. Once the scripts are in, the writers are assigned directors, casts are secured, and each piece is given no more than ten hours of rehearsal before it is presented to an audience.
While traveling from New York to Los Angeles, strangers grapple with differing problems – an estranged son, a painful breakup, a conspicuously missing dog – yet they all yearn to put aside their baggage for one moment of magical connection.
Friends in Transient Places is a rhythmic, whimsical journey about the faces we show the world versus the faces we keep to ourselves. Featuring a live drummer on stage and a 10 person cast.
The gut-wrenching devastation of Lear encompasses more than one man's trajectory of power and hubris; it is an affecting, unflinching chronicle of a family as it disintegrates around the mental illness of its patriarch. To add a deeply personal dimension to Shakespeare's themes of madness, frailty, and love, our production is set in a memory-care facility, and invite you to experience, in the midst of tragedy, the healing and transcendent nature of great art.
A parody of the popular book/movie series The Hunger Games. The tributes participating in the Battle to the Death have been substituted for video game characters from all the popular video game franchises. Ranging from Super Mario to Mass Effect, a selection of popular, iconic characters will compete to win the coveted title of "Player One." From voting for their favorite character to saving them from certain death, the audience will be able to alter the course of events throughout the performance. Twelve different fighters, twelve possible winners; all depending on your vote.
What begins as a casual meal and an evening of catching up turns into a humorous, passionate and moving voyage towards a moment that could change the lives of two former lovers.
When Sin Comes Knocking is a love story about a Christian couple who is committed to weather any adversity together until a chance encounter threatens to rock the foundation of everything they believe. The question is will their love and commitment be enough to save their marriage?