The Commedia Rapunzel - Theatre For Young Audiences
Columbine, Rosetta, Punchin, and Arlequin all let down their hair to tackle the tangled tale of Rapunzel. When Gottel the Witch (played by Rosetta, naturally) discovers the thief in her garden, she tricks him into exchanging his first born daughter for the salad he took. Full of lots of lazzi and witty fun, this commedia tale is a pure delight!
January 30 through February 20, 2021
The Altos - An Interactive Playhouse Murder Mystery
Ernest Anthony "Tony" Alto is dead, and his family and friends are gathered for the reading of the will. Who will inherit the family business, Ernest and Julio Alto Winery and Vineyards? Everyone is dying to find out—especially Tony's daughter, Nebbiolo. When an Alto gets "whacked," everyone is a suspect! Good thing the family consigliere, Francis "Big Frankie" Coppola, is there to investigate, with the help of the guests.
Who did it? Fuhgeddaboutit—you'll have to watch the freakin'
show to find out!
February 27 and 28, 2021
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Based on the classic novella, this original adaptation takes you to the dismal streets of London in the 1860s, where societal pressures silence a gentle doctor's questions about the nature of morality. As the pressure intensifies, Dr Jekyll takes matters into his own hands. However, things take an eerie turn when his experiment takes on a life of its own. Will his efforts save the world, or will they destroy all that he holds dear? After all, the road to hell is paved with good intentions.
*Contains adult themes and depictions of violence.
January 29 - February 21, 2021
A bittersweet comedy that is an astute, snapshot sharp chronicle of the lives of three Texas girls. In 1963, Joanne, Kathy, and Mary are aggressively vivacious cheerleaders. Five years later in their college sorority house, they are confronting their futures with nervous jauntiness. In 1974, they reunite briefly in New York. Their lives have diverged their friendship, which once thrived on assumption as well coordinated as sweater sets, is strained and ambiguous. Old time banter rings false. Their attempts at honest conversation only show they can no longer afford to have very much in common.
"Unnervingly funny...Fast moving, sneakily stinging dialogue." - Newsweek
"Uncommonly attractive." - New York Magazine
March 12th - April 18th
Michael is an out-of-work actor who was once on the verge of stardom. Elizabeth is a theatre-obsessed ex-dancer who is now wheelchair-bound and lives alone in a large country house. When she contacts Michael’s agent and offers a large fee if Michael will visit her and act out a play she has written, he jumps at the chance. The suspense builds layer upon layer as this taut psychological thriller gathers speed at an alarming rate towards a gripping climax, where truth and illusion become almost inseparably entangled in a real life game of cat and mouse.
April 30 - May 23, 2021
I Ought To Be In Pictures
Herb, a Hollywood scriptwriter currently “at liberty,” is surprised when his forgotten past reappears in the form of Libby, a teenage daughter who’s trekked from Brooklyn with dreams of movie stardom. With Steffy, his sometime paramour, at his side, Herb decides to take another stab at fatherhood and hopefully this time, get it right.
"A finely tuned theatrical blend of hilarity, honesty, directly and deeply felt emotion. Go." - WCBS-TV
June 11 - July 3, 2021
Corky and Norm are excited to host Gerald and Laura at their home in the valley outside Los Angeles to watch a once-in-a-lifetime meteor shower. But as the stars come out and the conversation gets rolling, it becomes clear that Gerald and Laura might not be all that they appear to be. Over the course of a crazy, starlit dinner party, the wildly unexpected occurs. The couples begin to flirt and insanity reigns. Martin, using his trademark absurdist humor, bends the fluid nature of time and reality to create a surprising and unforgettably funny new play.
"Mr. Martin is peerless at crafting tiny wit bombs, and always has been [...] It's definitely funny!" - The New York Times
July 30 - August 29, 2021
The Turn Of The Screw
From the story by Henry James, the inspiration for the Netflix hit The Haunting of Bly Manor...
Based on the provocative tale of suspense, horror and repressed sexuality, this adaptation gives the famous story yet another turn of its own. A young governess journeys to a lonely English manor house to care for two recently orphaned children. But she is not their first governess...
Now the new governess has begun to see the specters haunting the children, and she must find a way to stop the fiends before it is too late. But one frightening question tortures the would-be heroine: Are the ghosts real, or are they the product of her own fevered imagination?
September 17 - October 23, 2021
Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!)
Instead of performing Charles Dickens' beloved holiday classic for the umpteenth time, three actors decide to perform every Christmas story ever told -- plus Christmas traditions from around the world, seasonal icons from ancient times to topical pop-culture, and every carol ever sung. A madcap romp through the holiday season!
"A respectful homage and side-splitting parody at the same time." -
Marcus Crowder, The Sacramento Bee
November 27 - December 19, 2021
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