Now Playing Onstage in Los Angeles - Week of 6/04/2017

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MURDER, ANYONE? in Broadway MURDER, ANYONE?
Whitefire Theatre
4/5-6/7/2017
MURDER, ANYONE? Emmy-winning writer Gordon Bressack directs his world premiere comedy about two writers who argue relentlessly as they work on their god awful play that just keeps getting worse and worse, when several bloody murders occur to the delight of all. The play stars Carla Collins and Devin Caldarone, Bruce Clifford, Liesl Jackson, Abraham Smith and Jack Zullo
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The Interference in Broadway THE INTERFERENCE
Rogue Machine Theatre
6/6-6/8/2017
He said. She said. Truth. In a culture where student athletes become celebrities, everybody has an incentive to bury the truth…except the victim. Winner of the Scotsman Fringe First Award for excellence and innovation in new writing, a Broadway Baby Bobby Award for exceptional work at the Fringe, and on the final shortlist for the Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award for outstanding work addressing human rights issues, The Interference comes to Rogue Machine for a limited run June 6 - 8, during the Hollywood Fringe Festival.
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HAIRSPRAY
POLY HIGH SCHOOL
6/1-6/9/2017

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THE WIZARD OF OZ (YPE)
Montebello Park Elementary
6/8-6/9/2017

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LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS
LIVERMORE VALLEY CHARTER PREP HIGH SCHOOL
6/1-6/10/2017

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DISNEY'S BEAUTY AND THE BEAST JR
HAMLIN SCHOOL, THE
6/8-6/10/2017

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BYE BYE BIRDIE
MUSICAL THEATRE WORKS
6/8-6/10/2017

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CHARLIE BROWN (REVISED)
Discovery Charter School
6/8-6/10/2017

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MY FAIR LADY
South Bay Musical Theatre
5/20-6/10/2017

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WHERE THE NUMBERS END: A Hell's Kitchen Love Tragdegy in Broadway WHERE THE NUMBERS END: A HELL'S KITCHEN LOVE TRAGDEGY
Whitefire Theatre
4/8-6/10/2017
The Whitefire Theatre presents the world premiere of “WHERE THE NUMBERS END: A Hell’s Kitchen Love Tragedy” written and directed by Amanda Moresco. On a Saturday night, in a Hell's Kitchen bar, three tough New York City chicks face their demons and discover whether or not they have the strength to make it out of the bar alive. Filled with raw humor and candid truth the play explores themes of brokenness vs resilience, and the strength that it takes to escape the demons of your past. Now through June 10, 2017 Saturdays at 8:00 PM Ages 18 and up Mature language and minimal violence Tickets $22 brownpapertickets.com Information: 818-990-2324 Whitefire Theatre, 13500 Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks 91423
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THE WIZARD OF OZ (RSC)
Worldwide Theatricals
6/10-6/10/2017

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CARRIE THE MUSICAL
UCLA Theatre Department
6/2-6/10/2017

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SCHOOL OF ROCK
Yorba Linda Spotlight Theatre
6/8-6/10/2017

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NEXT TO NORMAL
EAST WEST PLAYERS
5/11-6/11/2017

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THE WORLD GOES 'ROUND
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIV SAN BERNARDINO
6/2-6/11/2017

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DISNEY'S ALICE IN WONDERLAND JR
A TIME FOR DANCE
6/11-6/11/2017

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CHARLIE BROWN (REVISED)
Art of Dance & Ballet Academy
6/11-6/11/2017

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THE WIZARD OF OZ (YPE)
California Arts Academy
6/2-6/11/2017

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JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT (MEGAMIX)
YADA-Youth Academy of Dramatic Arts
5/10-6/11/2017

