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Such Sweet Sorrow in Broadway SUCH SWEET SORROW
Fox Performing Arts Center
2/20-2/21/2018
The purpose of this production is to inspire youth to learn and know Shakespeare, and be an aide to memorizing his text, through song. "S3" is the entire Balcony Scene, sung verbatim start to end. This newest version and workshop performance is performed by all high school actors! A musical adaptation of the famous “Balcony Scene” from Romeo & Juliet, “Such Sweet Sorrow” is the name of our fictitious singing competition show, a la The Voice or American Idol, with the teenage contestants up for the roles of Romeo and Juliet, who will star in the upcoming Broadway smash hit, “Romeo and Juliet Rocks!”, a rock-pop opera. The contestants “battle-sing” each other using the verbatim Shakespeare words from start to end, taking turns getting eliminated until the final Romeo & Juliet is revealed. Then we get a sneak peak into what the real Broadway production would look like, complete with opening Prologue “Two Households, both alike in dignity...” There’s even a [few] budding on-set romances, to mirror our Romeos & Juliets here in 2018. The show’s themes focus on identity, social interaction, friendly competition, belonging, community, and of course, young love, and with a spotlight on their talent. Paired with some surprisingly catchy “tunes”, “Such Sweet Sorrow”, is a fast-paced musical ride that should be classic “edutainment” fun! This will be the first time the evolving Workshop of Such Sweet Sorrow is performed by actual high school students, or rather, very close to the intended age ranges of Romeo and Juliet. We expect that the nature of many schools being involved will break down walls and rivalries, and bring the arts and theatre students, (those who display extreme potential, passion and discipline for their craft) together to form valuable and lasting bonds as they move forward into their lives and become a strong network to each other. "Such Sweet Sorrow" (by William Shakespeare and Chris Wade) is being presented by the Riverside Unified School District as their inaugural Honors Theatre Program, with special thanks to the City of Riverside, Live Nation and the Fox Performing Arts Center. "S3" will play one full performance at The Fox at 10am on Wednesday Feb 21st for 1500 students (Middle-High Schools) in the RUSD. This free performance is also open to the public, with limited seating available. There is also another free performance that night (Wed Feb 21st) at 7pm at John W. North Little Theatre in Riverside. www.chriswademusic.com/such-sweet-sorrow   Chris Wade - Composer/Book Writer Michelle Grotness - Director Dominique Simone - Choroeographer Annemarie Guzy - Curator/Producer, RUSD Janie Hilland - Conductor/Music Superviser Patricia Scarborough - Shakespeare Coach/Costumes Anna Hightower - Theatrical Facilitator Chris MarkerMorse - Theatrical Facilitator   CAST: Romeos & Juliets: Arianna Vila Cameron Webb Tessa McCormick Kenson Gomez Gabriela Anger Avery Hansberger Julianne Westbrook Eric Bruno Veronica Driscoll Greg Aguilar Kaiah Costa Jamien Brown Caroline Younglove Yair Pineda Mia Prisco   Dancers/Ensemble: Gilbert Blackston Nathan Bravo Jordyn O’Rourke Jose A. Diana Ortiz John Naranjo MacKenzie Gallager Lila Morales Caytana Fyc-Stroger
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http://www.carolinalugo.com/performances-tickets/ in Broadway HTTP://WWW.CAROLINALUGO.COM/PERFORMANCES-TICKETS/
Armando's
2/23-2/23/2018
24/7 Ticket Hotline: 1-800-838-3006. Armando's in downtown Martinez will pulsate with the sounds of footwork, song, castanets, syncopated hand clapping and guitar. Carolina Lugo and her daughter Carolé Acuña and their company of Flamenco musicians and dancers paint a canvas in movement through dance for a very special evening of entertainment. If you have not seen this group in one of it's many Concert Hall performances, this is an opportunity to experience their high energy and passion for their art that defines a new dimension in Flamenco and Spanish dance traditions. For more information about Carolina & Carolé https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjgvhAQ-EK8 Armando's features the best of LIVE music including jazz, blues, bluegrass, folk and everything in between, everything except over-played typical bar rock and roll. Armando's is an intimate, close to the music, get to know the performers, hot spot for local talent. Armando's is a cash-only music venue serving beer, wine, and other non-alcoholic beverages, 21 and over please. From i680 (North or South direction), take the Marina Vista Avenue exit in Martinez. Turn left (west) at Marina Vista Avenue, and head west into downtown Martinez. First downtown stopsign is Ferry Street. Armando's will be on the next block on the right side (before Estudillo Street). From HWY 4 (East or West direction), take Alhambra Avenue exit, head north to downtown. Turn right at Escobar Street (next street after Main Street). Left at Ferry Street. Left at Marina Vista. Armando's will be on the right side before Estudillo Street. Contact Carolina Lugo for additional information about classes, workshops, and bookings at 925-939-7850 /carolinalugo1@msn.com or visit her website at www.carolinalugo.com
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A CHORUS LINE
San Diego School of Creative/Perf Arts
2/1-2/23/2018

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THE WIZARD OF OZ (YPE)
Orange Crescent Middle School
2/23-2/23/2018

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SHREK THE MUSICAL JR
VALLEY VIEW HIGH SCHOOL
2/21-2/23/2018

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IN THE HEIGHTS
Perry Hall High School
2/22-2/24/2018

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URINETOWN
CHADWICK SCHOOL
2/22-2/24/2018

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THE ADDAMS FAMILY SCHOOL EDITION
Edison High School
2/23-2/24/2018

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THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME
CHADWICK SCHOOL
2/22-2/24/2018

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DISNEY'S BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
TURNING POINT SCHOOL
2/23-2/24/2018

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SPRING AWAKENING
CHADWICK SCHOOL
2/22-2/24/2018

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DISNEY'S THE LITTLE MERMAID
BOWDITCH MIDDLE SCHOOL DRAMA
2/23-2/24/2018

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HONK!
ALLIANCE FOR PERFORMING ARTS
2/23-2/25/2018

