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Taking Sides Oct 25 - Nov 12, 2017  
Rubicon Theatre Taking Sides
Harwood’s dramatization of the investigation into Furtwängler is set in 1946 in the American Zone of occupied Berlin. Major Steve Arnold interviews Wilhelm Furtwängler, a conductor at the pinnacle of his career, (and Hitler’s favorite conductor) in preparation for his de-Nazification tribunal. Furtwängler had become increasingly controversial when he chose to remain in Germany while many of his colleagues had fled out of protest or persecution. Did he naively believe that art was above politics? Did he allow himself to be manipulated by the Nazi propaganda machine? Or was he, in fact, a collaborator?
Yohen Oct 26 - Nov 19, 2017  
East West Players at David Henry Hwang Theater Yohen
In Japanese pottery, the term "yohen" refers to unpredictable changes that take place in the kiln. James and Sumi Washington are an interracial couple struggling to maintain their 37-year marriage after James retires from the US Army. The dramatic change in routine prompts questions about life, love, and aging, as the couple attempts to repair what's broken and decide what is worth saving.
The Red Dress Oct 26 - Nov 19, 2017  
Odyssey Theatre Ensemble The Red Dress
Set in Berlin and inspired by a true story, Tania Wisbar’s romantic drama explores the intersection of politics and art during the years between the Treaty of Versailles and the rise of Fascism.
Working 2017 Oct 26 - Nov 9, 2017  
Whitefire Theatre Working 2017
Inspired by Studs Terkel's Working, award-winning writer and director Bobby Moresco conceived the idea of stories of the average working American in the new millennium. What the audience will discover, through the integrity of comedy and drama of storytelling, is the beauty of humanity through the personal stories about people from all walks of life. See Working 2017 at the Whitefire Theatre in Sherman Oaks.
[Title of the Show] Oct 26 - Nov 4, 2017  
The Actors Company [Title of the Show]
Two struggling writers want to submit a piece to a new musical theater festival, but the deadline's a mere three weeks away. Deciding to follow the old adage, "Write what you know," they write ... a musical about writing a musical. [title of show] was a surprise hit on Broadway -- earning a Tony nod -- and now the love letter to musical theater hits Let Live Theater at The Actors Company in L.A. This production contains adult language and is recommended for audience members ages 13 and up.
Ella Enchanted: The Musical Oct 27 - Nov 12, 2017  
South Coast Repertory Ella Enchanted: The Musical
As a baby Ella is given the "gift" of obedience by a misguided fairy, and cannot disobey any order. Now a teenager, the strong-willed Ella must outwit her evil stepmother, escape hungry ogres and hold on to her best friend, all while getting rid of the troublesome curse and finding her own voice. Expect delightful music and plenty of girl power in this wonderfully modern and musical Cinderella story.
The Radiant Oct 27 - Nov 19, 2017  
The Actors Company The Radiant
The Radiant depicts the story of scientist Marie Curie after the death of her partner in marriage and science, Pierre Curie, in a horrific accident. She shared the Nobel Prize in physics with her husband and a colleague in 1903, becoming the first female awardee. In 1911, she won the Nobel Prize in chemistry, being the only woman to win twice. Following her husband’s death in 1906, she is alone with two children to raise, simultaneously continuing her vital and pioneering scientific work. She finds herself increasingly drawn to her lab partner, the younger, married Paul Langevin. The two become lovers, and when news of their clandestine affair is leaked to the Paris tabloids, she is the focus of a scandal that threatens her life and career and the safety of her children. A naturalized French citizen, she had been born in Warsaw to an atheist father and a Catholic mother. Nonetheless, the xenophobic and anti-Semitic press of the time attack her for being a foreigner and, supposedly, a Jew. She is forced to flee from home after it is attacked by an angry mob. She returns to Paris to advance her research and, as the years pass, it is evident that she is becoming affected by the radioactive nature of her materials.
All Shock Up Oct 27 - Nov 5, 2017  
Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center All Shock Up
Take the timeless songs of Elvis Presley, combine them with the plot of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, add some hip-swiveling swagger and you're guaranteed to get All Shook Up. This hit Broadway show centers on a '50s-era guitar-playing roustabout named Chad who rides into a small town and changes everything -- especially the life of a young girl with big dreams and a big crush. With a book by Tony Award-winner Joe DiPietro (Memphis), this musical comedy rocks and rolls along on hits like "Heartbreak Hotel," "Jailhouse Rock," "Don't Be Cruel," "It's Now or Never" and more at the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center.
High Fantasy Oct 27 - Oct 28, 2017  
Highways Performance Space and Gallery High Fantasy
Inspired by the magical time of the season, Kim Thompson and Jimi Cabeza de Vaca's High Fantasy is a carefully choreographed passage through a dreamy landscape of shifting scenery, feelings and characters. Dancers take to Santa Monica's Highways Performance Space and Gallery to embody the balance of space, the poetics of dualities and the distortion of time. They are accompanied by a modern chamber orchestra along with elements of installation, visual projection and theater.