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NATIVE SON
Antaeus Theatre Company
4/20-6/11/2017
Nambi E. Kelley; dir: Nataki Garrett.
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SORDID LIVES
The New Conservatory Theatre Center
5/12-6/11/2017
Del Shores; dir: Dennis Lickteig.
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Cyrano de Bergerac in Broadway CYRANO DE BERGERAC
Archway Theatre
5/13-6/11/2017
Famous swordsman, poet, lover, and man with a giant nose! Cyrano de Bergerac is full of outlandish humor, beautiful verse of love, and touching moments of humanity while audiences follow the title character through his exploits of challenging pranksters, fighting duels, reciting love from the shadows, battling at the war front, and fending off verbal jousts made at his huge nose!
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Now Playing Onstage in Los Angeles - Week of 6/04/2017 "A CONVERSATION WITH EDITH HEAD" STARRING SUSAN CLAASSEN
California State University Fullerton
6/10-6/11/2017
Edith Head enjoyed a hallowed position in Hollywood dressing all of the glamorous stars of the Golden Era both male and female. She earned eight Academy Awards (more than any other woman to date) designing some 1100 films in her 43- year career at both Paramount and Universal Studios. Susan Claassen's uncanny portrayal has received countless accolades from her many appearances across the country and in a long engagement in London's West End. This will be her first Southern California appearance in five years. The MAMM ALLIANCE, a public support group at California State University Fullerton, is presenting this event as a benefit for the performing arts students of the University.
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Jane Austen's Emma, A Live Dinner Theater Play in Broadway JANE AUSTEN'S EMMA, A LIVE DINNER THEATER PLAY
The Madeline Garden Bistro & Venue
6/2-6/11/2017
Emma Woodhouse is a pretty, clever and rich girl living in 1815 Regency England. After she plays matchmaker for her governess, she begins to unsuccessfully try to pair off the entire village of Highbury. Filled with comedy, romance and intrigue, Emma is a "comedy of manners" based upon the beloved story by Jane Austen, read by millions and adapted into multiple plays, books and Hollywood movies. ? Our production features a cast of over 12 professional Los Angeles actors performed in the beautiful historic Madeline Gardens in Old Pasadena. Your full immersive experience will include a full high tea meal with savories and confections paired with freshly steeped tea.
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FORBIDDEN BROADWAY GREATEST HITS
Bakersfield Music Theatre
6/2-6/17/2017

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HAIR
Mountain Play Association
6/10-6/17/2017

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UNSPOKEN: Shakespeare's Personae in Peril in Broadway UNSPOKEN: SHAKESPEARE'S PERSONAE IN PERIL
Theatre Underground
6/3-6/17/2017
Unspoken: Shakespeare’s Personae in Peril is a Scholarship Selection for the HOLLYWOOD FRINGE FEST '17 The 2nd comedy in playwright Blaire Baron’s “Spoken” Trilogy,  giving new life and recognition to many “Unsung” Shakespearean characters. In this play, The Canon is about to be privatized. A group of minor Shakespeare Actor-Characters are held in a Greenroom while the new “Funders” vote on permanent cuts and modern adaptations to the Canon. They must stand before the Funders and fight for their relevance. A bittersweet comedy, the noteworthy theme embraces all marginalized people and groups having to claim their right to exist in a rapidly intolerant society. Another layer of the play is the bittersweet life of an actor – and what happens when all the sacrifices made for this life might – or might not – have been worth it. The minor characters featured are Gregory (Romeo and Juliet), Blind Gobbo (Merchant of Venice), the Philostrate (Midsummer Nights Dream), Sly (Taming of the Shrew), Hecate(Macbeth) and Fortinbras(Hamlet) DIRECTOR: Matthew Singletary PLAYWRIGHT: Blaire Baron THE CAST: Keith Barber, Blaire Baron, Ida Darvish, Michael Goodman, Brian Graves, Will Gressman, Juliette Jeffers, Rochelle Leffler, Brandon Nagle, Kila Packett, and Nadia Trinidad PRODUCERS: Los Angeles Drama Club (www.losangelesdramaclub.com) & Jessica Hopkins. 
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ACT OF GOD
B Street Theatre
5/17-6/17/2017
David Javerbaum; dir: David Pierini.
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FENCES
Long Beach Playhouse
5/20-6/17/2017
August Wilson.
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A Flea In Her Ear  in Broadway A FLEA IN HER EAR
Whittier Community Theatre
6/2-6/17/2017
A FLEA IN HER EAR written by George Feydeau translated by Bennett Shaw will be presented by Whittier Community Theatre June 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17, 2017 with one matinee on June 11, 2017. Directed by Eric Moodyman, Assistant Directed by Michael Ornelas, Co-Produced by Roxie Lee and Patty Rangel. It’s a very funny farce set in 1910 France. Featuring the talents of: Gabriel Borjon, Mackenzie Campbell, Estella Cazal, Richard De Vicariis, David King, Carlos Lopez, Frank McCay, Tori Michael, Justin Patrick Murphy, Daniel Romero, Caitlin Mae Shepherd, Carolyn Royer, Tom Royer, Justin Wilson. Friday and Saturday curtain at 8:00 p.m. Sunday matinee at 2:30 p.m. All performances at The Center Theatre 7630 S. Washington Ave. Whittier. Ticket cost: $15.00 for adults and $12.00 for Seniors, Students and Military with an I.D. For reservations please call our reservation line 562-696-0600 or go to our website: www.whittiercommunitytheatre.org
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Camp Rock The Musical in Broadway CAMP ROCK THE MUSICAL
Hermosa Beach Playhouse
6/9-6/17/2017
Puttin on Productions is a non profit children's theatre company in Manhattan Beach. Camp Rock the Musical is being performed by our Mini POPs division ages 7-11. You'll be blown away by what these young kids can do! A great show to bring the whole family to and introduce kids of all ages to the theatre at a fraction of typical show prices!
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THE WEDDING SINGER
WESTMINSTER COMMUNITY PLAYHOUSE
6/2-6/18/2017