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ELLIOT, A SOLDIER??S FUGUE
Center Theatre Group
1/27-2/25/2018
Quiara Alegr?_a Hudes; dir: Shishir Kurup.Kirk Douglas Theatre:
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CINDERELLA (BROADWAY VERSION)
Maplewood Middle School
2/23-2/25/2018

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Off the Top Improv Cabaret World Tour in Broadway OFF THE TOP IMPROV CABARET WORLD TOUR
Upstairs At Vitello's
2/25-2/25/2018
An entire cabaret, made up on the spot? Who does that?!" A man, a band, completely unplanned. Television and Broadway veteran Jason Kravits pulls off one of the most hilarious, spontaneous, precarious evenings of cabaret you're likely to see – for one night only. Backed by the most daring band in the business, Kravits invents an entire life story in song —music, lyrics, stories, characters— completely from scratch, based solely on audience suggestions. Every song, every story, every moment of OFF the TOP! is entirely made up, based on audience suggestions. It’s the show of a lifetime. Every time. The highly-acclaimed evening of improvised music and comedy kicks off its 2018 World Tour at The Duplex in NYC, before heading off to shows in Los Angeles, London, Washington, D.C. and Adelaide, Australia. Winner of a 2017 Bistro Award for musical comedy, the show has been featured twice on Sandra Bernhard’s SiriusXM show “Sandyland Live” as well as Slate.com podcast “The Gist with Mike Pesca.” Last year, the show played to sold-out audiences at The 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, where guest performers included ‘Whose Line’s’ Mike McShane and recording artist Michelle Shocked. To learn more, visit http://www.offthetop.nyc ‘Hilarious!’ - The New York Times ‘Brilliant!’ - TheFrontRowCenter.com ‘Witty, wacky and wonderful!’ - Cabaret Scenes ‘I have not laughed as much, or as heartily, in a cabaret in a very long time.  I cannot recommend it highly enough.’ - BistroAwards.com Jason Kravits has been appearing on stage and on screens large and small for over 30 years. Perhaps best known for his long-running role as Richard Bay on ABC’s The Practice, he has had recurring roles on The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Madam Secretary, Smash, The Michael J. Fox Show, Royal Pains, and Dallas, as well as unforgettable turns on Curb Your Enthusiasm, Young Sheldon, The Mick, Kevin Can Wait, Hot in Cleveland, Grey’s Anatomy, Masters of Sex, Raising Hope, 30 Rock, Gilmore Girls, Friends, Everybody Loves Raymond and more. Film credits include Chinese Puzzle, The Stepford Wives, Sweet November, Morning Glory, and What Just Happened. On Broadway, Kravits made a splash with his work in the hit musical comedy, The Drowsy Chaperone. Other stage credits include Sly Fox and most recently, Relatively Speaking, three original one-acts by Ethan Coen, Elaine May, and Woody Allen. Kravits is a founding member of The Rumble in the Red Room writing collective, as well as the improv troupe Erasable, Inc., and he is a member of the Actors Center Workshop Company.  Contact Jason Kravits at jaskrav@gmail.com or 310-717-5973 for more information.        
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I LOVE YOU, YOU'RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE
University of Ottawa
2/23-2/25/2018

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MARY POPPINS JR
BROADWAY THEATRE
2/23-2/25/2018

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INTO THE WOODS
PERFORMANCE THEATRE FOR YOUNG ARTISTS
2/2-2/25/2018

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CINDERELLA (BROADWAY VERSION)
Maine Township H.S. West
2/23-2/25/2018

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DISNEY'S ALICE IN WONDERLAND JR
YOUNG ACTORS STAGE LLC.
2/23-2/25/2018

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JUNIE B JONES JR.
THEATRE ON THE RIDGE
2/22-2/25/2018

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HIGH SOCIETY (REVISED)
Musical Theatre Guild, Inc.
2/25-2/25/2018

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Dreamers: Aqui y Alla (Here and There) in Broadway DREAMERS: AQUI Y ALLA (HERE AND THERE)
California Repertory Company
2/16-2/25/2018
The Dreamers are students and adults without legal status who were brought into America by their parents as children. The story of their journeys and their fight to call America home is told in this production devised in collaboration with the California-Mexico Studies Center. Featuring testimonials and interviews from DACA students and community members, these stories of personal struggle invite the question: who gets to dream the American Dream? Andrea Caban is a Voice and Speech professor at CSU Long Beach and the creator of several one woman shows that have been performed all over the country. Julie Hunicutt is a MFA Acting/Performance Pedagogy student at CSU Long Beach and a faculty member at Steppenwolf West. The Dreamers: Aquí y Allá is the second production in the Devising Democracy Series. Created in partnership with the California-Mexico Studies Center, a non-profit devoted to bringing educational institutions from California and Mexico together.
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ANYTHING GOES-BEAUMONT'87
Ovation Theatre
2/16-2/25/2018

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42ND STREET
El Dorado Musical Theatre
2/16-2/25/2018

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SHREK THE MUSICAL
PATRICK HENRY HIGH SCHOOL
2/22-2/25/2018

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DISNEY'S ARISTOCATS KIDS
CITY OF SELMA RECREATION/COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPT.
2/22-2/25/2018

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DISNEY'S HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL JR
AT THE GROVE PRODUCTIONS
2/9-2/25/2018

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SISTER ACT
CURTIS THEATRE/CITY OF BREA
2/9-2/25/2018

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The Dialectic of the Stars in Broadway THE DIALECTIC OF THE STARS

