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André was once a tap dancer. He lives with his daughter, Anne, and her husband, Antoine. Or was André an engineer, whose daughter Anne lives in London with her new lover, Pierre? The thing is, he is still wearing his pajamas, and he can’t find his watch. He is starting to wonder if he’s losing control. Taken from the website. 

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February 5 — March 1,2020

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What if you awoke to find yourself married to someone you didn’t know?  With a daughter you’ve never met?  And what if you spent each day re-learning things about your past that only proved you never really knew what your life was like?  From Tony/Pulitzer-nominated playwright Lee Blessing, comes the story of three people searching for lifelong answers to fundamental questions about our purpose, our past and our future.  And all the answers may be found in A Body of Water. Taken from the website.

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February 7 – March 15,2020

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“WE’RE GONNA DIE” features a single Singer, accompanied by a full rock bad, as she shares stories about death, grief and loneliness from her life. These stories range from the mundane to the tragic, from discovering her first white hair to her father’s sudden and tragic death from lung cancer as he waited for an experimental treatment. Lee’s songs and stories demystify grief, creating a community space that provides the solace that we need to get through those difficult moments.

Thursday, February 20th, 2020

 

 

Neil Simon’s Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning coming-of-age memory play, set in Yonkers in 1942, is a tale of family dysfunction at its best. Arty and Jay, two teenage brothers are forced to live with their mentally-challenged aunt and stern, bitter grandmother while their ne’er-do-well father takes to the road as a traveling salesman to pay off his debts to a loan shark. Taken from the website. 

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January 24th – February 16th, 2020


This hysterical comedy follows Jack Chesney who loves Kitty Verdun and Charley who loves Miss Amy Spettigue. They invite the ladies to meet Charley’s wealthy aunt from Brazil, “where the nuts come from.” Canceling her visit at the last minute, the millionaire aunt sends the boys into cataclysmic confusion. What do they do now? The problem is solved by drafting their pal into impersonating “Charley’s Aunt”. This beautiful and hysterical production is set in the 1920s, adding a fun modern take to this timeless show! Taken from the website. 

December 31 – February 1,2020

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Matthew Robinson interviews Associate Artistic & Development Director Suzanne Dean of the Little Fish Theatre Company about their upcoming 2020 show lineup. 

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In the future, aging and death have become annoyances of the past thanks to a process of the downloading of the digitized soul into another host body, or Module. This is something only the very wealthy can afford and if you are rich enough you can be anyone you desire. A comedic look at greed and the value of life – and death.  Taken from the website.

December 14 – February 3,2020 

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Toby and Mia are graduate students with a bright future ahead of them: a baby on the way and a college coaching job for Toby. But when Toby stumbles across a secret that threatens to derail their future, he and Mia must decide between honesty and loyalty, and whether doing something wrong is the only way to do what’s right. Will Mia be loyal to the institutions that support her, the family she’s part of, or herself? Taken from the website.

Nov 22 – December 14,2019

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An update on the newest theatre shows in Los Angeles on the week of December 1 -8,2019.

A Christmas Carol @ The Wallis Annenburg Center

THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER @ Group Rep/Lonny Chapman

Bob’s Holiday Office Party Runs @ Atwater Village Theatre 

Over Time @ Stephanie Feury Studio Theatre  

Sugar Plum Fairy @ David Hwang Theatre

The Magic of Christmas  @ LA Mirada Theatre For the Performing Arts 

Set in the olde British-ish kingdom of Crumpeton, POCKETS follows the heroine’s journey of young Bellamina Crumbledunk (Molly Dworsky), a noble-born preteen-turned-pickpocket hellbent on winning the attention of her distracted mother, the Duchess (Kat Primeau). Bellamina’s misadventures lead her to the underbelly of society, where she befriends criminals Veegan (Chris Bramante) and Jim Val Jim (Dave Reynolds) and becomes the inadvertent leader of a criminal uprising. Will the freshly-minted miscreant “Pockets” have the heart to sabotage her mum’s well-laid plans for Crumpet Day, the biggest holiday of the year?  Taken from the website. 

Information about the show below: 

https://www.robotteammate.com/