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THE LAST FIVE YEARS
CITY OF TORRANCE PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT
5/13-6/18/2017

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DISNEY'S BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
STAR REPERTORY THEATRE
6/10-6/18/2017

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LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS
PANIC! PRODUCTIONS
6/2-6/18/2017

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URINETOWN
MUSICAL THEATRE ACADEMY OF ORANGE COUNTY
6/9-6/18/2017

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SMOKEY JOE'S CAFE - THE SONGS OF LEIBER AND STOLLER
Broadway By the Bay
6/2-6/18/2017

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LUCKY STIFF
Actors Co-op Hollywood
5/12-6/18/2017
book: Lynn Ahrens; lyrics: Lynn Ahrens; music: Stephen Flaherty; dir: Mary Jo DuPrey.
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RAPTURE, BLISTER, BURN
City Lights Theater Company
5/18-6/18/2017
Gina Gionfriddo.
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SHOCKHEADED PETER
Cygnet Theatre Company
5/18-6/18/2017
book: Julian Bleach, Anthony Cairns, Graeme Gilmour, Tamzin Griffin; lyrics: Martyn Jacques; music: Adrian Huge, Martyn Jacques, Adrian Stout; dir: Rob Lutfy.
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THE REVOLUTIONISTS
MOXIE Theatre
5/21-6/18/2017
Lauren Gunderson; dir: Jennifer Eve Thorn.
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THE OLD MAN AND THE OLD MOON
The Old Globe
5/13-6/18/2017
Pigpen Theatre Co.; dir: Stuart Carden, Pigpen Theatre Co..
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missmatch in Broadway MISSMATCH
Let Live Theatre (at The Actors Company)
6/1-6/18/2017
Written by Amanda Conlon Based on actual events, this multimedia musical parody follows AC as she navigates her way through the world of online dating, unleashing hilariously disastrous results. Swipe right for show tunes and terrible dates! World Premiere at the 2017 Hollywood Fringe Festival! Showtimes: THU 6/1 @ 7p FRI 6/9 @ 8:30p SUN 6/11 @ 4p FRI 6/16 @ 10p SAT 6/17 @ 4p SUN 6/18 @ 7p Featuring: Amanda Conlon, Dahlya Glick, Geoffrey Kennedy, Lauren Olipra, Patrick Pizzolorusso, Brandon Reece, Sarah Rodenbaugh, Iain Sandison, Chris Yonan Running time: 50 minutes
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The Bakery in Broadway THE BAKERY
The Flight Theatre at The Complex Hollywood
6/3-6/18/2017
When a struggling bakery owner is faced with foreclosure, he must work together with his idiot brother to save their livelihood, despite the efforts of a scorned rival businessman, a potential rabid Sasquatch situation, and a bitter ex-employee determined to lace his baguette dough with rat poison.
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DAMN YANKEES in Broadway DAMN YANKEES
San Diego Musical Theatre
6/2-6/18/2017
Winner of 11 Tony Awards, including Best Musical and Best Choreography, Damn Yankees is sure to be a home run hit! Based on the novel The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant by Douglass Wallop, Damn Yankees is a devilishly clever musical comedy about America’s favorite pastime. Fanatical baseball fan Joe Boyd sells his soul to the devil in order to save his favorite team in this Faustian sports classic. With such illustrious songs as “Whatever Lola Wants” and “Heart,” follow Joe on his journey to save his team…and his soul.
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Inversion in Broadway INVERSION
Sacred Fools Theater Company
6/3-6/18/2017
Hey Fringe fans, my play Inversion has its preview Saturday and four subsequent performances, starting on the 8th. It's a work I hope will be likened to Closer, Dangerous Liaisons, Private Lives and Betrayal. Or, as the director puts it, it's as if Friends and The Big Bang Theory had a baby ;) Here are links to the trailer and to the page where you can buy tickets. Hope to see you there! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFFE1wkCRYs http://www.hollywoodfringe.org/projects/4600
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Blamed: An Established Fiction in Broadway BLAMED: AN ESTABLISHED FICTION
Studio/Stage
6/4-6/22/2017
Blamed: An Established Fiction is a new play that combines text with live music and dance to examine the girls and women throughout mythology, history, and literature who have been blamed for the ills of the world. Each culture seems to have one thing in common: A well-known tale in which a girl does something horrible, or is the victim of something horrible, and she ruins everything and everyone around her. From Eve and Pandora to Lilith and La Llorona, Blamed brings the women to life in an intoxicating mix of live music, dance, and story. WINNER: Hollywood Fringe Festival Scholarship Award 2017, Best Drama San Diego Fringe Festival 2015. Written by Callie Prendiville. Choreographed by Annie Lavin. Music by Wesley Chavez.