2/11-2/25/2018
Los Angeles, CA, December 7, 2017—FLAX (France Los Angeles Exchange) is pleased to announce The Dialectic of the Stars, a series of video, performance, and music-based programs, to be showcased at iconic Los Angeles venues in February 2018 before heading to Paris later in the year. Under the direc-tion of visionary French curator Anna Milone, FLAX has engaged art historian and curator Fabien Danesi, as their Curator-in-Residence to present The Dialectic of the Stars, featuring works by 19 emerging and established French and American artists and collectives. Free and open to all, the pioneering initiative underscores FLAX's mission of promoting mutual understanding between SoCal and France through the arts. Taking place over two weeks from February 11th through 25th—when the nights are long and the lights brighter—the series will draw a constellation of five locales, like points of a star, including The Sowden House on February 11, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) on February 15, Ford Theatres on February 18, L.A. Dance Project (LADP) on February 24 and Zebulon on February 25. FLAX invites the public to enjoy events throughout the city at these popular arts destinations, each blending their pro-gramming with Fabien’s vision to ignite dialogue about L.A. as an important cultural hub. “I’ve followed Fabien’s work for many years and have always been inspired by the unique lens through which he interprets the world,” says Milone, who takes a highly personalized approach, connecting her artists with Southern California’s vibrant cultural scene. “Each of Fabien’s visionary presentations of The Dialectic of the Stars is seen as a constellation and FLAX welcomes the public to drift all over the city to experience these incredible artworks and activations.” “As a European, I was inspired by LA, which is about both image and images: it’s cinematographic and paradisiac, but also artificial, violently fascinating as can be a suburban simulacra, which expands itself between a desert and an ocean. It’s an attracting, contradictory, hallucinatory and mysterious place– both political and poetic,” says Fabien Danesi, curator and former program director of Le Pavillon, the residen-cy program of the famed Palais de Tokyo in Paris, a longtime collaborator of FLAX. Of the 19 artists featured in this festival, many will be showing in the U.S. for the first time, including Fouad Bouchoucha, Rafaela Lopez and Paris-based multimedia artist Nicolas Momein. Renowned for his innovative and large-scale sculptural work, Momein will create a mobile piece specifically for The Dialectic of the Stars that will act as the totem of the project, linking all the events together. Magnetic sculptures will be presented on a van and each iteration will unveil a new presentation of the work. LA-based artists were also commissioned by FLAX to perform or produce new artworks echoing the venue where they will be presented: Ford Theatres for Scoli Acosta, Robert Karimi, the Lucky Dragons, Emily Mast in collaboration with Alan Chan, Alison O’Daniel and Assaf Shaham; Geneva Skeen for LACE; and Zebulon for Jasmin Blasco. For more information, visit www.flaxfoundation.org
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INTO THE WOODS
CUPCAKE THEATER
1/12-2/25/2018

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ROALD DAHL'S WILLY WONKA JR
LOS PRIMEROS EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION
2/22-2/25/2018

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HIGH SOCIETY (ORIGINAL)
Musical Theatre Guild, Inc.
2/25-2/25/2018

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The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds in Broadway THE EFFECT OF GAMMA RAYS ON MAN-IN-THE-MOON MARIGOLDS
Sierra Madre Playhouse
2/26-2/26/2018
Sierra Madre Playhouse continues its Off The Page series of free staged readings with Pulitzer Prize-winning play The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds on Monday, February 26, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. The Playhouse’s Artistic Director Christian Lebano will direct. Frowzy, acid-tongued, supporting herself and her two daughters by taking in a decrepit old boarder, Beatrice Hunsdorfer wreaks a petty vengeance on everybody about her. One daughter, Ruth, is a pretty but highly strung girl subject to convulsions; while the younger daughter, Matilda, plain and almost pathologically shy, has an intuitive gift for science. Encouraged by her teacher, Tillie undertakes a gamma ray experiment with marigolds that wins a prize at her high school-and also brings on the shattering climax of the play. Proud and yet jealous, too filled with her own hurts to accept her daughter's success, Beatrice can only maim when she needs to love and deride when she wants to praise. Tortured, acerbic, slatternly, she is as much a victim of her own nature as of the cruel lot which has been hers. And yet, as Tillie's experiment proves, something beautiful and full of promise can emerge from even the most barren, afflicted soil. This is the timeless lesson of the play and the root of its moving power and truth
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GODSPELL-2012 REVISED VERSION
GREEN VALLEY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL
3/1-3/1/2018

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A YEAR WITH FROG AND TOAD-KIDS
DIABLO THEATRE COMPANY
2/28-3/2/2018

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SOUTH PACIFIC
Saguaro High School
3/1-3/3/2018

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URINETOWN
MURRIETA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL
3/1-3/3/2018

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PIPPIN
UNIV OF CALIFORNIA-DAVIS
2/22-3/3/2018

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HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS...TRYING
SANTA MONICA HIGH SCHOOL
2/23-3/3/2018

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CINDERELLA (BROADWAY VERSION)
Episcopal School of Dallas
3/1-3/3/2018

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THE SOUND OF MUSIC
Sewickley Academy
3/1-3/3/2018

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THE WIZARD OF OZ (YPE)
Centre Stage, Inc.
3/1-3/3/2018

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ONCE UPON A MATTRESS
Whippany Park High School
3/1-3/3/2018

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LEGALLY BLONDE
SCRIPPS RANCH HIGH SCHOOL
2/22-3/3/2018

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SEUSSICAL
WOODBRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL
2/28-3/3/2018

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One Year Later in Broadway ONE YEAR LATER
Atwater Village Theatre
2/16-3/3/2018
A three-week only political pop-up in a speakeasy setting, Open Fist’s ‘One Year Later’ gives voice to playwrights across the U.S. Fourteen short plays explore our nation's current social and political climate and how the past year has affected us. Finding it hard to get off the couch and get to the theater? Open Fist has brought the couches to Atwater Village Theatre, creating a cozy, speakeasy setting where patrons can arrive early or stay late to have a drink and a chat with the cast and fellow audience members. Feb. 16 – March 3; Open Fist Theatre Company at Atwater Village Theatre, 3269 Casitas Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90039; $25; Free Parking; (323) 882-6912; www.openfist.org.
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MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD
Acalanes High School
3/1-3/3/2018

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LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS
CESAR CHAVEZ HIGH SCHOOL
2/23-3/3/2018

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RENT-SCHOOL EDITION
SANTA ANA HIGH SCHOOL
3/1-3/3/2018

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DISNEY'S BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
MILLIKAN MIDDLE SCHOOL FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
3/1-3/3/2018

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GODSPELL
BIG BEAR HIGH SCHOOL
3/1-3/4/2018

