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Do you hear what I hear? It's Christmas Eve, Marley is dead, and Scrooge is all alone. But not for long. For soon he will be visited by 3 spirits...and his life will change...forever.
Eric O'Meara's original stage play is an insider's view into the tumultuous life and times of Dennis Wilson, the flamboyant unsung drummer of the Beach Boys. Dennis Wilson Forevermore: A Beach Boy Fable, a partially fictionalized behind the scenes drama. It's a rock and roll history lesson and look at how an abusive father ultimately and tragically shaped the lives of Dennis and Brian Wilson and 3 decades of music. The show is a fable about a real Rock and Roll Star with all of the hard drinking, womanizing, sex, drugs, fame, fortune and failure that accompanied Dennis Wilson's life.
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.
The ultimate seduction, Other People's Money, is presented by InterACT Theatre Company at the Pico Playhouse for a limited run. Perfectly suited and served up at election time in America, this humorous yet heartfelt look at corporate raiders and the state of capitalism gives audiences a lot to take home from both sides of the question.
In this thrill-ride comedy, a very modern kid with no vowels in his/her name rents a bedroom in the home of a small-town older Texas couple during a big desert music festival. The couple is struggling with grief and how to find a safe place in the big scary rapidly changing world. The kid decides to help, and the couple suddenly finds themselves in a 1970s-era TV game show where the stakes are life itself and the prize is a new beginning.
Burning with the dramatic fire of irreconcilable passions and conflicting dreams, this rarely produced masterpiece is set in a tawdry tavern near Boston on the eve of Andrew Jackson's election. Irishman Con Melody drowns memories of his former greatness as a soldier and aristocrat in a dangerous stew of alcohol and regret, while his headstrong daughter struggles to win a better future for herself and her long-suffering mother. The play, which the New York Times dubbed "electric," unleashes volcanic forces in a thrilling, unexpected climax.
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.
Helen Billups, a recent widow, testifies against her husband's alleged murderer, but the alleged murderer is her lover.
The jurors will be chosen from the audience. The play has two different endings. Therefore, the verdict will decide the ending!