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Jersey Boys in Broadway JERSEY BOYS
Ahmanson Theatre
5/16-6/24/2017
How did four blue-collar kids become one of the greatest successes in pop music history? Find out at Broadway's runaway smash-hit, Jersey Boys. The Tony Award-winning Best Musical of the 2006 takes you up the charts, across the country and behind the music of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. As Clive Barnes in the New York Post says, 'It's just too good to be true.' Discover the secret of a 40-year friendship: four blue-collar kids working their way from the streets of Newark to the heights of stardom. And experience electrifying performances of the golden greats that took these guys all the way to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: 'Sherry,' 'Big Girls Don't Cry,' 'Can't Take My Eyes Off You,' 'Dawn,' 'My Eyes Adored You,' and more. The New York Times says, 'The crowd goes wild!' Now a Major Motion Picture! Jersey Boys is directed by Des McAnuff, with book by Marshall Brickman & Rick Elice , music by Bob Gaudio and lyrics by Bob Crewe.
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JERSEY BOYS
Center Theatre Group
5/16-6/24/2017
book: Marshall Brickman, Rick Elice; lyrics: Bob Crewe; music: Bob Gaudio; dir: Des McAnuff.
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Ladies in Waiting: The Judgement of Henry VIII in Broadway LADIES IN WAITING: THE JUDGEMENT OF HENRY VIII
Asylum @ Stephanie Feury Studio Theatre
6/12-6/24/2017
Tier 5 Theatre Project presents Ladies in Waiting: The Judgement of Henry VIII a play by James Cougar Canfield performing as a part of Hollywood Fringe Festival Select dates throughout June 2017: 12th at 8:30pm | 14th at 7:00pm | 17th at 2:30pm | 18th at 1:00pm | 24th at 4:00pm Asylum @ Stephanie Feury Studio Theatre (SFS Theatre Mainstage) 5636 Melrose Ave Tickets go sale May 1st at http://hff17.com/4200 What's a Tudor monarch to do when he has to face all six of his wives in the afterlife? After a critically acclaimed and sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August 2016, Tier 5 Theatre Project is excited to bring award-winning playwright James Cougar Canfield’s new play, LADIES IN WAITING: THE JUDGEMENT OF HENRY VIII stateside for its national premiere at the Hollywood Fringe Festival. LADIES IN WAITING is a sexy, heartbreaking, humorous, and dark exploration of Henry VIII and his relationships with the women in his life… with a feminist twist. 
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The Faggot King or the Troublesome Reign and Lamentable Death of Edward the Second in Broadway THE FAGGOT KING OR THE TROUBLESOME REIGN AND LAMENTABLE DEATH OF EDWARD THE SECOND
The Lounge Theatre
6/3-6/24/2017
The award winning creative team behind last summer’s Punch and Judy gets medieval on your ass with the earliest and bloodiest gay drama ever composed in English. The Warrior-King Edward Longshanks has died and his son has ascended to the English throne. Though the armies of Scotland and France menace his borders, the new-crowned Edward II remains oblivious, preoccupied with pining for his exiled lover Piers Gaveston. In ordering Gaveston’s return despite Longshank’s dying wish to the contrary, young King Edward provokes the outrage of the church. The many disturbing changes that accompany Gaveston’s return arouse the alarm and anger of the English nobility. And when Edward’s humiliated Queen allies herself with the rebellious Earl of March in a desperate bid to be rid of her hated rival Gaveston, the stage is set for a war that will divide and consume the realm. The School of Night is proud to present a raucous blend of song, sex, spectacle, horror, gender-swapping, clashing steel and versified bombast such as only the most controversial playwright in the English canon could conjure. Lust … obsession … adultery … treason … war … fabulous. Fight choreography by LADCC award winner for Punch and Judy, Jen Albert Directed by: Stage Raw Nominee for Best Comedy Direction, Christopher Johnson
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We Are Not These Hands in Broadway WE ARE NOT THESE HANDS
Rogue Machine Theatre
6/2-6/24/2017
