The Firelight Collective is back after their critically acclaimed and award winning “Firelight,” with “Stars in the Night” an immersive journey into the Hollywood Hills. Taken from the website

Sept 20,21, & 22 2017 

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Nevertheless, She Persisted is an evening of short plays by female writers that explore the treatment of women in today’s political climate. Taken from the website 

August 24 – September 10 2017 

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A handsome, wealthy landowner who woos three sisters isn’t what he seems.   But neither are they. A harrowing comedy, that goes to hell. Taken from the website


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From the mind of hit television screenwriter Bekah Brunstetter (This is Us, Switched at Birth) comes The Cake, a play of equal sentimentality and trouble. Main character Della, played by That ’70s Show‘s Debra Jo Rupp, has a knack for cakes, not judgment calls — those usually get sent to her husband. When the girl she helped raise returns to North Carolina with a different fiancee than expected, Della has to decide whether the cake will include two brides atop or not. Taken from the website

June 28 – August 6 2017

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Great show! Debra Jo Rupp is an American treasure. Attended this show last week with my wife and brother and his wife. I will admit that it gave a lot to talk about on the ride home. Would have given it five stars, but I found two short scenes to be a bit sleezy. These, I felt were scenes that were unnecessary to the overall theme and they would not have had an impact if they had been omitted. Otherwise .... fantastic show - highly recommend it.
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Her post-mortem instructions were hidden in a very specific place – but in the time leading up to her mom’s death, a woman (Jennie Fahn) uncovered more about her than could be contained in any envelope. A comedy about life, loss, and being of sound mind and body. Taken from website

July 22 – July 23 2017 

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Under The Jello Mold shows run is over at the Hollywood Fringe but I will update you on future productions.


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.

The LA Theatre Bites crew will meet up at 3:30pm Pacific Standard time to talk about the Hollywood Fringe Festival 2017.  If you have any information about the Fringe you would like us to know…


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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