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Toxic Avenger, the Musical is playing now at the Wayward Artist in Santa Ana from April 22nd – May 8th.  The Wayward Artist put on a loud, frantic, and generally hilarious take on this silly rock musical. Fans of the material and fans of raunchy humor will enjoy this production.

April 22nd – May 8th,2022

 

 

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Correction:  Sorry, I accidentally said the wrong dates in the recorded podcast. The correct dates are April 21 – May 15, 2022.

Tea is a play centering the story of Japanese war brides, women who had married American soldiers and relocated to the United States after World War II. Taken from a website.

April 21 – May 15,2022

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Acclaimed writer Molly Smith Metzler (Shameless, Orange is the New Black, and Maid) holds both a microscope and a megaphone to the joys and perils that today’s mothers face. Taken from the website

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  Exceptional Show!

LA Theatre Bites Recommended

April 1 – May 1, 2022

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LA Theatre Bites Presents: HOUSE OF DOGS – An Original Audio Play

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There is nothing more important than family–at least that’s what Jake’s mother says. With Mom out of town, 14-year old Jake is given no choice but to stay with his needlessly strict relatives. But what begins as a sub-par sleepover quickly has Jake realizing he has more in common with the kennel dogs than he ever imagined.

Shared walls. Shared experiences. Neighbors in a Los Angeles apartment building are forced into tighter quarters and the walls of their comfort begin to close in. What happens when these relationships get too close? Taken from the website

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Written by the celebrated Olivier Award-winning UK writer Mike Kenny, Rapunzel Alone is a brand new live theatrical reimagining inspired by the classic fairy tale that follows the story of Lettie, a young mixed-race girl from London, sent to the countryside for her own safety during the daily bombings of WWII. She faces her own battles with a strict new guardian and a very “fowl” goose on an isolated country farm. Taken from

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The Fountain Theatre presents a gripping new docudrama, a compilation of true stories that explores the rippling impact of mass deportations on families. – Taken from the press release

 

 

Average Show!

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Wildcat Jackson is the self-proclaimed monarch of the west. With his silly yet edgy brand of comedy magic, he entertains as an old-west showman in a modern world. This bargain-basement Buffalo Bill Cody works a crowd with his larger-than-life charisma and offbeat carnival-style show. Taken from the website.

Dates: Feb. 25 & 26 @ 8pm, Feb. 27 @ 2pm, 2022.

Interview with the creators of Dragon Show Nick Rheinwald-Jones and Katelyn Schiller.

Synopsis:

Cross into another realm and become part of an epic fantasy tale spanning thousands of years… encounter mystical and whimsical creatures… enjoy songs and festivities… but beware, because Here Be Dragons! Taken from the website.
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Jean-Claude van Itallie’s ceremonial play, developed in the late 1960s with the visionary Open Theatre, juxtaposes scenes from the Bible’s Book of Genesis with various modern experiences. Images of the Garden of Eden with Adam and Eve taking a bite from the forbidden fruit might occur alongside modern experiences, like Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I have a dream” speech. Taken from the website.

October 23 – December 12, 2021

Above Average!
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