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The Young Americans Showstoppers: Live in Concert! Feb 28 - Mar 1, 2020  
La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts The Young Americans Showstoppers:  Live in Concert!
 
That feel-good feeling that only great live music can inspire? That’s what The Young Americans are all about. And from Broadway to blues, classical to country, Showstoppers: Live in Concert showcases powerful live renditions of all your favorite hits in that one-of-a-kind Young Americans style. Featuring 150 international cast members, this two-hour show brings a variety of popular music genres to the stage, along with hummable hits from Broadway and the silver screen. Don’t miss this live concert spectacular by “America’s Musical Ambassadors” at La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts.
 
   
Frankenstein Feb 28 - Mar 1, 2020  
The James Bridges Theater Frankenstein
 
Stacy Keach stars as the Creature! A scientist’s attempts to tinker with life itself unleashes a monster the world has never forgotten. 200 years since it was written, Mary Shelley’s masterpiece retains all its power to horrify and fascinate. BBC Radio’s Kate McAll adapts this classic novel for a modern audience.
 
   
Alice in Wonderland Mar 1 - Apr 18, 2020  
A Noise Within Alice in Wonderland
 
Crash through the looking glass with Alice on her zany adventure to an upside-down magical dreamland where imagination defies reality and madness makes logic. Weaving a dark and whimsical poem of colorful eccentrics, Lewis Carroll’s fractured fairy tale creates a prism through which we can again experience the mystery and effervescent wonder of growing up.
 
   
Jelly Bean Mar 1 - Mar 22, 2020  
Actors Workout Studio Jelly Bean
 
We’ve opened the bag and offer you some of our Jelly Beans. A delicious evening of short, original plays of all colors, shapes and sizes. Some sweet, some sour, some spicy; Jelly Beans will satisfy you more than a Snickers bar. Come out and taste them all! Adults only!
 
   
The Pack Mar 3  
Pico Playhouse The Pack
 
The cast includes Laraine Newman, Dana Gould, Willie Garson, Bill Smitrovich, Spencer Garrett, Milanka Brooks, Jennifer Grant, Intae Kim, Rebecca Lane, Bruce Nozick, Tim Ransom, Dayle Reyfel, Lynne Stewart, Beth Triffon, Terry Walters and Bradley White. Seating is limited. This performance is part of an ongoing series of shows by THE PACK at venues throughout Los Angeles.
 
   
The Serpent Mar 4 - May 3, 2020  
Odyssey Theatre Ensemble The Serpent
 
Go ahead – take the apple. Founding Odyssey Theatre Ensemble artistic director Ron Sossi re-envisions this celebration of life as seen through the Book of Genesis — winner of the 1969 Obie award and a prime example of the innovative nature of the period — as part of the Odyssey’s 50th Anniversary “Circa ’69” Season. Sossi previously directed the West Coast premiere of thi “ceremony/celebration/exploration” exactly 50 years ago, in the spring of 1970, as the second production ever at the then brand-new Odyssey Theatre.
 
   
Passion Mar 5 - Apr 19, 2020  
Boston Court Performing Arts Center Passion
 
Passion tells the story of Giorgio, a handsome young army captain in 1860’s Italy, who finds himself torn between Clara, his beautiful young lover, and Fosca, the unbeautiful, sickly woman who challenges his notion of what love is. With an achingly beautiful score, Passion delves into the mystifying tangle of desire, obsession, lust and madness that comprise love.
 
   
Transcending The Mirror Mar 5  
Whitefire Theatre Transcending The Mirror
 
A queer woman’s nitty gritty, up close and personal musical experience of her search to find her own Tribe. After years of failed romantic relationships with cis women and identifying purely as a “lesbian,” she decides to partner with a transgender woman. As she experiences the trans community along with her girlfriend’s transition itself, she is forced to question not only her own sexuality, but what it ultimately means to belong. Singing snippets of well-known songs throughout the show, Dana generously shares her vulnerability, compassion, humor, sexuality and morality with the audience as she takes them on this timely and unique LGBTQ journey of true transcendence from lost to…
 
   
Glass Ceiling Mar 5 - Mar 28, 2020  
Rockwell Table and Stage Glass Ceiling
 
“We gotta break it down…” From the musical writing team of Laura Watkins and Nicholas David Brandt (Comic-Con the Musical) comes GLASS CEILINGS – a new musical about women throughout history whose stories you don’t know, but should. Join us as Rockwell becomes the surreal afterlife of “Hergatory”. With a pink-haired Goddess who rocks out with an all-female band, a diverse group of remarkable ladies from 9 different time periods, and a mystery to be solved, this might be the…
 
   
Geronimo Mar 5  
Whitefire Theatre Geronimo
 
GERONIMO Life on the Reservation tells the little-told story of the famed Bedonkohe Apache warrior’s 23 years as a prisoner of war. Focusing on Geronimo’s resiliency, humor and genius, this new solo show at Sherman Oaks’ Whitefire Theatre begins its story with the Apache leader’s final surrender in 1886. After stops in Florida and Alabama prisons, Geronimo is finally sent to his final stop — Fort Sill, Oklahoma — where he spends much of the last 15 years of his life as a P.O.W. Longtime TV and film actor Rudy Ramos (Beverly Hills Cop II, The Enforcer) brings Geronimo’s final years to life on the stage in this dramatic recounting of a fascinating, largely forgotten chapter in American history.
 
