A bold evening of mesmerism, clairvoyance, and thought-reading straight from the Victorian parlour! British scientist and sceptic Dr Mark Gasson demonstrates how the most prevalent myths of the Victorian psychics still define what we believe is possible and even challenge our very sense of reality. Taken from the website

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Actor/musician, Jeremy Ebenstein, through story and song, takes audiences through his humorous, inspiring, yet often heartbreaking story of living a life with Asperger’s Syndrome. Taken from the website.

June 3 – June 25 2017 

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7.2 Overall
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LOVED IT!
Wonderful charming show that made me teary-eyed and then laughing in the next moment. Enjoyed the original music.
June 13, 2017, 5:13 am
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When a woman has a chance encounter with a homeless man she thinks she recognizes, she begins to wonder what his life could have been like had he made different choices. Was Lyman Liri really the hero he claims to have been? And could his life have ended up much differently?

These questions propel a journey through the various universes in which Lyman might have existed and show how our choices affect our own destiny, as well as the destinies of those around us. It is a certainty: one choice separates us all from a Fate of fortune or homelessness…. Taken from the website 

June 3 – June 18 2017 

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Live Podcast on the Hollywood Fringe 2017  with Patrick Chavis LA Theatre Bites (Editor/Podcaster/Writer), Matthew Robinson LA Theatre Bites (Podcaster), Alina Mae Wilson The Orange Curtain Review (Creator/Writer) Sean Belk (Guest Podcaster)  If you like…

Link: https://www.youtube.com/user/Noleafmedia/live Come listen to us talk about the upcoming Hollywood Fringe 2017. Ask us questions, shamelessly plug your show, it’s all good. The live link is above. It start 12 noon Pacific Standard time…

(Photos by Chris Whitaker)

Amber and Tom, finding their way as freshmen at Princeton, spend a night together that alters the course of their lives. They agree on the drinking, they agree on the attraction, but consent is foggy, and if unspoken, can it be called consent? Playwright Anna Ziegler investigates gender and race politics, our crippling desire to fit in and the three sides to every story. Taken by the website. 

May 2 – June 11, 2017

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Molly Dworsky (Director/Performer), Chris Bramante (Performer/Co-Producer), and Dave Reynolds (Performer/Co-Director) Kat Primeau (Performer)

The 4242 Intergalympics have arrived and the bitter rivalry between the people of Earth and Mars is at an all-time fever pitch. An epic race around the Sun concludes the games, but when an untimely incident renders Earth’s competitors unable to race, a haphazard crew must step in as last minute replacements. Will they succeed? Find out in this high-speed, high-stakes original musical comedy from the creators THUG TUNNEL. Ready. Set. Space!  Taken from the website.

June 10th – June 22nd 2017 

Synopsis: 

Charlie is at a crossroads in his life. He dreams of having a successful podcast, but is unable to connect with the people on his show. However, a certain guest may just change the game for him.

Podcast is about finding connection through conversation in a culture that values face to face conversation less and less. Taken from the website.

New Collective Theatre in Hollywood

 June 17th – June 24th