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INTO THE WOODS
OFF BROADWAY CHRISTIAN THEATER
3/1-3/4/2018

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IRONBOUND
Geffen Playhouse
1/30-3/4/2018
Martyna Majok; dir: Tyne Rafaeli.Gil Cates Theater:
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WEST SIDE STORY
PACIFICA CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL
2/23-3/4/2018

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VIOLET
CHANCE THEATER
2/2-3/4/2018

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PETER PAN
CHRISTIAN YOUTH THEATER SAN DIEGO
2/23-3/4/2018

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THE WEDDING SINGER
EMPIRE PERFORMANCE STUDIO
2/23-3/4/2018

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THE PAJAMA GAME
I CAN DO THAT THEATRE COMPANY
2/23-3/4/2018

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MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET
Welk Resort Theatre
1/11-3/4/2018

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MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD
Orange County School of the Arts
3/1-3/4/2018

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A CHORUS LINE
Youth Musical Theatre Company
2/23-3/4/2018

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MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET
3D Theatricals
2/9-3/4/2018

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JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH JR.
CITY OF EL SEGUNDO RECREATION DEPARTMENT
3/1-3/4/2018

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THE WIZARD OF OZ (YPE)
Attic Community Theatre
2/16-3/4/2018

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SINGIN' IN THE RAIN
HIGH STREET ARTS CENTER
2/2-3/4/2018

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INTO THE WOODS
NOTRE DAME DE NAMUR UNIVERSITY
2/23-3/4/2018

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MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET
Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts
2/23-3/4/2018
The smash-hit musical is inspired by the recording session that brought together rock ‘n’ roll icons Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Carl Perkins for the first and only time. On December 4, 1956, the famous four gathered at Sun Records in Memphis for what would be one of the greatest jam sessions ever. Featuring such songs as “Blue Suede Shoes”, “Great Balls of Fire”, “Walk the Line”, “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On” and more, this thrilling musical brings you inside the recording studio for one unforgettable music-making night.
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ELVIS '68 in Broadway ELVIS '68
Maverick Theater
1/12-3/4/2018
This stage re-creation of the artist's 1968 television special explores a pivotal moment in the career of Elvis Presley. At the time Elvis' popularity had faded and his career was nearly washed up. What was meant to be a safe Christmas special became his comeback when a young director broke all the rules and showed the world an Elvis we had never seen before. 20 of Elvis’ hits performed with a live band. Written & Directed by Brian Newell
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SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS
VANGUARD UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
2/15-3/4/2018

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INTO THE WOODS
OFF BROADWAY CORONA THEATER
3/1-3/4/2018

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Nothing Is the Same in Broadway NOTHING IS THE SAME
Sierra Madre Playhouse
1/19-3/4/2018
December 7, 1941. Four Hawaiian youngsters (two of Korean extraction, one of Filipino parentage, one of Japanese extraction) are playing marbles in a churchyard in Wahiawa, on Oahu’s North Shore. Japanese bombers buzz the town on their way to attack Pearl Harbor. War arrives, and Nothing Is the Same. Mits, the Japanese-Hawaiian youth, eventually becomes an object of suspicion after he appears to signal one of the aircraft flying overhead. Could he possibly be a spy for the enemy? How will this effect how the other three youngsters respond to him? Japanese Americans on the mainland are being sent to detention camps far from their homes. Will that happen to Mits on the island? George, Bobi and Daniel, the other three, though not of Japanese heritage, are Asian Pacific Americans. How will perceptions of how they are seen affect their lives and their relationship with Mits?
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Freud's Last Session in Broadway FREUD'S LAST SESSION
Odyssey Theatre Ensemble
1/13-3/4/2018
September, 1939. On the day England enters World War II, legendary psychoanalyst Dr. Sigmund Freud invites the young, rising Oxford don C.S. Lewis to his home in London. There, only weeks before Freud took his own life, they engage in a brain-teasing battle of wits on the subjects of love, sex and the existence of God. Filled with humor, this deeply touching play explores the minds, hearts and souls of two brilliant men addressing the greatest questions of all time. Jan. 13 – March 4: Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. with four additional weeknight performances on Wed., Jan. 24; Thurs., Feb. 8; Wed,, Feb. 21, and Thurs., March 1, all at 8 p.m. Odyssey Theatre, 2055 S. Sepulveda Blvd., West Los Angeles, 90025; The third Friday of every month (Jan. 19 & Feb. 16)) is wine night at the Odyssey: enjoy complimentary wine and snacks and mingle with the cast after the show. For reservations and information, call (310) 477-2055 or go to OdysseyTheatre.com.
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Musical Theatre West presents MUSICAL THEATRE WEST PRESENTS "GUYS AND DOLLS"
Musical Theatre West at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center
2/16-3/4/2018
Gangsters and gamblers, missionary dolls, and showgirls turn the gamble of love into a high-energy musical when Musical Theatre West presents five-time Tony Award-winning musical "Guys and Dolls, February 16 - March 4 at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center. Based on the stories and characters by Damon Runyon, with music and lyrics by Frank Loesser and book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows, the show tops Entertainment Weekly’s list of “The Greatest Musical of all Time.” Tickets are now on sale at www.musical.org, by calling (562) 856- 1999 ext. 4 or at the Musical Theatre West ticket office. Tickets start at $20. Rolling the dice is the vice of choice for Nathan Detroit (Matthew Henerson). He has big spenders ready to join his latest illegal crap game, but he needs some serious dough to keep the game afloat. He taps Sky Masterson (Jeremiah James), a man who’s known for his willingness to gamble on anything and everything. Their $1000 bet: Sky has to get prim and pious do-gooder Sarah Brown (Madison Claire Parks) to go with him on a jaunt to Havana. Nathan certainly likes the odds; after all, he’s kept his own fiancée, Miss Adelaide (Bree Murphy), waiting for their trip to the altar for 14 years! As Sarah searches for sinners to reform, Nathan keeps looking to make his big score and Sky comes to find that love just may be the biggest gamble of all. Set against the picturesque backdrop of New York’s Broadway, Guys and Dolls features one of the greatest musical scores, with hits that include: “I’ve Never Been in Love Before,” “Adelaide’s Lament,” “Bushel and a Peck,” If I Were a Bell,” and “Luck, Be a Lady.” This musical masterpiece is not to be missed!
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SEUSSICAL
CHRISTIAN YOUTH THEATER SAN DIEGO
2/23-3/4/2018

