(photo courtesy: Nick Clifford)

Ivy Monroe was Ocean Planet’s #1 whale trainer…until she was eaten alive by the very whale she trained. Ivy’s peppery surviving sister teams up with a shy whale trainer to take down Ocean Planet. Meanwhile, the smooth-talking Director of Operations is dead set on keeping America’s favorite marine park afloat. Who is to blame for this colossal #WhaleFail? Decide for yourself. This summer. Only at Hollywood Fringe. Taken from the website

The shows run is over. I will update you on remounts when they are available.

Great Show
Review
8.5 Overall
0 Users (0 votes)
Story9.5
Set & Design7.5
Entertainment8
Acting9
Costumes8.5
What people say... 0 Leave your rating

Be the first to leave a rating.

Leave your rating

Here is my interview with the creator of #WhalFail : http://latheatrebites.com/interview-brett-epstein-playwright-whalefail-hollywood-fringe-theatre-festival/

(Photo Credit: Rich Clark) 
Holed up in her motel room, Cavale takes Slim, a husband and a father, hostage. Surviving only on music, their reveries, and special order food, the two would-be rock stars fall in love and journey together into a lyrical no man’s land where they test their love and the power dynamics between captor and captive. Taken from the website 

Runs through June 26th 2016 

buyExceptional Show
Review
9 Overall
0 Users (0 votes)
Story9.5
Set & Design9
Entertainment8.5
Acting9
Costumes9
What people say... 0 Leave your rating

Be the first to leave a rating.

Leave your rating

Imagine how much money it would take to make you happy. Now double it. Then triple it. And just before you get a chance to collect… watch it slip away like mercury down the drain. That’s the jumping-off point for writer D.B. Levin’s ruthless drama ONE STEP OVER. Taken from the website 

Runs Thru June 25th 2016

buyGood Show
Review
8 Overall
0 Users (0 votes)
Story0
Set & Design0
Entertainment0
Acting0
Costumes0
What people say... 0 Leave your rating

Be the first to leave a rating.

Leave your rating


In a dimly lit rehearsal room in St. Petersburg during the winter of 1905, Anton Chekhov’s widow, the actress Olga Knipper, along with two other actors, await the rest of the cast and their director while unseen striking workers are being gunned down in the streets by the tsarist regime. A politically charged, haunting interrogation of theater and the revolutionary impulse, Neva savagely examines the relationship between theater and historical context in this ominous and tightly crafted ensemble work that allows a palpable terror to creep through the theater walls. Taken from the website 

Runs thru June 22nd 2016

buyGreat Show
Review
8.8 Overall
0 Users (0 votes)
Story9
Set & Design8
Entertainment10
Acting10
Costumes7
What people say... 0 Leave your rating

Be the first to leave a rating.

Leave your rating

If you like this podcast please help support us by spreading the podcast through social media. Like Facebook, Follow us on twitter. We love theatre, we love Los Angeles and we need our listeners to keep this show going.

From the Ovation Award Winning company Loft Ensemble an unapologetic farce, this play satirizes the fractured modern fairy tale genre. When faced with a sudden ultimatum, two princes scramble to find true love or suffer the consequences of a mysterious curse. Through speed dating, arranged marriages, and random encounters in the woods, is there any chance at true love? Taken from the website 

Runs thru – June 22nd 2016

buyOkay, but needs work

13268238_1714949825442848_3594650062665142465_o

Catherine Kresge

13312791_1718043288466835_747702292567045813_n

Sarah Navratil

After their mother’s death, two unlikely sisters, Harrison and Abigail, must come together in an attempt to reconcile a disrupted adoption that caused them to disappear from one another’s lives. Taken from the website 

buy

(mistake the show is actually 50 minutes)

Inspired by the three weeks of Anne Frank’s life before she and her family disappeared into hiding, THIRTEEN’S SPRING is a gestural exploration of both the individual and family stories surrounding the Holocaust. Occurring in an atmosphere of nostalgia, this play is an homage to the affect these world events has had on generations. Taken from the website

June 18th – June 25th 2016 

buyGood Show
Review
8.3 Overall
0 Users (0 votes)
Story9
Set & Design7
Entertainment8.5
Acting9
Costumes8
What people say... 0 Leave your rating

Be the first to leave a rating.

Leave your rating


(photo courtesy:Matthew Robinson)

12640491_10205617816431398_4016789719773561323_o (2)Ted Larson and Denise Ford are the only two assistant campaign managers left after an off-color comment from congressman John Crest threatens his re-election bid. With only hours to spare before their candidate will be interviewed on TV all the remaining staffers must work together to save the campaign.

Highly skilled and intelligent Ted & Denise know that only one of them will end up becoming the campaign manager by the end of the night. While working together the two try and best each other to take advantage of their inner circle’s power vacuum.

But as the two young guns dissect one another they also develop a strong bond. Will their feelings for one another trump their steely ambition? Taken from the website 

June 17th – June 25th 2016

buy

If you like this podcast please help support us by spreading the podcast through social media. Like Facebook, Follow us on twitter. We love theatre, we love Los Angeles and we need our listeners to keep this show going. 

(photo courtesy: Blake Gardner)

Margo begins the day as a shy librarian, content to hide out at the research assistance desk in the back of her library. But then she meets Lancaster, a man who hires and trains the best assassins in the world. Convinced she is a natural born killer, Lancaster recruits Margo into his action-packed world of professional assassinations, international intrigue, and forbidden romance. Before the day is done, Margo’s hands will be stained with blood and she will know the truth: all the best killers are librarians! Taken from the website 

June 15th – June 25th 2016

buyAbove Average
Review
7.6 Overall
0 Users (0 votes)
Story8
Set & Design7
Entertainment7.5
Acting8.5
Costumes7
What people say... 0 Leave your rating

Be the first to leave a rating.

Leave your rating

Join us for a mystery of theatrical proportions as none other than Mr. William Gillette, renowned actor and creator of the first stage persona of Sherlock Homes, opens his home to holiday guests. Before you can say “pass the eggnog,” there’s been a murder, and of course, everything Gillette has learned must be thrown into play in order to solve the mystery. A cleverly plotted who-dun-it from the pen of one of today’s most prolific playwrights, and winner of the 2012 Edgar Award for Best Play from the Mystery Writers of America, this one will have you guessing and giggling right up to the final “reveal.” Taken from website

June 3rd – June 18th 2016  

buyAverage Show