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I Am Sophie Aug 17 - Sep 2, 2018  
Pico Playhouse I Am Sophie
 
Have you ever wondered what it might be like to re-invent yourself – to start over as someone else? Sophie gives you a chance to sit court-side during one such adventure. To join her on an existential, down the rabbit hole, adventure of self-discovery. This piece aims to wake up your sleeping soul and remind you to go out and live life in whatever way feels best to you - others opinions be damned. That said, Sophie will soar to the highest heights and plummet to the lowest lows. But what journey of self discovery doesn't have that? Beauty and pain so often occur at the same exact time, don't they?
 
   
Paradise Aug 17 - Sep 23, 2018  
Ruskin Group Theatre Paradise
 
When a southern coal-mining town goes from boom to bust, a charismatic preacher arrives to offer salvation…along with his bombshell sidekick who was rescued from a stripper pole. But, now there’s a network reality TV producer from Hollywood who has different ideas about how to make their town great again.
 
   
Teatro Martini DInner Cabaret Aug 17 - Aug 31, 2018  
Teatro Martini Teatro Martini DInner Cabaret
 
Teatro Martini's sizzling dinner spectacular features an edgy combination of cabaret, comedy, music and cirque-style aerials and acrobatics. The Teatro Martini experience comes complete with a four-course meal. As you dine on your gourmet entree, you'll be captivated by an energetic show of non-stop comedy, daring acrobatic acts, live music and more. Teatro Martini's performers come from across the globe to provide you with a captivating and tantalizing getaway from the ordinary.
 
   
We Need To Talk About Norman A Psycho Musical Aug 17 - Sep 21, 2018  
El Cid We Need To Talk About Norman A Psycho Musical
 
Bates Motel is open again for business in this campy, eight-track adaptation of Alfred Hitchcock's horror masterpiece at El Cid in Los Angeles. Arrive early and enjoy a menu prepared by Chef Jason Fullilove.
 
   
The Lady Demands Satisfaction Aug 18 - Sep 23, 2018  
LOFT Ensemble-Sherman Oaks The Lady Demands Satisfaction
 
The year is 1766, and Trothe Pepperston stands to lose her family estate following the unexpected death of her father, unless she can win a duel against the finest swordsman in the land. Helped and hindered by a milksop suitor, bumbling servants, a Prussian fencing master who thinks he is there to marry her, and her domineering aunt, mayhem and hilarity pave the way for Trothe to discover that she just might be able to save herself.
 
   
Walt Unplugged Aug 19 - Aug 26, 2018  
Long Beach Playhouse Walt Unplugged
 
Walt Unplugged is a one-man show recalling how a seven-year-old boy met his personal hero in 1954. It's a wild, unfiltered take on Mr. Disney as you've never seen him before.This production is neither affiliated with nor endorsed by the Disney family heirs or the Disney Company. No affiliation is implied. This production is intended for adult audiences only.
 
   
High Street Broadcast Mimics Live Radio Show Aug 19  
Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center High Street Broadcast Mimics Live Radio Show
 
Come celebrate our inaugural season of the DownStage Cabaret Series as the High Street Broadcast recreates a "live" radio show featuring original music, comedy sketches, and the suspense filled radio drama The Stache, featuring live sound effects! The unique presentation captures the spirit of the golden age of radio while adding a modern twist and sense of humor that speaks to today's listening audience. A variety of beer and wine, soft drinks and desserts will be available for purchase throughout the event at the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center.
 
   
KALAMAZOO Aug 20  
Sierra Madre Playhouse KALAMAZOO
 
Peg and Irv, two quirky but endearing baby-boomers bravely venture into the world of modern dating. But when these opposites attract, they discover love isn't any easier the second time around. Kalamazoo is a romantic-comedy about life's second act and learning you're never too old to be young. Winner of the Riva Shriner Comedy Award.
 
   
Ain't Too Proud Aug 21 - Sep 30, 2018  
Ahmanson Theatre Ain't Too Proud
 
Recently named Billboard magazine's most successful R&B artists of all time -- over Aretha Franklin and Michael Jackson -- the true story of The Temptations comes to vibrant life in an electrifying new musical. They were five young guys on the streets of Detroit when they were discovered by Berry Gordy, who signed them to his legendary new label. After 24 attempts, they finally had a hit and the rest is music history -- how they met, how they rose, the groundbreaking heights they hit with tunes like "My Girl," "Just My Imagination" and "Papa Was a Rolling Stone," and how personal and political conflicts threatened to tear the group apart as the nation fell into civil unrest. You'll hear the iconic hits and witness the signature dance moves that made the "Classic Five" Temptations part of our cultural history in this thrilling story of brotherhood, family, loyalty and betrayal. Don't miss this prestigious project from award-winning writer Dominique Morisseau (The Detroit Project, TV's Shameless), hot Broadway choreographer Sergio Trujillo (Jersey Boys, Flashdance, Memphis, On Your Feet!) and Tony-winning director Des McAnuff (Jersey Boys), coming to the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles. Get your tickets for Ain't Too Proud now during this special pre-sale offer.
 