Two cagey 15 year olds, Moth and Belly, live in the ruins of a dystopian society where filth is abundant and the addiction to consumerism and porn is incessant. But, they have each other – a relationship bound by love, an Internet café, and a slew of inside jokes. If they could only “cross the river,” and be in the capitalist society where an ostensible future exists. When they meet Leather, the journey veers in unconceivable directions as a series of humorous events unfold. WE ARE NOT THESE HANDS begins performances at 10pm on June 2nd and continues on Fri 6/9 at 10pm, Thurs 6/15 at 9:30, Fri 6/16 at 8pm, Sun 6/18 at 7pm, Wed. 6/21 8pm, Fri 6/23 at 10pm, and Sat 6/24 at 5pm. Rogue Machine is located at The Met, 1089 N Oxford Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90029. Tickets are $15. Reservations: 855-585-5185 or at http://www.roguemachinetheatre.net/fringe-2017
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HOUSE of ME in Broadway HOUSE OF ME
Asylum - Studio C
6/3-6/24/2017
MTV Cribs meets Grey Gardens as Christian Georgescu sets off verbal pyrotechnics in HOUSE of ME. After a transformative experience, our host cares for his mother while trying to piece himself back together; RSVP for a tongue-twisting, pill-popping, foot-stomping romp through the psyche. Come for the tour! Stay for the Meltdown! HOUSE OF ME is part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival performing at Asylum @ Studio C - 6448 Santa Monica Blvd, LA, CA 90038 Humor at its best: first disarming the reader with charm and wit, then hitting hard with truth that alters perception. - The Pedestal Magazine
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The Pleasure Project in Broadway THE PLEASURE PROJECT
Rogue Machine Theatre
6/8-6/24/2017
What do the humans have that could possibly be worth saving? Paula, the sexiest of the aliens, knows the answer! In this hilarious, irreverent and sensual one-woman variety show, Ava Bogle explores pleasure and much more, through music, dance, lip syncing and, yes, donut holes. Women, no longer timid about their right to freedom of speech and sexual expression, pose the question… can female sexuality save humanity? Adult content. Run time: 45 minutes
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LONGHORNS in Broadway LONGHORNS
The Complex Theatres
6/4-6/24/2017
HOLLYWOOD, CA – In a dingy doughnut shop in the mystical depths of Hollywood, celebrity aficionado Cindy and her co-worker Joe get an unexpected customer and another hum-drum day goes very sideways as insecurities and ambitions take the reins. Combining direct drama with comic happenstance and fringe characters whose import suddenly rings with significance just as we least expected it, this ensemble of characters each have a very different story in the same thunder storm. SHOWS BEGIN EXACTLY ON TIME! street parking only (we recommend coming early, using public forms of transit, uber/cab/walk from Arclight Cinema parking)    
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Play To The Whistle in Broadway PLAY TO THE WHISTLE
The Dorie Theater at the Complex
6/3-6/24/2017
It’s not your normal Sunday afternoon for watching football, because for the first time, these four friends have to watch the game without their buddy who recently committed suicide. As they start to deal with this tragedy, as well as all the other shortcomings in their lives, they are hit with a shocking secret that will turn their worlds upside down once again! Can the group pull together and lean on each other when they need it most, or will the tragedy be too much to overcome? Time is winding down and it is time for a Hail Mary! Will it be a touchdown? Or will they all walk away in defeat?
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Cheek (and other stories) in Broadway CHEEK (AND OTHER STORIES)
Aslyum @ Underground Annex
6/4-6/24/2017
Best friends: We love them, we’d do anything for them, but sometimes, they can be an actual pain in the ass. With a lot of laughs and a lot of heart, Cheek (and other stories) explores the ups, downs and all arounds of best friendships through mischief, love, and the perfect tattoo.
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My Bestie in Broadway MY BESTIE
Theatre Asylum @ Studio C
6/11-6/24/2017
Musical odyssey about a female experiencing her vagina from first menstruation to adulthood. Humorous lighthearted musical that explores friendship, love, and the role of ego in relationships. Merely consider this musical The Vagina Dialogue. Stacia Roybal created this original musical along with two female composers Jen Levins and Amanda Sasser. The show features a cast of five and live guitar accompaniment.
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WEST SIDE STORY
MCCOY RIGBY ENTERTAINMENT
5/5-6/25/2017