   
Love and Politics Mar 6 - Mar 15, 2020  
Victory Theatre Center Love and Politics
 
The world premiere of Love and Politics is the fifth play from audience favorite Jon Klein presented by The VTC. Taking on familiar taboos, four passionately divergent characters try to make sense of everything from smartphones to career paths to immigration, love and, yes, politics. It’s all politics … until it’s personal.
 
   
The Wedding Singer Mar 7 - Apr 5, 2020  
Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center The Wedding Singer
 
Break out your crimpers and powder blue tuxedos as Actors’ Repertory Theatre of Simi (ARTS) heads back to the ‘80s with The Wedding Singer. Based on the hilarious hit film starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore and featuring songs that hearken back to your favorite ‘80s artists, we cordially invite you to just say yes to the most romantic musical comedy of the decade. The Wedding Singer takes us back to a time when hair was big, greed was good, collars were up and a wedding singer might just be the coolest guy in the room. It’s 1985, and rock star wannabe, Robbie Hart, is New Jersey’s favorite wedding singer and the life of the party, until his own fiancee leaves him at the altar. Shot through the heart, Robbie makes every wedding as disastrous as his own. Enter Julia, a winsome waitress who wins his affection. As luck would have it, Julia is about to be married to a Wall Street shark, and unless Robbie can pull off the performance of a decade, the girl of his dreams will be gone forever.
 
   
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown Mar 7 - Apr 5, 2020  
Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
 
Presented by Actors’ Repertory Theatre of Simi. Charles Schulz’s beloved comic comes to life in Clark Gesner’s classic musical, You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown. The whole gang is here: bossy Lucy is hopelessly in love with piano prodigy Schroeder who doesn’t give her the time of day, perfectionist Sally is still mocking blanket-toting Linus, Snoopy is in the doghouse, and “blockhead,” himself, Charlie Brown, is in rare form. Brief vignettes span the months from Valentine’s Day to Beethoven Day, from wild optimism to utter despair. In this revised version, with additional music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa and dialogue by Michael Mayer, the sweet, joyful innocence of the Peanuts gang is maintained, but a fresh insouciance and playfulness is revealed. The new script features two new songs, particularly funny dialogue, and new, catchy orchestrations. Whether you’re keen to fly with the Red Baron, moon over the “Moonlight Sonata,” or just do your best to find “Happiness,” You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown is a crowd-pleasing classic. PLEASE NOTE: The Saturday matinees on March 21, 28 and April 4 will feature an all-youth cast. All other performances will feature and adult cast.
 
   
Death And Other Girly Things Mar 7 - Apr 12, 2020  
LOFT Ensemble-Sherman Oaks Death And Other Girly Things
 
In the play, a young woman takes a road trip with her new ... baby ... learning about life, death, and everything in between.
 
   
Terry Fator Mar 7  
La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts Terry Fator
 
It took ventriloquist, singer, comedian and celebrity impressionist Terry Fator 32 years to become an overnight sensation when he won the hearts of America on “America’s Got Talent” in 2007. Get ready for non-stop laughs as Terry combines ventriloquism with singing celebrity impressions. Meet some of his puppets like Cowboy Walter, Emma Taylor and Winston the Impersonating Turtle. Watch in amazement as he effortlessly performs the singing styles of an eclectic group of stars – including Tony Bennett, Elvis, Maroon 5, Garth Brooks, Etta James, Kermit The Frog, and more. This will be a night of hilarious, wholesome entertainment for the entire family as he dazzles everyone with his amazing talent!
 
   
Orphee Mar 8 - Apr 5, 2020  
Odyssey Theatre Ensemble Orphee
 
Orpheus, Eurydice, a trouble-making horse and Death herself converge in this very funny and irreverent reimagining of the Greek myth by surrealist poet, playwright and filmmaker Jean Cocteau. A celebrated poet with writer’s block, Orpheus sequesters himself in the countryside with his wife Eurydice, where he seeks inspiration. Deaf West Theatre views Cocteau’s whimsical, magical and highly visual French play, first performed in Paris in 1926, through a unique lens: translated from the French into Spoken English and American Sign Language, and slated for a run at the True Colors Festival in Tokyo, Japan at the end of April. Described by Cocteau as “part farce, part meditation on death,” the playwright continued to explore the same themes throughout his ensuing career, culminating with his seminal “Orphic Trilogy” of films: Le Sang d'un Poete, Orphée and Le Testament d'Orphee.
 
   
Wizard Academy Mar 8  
La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts Wizard Academy
 
The bumbling Professor Hackensneeze makes a visit from the Hogwarts Academy to teach kids and their Muggles the secrets of their innermost powers. Children are led on a zany, mystical day-in-the-life of a Wizard In Training (W.I.T). Magic potion recipes and wand etiquette are all part of this family-friendly show. Kids encouraged to come in costume. Ages 4+. Children under 3 are not admitted into the theater.
 
   

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