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12'x9', is a dramatic rollercoaster ride, set in an overpopulated penitentiary. When a prison fire ensues, one convict is faced with having two inmates forced into his cell. What happens when a reformed drug lord (Maurice G. Smith) with an impending parole hearing, a debaucherous yet noble bible-clutching minister (Damien D. Smith), and a vicious, sociopathic, habitual offender (Fred Thomas Jr.) are thrown together in a cell measuring 12'x9'? Find out what runs out first: time or faith!
This madcap comic thriller follows our dashing would-be hero Richard Hannay as he is unwittingly lured into a nefarious plot regarding the "39 steps" by a bewitching female spy. When she is murdered in his apartment, Hannay is forced to run for his life while trying to clear his name.
Based on the Alfred Hitchcock classic film, this hilarious whodunit has double-crossing secret agents, death-defying chases, and devastatingly beautiful women. And with only 4 actors portraying more than 130 characters in a fast-paced, uproarious 100 minutes, the show promises to leave you gasping for breath.
Einstein comes back from the beyond. Upset with the way his image has been cheapened, he tells us the remarkable and sometimes harrowing story behind relativity and his struggles as a father. It's Einstein at his peak. Told through humor, heart and new information recently released about this curious man, Jack Fry breathes life into one of the most intriguing icons of all time.
A shocking view of today's society plagued by celebrity obsession and lack of newsworthy material dealing with truth and issues in our world today. Nora, a young African American woman struggling to survive, battles her disgust for today's society filled with social injustice, racism and crime, leading her into her own demise in the wake of all that could go wrong in her life and the world around her.
Join us for an afternoon of short-form plays by Native American playwrights from across the United States exploring the Indian boarding school experience and its effect on young lives, families, communities, and Native culture—past, present, and future.
At the Silverstein wedding, crazy is relative. Jane's groom has gone missing. Her sister Emily's "life partner" may be just a one-night stand. Her brother lives upstairs in his pajamas selling something suspicious—and Mom tries to rally the troops by singing show tunes. But, when a surprise arrives, the family may just find the meaning they've been desperately seeking.
In this vivid, violent Jacobean tragedy of lust and ambition, featuring MFA and undergraduate actors from the Department of Theater at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, a young man plots revenge on a depraved duke for his lurid offenses. Written by English playwright Thomas Middleton in 1606 and directed by Lisa Wolpe, artistic director of the Los Angeles Women's Shakespeare Company.
Stop Kiss tells the story of Sara and Callie, who are walking through New York City's West Village late at night when they share their first kiss. This leads to a vicious attack by an angry bystander, in which Sara is horribly injured. Throughout STOP KISS, relationships are explored, formed, and even ended. Diana Son elaborates on the depths of human emotion and compassion.