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SEUSSICAL
YOUNG ACTORS THEATRE
2/22-3/4/2018

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SEUSSICAL
PLAYHOUSE MERCED
2/9-3/4/2018

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42ND STREET
Inspire School of Arts & Sciences
2/23-3/4/2018

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LEGALLY BLONDE
SHERMAN OAKS CENTER FOR ENRICHED STUDIES
3/1-3/4/2018

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THE WIZARD OF OZ (YPE)
Irwin Academy of Performing Arts
2/27-3/6/2018

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THE WIZARD OF OZ (RSC)
Whitney High School
3/1-3/8/2018

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ANYTHING GOES-BEAUMONT'87
R.A. Millikan High School
3/1-3/10/2018

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DISNEY'S THE LION KING KIDS
POISON APPLE PRODUCTIONS
2/28-3/10/2018

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9 TO 5, THE MUSICAL
ROCKLIN HIGH SCHOOL
3/1-3/10/2018

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An Illegal Start in Broadway AN ILLEGAL START
Santa Monica Pier
2/10-3/10/2018
Theatre in the Merry Go-Round! Santa Monica Public Theatre brings a revolutionary new concept to the world famous Santa Monica Pier with its presentation of the original stage play, AN ILLEGAL START. Directed by visionary theatre veteran Paul Sand, AN ILLEGAL START spins the tale of an unlikely friendship borne between two young men who find refuge in a defunct rural amusement park after surviving a near-tragic accident. Their journey through subsequent years is an exploration of the bond between close friends and all of the joy, fear, jealousy, pain and profound meaning that comes with it.
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NICE WORK IF YOU CAN...
El Camino Fundamental High School
3/1-3/10/2018

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WATER BY THE SPOONFUL
Center Theatre Group
1/31-3/11/2018
Quiara Alegr?_a Hudes; dir: Lileana Blain-Cruz.Mark Taper Forum:
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DADDY LONG LEGS
International City Theatre
2/21-3/11/2018
book: John Caird; lyrics: Paul Gordon; music: Paul Gordon.
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Two Fisted Love in Broadway TWO FISTED LOVE
Odyssey Theatre
2/1-3/11/2018
Range of Light presents the world premiere of David Sessions’ dark comedy Two Fisted Love, a visiting production at the Odyssey Theatre. Opens February 3. It’s 2008 and Hollywood A-lister, Caroline Connors (Serena Scott Thomas), having recently been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, braves her descent into an uncertain future while attempting to navigate her relationships with her ultra-conservative and less than politically correct husband Kevin (David Sessions), and her defiant and idealistic daughter Rachel (Laura Long). Set in an affluent community near Silicon Valley in the months leading up to the financial crisis and the election, Two Fisted Love makes good use of its irreverent and original characters and artfully incorporates a blend of styles, ranging from, as Mr. Sessions puts it, “…a modern drawing room comedy to painfully dark conversations for mature audiences only…” The ensemble cast features Serena Scott Thomas (British actress; Paul Michael Anderson’s Inherent Vice, The World is Not Enough, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, BBC’s Diana) as matriarch Caroline Connors; Laura Long (AMC’s Turn: Washington’s Spies) as Rachel; David Sessions (Mail Call with R. Lee Ermey and Shootout; Candida at PRT, Hunger at the Odyssey, Bed Facing North at the Court Theatre, and Fortune and Men’s Eyes at the Coast Playhouse directed by David Galligan) as Kevin; Jason Downs (Hairspray, Clara’s Heart, The Homecoming directed by Guillermo Cienfuegos and Cigarettes and Chocolate at PRT) plays Andy, the offbeat and ‘amoral’ computer programmer; Lynne Oropeza (The Manchurian Candidate, HBO’s Westworld, FX’s Baskets) plays Caroline’s best friend, Maggie; Jacob Osborne (Home Invaders, White River Tales) plays the underachieving son, Justin; Guy Kapulnik (After the War, The Dibuk, Bordo) plays Caroline’s neurologist, Dr. Sharon; Rene Rivera (King of the Desert, Boleros, Disenchanted) plays Robert, a ‘rags to riches’ immigrant from across the border; and Paula Lafayette (Roxanna, Australian TV’s Wonderland) plays Maria, an ‘illegal’ immigrant who finds herself living in the basement and scrubbing floors for this rich and famous, yet dysfunctional American family. Two Fisted Love began its development at the Pacific Resident Theatre, where it was carefully tuned for nearly three years under the watchful eye of Marilyn Fox before receiving a staged reading at the Odyssey Theatre in October of 2016 (courtesy of Ron Sossi) which featured Orson Bean and Alley Mills in two of the leading roles; the script then received further dramaturgical input and revision over the first half of 2017 by Jules Aaron before finding its way to Serena Scott Thomas. David Sessions was born in Roswell, New Mexico and raised in Berkeley, California. He studied playwriting at the HB Studios in New York under the direction of Uta Hagen, and is the son of philosopher and deep ecologist George Sessions. The creative team for Two Fisted Love includes scenic designer John Iacovelli, lighting design by Brian Gale, and sound designed by Cricket Myers. The assistant director is Ryan McRee and the stage manager is Morgan Wilday. Two Fisted Love runs Feb. 3 through March 11, with performances on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 8 p.m., and Sundays at 3 p.m. Two preview performances take place on Thursday, Feb. 1 and Friday, Feb. 2. All tickets are $34 (reserved seating) except previews which are $15. The Odyssey Theatre is located at 2055 S. Sepulveda Blvd., West Los Angeles, 90025. Secure, on-site parking is available for $5. For reservations and information, call 866-811-4111 or go to www.twofistedlove.com.
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THE PRODUCERS
SAN LUIS OBISPO LITTLE THEATRE
2/16-3/11/2018

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THE ADDAMS FAMILY
Sunnyvale Community Players
2/23-3/11/2018

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TENDERLY THE ROSEMARY CLOONEY MUSICAL
Lucky Penny Productions
2/23-3/11/2018

