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
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
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 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
Turbulence! 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…
Photo taken by Shyla Marie Photography
Interview with the cast of 3D Theatricals Oklahoma playing a the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center and the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts. The 3-D Theatricals’ take on “Oklahoma!” …is SHOCKING. It is either bad taste or pure genius (and whichever it is, is completely up to you). Is it the story of a Jim Crow Negro being killed for harassing a white woman? Do the audience members feel like they’re part of lynch mob after watching a trial? Do black lives matter? You may never see it done like this again – no one would be courageous enough to show it! Personally, I love this disturbing take on “Oklahoma!” – Ashton Marcus
JUNE 16 , 2017 – JUNE 25 , 2017 AT REDONDO BEACH PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
JUNE 30 , 2017 – JULY 9 , 2017 AT CERRITOS CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
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
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
World Premiere: Interview with Chris Levan, Playwright/Director of Podcast @ The Hollywood Fringe 2017
(Photo Courtesy: Daniel J Sliwa)
In an alternate universe, Buffy the Vampire Slayer is introduced to the characters of Twilight and chaos ensues. Upon slaying Bella’s beloved Edward, a war of the two worlds commences in which few will make it out alive. With original songs such as “I Slay” and “Everyone Loves a Bad Boy,” this musical explores the themes of vampire worlds and the characters within. Taken from the website
June 18 – 22 2017
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…
Mistake (I mispronounce the name of the show it’s actually Narsociety)
The internet and social media have forever changed the way we communicate, interact, love, work, and play. Narsociety – The Social Media Shaming Musical tells the story of what happens when it all comes crashing together, when the private becomes public, when technology meets art, when selfies are more important than self-expression, when outrage dominates the conversation, and when agendas ruin lives. Taken from the website
Narsociety’s shows run is over at the Hollywood Fringe but I will update you on future productions.