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DOGFIGHT
AFTER HOURS THEATRE
6/2-6/25/2017

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[TITLE OF SHOW]
Los Altos Stage Company
5/25-6/25/2017

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Stringmates in Broadway STRINGMATES
The Actors Company
6/1-6/25/2017
In modern society, the word “soulmate” is often used to describe someone’s romantic partner. While healthy, romantic relationships are wonderful, there are many kinds of love, all of which are valid and necessary. Stringmates uses a combination of language and movement to explore what “soulmate” can mean, and to encourage the audience to consider all the relationships in their lives. Playing at the Hollywood Fringe Festival 2017! hff17.org/4570
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MAN OF LA MANCHA
Actors Theater Series, Inc.
6/2-6/25/2017

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JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR
Ovation Repertory Theatre
6/2-6/25/2017

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MONSOON WEDDING
Berkeley Repertory Theatre
5/5-6/25/2017
Sabrina Dhawan; lyrics: Susan Birkenhead; music: Vishal Bhardwaj; dir: Mira Nair.World Premiere
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SYNCOPATION
Ensemble Theatre Company
6/8-6/25/2017
Allan Knee; dir: Maggie Mancinelli-Cahill.
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CRIMES OF THE HEART
International City Theatre
6/7-6/25/2017
Beth Henley.
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MAN OF LA MANCHA
La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts
6/2-6/25/2017
book: DALE WASSERMAN; lyrics: JOE DARIAN; music: MITCH LEIGH; dir: GLENN CASALE.
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THE SPITFIRE GRILL, A MUSICAL
North Coast Repertory Theatre
5/31-6/25/2017
book: Fred Alley; lyrics: Fred Alley; music: James Valcq; dir: Jeffrey Moss.
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THE IMAGINARY INVALID
The Old Globe
5/27-6/25/2017
adapt: Fiasco Theatre.World Premiere
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ELECTRICITY by Terry Ray in Broadway ELECTRICITY BY TERRY RAY
The Lounge Theatre
6/2-6/25/2017
Sex, drugs and booze make up the life of Brad Burke while ex-seminary student Gary Henderson is so closeted that he hides behind an invented wife. When they hook up at their 10-year high school reunion it’s a monumental clash of worlds and the very air between them vibrates with ELECTRICITY. This explosive connection lures them back to the same motel room every 10-years for the next 30 years. ELECTRICITY follows Gary and Brad’s funny yet rocky journey through the immense changes that happen to them and to the LGBTQ community between 1983 and 2013. It navigates from a world where gay life was hidden in bars and sex clubs to one where equality might just be a reality -- if only Gary and Brad can believe they deserve it.
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ANNIE GET YOUR GUN
Glendale Centre Theatre
5/19-7/1/2017