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SISTER ACT
PALM CANYON THEATRE
2/23-3/11/2018

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THE CHINESE WALL in Broadway THE CHINESE WALL
Lonny Chapman Theatre
1/26-3/11/2018
The Chinese Wall (Die Chinesische Mauer) The Trump administration is satirized in an update of Max Frisch’s 1946 anti-fascist fable. Ages 18+. Some nudity. The Group Rep, Lonny Chapman Theatre, 10900 Burbank Blvd., North Hollywood. Fri.-Sat., 8 p.m.; next Sun., 2 p.m.; ends March 11. $20, $25. www.thegrouprep.com (818) 763-5990.
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Definition of This in Broadway DEFINITION OF THIS
Actors Workout Studio
2/16-3/11/2018
First-time playwright Thea Grabiec weaves the tale of celebrated New York playwright Emma Jordan, who watches her entire empire crumble before her eyes after she is accused of plagiarism. Her closest friends-the actors in her theatre company-are blacklisted as they try to figure out who has falsely accused Emma and ruined all of their careers. Is it someone close to home? Or just a jealous “wannabe”? A bizarre love triangle further complicates matters, especially when a baby comes into the picture. This farcical drama will surprise and delight you. No secret is safe.
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GYPSY
Pacifica Spindrift Players
2/16-3/11/2018

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The Hothouse in Broadway THE HOTHOUSE
Kiki & David Gindler Performing Arts Center
1/18-3/11/2018
A wild, impudent and blisteringly funny look at a government-run mental institution in which the wardens may be madder than the inmates. Under a veil of devilish wit and subversive humor, Harold Pinter's biting political commentary on the perils of unchecked power is as vital and pertinent today as when he first wrote it. Nike Doukas directs a fully partner-cast production. Jan 18 – March 11; $15-$34; Kiki & David Gindler Performing Arts Center, 110 East Broadway, Glendale, CA 91205; (818) 506-1983 or www.antaeus.org.
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THE 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE
ROOSEVELT HIGH SCHOOL
2/23-3/11/2018

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THE HOTHOUSE
Antaeus Theatre Company
1/18-3/11/2018
Harold Pinter; dir: Nike Doukas.Theater:
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THE ART COUPLE
Sacred Fools Theater
2/9-3/17/2018
Brendan Hunt; dir: Lauren Van Kurin.Black Box:
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THE WEDDING SINGER
BAM! - BAY AREA MUSICALS
2/15-3/17/2018

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4Play: Sex In A Series in Broadway 4PLAY: SEX IN A SERIES
The Actors Company
2/14-3/17/2018
Celebrate Valentine’s Day (and the rest of February and March) with this delightful romantic comedy that blurs the lines between art and life, gay and straight. New York City’s trip. theater ensemble kicks off its move to L.A. with the West Coast premiere of the company’s uniquely theatrical hit production, direct from a sold out run in Chicago — the not-so-simple story of boy meets girl, boy meets boy, girl meets girl, and all the little things that can ruin a perfectly good dinner party. trip.: a place we have not been before. #tripla. “The romances are steamy, the characters are lovable, and the performance is expressive, lively and animated… an all-around feel-good, fun night out, which leaves you wanting more. — Show Business Weekly. trip. @ The Actors Company, 916 A North Formosa Ave. Los Angeles CA 90046; All tickets: $25; A $70 “Lover’s Package” is available Feb. 14-17 (includes two tickets, champagne, chocolates and a naughty/nice surprise package); (800) 838-3006; www.tripnyc.org
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THIS RANDOM WORLD
North Coast Repertory Theatre
2/21-3/18/2018
Steven Dietz; dir: David Ellenstein.North Coast Repertory Theatre:
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Crazy for You in Broadway CRAZY FOR YOU
Ahmanson Theatre
2/7-3/18/2018
Featuring a score of showstoppers by George and Ira Gershwin including "I Got Rhythm," "Embraceable You," "Slap That Bass" and "Someone To Watch Over Me," "Crazy for You" is an irresistibly funny valentine to the American musicals of the 1930s. The book by Ken Ludwig brings audiences into a world of cowboys and showgirls, where a Wall Street guy and a Main Street gal can fall madly in love, put on a show and dance their way to happiness.
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RAGTIME VERSION 2
BERKELEY PLAYHOUSE
2/15-3/18/2018

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Antony & Cleopatra- The Musical in Broadway ANTONY & CLEOPATRA- THE MUSICAL
Gray Studios
2/24-3/18/2018
Shakespeare’s Antony & Cleopatra is rarely produced in Southern California, and it may be because the genre-defying play is one of the Bard’s most complex: It’s a history play, but it takes liberties with historical facts; It could be seen as a sequel to Julius Caesar, yet it stands on its own; Its heroine is a leader of men, but also an object of male sexual desire. Its complexity, however, may be the source of its appeal. Antony & Cleopatra has its all: Romance, passion, sex, heartbreak, the fascination of royalty, war, politics, the epic sweep of history and, at its center, one of history’s most celebrated love stories: that of Antony, a general and triumvir of the Roman Republic who defied his Emperor; and the woman for whom Antony was willing to risk all, the Macedonian usurper of the throne of Egypt, the mighty Queen Cleopatra. In one of her signature moves, director Gloria Gifford retains Shakespeare’s text while augmenting the proceedings with a contemporary song score. Presented by Jamaica moon Prods. and GGC Players.
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9 TO 5, THE MUSICAL
FOOTHILL COMMUNITY COLLEGE
3/1-3/18/2018

