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Funkedified Jul 20  
Ford Amphitheatre Funkedified
Pushing the boundaries of street dance vocabulary, Funkedified challenges stereotypes and invites the audience to view hip-hop through a new lens. This multimedia work celebrates the funk music and street dance of the 1970s and is set against the landscape of a video montage of African American communities of that era. Inspired by the political turmoil and atmosphere of Rennie Harris’ childhood, Funkedified is performed by dancers from Rennie Harris Puremovement; The Hood Lockers, one of the most seminal locking groups since Don Campbell and The Campbell Lock Dancers; and dancers from LA’s own Versa-Style Dance Company. A live funk band pays homage to the music of such funk legends such as James Brown, George Clinton and Roger Troutman. Bringing social dance to the concert stage at Hollywood’s Ford Theatres, Rennie Harris and his company Rennie Harris Puremovement are world-renowned for creating a cohesive dance style that finds a cogent voice in the theatre. Considered one of the pioneers of street dance theatre, alongside Princess Grace Kelly and Dr. Julius Erving, Harris was voted one of the most influential people in the last one hundred years of Philadelphia history. An award-winning choreographer, Rennie Harris toured the Middle East as one of four Ambassadors for the United States for President Barak Obama’s cultural exchange program Dance Motion USA.
The Jurors Jul 20  
Theatre West The Jurors
Twelve Angry Men explores the challenges of consensus building and what surfaces during the process among a group of individuals whose range of personalities adds to the intensity and conflict. It also explores the power one person has to elicit change. The play forces the characters and the audience to evaluate their own self image and values through observing the personality, experiences, and actions of the jurors.
Gunshot Medley: Part 1 Jul 20 - Aug 11, 2019  
Electric Lodge Gunshot Medley:  Part 1
Rogue Machine Theatre and Collaborative Artists Bloc present the revival of their 2018 production of Gunshot Medley: Part 1, a lyrical and mystical play about the struggle against systemic racism. Set in a haunted North Carolina graveyard, this delicately crafted work brings past and present together in a soulful tale of lives destroyed by the deep-seated racial tensions and conflicts that have marred America’s history from Antebellum south to the present day. “You of all people know the dead don’t need raisin’. They around all the time. Every time I hear the wind… I know the souls are rustlin’ and they ain’t sleep no more.” Written by Dionna M. Daniel and directed by Desean K. Terry.
The Dog Show Jul 21  
Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum The Dog Show
The Dog Show by Ivan Faute, directed by Laura Stribling: Seen through a dark but often humorous lens, within The Dog Show is a deeply troubled family whose sins can’t be absolved by confession. How high are the stakes in their game of trading secrets for stories? And when piecing together the past, is there any room for the truth?
Pain in My Asperger's Jul 21  
Studio C Artists  Pain in My Asperger's
Through story and song, actor-musician Jeremy Ebenstein takes audiences on a humorous, inspiring and heartbreaking journey through his life living with Asperger’s Syndrome. Chronicling his journey from childhood to adulthood, Ebenstein touches on issues like bullying, first loves and the struggle to overcome depression in a production that features six original songs and one cover rendition. Pain in My Asperger’s isn’t just a story for people on the spectrum — it’s a message of encouragement to anyone who’s ever faced obstacles on the long road to achieving their dreams. Fresh off a well-reviewed run at the Hollywood Fringe Festival, Pain in My Asperger’s comes to Studio C Artists in Los Angeles.
Tattered Capers Jul 24 - Jul 28, 2019  
Studio Stage Tattered Capers
In Tattered Capes, the Fringe Award winner for “Dance and Physical Theatre” it’s Kevin and Stephanie Connolly’s fifth wedding anniversary, and Kevin has a night of celebration planned for them. Of course, this means he won’t be going out on his regular patrol of Metro City as his alter-ego, M-Pulse, the self-appointed Eminence of Electromagnetism. But things should be fine without him for one night, right? Wrong. One would think that there could be no secrets left between a husband and wife after five years of matrimonial bliss, but when a powerful supervillain’s attack interrupts Kevin and Stephanie’s date, a hero’s unmasking bears significant consequences for the Connollys…consequences that will resonate and redefine their relationship forever.
The Sound of Music Jul 26 - Jul 28, 2019  
Warner Grand Theatre The Sound of Music
One of the world’s most beloved musicals, The Sound of Music comes to Warner Grand Theatre in San Pedro. After more than 50 years, the film version continues to be the most successful movie musical in history, and now you can see the show in a whole new way on stage. Get swept away by the spirited, romantic and the heartwarming story of the free-spirited aspiring nun who brings joy to a family of seven children in the shadow of WWII. The beautiful production features such Rodgers & Hammerstein classics as “My Favorite Things,” “Do-Re-Mi,” “Climb Ev’ry Mountain,” “Edelweiss” and, of course, the enchanting title number.