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ALTAR BOYZ
Center Repertory Company
5/26-7/1/2017

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THE LYONS
The Road Theatre Company
5/12-7/1/2017
Nicky Silver; dir: Scott Alan Smith.
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THE ROOMMATE
San Francisco Playhouse
5/16-7/1/2017
Jen Silverman.
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FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE
EBONY REPERTORY THEATRE
6/9-7/2/2017

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PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT
Theatre Rhinoceros
5/26-7/2/2017

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A CHORUS LINE
High Street Arts Center
6/2-7/2/2017

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James and the Giant Peach in Broadway JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH
Coronado Playhouse
6/9-7/2/2017
une 9 – July 2, 2017 Thursday, Friday @7pm & Saturday, Sunday @2pm Book by Timothy Allen McDonald Music and Lyrics by Benj Pasek & Justin Paul Based on the book, “James and the Giant Peach” by Roald Dahl Director Teri Ang Musical Director Michael Anthony Choreographer Alisa Williams A Co-Production with Pickwick Players From the Tony-Award nominated song-writing team of Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (Dogfight and the TV hit Smash!) James Henry Trotter lives with two ghastly hags. Aunt Sponge is enormously fat with a face that looks boiled and Aunt Spiker is bony and screeching. He’s very lonely until one day something peculiar happens. At the end of the garden a peach starts to grow and GROW AND GROW. Inside that peach are seven very unusual insects – all waiting to take James on a magical adventure of enormous proportions. But where will they go in their giant peach and what will happen to the horrible aunts if they stand in their way? There’s only one way to find out … Coronado Playhouse beckons you to crawl inside the giant peach along with James and take a peek. Find yourself with James in the center of this gigantic peach with human-sized insects – each with equally over-sized proportions – like the Green Grasshopper, the gentle Ladybird, Spider, Centipede and Earthworm, and take this amazing journey across the ocean. “Those who don’t believe in magic, will never find it.” – Roald Dahl Coronado Playhouse is thrilled to once again partner with Pickwick Players for this co-production of James and the Giant Peach.
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JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT
JD Theatricals
6/8-7/2/2017

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THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE
Marin Theatre Company
6/8-7/2/2017
Matthew Lopez; dir: Kent Gash.
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WARPLAY
The New Conservatory Theatre Center
6/2-7/2/2017
JC Lee; dir: Ben Randle.World Premiere
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HERSHEY FELDER, BEETHOVEN
TheatreWorks
6/7-7/2/2017
Hershey Felder; music: Ludwig van Beethoven; dir: Joel Zwick.
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Les Blancs in Broadway LES BLANCS
Rogue Machine Theatre
5/27-7/3/2017
Lorraine Hansberry considered this her most important play. It was her final work. Les Blancs depicts the waning days of colonialism crossing into the 20th century as it reveals the impossible moral choices faced by individuals who must reconcile personal happiness with idealism. It is rich with music and dance and set in and around a mission compound in Africa. The time is yesterday, today, and tomorrow-- but not very long after that.Opening at 8:00pm on May 27, 2017 with reception to follow SCHEDULE: Saturdays and Mondays at 8:00pm, Sundays at 3:00pm (No performance on May 29, June 16 & 24)
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HAVING OUR SAY: THE DELANEY SISTERS' FIRST 100 YEARS
New Village Arts Theatre
6/12-7/11/2017
adapt: Emily Mann from A. Elizabeth Delaney, Sarah L. Delaney, Amy Hill Hearth.
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THE TOXIC AVENGER
SAN JOSE STAGE COMPANY
6/7-7/16/2017

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CABARET (1998 VERSION)
Celebration Theatre
5/19-7/16/2017

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IN THE HEIGHTS
Contra Costa Civic Theatre
6/9-7/16/2017

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CONSTELLATIONS
Geffen Playhouse
6/6-7/16/2017
Nick Payne; dir: Giovanna Sardelli.
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THE MUSIC MAN
WELK RESORT PROPERTIES
5/5-7/23/2017

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THE WIZARD OF OZ (RSC)
Ben Bollinger's Candlelight Pavilion
6/9-7/30/2017

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RUNAWAY HOME
Fountain Theatre
6/7-8/6/2017
Jeremy J. Kamps.World Premiere
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