Written by James Cougar Canfield (TETA Playfest Award Winner, Alley Theatre’s Houston Young Playwright Award Winner) and workshopped and performed by graduates of East 15 Acting School’s MFA Acting International program, “Ladies in Waiting” finds King Henry VIII in a purgatory-like situation, where one by one he must confront and face off with each of his wives. Through dark humour, devastating truths, sexy seductions, and powerful revelations, Henry comes face to face with what his legacy has become: one entirely defined by women. Taken from the website

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Ladies in Waiting The Judgement of Henry VIII shows run is over at the Hollywood Fringe but I will update you on future productions.


After sold-out shows at Second City Hollywood and an encore performance at iO West that definitely broke fire code, DIVORCE is coming to Fringe! A hip-hop musical comedy with 12 original songs, written and directed by Conor Hanney. It’s the nuclear option for the nuclear family. Taken from the website

July 1 – 2 2017  

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Punctuated by podcast episodes paralleling crucial exchanges, the play follows Charlie. Like many millennials, 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. Taken from the website

June 23- June 24 2017 

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World Premiere: Interview with Chris Levan, Playwright/Director of Podcast @ The Hollywood Fringe 2017


This celebrated slave narrative by Harriet Jacobs includes an account of the seven years she spent hiding out as a fugitive in her grandmother’s attic. This solo piece illuminates in shocking fashion the traumas of slavery, particularly for women and children. The audience will experience Harriet Jacobs’ powerful and moving life story as she fights for freedom on her own terms. Taken from the website

June 24 2017 

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After being dumped by his long-time girlfriend, a brilliant robotics engineer creates a robot to love him unconditionally. But he may have programmed her too well. Taken from the website

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Morgan Matthews, Ky Soto and Devin Crittenden

Two 20min tales of love and loss, touching on our past, present and future. Join us on this adventure into the unknown. Come find us at these two venues during the Hollywood Fringe Festival – “Fire” at Stephanie Feury Studio Theatre and “Light” at The Annex at the Underground. Taken from the website

June 25 2017 

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Amber Laird

Hector Osuna

Jennifer Sacks

Stephanie Mayer

Courtney Blackmon


Two brothers, ages 8 and 12, live with their parents in a small house just at the edge of their city. Next to them is a forest, out of place, but regarded with normalcy. When there is tension in their house, the boys often hide in their room, spinning wild stories together. One evening after a family confrontation, the boys escape to the forest and begin telling stories to each other there. As they go back and forth, the stories they tell (based on various Grimm’s Fairy Tales) begin to come to life. As the stories progress, they take darker and darker turns, away from the brothers’ control.

The shows run is over. I will update you on future showings of this production. 

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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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Wonderful charming show that made me teary-eyed and then laughing in the next moment. Enjoyed the original music.
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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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