Photo credit: Ezra Spurrier
Cabaret takes place in Berlin during the 1930s, when Nazis were first rising to power. It tells the tale of two love stories and the impact society has on their relationships. We find this show to be as relevant as ever to the times we are living in now. Politics and society can change so quickly, but so many detrimental aspects remain if we don’t pay attention and shine a light. Taken from the website.
May 25 – June 4, 2023.
Good Show! LA Theatre Bites Recommended!
photo credit: Jeff Lorch
Desiree Armfeldt, a renowned actress, is growing weary of her life on the road. A chance encounter with an old flame sets in motion a series of romantic misadventures that culminate in a madcap weekend in the country where passions erupt, jealousies flare, and hilarity triumphs over all. Recipient of three Tony Awards including Best Musical, A Little Night Music is a sumptuous, sexy, laugh-out-loud masterpiece that will leave you thoroughly enchanted. Taken from the website.
Masterpiece! LA Theatre Bites Recommended! April 25 – May 28, 2023.
Photo by Kayte Deioma
Lou needs a kidney. Yesterday. His estranged daughter Raina has one to spare, but does he deserve it? Time leaps backward, forward, and sideways, secrets get aired, and truths revealed in this lively, unpredictable comedy that asks what we owe our parents and our children. Taken from the website.
Average Show! April 28 – May 14, 2023.
Based on the national bestseller, this modern classic follows Christopher, a boy with autism, on his quest to solve the murder of a neighbor’s dog. Funny, poignant and suspenseful; this is one production you won’t want to miss. Taken from the website.
Great Show! LA Theatre Bites Recommended! May 5 – 13, 2023.
photo credit: Veronica Slavin
In THE REALISTIC JONESES, we meet Bob and Jennifer Jones and their new neighbors, John and Pony Jones, two suburban couples who discover they have even more in common than their identical homes and their shared last names. Spare, suggestive, slyly hilarious, and strangely maddening, this profound play explores what is said, what is unsaid and the role that denial plays in helping us navigate life’s chaos. Nominated for the Outer Critics and Drama League Award and listed by The New York Times as one of the “Best Plays of the Year,” these characters will continue to haunt you long after you leave the theatre. Taken from the website.
Good Show! LA Theatre Bites Recommended! April 26 – May 14, 2023.
Photo Credit: Jenny Graham
Jenn, Michelle and Joey look back at the summer of 1972, when their Korean American family piled into the Buick for an All-American road trip—spontaneously orchestrated by their father. From Milwaukee to Los Angeles and back again, they hit the open plains, stocked with kimchi, banchan and lemon drops, rickety Coleman camper in tow. But Korean parents and American kids hold conflicting ideas of what they’re looking for and the real purpose of their journey comes to light. A funny and touching world premiere by an exciting new voice. Taken from the website.
Above Average! April 23 – May 14, 2023.
photos by Grettel Cortes
The scene: 1950’s Acapulco. A romantic beach side resort. Amanda and Elyot are a divorced couple on honeymoon with their new partners. When fate puts them in adjoining cabanas, the spark between Amanda and Elyot reignites. Impulsively, they run off together to a Palm Springs hideaway, their new spouses in hot pursuit. What follows is a chaotic and sexy escapade that gives this dazzling, 1930 British classic a 1950’s West Coast spin. Taken from the website.
Average Show! April 6 – May 7,2023.
photo credit: Grettel Cortes Photography
The world premiere of an original, ensemble-devised work from L.A.’s Latino Theater Company. Employing its trademark blend of comedy, drama, music, dance and theatrical magic, the company takes us to Los Angeles, 2042. Years of fires, torrential rain, anarchy and bloodshed have led to a totalitarian city-state where the elderly disappear, their stories forgotten. When authorities make a surprise visit to the home of faded Chicana starlet Veronica Del Rio on the eve of her 75th birthday, she enlists the help of her loudmouth nurse, a kindhearted policeman fan, and a down-on-his-luck poet. Will Veronica disappear and be forgotten before she finds true love? Taken from the website.
Exceptional Show! LA Theatre Bites Recommended! April 20 – May 28, 2023.
Photo Credit: Michael Creagh
Photo credit : B Street Theatre
Interview with Actress Danielle Moné Truitt on her ONE-WOMAN PLAY “3: BLACK GIRL BLUES” playing May 19 – June 4, 2023 at the Hudson Theatre Los Angeles.
3: Black Girl Blues” is a sensational play that is a meditation on external behavior, and the forces that cause us to come clean, – all explored seamlessly by one brilliant actress. This exciting play, produced by CMA Entertainment and Truitt Love Productions is created and performed by Truitt and written by Anthony D’Juan. It is a tale of three close friends – “Keisha,” “Jill” and “Stephanie” – who grew up together and now as adult women, are confronted with their demons. Keisha, an urban socialite, has her life crushed when she realizes her long-term boyfriend has had a child with another woman. Jill, a housewife in denial, admits to her husband’s betrayal. Stephanie, an executive in the upper-echelon world, has to face the core of her mental illness. Taken from the press release.
Photo by Doug Catiller, True Image Studio.
This biting comedy spans centuries, continents, and cultures in a compelling three-part vignette structure. Beginning in 1880s French Indochina, a headstrong Vietnamese cook finds herself in the kitchen of aristocratic French settlers. Then in 1999 Vietnam, American tourists get their first taste of the local cuisine. Finally, in present-day, gentrifying Brooklyn, the simmering clash around culture, ownership, and authenticity comes to a roaring boil. Taken from the websites.
March 31 – April 30, 2023
Great Show! LA Theatre Bites Recommended!