Into the Woods Jul 26 - Jul 28, 2019  
Hollywood Bowl Into the Woods
If you’re going to see a musical, this is the way to do it. Pack a picnic dinner and settle in under the stars at the gorgeous Hollywood Bowl for an all-star performance of Sondheim’s most magical musical, Into the Woods, featuring the voice of Whoopi Goldberg as the Giant, Stranger Things’ Gaten Matarazzo as Jack, Sister Act’s Patina Miller as the Witch and Shanice Williams (The Wiz Live!) as Little Red Riding Hood.
West Side Story Jul 26 - Aug 4, 2019  
Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza West Side Story
Something “Cool” is coming! Set in NYC’s Upper West Side, West Side Story, the classic musical based on Romeo & Juliet, is about to make our hearts soar all over again to the legendary score by Leonard Bernstein and brilliant lyrics by Stephen Sondheim.
Good Enough Jul 26 - Aug 25, 2019  
Lounge Theatre Good Enough
GOOD ENOUGH is the true journey of world renown author and story teller Ted McGrath. Playing 15 characters, McGrath takes us on an emotional roller coaster ride through addiction as he sabotages his family, his career and ultimately his life in the attempt to answer one question burning inside him his entire life: AM I GOOD ENOUGH? Now, having reclaimed his life and at the pinnacle of success, McGrath’s play asks each of us that same question: Are you "Good Enough?”
X Marks the Spot Jul 26  
The Groundlings Theatre X Marks the Spot
You don’t need a treasure map to find the most entertaining sketch and improv comedy in town. The Groundlings’ latest show, Groundlings Treasure Hunters, is what you’ve been searching for. Join the legendary Groundlings Theatre troupe for their latest, greatest and always hilarious main stage show.
The Drowsy Chaperone Jul 27 - Sep 1, 2019  
Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center The Drowsy Chaperone
When wealthy widow Mrs. Tottenham hosts the wedding of the year, she gets a lot more than a write-up in the society pages: Janet Van de Graaff, glittering starlet of Feldzieg’s Follies, is leaving the stage for love, a turn of events which horrifies the angry and anxious Mr. Feldzieg, whose chief investor has sent two gangsters disguised as pastry chefs to make sure he stops the wedding. Hiring Aldolpho, a Latin lover more vain than virile, to seduce the bride, is unsuccessful, as Janet’s chaperone, a drunken diva, gets herself mistaken for the bride and seduced in Janet’s place. It is left to the eager best man, George, to quite by accident break up the happy pair, when he sends groom Robert Martin out to the garden, blindfolded, and in roller skates. Such are the antics of The Drowsy Chaperone, a fictitious 1928 musical comedy. This magical piece of meta-theatre and playful, heartfelt parody of the 1920s musical comedy features a chirpy jazz age score by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison, and a lively, clever book by Bob Martin and Don McKellar, both of which were Tony winners in 2006. The score boasts such tunes as the scenery-chomping “Show Off,” the sizzling and silly “I Am Aldolpho,” the double-entendre laden “Toledo Surprise,” and “As We Stumble Along,” that rousing anthem to optimistic alcoholism.
It Happened in L.A. Jul 28  
Theatre West It Happened in L.A.
It Happened in L.A. An evening of storytelling from the actors and writers of Theatre West.
Permanent Collection Jul 29  
Sierra Madre Playhouse Permanent Collection
Sterling North, the new Black director of the Morris Foundation precipitates turmoil when he insists that the Foundation museum display its stored artworks of African origin with greater prominence and in greater quantity, dismissing those who oppose him as racist. He is even prepared to go to court to challenge the will of the museum’s founder, Alfred Morris, to pursue the objective of promoting the exposure of North’s beloved African artists. Nothing is as simple as it looks. Was Morris a racist? Who decides who should see art? Who decides what we can see? Who has that right? Can a museum itself be a unified work of art? Should the last will and testament of a private collector be sacrosanct? Permanent Collection poses a lot of questions without simple answers in this thought-provoking play, suggested by events at Philadelphia’s Barnes Foundation.
Fefu and her Friends Jul 31 - Sep 29, 2019  
Odyssey Theatre Ensemble Fefu and her Friends
The signature work of early feminist theater by giant of the avant-garde María Irene Fornés, this splendidly surreal comedy-drama will be performed in multiple spaces in the Odyssey complex. Part of Odyssey Theatre Ensemble’s 50th Anniversary “Circa ’69” Season of significant and adventurous plays that premiered around the time of the Odyssey’s 1969 inception.
Miscast Meets Holleywood! Jul 31  
Three Clubs Miscast Meets Holleywood!
A night of musical theater hilarity. Our version of a cabaret where every performer gets a chance to perform a song or act from a dream role… that they’d never be cast in. Come out & see some UCLA alums & friends perform showtunes and more!
Fly Chicao Fly Aug 1 - Aug 4, 2019  
The Colony Theatre Fly Chicao Fly
Fly Chica Fly is a live comedy production that parodies the 1976–1981 television series Charlie’s Angels. Three of LA’s favorite drag queens star in the title roles

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