   
The Glass Menagerie Aug 22 - Sep 9, 2018  
Long Beach Performing Arts Center The Glass Menagerie
 
The iconic American classic that launched the career of American playwright Tennessee Williams, this autobiographical “memory play” captures the fragility and stifled yearning of characters clinging to hope against the harsh realities of a rapidly changing world. Confined to a tiny St. Louis apartment on the eve of World War II, the Wingfield family struggles to find beauty amid the rough circumstances that surround them.
 
   
Into The Woods Aug 23 - Sep 9, 2018  
The Grove Theatre Into The Woods
 
Watch as Domino One Productions mounts a full production of its 2016 workshop of the beloved musical, Into the Woods by Stephen Sondheim. Stripped down to a cast of 11 actors and found-object orchestra, this reimagining of the classic fairy tale mashup can be enjoyed at The Grove Theater Center in Burbank.
 
   
Prolonged Eye Contact Aug 23 - Aug 25, 2018  
Lyric Hyperion Theatre Prolonged Eye Contact
 
Prolonged Eye Contact is a an interactive solo show by comedian Kristen Studard (SF Sketchfest, The Mindy Project, described by the Chicago Tribune as "winningly offbeat") about the search for love, connection, and approval from her audience through a series of characters, a game show, and an erotic encounter with a bee. Kristen would like to be loved by you, monogamously. (She's a one-audience type of gal.) What happens when someone won't break eye contact? Uh oh, sh*t just got real. With Prolonged Eye Contact, Kristen woos you by opening her heart and her eyes and looking right into your soul. Are you ready to be seen?
 
   
Marian Aug 23 - Sep 22, 2018  
Theatre of NOTE Marian
 
L.A.'s Theatre of Note presents the West Coast premiere of Marian, or the True Tale of Robin Hood, Adam Szymkowicz's gender-bending, patriarchy-smashing, hilarious new take on the classic Robin Hood myth. In this retelling of the tale, Robin Hood is (and has always been) Maid Marian in disguise, and leads a motley group of Merry Men (a few of whom are actually men) against the greedy Prince John. As the poor get poorer and the rich get richer, who will stand for the vulnerable if not Robin? What is the cost of revealing your true self in a time of trouble? Modern concerns and romantic entanglements clash on the battlefield and on the ramparts of Nottingham Castle. It's a play about selfishness and selflessness, love deferred and the fight, which must always go on.
 
   
The Man Who Saved Everything Aug 24 - Sep 23, 2018  
Theatre West The Man Who Saved Everything
 
An original drama by Benjamin Scuglia, is a timely, compelling and absorbing exploration of hoarding, family and memory, our possessions and the connections that bind us together.
 
   
Troilus and Cressida Aug 24 - Sep 15, 2018  
Richard Goad Theatre Troilus and Cressida
 
One of Shakespeare's most rare tragedies, Troilus and Cressida is probably the most modern and ready-made for today's audience. Author and literary scholar Joyce Carol Oates remarked that it strikes the modern reader as a contemporary investigation of numerous infidelities, its criticism of tragic pretensions, above all, its implicit debate between what is essential in human life and what is only existential are themes of the 20th century. Open your mind to Shakespeare's modern ideas at the Long Beach Shakespeare Company's Richard Goat Theatre.
 
   
I Am Not A Cmedian....I'm Lenny Bruce Aug 24 - Sep 9, 2018  
Theatre 68 I Am Not A Cmedian....I'm Lenny Bruce
 
I Am Not a Comedian ... I'm Lenny Bruce stars Ronnie Marmo as the stand-up comic and social commentator, with three-time Emmy nominee Joe Mantegna (Criminal Minds) directing. Bruce's passionate crusades for free speech led to obscenity charges and arrests, paving the way for the honest and uncensored acts of Richard Pryor and George Carlin, among many more. Stage Scene LA calls this solo performance at NoHo's Theatre 68 "scabrously funny" and "heartbreakingly poignant." This production contains nudity and is recommended for adult audiences only.
 
   
She Is History! Aug 26  
Theatre West She Is History!
 
Celebrate Women's Equality Day with this very special staged reading of She Is History! Written and Produced by Amy Simon, and presented by Theatre West, this full cast staged reading is based on Simon's solo play about women who make and made history. Developed in Theatre West's Writer's Workshop, this evening of inspiring, enlightening, empowering stories honoring the women (and men) who fought to make Women's Equality Day possible is a fundraiser for Hollywood's Theatre West, which is the longest-operating theater in Los Angeles.
 
   

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