Patrick Chavis & Matthew Robinson talk about different shows playing this year at the Hollywood Fringe 2019.
(Photo by Andrew Vasquez)
Una Madre en busca de su hijo desaparecido en un régimen totalitario enfrenta el devenir de la pérdida a través de los tiempos; cuestionándolo todo. Los románticos libertadores terminan oprimiendo la eterna rebeldía. La madre vive hasta que muere el sol, y hay que quemar el cielo si es preciso, por vivir. Las revoluciones siempre serán cíclicas.
A Mother in search of her disappeared son in a totalitarian regime faces the evolution of the loss through the times; questioning everything. The liberating romantics end up oppressing eternal rebellion. The mother lives until the sun dies, and you have to burn the sky if necessary, to live. Revolutions will always be cyclical.
April 18 – May 12, 2019
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(Photo by Jenny Graham)
Nia Vardalos reprises the role she originated in her stage adaptation of acclaimed author Cheryl Strayed’s New YorkTimes Bestseller of the same name. Conceived by Vardalos (writer/actor of My Big Fat Greek Wedding), Thomas Kail (Director of Hamilton) and Marshall Heyman (Journalist, WallStreet Journal), this uniquely uplifting New York Times Critics’ Pick is about reaching when you’re stuck, healing when you’re broken and finding the courage to take on the questions which have no answers. The Playhouse brings you The Public Theater’s production of this touching new play. Taken from the website
April 10 — May 5, 2019
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(photo credit Craig Scwartz)
In this fresh retelling of the classic Greek myth, Jason and his quest for the Golden Fleece has been reframed for our time. Join the fantastic voyage and encounter Hercules, Hera, sirens, centaurs, and more—familiar mythological figures imbued with unexpected character and depth. Taken from the website.
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(Art by Pedro Garcia)
The Last Days of Judas Iscariot
by Stephen Adly Guirgis
A hilarious, poignant, thought-provoking work, boasting a zany cast of characters that asks one of the most plaguing questions in the Christian ideology: What happened to Judas Iscariot and should we care? Taken from the website.
***For mature audience, due to strong language and subject matter***
Friday, April 5 at 7:30PM, Phillips Hall Theatre
Saturday, April 6 at 7:30PM, Phillips Hall Theatre
Sunday, April 7 at 6:30PM, Phillips Hall Theatre
(Photos by Dean Cechvala)
(Canyon) takes a look at what happens when the lives of two families are rocked by an unpredictable accident. We meet a newlywed couple and a Mexican father and son as they all try their best to find a better view. A look at gender, citizenship, and the costs of trying to live a conventional, American life. Taken from the website.
February 22 – March 24, 2019
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Mathematics has a fragile nobility that can be drawn between two numbers…just as it can be drawn between two people. When one woman accepts the help of another, her dependence leaves a few variables for filling, and nothing comes out even. With the introduction of a third, male, party, the equation gets more complicated. Taken from the website.
Feb 22- March 30,2019
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(Photo by Ed Krieger)
A diverse hip-hop trio is on the verge of making it big on national TV when a police shooting of a Black teen shakes the band to its core, forcing them to confront questions of race, gender, privilege, appropriation, and when to use artistic expression as an act of social protest. Taken from the website.
FEB 23RD – APRIL 14TH,2019
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Noise Now is an opportunity to expand our family by engaging with our neighboring communities and peer organizations. Noise Now is more than an audience development initiative – it is a commitment to being a great neighbor, to building relationships with audiences and artists, and to demonstrating our eagerness to listen well and respond courageously.
Noise Now is an enhanced commitment to being of service to all audiences. We aim to illuminate and activate underrepresented populations, communities of color, young people, and all others not equitably represented at the theatre. In addition, we are activating non-traditional or underutilized spaces throughout the A Noise Within campus. We are excited to challenge ourselves, identify how disruptive we can push to be, and commit to making decisions “with” – as opposed to “for” – our audiences.
By expanding our artistry to include dance, music, art installations, non-traditional theatre and beyond, we are opening our home to audiences new to theatre and new to us, in addition to facilitating work that illuminates overlap between our mission and the missions of our collaborators. Taken from the website.
(Photos : Caught in the Moment Photography)
A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder centers on Monty Navarro, a lowborn young Englishman and distant heir to a family fortune, who sets out to elevate his social standing by speeding up the line of succession. Taken from the website.