An ideally timed race to the finish line. As the presidential election approaches, two frontrunners spar for their partys nomination. Set during the 1976 Presidential Nominating Convention, the delegates must weigh the merits between two candidates with widely opposing values. When a self-made, less-than scrupulous, senator and an upstanding intellectual, former Secretary of State, gain information about their opponents, the twist is planted for an unexpected outcome. What could be more fun in a presidential campaign season than some theatrical fireworks?
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Maeve Spain's A SEAT ON THE BUS Will Premiere on The Open-Door Playhouse Podcast Next Month
August 26, 2021
Two icons from the turbulent 1960’s share a brief ride on a New York City bus. Along their journey they realize some of their beliefs and judgements have stood the test of time, while others now reflect those they fought against.
BWW Interview: Ted McGrath Defines His Play GOOD ENOUGH
July 22, 2019
TMB presents the workshop production of a world premiere play Good Enough, written and performed by Ted McGrath and directed by James Barbour. Good Enough will open on Friday, July 26 and perform through Sunday, August 25 at the Lounge Theatre, 6201 Santa Monica Blvd. in Hollywood. Good Enough is the true journey of world renown author and story teller Ted McGrath. Playing 15 characters, McGrath takes us on an emotional roller coaster ride through addiction as he sabotages his family, his career and ultimately his life in the attempt to answer one question burning inside him his entire life: AM I GOOD ENOUGH? Now, having reclaim
GOOD ENOUGH to Receive Workshop Production with TMB
June 11, 2019
TMB presents the workshop production of a world premiere play, GOOD ENOUGH, written and performed by Ted McGrath and directed by James Barbour. GOOD ENOUGH will open on Friday, July 26 and perform through Sunday, August 25 at the Lounge Theatre, 6201 Santa Monica Blvd. in Hollywood.
Chambers Stevens Prepares For Five Original Shows at Hollywood Fringe
May 18, 2019
Welcome to The Torture Chambers Collective and the man behind it, Chamber's Stevens. In 2019, after two successful World Premiere's, Soul Crushing Disco Ball, Diners, Romance and Noble Pig, Stevens is gearing up for another busy Hollywood Fringe Festival 2019. He will present five original new shows written by him next month at HFF19 including Swiped The Musical, Pho Girl, Acid Wash Love, ExtraOrdinary,and Naked Man Rising. Two of the works won the First Time Producers Scholarship Award from Fringe (Pho Girl &Naked Man Rising). He has mentored three additional productions for this years Fringe Fest, including Hell's Finest, All Our Pretty Songs, and Start Swimming all part ofThe Torture Chambers Collective.
IF WE RUN Announced At Hollywood Fringe For Six Performances Only
May 01, 2019
KADM Productions has announced a 2019 Hollywood Fringe Festival production of If We Run, a new play by Matt Morillo. Featuring Katie Oliver and Dingani Beza under the direction of Emily Lappi, there will be six performances at the Lounge Theatre in Hollywood Sunday 6/9 at 8pm; Thursday 6/13 at 6pm; Saturday 6/22 at 8pm; Sunday 6/23 at 4pm; Monday 6/24 at 10pm; and Friday 6/28 at 8pm. Running time will be 55 minutes.
BWW Review: ALL MY SONS at Wasatch Theatrical Ventures
April 10, 2019
'All My Sons' is the story of Joe Keller (played by the engaging Mark Belnick), a successful, middle-aged, self-made man who has done a terrible and tragic thing, by framing his business partner for a crime that caused the death of hundreds of servicemen from World War II, and engineering his own exoneration. Now, his son Chris (the charismatic Jack Tynan) is about to marry the partner's daughter (the solid Alexis Boozer Sterling), the incident is revisited, and his lie of a life is unraveled.