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Book of Days Jun 17  
Sierra Madre Playhouse Book of Days
Book of Days is about the people of a small Missouri town confronted by a violent death and forced to reconsider the truths they thought they knew. When the owner of the cheese plant dies mysteriously in a hunting accident, Ruth, his bookkeeper, suspects murder. Cast as Joan of Arc in a local production of Shaw's St. Joan, Ruth takes on the attributes of her fictional character and launches into a one-woman campaign to see justice done.
What Am I Even Doing Jun 17 - Jun 25, 2019  
Studio Stage What Am I Even Doing
What Am I Even Doing? is a world premiere solo show written and performed by Hollywood Fringe veteran Kelly Coughlin that is a confessional about your average existential crisis. Who hasn’t wondered ‘what am I doing with my life?’ ‘who am I?’ or ‘what now?’ Full of ups and downs, this comedic performance is relatable and heartfelt, taking patrons on a touching journey through figuring out adulthood and a life purpose that feels just out of our grasp. It will also examine some of the more “interesting” choices Coughlin has made along the way. And if you haven’t questioned your life choices, what are you even doing?
Drought Jun 20 - Jun 29, 2019  
Studio C Artists Drought
In ancient times, in ancient Greece, lived Caenis - daughter of Elatus and Hippea of Thessaly. Caenis was the most beautiful of all the maidens, made more beautiful by equal charm and knowledge. Poseidon, god of the sea, master of waves, keeper of tides, took her. Changed her. Drained her. And grants her one wish... Her wish? --To be transformed into a man, so as never to suffer again. Drought is a modern retelling of this forgotten tale. Using electronic music, digital landscapes and experimental prose we give voice to a voiceless character. A lot of voice, in a dynamic piece of gig-theatre. For how long will these atrocities happen to women in stories? For how long will we listen? Maybe it's time we write our own mythology. It is time to end this Drought. Ages 16+
Gypsy Jun 20 - Jun 23, 2019  
Laguna Playhouse Gypsy
The feel of authenticity in Rikki Lee Wilson’s performance as Stevie Nicks is enhanced by the lush backing vocals of Deanna Carroll and Terry Pavia. The ever-talented Kyle Wilson fills the role of a Stevie Nicks guitarist with effortless fidelity. From the other side of the stage comes authentic synth textures and keyboard parts tastefully executed by Sid Cherry who has all the right sounds from Stevie Nicks’ biggest hits. A blazing performance by Adam Tese on saxophone is matched by his skills around the array of percussion instruments he plays throughout the show. Anthony Lombardo’s melodious bass playing and the steadfast drumming and exceptional vocals of Steve Stewart complete the eight piece line-up. GYPSY, Celebrating the Music of Stevie Nicks & Fleetwood Mac, has a production value that gives their audience a stellar experience second only to the real thing.
The Producers Jun 21 - Aug 12, 2019  
The Lex Theatre The Producers
Get ready for another imaginative staging of a big musical at the intimate Celebration Theatre in Los Angeles as The Producers arrives in all its overblown glory. When a down-on-his-luck Broadway producer and his mild-mannered accountant come up with a scheme to produce the most notorious flop in history, things go awry when the show is a hit. The Producers skewers Broadway traditions and takes no prisoners as it proudly proclaims itself an equal opportunity offender.
Earth and Fire Walking (Tierra y Fuego que Camino) Jun 21 - Jun 23, 2019  
The Arena Stage at Theatre of Arts Earth and Fire Walking (Tierra y Fuego que Camino)
Tierra y Fuego que Camino (Earth & Fire Walking) features Argentine tango superstars Tomas Galvan and Gimena Herrera in an intense night of dance. They weave a love story of one couple over their meeting, courtship, and life together using only the language of tango.
Shi-Shi-Ken, the Samurai Jun 21 - Jun 29, 2019  
Stephanie Feury Studio (SFS) Theatre Shi-Shi-Ken, the Samurai
In SHI SHI - KEN, the SAMURAI kills with his sword for the first time. His values are broken when he is faced with the reality at the field of death with what he has done. He questions himself, “What am I?” “What have I used my sword for?” “What is 義/Gi?" In this play, the audience is presented with what is the true meaning of life. ages 13+
Death of a Saleman Jun 21 - Aug 4, 2019  
Ruskin Group Theatre Death of a Saleman
Winner of the Tony Award for “Best Play” and Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman” stays strikingly relevant in our times. Considered to be one of the greatest plays of the 20th Century, subsequent productions on Broadway have won three Tony awards for “Best Revival.” Burdened by financial responsibilities and living on the edge of poverty, the salesman continues to believe he is on the verge of a “big break.” What defines a successful life? Struggling to see beyond the illusions we create for ourselves, Loman, like so many, fights for acceptance to avoid being seen as a failure in the eyes of society.
Swiped Jun 21 - Jun 30, 2019  
Hudson Theatre Swiped
After Polly's parents split up when she was nine years old, she decided that the only way she could control her destiny was to meticulously plan out every aspect of her life, but when her boss asks her to bring her boyfriend to the company mixer she realizes the one thing that she never meticulously planned for was a relationship. This is a girl that micromanaged and manifested her sleepovers, her line position in the nutcracker, her role in student government, and even the class senior prank. I mean who wouldn't love to see 100 micro-pigs running down the halls of a high school on ditch day? Not anybody we'd like to know. How did she miss planning for a relationship?