Escape Reality: Halloween Edition Oct 27 - Oct 28, 2017  
Magicopolis Escape Reality:  Halloween Edition
Magicopolis' long-running hit show Escape Reality: Halloween Edition gets a tweak to trick and treat you this Halloween, mystifying and entertaining audiences with a variety of magic acts. Husband-and-wife team Steve Spill and Bozena Wrobel serve up a vaudeville-style show, complete with disappearances, levitation, mind-reading, optical illusions, comedy and music, which climaxes with a nail-biting, Houdini-Inspired escape, The Table of Terror, featuring 39 sharpened steel spikes that present the ultimate challenge to the trapped magician that lies beneath. This dark night of thrills includes a black rose for everyone.
End of the Rainbow Oct 27 - Nov 12, 2017  
La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts End of the Rainbow
The real fireworks happened offstage. It’s December 1968 and Judy Garland is about to make her comeback…again. In a London hotel room, with both her new young fiancé and her adoring accompanist, Garland struggles to get “beyond the rainbow” with her signature cocktail of talent, tenacity and razor-sharp wit. Featuring some of Garland’s most memorable songs, this savagely funny play-with-music offers unique insight into the inner conflict that inspired and consumed one of the most beloved figures of our time.
Horror UnScripted Oct 27 - Oct 29, 2017  
The Broad Stage Horror UnScripted
With Horror UnScripted, Impro Theatre creaks open the door of unease and terror as they present completely improvised plays designed to make you squirm in your seat and keep you up at night. Inspired by the complex psychological horror movies of the 1970s, the Impro Main Company will create never before seen, unsettling stories that thrive off the fear and desperation that live inside us all. Madness, murder, ghosts, isolation, possession, and sickening dread are all on the menu. And since each show is based on audience suggestions, remember ... you brought this nightmare on yourselves.
Rotterdam Oct 28 - Nov 30, 2017  
Skylight Theatre Rotterdam
New Year’s. Rotterdam, 2018. Alice has finally found the courage to email her parents and tell them she’s lesbian. But before hitting send, her girlfriend reveals that she has always identified as male, and now wants to start living as one.
Swan Lake Oct 28  
Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza Swan Lake
Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake premiered in Moscow in 1877 -- so who better to see dance it than the Russian Grand Ballet? Swan Lake has continued to enchant audiences, inspiring countless performances and earning a reputation as "the ballet of all ballets." Now, with spectacular sets, glittering costumes and the rarely seen Waltz of Black Swans, the Russian Grand Ballet brings this beloved classic to Richmond. Swan Lake tells the hauntingly beautiful story of young lovers Siegfried and Odette, who's been captured by an evil sorcerer and transformed into a swan. Siegfred only has a short time to save his beloved before she's cursed to remain a swan forever, but standing in his way is the sorcerer's daughter, the beguiling black swan Odile, who comes to tempt and distract him away from his quest. Featuring premier dancers from some of Russia's elite choreographic schools, this stunning full-length production graces the stage of the Fred Kavli Theatre.
Otello Oct 28 - Nov 4, 2017  
Miles Memorial Playhouse Otello
Otello turns up the passion with this mashup between two giants of theater: William Shakespeare and Giuseppe Verdi. Pitting one of the greatest romances against a most odious villain, Verdi's Otello propels you through Shakespeare's stormy seas, soaring love duet, tender "Ave Maria" and crushing conclusion. James Salazaar and Steve Moritzugu head this all-star cast on the stage of Santa Monica's Miles Memorial Playhouse with the 25-piece Vineyard Touring Opera Orchestra. L. C. Harnsberger conducts a pre-performance talk, and audiences may stay after to meet the performers and enjoy light refreshments.
Two Can Play That Game Oct 29  
Long Beach Performing Arts Center Two Can Play That Game
Ah, relationships. Sometimes they can feel like you're playing a game you don't know the rules to. If only there was someone to explain it all. Someone like, say, Vivica A. Fox? Well, maybe not Fox herself, but for sure the character she played in the hit 2001 film Two Can Play That Game, by the writer of Barbershop. But what would the relationship guru with all the answers do when she found her own man stepping out? What wouldn't she do? Fox once again lays down the rules -- this time on stage at the Long Beach Performing Arts Center in Je'Caryous Johnson's theatrical adaptation. The star-studded cast also includes Scandal's Columbus Short, R&B singer Vivian Green and "Real Housewife" Porsha Williams. The game just got real.
Strays: We All Feel Lost Sometimes Oct 29 - Dec 3, 2017  
Secret Rose Theatre Strays:  We All Feel Lost Sometimes
STRAYS: We All Feel A Little Lost Sometimes, is a warm, funny journey through one woman’s experiences in the animal rescue world as she finds parallels of her own story. Twice adopted, Lisa Wharton faces her own fears of abandonment and the guilt of not being able to protect the ones she loves and finds hope, one rescue at a time.

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