Theatre Asylum & Combined Artform Present Holiday Theatre Festival, Now thru 12/24
Combined Artform's Matthew Quinn will be producing a series of four theatrical offerings at Theatre Asylum in Hollywood as a part of an inaugural Holiday Theatre Festival in the renowned Theatre Row venues from tonight, December 5-24, 2014. The Festival aims to bring in shows previously produced by Quinn as well as shows previously unproduced at Theatre Asylum to give the Los Angeles theatre community an exciting opportunity to branch out from traditional seasonal plays and celebrate a diverse range of eclectic holiday entertainment.
Shows on stage in this year's Festival are as follows (in alphabetical order): The Latina Christmas Special with 9 performances, playing 12/5-12/21; The Santa Closet with 3 performances, playing 12/18-12/21; Telenovela Wives of Pancho Villa with 6 performances, playing 12/5-12/20; Wonderful Life with 7 performances, playing 12/6-12/24.
Also new for Holiday Festival theatre-goers is a Festival Package option that offers discounts to patrons seeking to attend all of the Festival's shows. With the purchase of the Holiday Festival Package, Festival patrons will save on single tickets to all of the Festival's shows. Ticket prices per show range from $10-$25. Some shows may individually offer discount codes for special performances, but patrons wishing to see multiple shows are encouraged to purchase the Festival Package. Visit www.theatreasylum-la.com for more information and to purchase the Package.
Matthew Quinn (Producer) (Combined Artform/Theatre Asylum) has been involved in theatre production and venue management for well over 20 years in San Francisco and Los Angeles, where he owns and operates Theatre Asylum- Elephant Space. He created Combined Artform in 1998 to produce full and co-productions, explore multi-media, including live online internet programming and be an active member in the performance community. Stand out productions include Santaland Diaries, now in its 12th year at the EurekaTheatre (SF), BLINK & You Might Miss Me, Jane Austen Unscripted (w/ImproTheatre), A Tuna Christmas, Pulp Shakespeare, How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse- US Version and Tilted Frame. He is on the advisory board and active supporter of the Hollywood Fringe Festival and on the NYU West Coast Gallatin Alumni Board. In 2010 he started the Asylum's Best of the Fringe and from it has co-produced extensions of Pulp Shakespeare, Pokemusical and Sunny Afternoon. www.combinedartform.com
The Theatre Asylum 2014 Holiday Festival will run December 5-24, 2014. For show times, tickets and all other information, please visit http://www.theatreasylum-la.com or directly via each shows' home page.