URBAN DEATH for KIDZ! Jun 21 - Jul 13, 2019  
Zombie Joe's Underground Theatre URBAN DEATH for KIDZ!
Zombie Joe's Underground Theatre Group is proud to premiere their all-new family-friendly version of their long-running cult-horror theatre sensation! URBAN DEATH for KIDS! is an eerily-fresh and fun 45-minute live performance that summons-up the "all-too-familiar" spirits, ghouls and monsters-under-the-bed that we strive to face and conquer, welcoming young audiences to confront their inner-most fears in this safe and entertaining theatre-spooktacular! For Ages 10 and up. Produced by Zombie Joe and Directed by Jana Wimer, with Original Musical Score by Christopher Reiner.
An Enemy of the People Jun 22 - Sep 28, 2019  
Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum An Enemy of the People
Artistic Director Ellen Geer moves Henrik Ibsen’s powerful play from a small town in the south of Norway to a small town in the American South. It’s 1980 and a dinner party is interrupted at the home of Dr. Stockmann, the patriarch of a multi-racial family and medical officer at a popular new tourist spa. A letter brings the bad news that the water at the spa is contaminated, threatening the health of visitors and the town’s economy. Powerful people have difficult choices to make in Theatricum’s adaptation of this classic — and extraordinarily timely — struggle of the individual versus society.
Wait Until Dark Jun 22 - Jul 28, 2019  
LOFT Ensemble-Sherman Oaks Wait Until Dark
New York, 1966 – In this exciting new take on Frederick Knott's suspenseful drama, a young blind woman is manipulated by ruthless con men as they search for a mysterious doll. Trapped in her basement apartment, she learns that her blindness can be her best defense if she can only Wait Until Dark. The original Broadway production starred Lee Remick and ran for 373 performances. The New York Post called the play “a first-rate shocker.”
Defining Moments Jun 23  
The Ivy Substation Defining Moments
Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival (LAWTF) presents its annual programming at The Ivy Station in Culver City for a unique performance that takes an intimate look at the personal lives of women in stories written and performed by them. Hosting the evening of entertainment will be Anna Maria Horsford, whose long, busy career has spanned motion pictures (Minority Report, How High, One Fine Day). Co-hosting will be Ted Lange, beloved for his 250 episodes of The Love Boat. Four women writer-performers will perform their stories, excerpted from larger pieces. Karen A. Clark in The Women. In this encore excerpt and through music, poetry and storytelling, Ms. Clark reflects on the women in her family, particularly her mother, who provided a “wow” factor. Barbara Cole in Surviving Chrysalis. One woman reconciles aging in her journey toward self-actualization in this funny excerpt. Bellina Logan in Confessions of a Mulatto Child. This excerpted piece chronicles a bi-racial child’s life with her acerbic English actor/mother and the deep bond they forged. Amy Milano in Dancing with Crazies. In this excerpt from her life experiences, one woman searches for a place to call home after being uprooted from place to place as a child.
Scraps Jun 27 - Sep 15, 2019  
The Matrix Scraps
Set in Bed Stuy, Brooklyn, three months after the fatal shooting of black teenager Forest Winthrop by a white police officer, Scraps is a provocative mash up of poetry, realism and expressionism that chronicles the effects of Forest’s death on his family and friends.
Annie Jun 28 - Jun 30, 2019  
Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center Annie
Based on the popular comic strip by Harold Gray, Annie became a worldwide phenomenon and won seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical. The beloved book and score by Tony Award winners Thomas Meehan, Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin features some of the greatest musical theater hits ever written, including the quintessential “Tomorrow.” With equal measures of pluck and positivity, little orphan Annie warms everyone’s hearts despite a next-to-nothing start in 1930s New York City. She’s determined to find the parents who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of a New York City orphanage that’s run by the cruel and embittered Miss Hannigan. With the help of the other girls in the orphanage, Annie escapes to the big city. In adventure after fun-filled adventure, Annie foils Miss Hannigan’s evil machinations … and even befriends President Franklin Delano Roosevelt! She finds a new home and family in billionaire Oliver Warbucks, his personal secretary, Grace Farrell, and a lovable mutt named Sandy. Annie is the perfect musical for a fun-filled family outing. See it at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center courtesy of ENCORE. Children under the age of 4 will not be admitted.
Elvis '68 Jun 28 - Jul 7, 2019  
Glendale Centre Theatre Elvis '68
It was Elvis Presley at his most charismatic, and only a small group of fans had the privilege of being there… until now. This Elvis show features 22 of Elvis’ favored hits, with storytelling and audience participation.
The Favorite Jun 28 - Jul 21, 2019  
Avery Schreiber Playhouse The Favorite
“THE FAVORITE” is a dark comedy about the Holmes siblings who have just lost their mother and are cleaning out their parents' garage for the very last time. Shelby and Megan are competitive sisters with polar opposite world views; their adopted African American brother, Dylan is prone to having lively conversations with inanimate objects. They all have unresolved conflicts that get unpacked along with the mountains of boxes, bags and crates. As the family goes through the endless pile of their parents' accumulated treasures and junk, they relive childhood milestones and touchstones, both joyous and traumatic. Things take an unexpected turn when they uncover a painting that was painted by their mother. She has left a note saying that the painting should go to her favorite child, without specifying which one of them that is. Old wounds are exposed and generously doused in salt until the afternoon comes to a climax when Shelby's husband, Ethan makes a shocking discovery in a dusty old trunk.

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