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The Happiest Song Plays Last in Broadway THE HAPPIEST SONG PLAYS LAST
Los Angeles Theater Center
2/17-3/19/2018
Set to the joyful sounds of traditional Puerto Rican folk music, this poignant play — the final installment in Hudes’ three-play “Elliot cycle,” which began with the Pulitzer Prize-finalist Elliot, A Soldier’s Fugue and Pulitzer Prize-winner Water by the Spoonful — chronicles a year in the life of two kindred souls as they search for love, meaning and a sense of hope in a quickly changing world. At the dawn of the Arab Spring in an ancient Jordanian town, an Iraq War veteran struggles to overcome the traumas of combat by taking on an entirely new and unexpected career: an action-film hero. At the same time, halfway around the world in a cozy North Philadelphia kitchen, his cousin takes on a heroic new role of her own: as the heart and soul of her crumbling community, providing hot meals and an open door for the needy. Directed by Edward Torres, who directed the world premiere production at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, and featuring live music by Grammy Award-winning tres guitar player Nelson González. Feb. 22 through March 19 at The Los Angeles Theatre Center, 514 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, CA 90013; $24- $52; For reservations and information, call (866) 811-4111 or go to http://thelatc.org.
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The Alamo in Broadway THE ALAMO
Ruskin Group Theatre
2/24-3/24/2018
In the blue collar Bay Ridge section of Brooklyn sits a rundown neighborhood institution called The Alamo; the last great American bar. The owners, Munce and Carmen, along with some of their regulars watched, from the roof, as the World Trade Towers fell, taking down their relatives, friends, and neighbors. Today, with an aging clientele, the place is fighting to keeps it’s doors open and the only hope seems to be the arrival of artist/gentrifiers who are moving into the neighborhood and wanting to adopt the bar as an entertainment hangout. Bay Ridge locals and Alamo regulars don’t want to surrender their bar, much less their neighborhood, to these young neo-carpetbaggers without a fight. Touching on themes of, nativism, racism, and war, The Alamo paints a humorous and dramatic portrait of eight working class Bay Ridge natives who always seem to find themselves on the front lines of change in America. During their second decade of bringing Los Angeles audiences outstanding entertainment, Ruskin Group Theatre continues to celebrate the essence of arts and humanity, within the microcosm of theatre. Supporting new writers and the development of new plays is an important part of the Ruskin season. Ian McRae’s The Alamo was inspired by an op-ed piece called “The Hard Lessons Of Iraq” by David Ignatius, published in The Washington Post on the tenth anniversary of the invasion. The ten-minute piece found a slot at the Actor's Theatre in New York and The Eight Tens At Eight in Santa Cruz, California, which propelled him to create this full-length play. Ian was an apprentice with Sanford Meisner and has taught at The Neighborhood Playhouse School Of The Theatre. He was a member of Cucaracha Theatre in NYC where several of his plays were produced. “The Alamo is an authentic and touching portrayal of an Italian-American neighborhood in Brooklyn. Both funny and dramatic, it features vivid characters whose lives haven’t turned out quite the way that they had hoped. Each of them carries scars of the past (from Vietnam to 9/11, and choices long gone) as they fight for their place in a world under the assault of millennial gentrification. I love this play, because Ian McRae writes with such passion, compassion, and humor, about a forgotten group of people—blue collar Americans” – Kent Thompson; Director Our Cast: Bobby Costanzo (Joey), Eileen Galindo (Carmen), Nancy Georgini (Claudine), Milica Govich (Mary), Julia Arian (Micaela/Alternate), Kelsey Griswold (Micaela /Alternate), John Lacy (Dominic), Jack Merrill (Tick), and Tim True (Munce) The production team includes John Ruskin and Michael Myers (Producers), Mike Reilly (Production Manager), John Iacovelli (Scenic Design), Edward Sales (Lighting Designer), Chip Bolcik (Sound Design), Emily N. Smith (Costume Designer), Paul Ruddy (Casting), and Nicole Millar (Stage Manager) The Alamo opens at 8pm on Saturday, February 24th and continues Fridays – Saturday at 8pm, Sundays 2pm through March 31, 2018. Ruskin Group Theatre is located at 3000 Airport Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90405. Tickets are $27 - $30 and can be purchased in advance by calling (310) 397-3244 or online at www.ruskingrouptheatre.com . Free parking available on site.
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The Chosen in Broadway THE CHOSEN
The Fountain Theatre
1/17-3/25/2018
A silent father, an ancient tradition and an unexpectedly important game of baseball forge bonds of lifelong friendship between two Jewish boys from “five blocks and a world apart” in this funny, poignant, timely and timeless father-son story about recognition and acceptance of “the other.” Jan. 20–March 25: Saturdays at 8 p.m., Sundays at 2 p.m. & Mondays at 8 p.m.; $20-$40; Every Monday night is Pay-What-You-Want; Fountain Theatre, 5060 Fountain Ave. (at Normandie), Los Angeles, CA 90029; (323) 663-1525; www.FountainTheatre.com.
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Nice Fish in Broadway NICE FISH
Interact Theatre Company
2/16-3/25/2018
Los Angeles' acclaimed Interact Theatre Company brings actor Mark Rylance and Minnesota poet Louis Jenkins' masterful and poignant hit comedy, "NICE FISH" to the West Coast for the first time, for a limited run at Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles, February 16 - March 25. "Deliriously funny" - Variety "Entertainment of an extremely high order" - Deadline "Nice Fish is a great catch" - Hollywood Reporter "Bewitching" (Critic's pick) - New York Times Tickets on sale now at www.interactla.org!
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Alright Then in Broadway ALRIGHT THEN
Pacific Resident Theatre
1/27-3/25/2018
