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Willy Wonka Burlesque Jan 28  
El Cid Willy Wonka Burlesque
Enjoy a burlesque show inspired by the iconic tale of tasty treats! Willy Wonka combines pole dancing and aerial artistry for a stimulating show at El Cid in Los Angeles. You can order food or just drinks for a full evening of merriment.
Father of the Bride Jan 28  
Sierra Madre Playhouse Father of the Bride
Mr. Banks learns that one of the young men he has seen occasionally about the house is about to become his son-in-law. The young couple don't want a "big" wedding—just a simple affair with a few friends! We soon learn, however, that the "few" friends idea is out. Then trouble really begins…
Hello, Dolly! Jan 29 - Feb 17, 2019  
Pantages Theatre Hello, Dolly!
The universally acclaimed smash that NPR calls "the best show of the year!" Winner of four Tony Awards including Best Musical Revival, director Jerry Zaks' "gorgeous" new production (Vogue) is "making people crazy happy!" (The Washington Post). Breaking box office records week after week and receiving thunderous raves on Broadway, this HELLO, DOLLY! pays tribute to the original work of legendary director/choreographer Gower Champion - hailed both then and now as one of the greatest stagings in musical theater history. Rolling Stone calls it "a must-see event. A musical comedy dream. If you're lucky enough to score a ticket, you'll be seeing something historic. Wow, wow, wow, indeed!"
Forecer Motown Jan 30 - Feb 2, 2019  
Laguna Playhouse Forecer Motown
FOREVER MOTOWN is an incredible collection of nine all-star performers including the Spinners original lead singer G.C. Cameron and former Temptations Lead Singer Glenn Leonard, along with members of The Marvelettes and a live band singing your favorite hit songs from all the Motown legends including The Four Tops, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, The Supremes, Smoky Robinson and more.
Heisenberg Jan 30 - Feb 17, 2019  
Rubicon Theatre Heisenberg
Rubicon Theatre Company opens the 2019 Season with the quirky romance HEISENBERG. Sweet, sexy and full of surprises, the story follows two strangers whose lives intersect in a bustling London train station when free-spirited Georgie, a 40-something American, unexpectedly plants a kiss on the neck of Alex, an older Irish butcher, as he sits on a bench at St Pancras Station. When she turns up in his shop a few days later, she sets the suspicious man’s world reeling. As Alex is drawn into Georgie’s anarchical world, his conventional life becomes chaotic, uncertain and undeniably richer. Written by Tony-Award winning playwright Simon Stephens (The Curious Incident of the Dog…), Rubicon Theatre Company’s production stars Emmy and LADCC Award-winner Joe Spano as Alex (“NCIS,” RTC’s A Christmas Carol, and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?) and Ovation-winner Faline England (RTC’s Gulf View Drive, All My Sons) as Georgie. Directed by Indy-Award Winner Katharine Farmer.
Man Of God Jan 31 - Feb 24, 2019  
David Henry Hwang Theater Man Of God
A quartet of Korean Christian girls on a mission trip to Thailand make a disturbing discovery in their hotel bathroom in Man of God, a world-premiere work from East-West Players at L.A.'s David Henry Hwang Theater. From dealing with personal betrayal to worrying how this might affect their college applications, these young women are out for blood, plotting their revenge amid the neon lights and go-go bars of Bangkok. Billed as a funny, feminist thriller, Man of God is written and directed by women.
The Importance of Being Earnest Feb 1 - Mar 31, 2019  
Crown City Theatre Company The Importance of Being Earnest
Oscar Wilde's wildly entertaining comedy sparkles with dazzling wordplay and hilariously unlikely situations. This "trivial comedy for serious people" features two carefree bachelors, Jack and Algernon, each with a carefully hidden double life. But when Algernon discovers that Jack has been posing as a man named Ernest to escape to the city, he promptly travels to Jack's country estate to pose as the fictional figure himself! Silliness ensues with whimsical ingénues, jealous fiancées, indomitable dowagers, and the most famous handbag in theatre history.
The Damn Devilles: Battle of the Burlesque Feb 1  
El Cid The Damn Devilles: Battle of the Burlesque
The Damn Devillez are Los Angeles' strangely sexy cabaret and burlesque company always bringing you to your knees begging for more ... or less ... if you can't handle it. But even if you can't handle it, you can't stop watching these sexual creatures taking everything to the next level. Come see a variety of burlesque troupes from the Los Angeles area: The Damn Devillez, Lolitas, Bellesque, Zip Productions, Cherry Poppins and Dirty Little Secrets, plus goth pop singer Mac Glitzy. These ladies will "battle" it out for a night of laughter and good vibes at El Cid in Silver Lake.
Steel Magnolias Feb 2  
Haugh Performing Arts Center Steel Magnolias
Laugh-out-loud and deeply touching, this funny, poignant tale of female friendship and the unbreakable bond between a mother and daughter is brought to life by the award-winning LA Theatreworks. This uplifting story takes us into Truvy’s home beauty parlor and through the lives of six iconic characters. See it at Haugh Performing Arts Center at Citrus College in Glendora.
Prez Feb 2  
Theatre West Prez
Prez is the life story of Lester Young, one of the most accomplished jazz saxophonists in the history of the genre, who was known for his working partnership with Billie Holiday, among other luminaries. As most people enjoy music, very few fans ever know much about what a musician’s life is like once they leave the bandstand or walk out of a recording session. Prez will give some insight to the highs and lows of making a living as a professional musician and fulfilling one’s soul as a musical artist … while also trying to live a family life as a father and a husband. Catch this peek behind the curtain at Theatre West in Hollywood.
Miss America's Ugly Daughter: Bess Myerson and Me Feb 2 - Mar 24, 2019  
Greenway Court Theatre Miss America's Ugly Daughter: Bess Myerson and Me
Following last summer’s sold out run at The Edye, writer/performer Barra Grant is back with her darkly hilarious mother-daughter story: the true, inside tale of Grant’s seismic relationship with her mother, Bess Myerson. A beauty queen best known as the first and only Jewish Miss America, Myerson was an accomplished pianist, television personality, New York City’s first Commissioner of Consumer Affairs, a close advisor to Mayor Ed Koch, and a national spokesperson against anti-Semitism. Then, she infamously went down in flames — with her Mafia boyfriend! — in a judge-bribing scandal known as the “Bess Mess.” If you missed Grant’s fascinating tale about being a confused ugly duckling growing up in the shadow of her spectacular mother, here’s your chance.
Whoopsie-Doopsie Feb 2 - Mar 3, 2019  
Lonny Chapman Group Repertory Theatre Whoopsie-Doopsie
This whimsical comedy features Billy Harrington — popular, smart, good-looking captain of his Huckle Buckle team, and son of philandering professor, Gordon, and wacky mom, Molly. Billy’s world is turned upside-down when he finds out certain unwelcome information from his girlfriend, Joannie. Meanwhile, Billy’s dad is having an affair with Joannie’s mom. And who knows what Billy’s mom is doing with Joannie’s dad … Enjoy the quirky fun of Whoopsie-Doopsie at North Hollywood’s Lonny Chapman Theatre.
A Lovely Lineage Feb 3  
Theatre West A Lovely Lineage
With a grandmother who was one of MGM's brightest stars, a grandfather who was a platinum-selling Big Band crooner, a mother who headlined at Caesars Palace and a father who’s been in everything from Star Trek to Hot in Cleveland, stage favorite Kristin Towers-Rowles truly has A Lovely Lineage. But she also inherited a lovely voice, incredible timing and talent to spare as she proves in this BroadwayWorld-nominated solo show. Weaving together stories and songs, she conjures up a compelling portrait of the ultimate show-biz family including her father Robert Towers, mother Patricia Towers, grandfather Johnnie Johnston, and grandmother Kathryn Grayson (Anchors Aweigh, Kiss Me Kate, Show Boat). Hollywood’s Theatre West brings Towers-Rowles’ A Lovely Lineage to the stage as part of their Portraits of Humanity 2 series of one-person shows.
Cinderella Feb 5 - Mar 10, 2019  
Ahmanson Theatre Cinderella
Set in London during World War II, renowned choreographer Matthew Bourne reinterprets this classic fairy tale as a war-time romance. A chance meeting results in a magical night for Cinderella and a dashing young pilot, together just long enough to fall in love before being parted by the horrors of the Blitz. A thrilling and evocative love story featuring sumptuous designs by Olivier Award-winning Lez Brotherston designs and lighting by Olivier Award-winning Neil Austin, this dazzling production of Cinderella takes you into the heart of Prokofiev's magnificent score, and the sights and sounds of war-torn London at the Ahmanson.
Ragtime Feb 5 - Mar 3, 2019  
Pasadena Playhouse Ragtime
Ragtime: The Musical tells the story of three families at the turn of the 20th Century in pursuit of the American dream. The award-winning score uses ragtime rhythms to paint a portrait of the people who built this country with the hopes for a brighter tomorrow.
Death of a Salesman Feb 7 - Feb 24, 2019  
The New Vic Death of a Salesman
"The story of Willy Loman and his fractured family is riveting and heartrending while illuminating contradictions in the American Dream that have divided the country from our beginnings to today,” remarked Hanreddy. "Our goal for the production at Ensemble Theater is to faithfully capture the heart, clarity and penetrating insight of Miller’s masterwork, while breathing new theatrical life into the original staging through the use of a variety of theatrical elements, including live music.”
Anna Karenina Feb 8 - Mar 17, 2019  
Actors Co-op Theatre Anna Karenina
Helen Edmudson’s Anna Karenina is an upside-down telling of Leo Tolstoy’s classic tale. A story wrapped in temptation, passion and moral conflict, this eight-person dramatic event is a fast-paced examination of love, adultery and marriage. See it at Actors Co-op Theatres in Hollywood. The show is recommended for ages 13 or older.

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