Starring Orson Bean and Alley Mills Tony Award nominee, and winner of the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award (Best Solo Performance 2015), Orson Bean, returns to Pacific Resident Theatre in the world premiere of “Alright Then,” co-starring Alley Mills. The new production, January 27 – March 25, 2018, is being directed by Guillermo Cienfuegos (Ovation Award and Los Angeles Drama Critic’s Circle Award for Best Director), and was inspired by Bean’s multi-award winning companion piece SAFE AT HOME: An Evening with Orson Bean. As one of America’s best-known raconteurs, and an undisputed triple threat, Orson Bean has entertained several generations of audiences in all forms of media. In his latest comical and genuine extravaganza, he and Alley Mills recount a magical but unlikely meeting that changed the course of their lives forever. A funny, vivid, and synchronistic journey about two artists who beat the odds in the world of entertainment, love…and marriage. “Alright Then” opens at 8pm on January 27th and runs Thursdays – Saturdays at 8pm, and on Sundays at 3pm through March 25, 2018. Pacific Resident Theatre is located at 703 Venice Blvd. in Venice, CA 90291. Tickets are $25 - $34 and can be purchased online at http://www.pacificresidenttheatre.com or by calling (310) 822-8392. prtboxoffice@earthlink.net Guillermo Cienfuegos (Critics Choice – LA Times for PRT’s Rhinoceros; The Homecoming and Henry V – Critics Choice – LA Times; Ovation Award, and Los Angeles Drama Critic’s Circle Award for Best Director) helmed Orson’s 2015/16 multi-award-winning production, Safe at Home: An Evening With Orson Bean, and now returns at the helm for Alright Then. One of Los Angeles’ top directors (Stage Raw award-winning Dutch Masters at Rogue Machine Theatre; 3 Ovation Awards including Best Production) his productions have appeared on KCRW’s, and numerous other, ‘Best of the Year’ lists. In addition, Cienfuegos has directed eight World Premieres for Pacific Resident Theatre, including Keith Stevenson’s Ovation-Award-nominated Out There on Fried Meat Ridge Road (recently TOP TEN list for London’s West End), A Fried Meat Christmas, and The Unfryable Meatness of Being; in addition, My Girlfriend is an Alien by Keith DeFacto (LA Weekly and Stage Raw Recommended). After a successful run at PRT, his production of Vince Melocchi’s Julia (nominated for 3 LA Weekly Awards, including Best Director) transferred to New York’s 59E59 Theatre, Off Broadway. Lions, his first collaboration with Melocchi, was nominated for an Ovation Award and later published by Samuel French. Orson Bean starred on Broadway for twenty years, winning a Theater World Award and garnering a Tony Award nomination; Best Featured Actor in a Musical. His stage career includes starring roles in the Broadway production of Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? (Walter Matthau and Jayne Mansfield), Never Too Late, and Illya Darling. Most recently, he garnered the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award - Best Solo Performance – for his work at PRT in Safe at Home: An Evening with Orson Bean. Orson received a SAG Award nomination for his performance in the film “Being John Malkovich.” Orson is part of a generation that created the foundation for Broadway and Hollywood as it is today. As a comic, he appeared over 200 times on The Tonight Show, approximately one hundred times as substitute host. As a guest star, he was seen on To Tell The Truth for eight years. Bean has appeared in TV cult favorites Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman and Forever Fernwood. For seven years, he portrayed the storekeeper, Loren Bray, on the popular western drama, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. Orson recently appeared on Modern Family and played Roy Bender, Karen McCluskey’s husband on the three final seasons of Desperate Housewives. His new film “Equalizer II” starring Denzel Washington will be released later this year. Alley Mills is best know for her six year run as Norma Arnold on The Wonder Years, however she has starred in a dozen other series and numerous TV films. On the big screen Alley played the lead, opposite John Candy, in the movie “Going Berserk.” Her first professional appearance was in a Joe Papp New York Shakespeare Festival production. She then embarked on a national tour as Juliet in Romeo and Juliet. On the west coast she has worked at the Mark Taper Forum and the American Conservatory Theater among others. She is a 20-year member of PRT. Currently she is a regular cast member of CBS daytime series The Bold and the Beautiful. She is a magna-cum-laude graduate of the first class of women at Yale and earned an M.A. at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts.
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Aladdin in Broadway ALADDIN
Pantages Theatre
1/10-3/31/2018
From the producer of The Lion King comes the timeless story of ALADDIN, a thrilling new production filled with unforgettable beauty, magic, comedy and breathtaking spectacle. It’s an extraordinary theatrical event where one lamp and three wishes make the possibilities infinite. Hailed by USA Today as “Pure Genie-Us,” ALADDIN features all your favorite songs from the film as well as new music written by Tony and Academy Award® winner Alan Menken (Newsies) with lyrics penned by the legendary Howard Ashman (Beauty and the Beast), Tony Award winner Tim Rice (The Lion King, Aida), and book writer Chad Beguelin (The Wedding Singer). Directed and choreographed by Tony Award winner Casey Nicholaw (The Book of Mormon, Something Rotten!), this “Fabulous” and “Extravagant” (The New York Times) new musical boasts an incomparable design team, with sets, costumes and lighting from Tony Award winners Bob Crowley (Mary Poppins), Gregg Barnes (Kinky Boots), and Natasha Katz (An American in Paris).
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FORE!
CalArts Center for New Performance
2/27-3/31/2018
Aleshea Harris; trans: Christine Casler, Kenneth Casler; dir: Arnaud Meunier.
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ALLEGIANCE
East West Players
2/21-4/1/2018
book: Marc Acito, Jay Kuo, Lorenzo Thione; lyrics: Jay Kuo; music: Jay Kuo.Aratani Theatre:
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HENRY V
A Noise Within
2/4-4/6/2018
William Shakespeare; music: Robert Oriol; dir: Geoff Elliott, Julia Rodriguez-Elliott.Redmond Stage:
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SELL/BUY/DATE
Geffen Playhouse
2/27-4/8/2018
Sarah Jones; dir: Carolyn Cantor.Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater:
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MAMMA MIA!
SIERRA REPERTORY THEATRE
2/10-4/8/2018

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A RAISIN IN THE SUN
A Noise Within
2/25-4/8/2018
Lorraine Hansberry; dir: Gregg Daniels.Redmond Stage:
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Unemployed Elephants - A Love Story in Broadway UNEMPLOYED ELEPHANTS - A LOVE STORY
The Little Victory Theatre
3/1-4/15/2018
A chance meeting in an airport lounge leads to a Burmese odyssey and a search for a missing monk… and maybe love. The Victory Theatre’s Maria Gobetti directs a romantic comedy by Wendy Graf (No Word in Guyanese for Me, Please Don’t Ask About Becket).March 1-April 15; The Little Victory Theatre, 3324 W Victory Blvd, Burbank, CA 91505; $24-$34; 818-841-5422; www.thevictorytheatrecenter.org
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PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT
Celebration Theatre
2/9-5/6/2018

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I.C.E.
24th Street Theatre Company
2/23-5/6/2018
Leon Martell; dir: Debbie Devine.
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