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Third Annual Diversity Festival Jun 8  
The Groundlings Theatre Third Annual Diversity Festival
Returning for a third year to celebrate and explore diversity and inclusion in comedy and entertainment, The Groundlings Theatre and School is proud to present their annual Diversity Festival on Saturday, June 8. Building on the enthusiasm and success of the last two iterations of the festival, The Groundlings welcome back sponsors NBC and Nickelodeon to offer a full day of performances that will be free and open to the public. The festival will also host several diversity-related workshops exploring such topics as Creating Diverse Characters, Queer-Prov and Finding Your Voice. These one-hour workshops are $10.00, and registration will be open to the public.
Tattered Capes Jun 8 - Jun 29, 2019  
Studio Stage Tattered Capes
In Tattered Capes, 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.
REDCAT International Children's Film Festival 2019 Jun 8 - Jun 23, 2019  
Redcat REDCAT International Children's Film Festival 2019
REDCAT, CalArts' downtown center for contemporary arts presents the 14th annual REDCAT international children's Film Festival
Life Plan Jun 8 - Jun 28, 2019  
Studio Stage Life Plan
In Life Plan, it is 2068 and the world (unsurprisingly) has gone to shit. America lies in ruins following Civil War II, and climate change has made a large swath of the Earth uninhabitable. For the mass of people facing uncertain and dangerous futures, Life Plan offers a solution: Join Life Plan and live your dream life in your real life! Life Plan is immersive satirical sci-fi—the audience is live at a timeshare sales pitch from our dystopian future. Over the course of the show, the audience learns about Life Plan, its tech guru founder, and meets people living their dream on the platform right now. But things are not exactly what they seem, and the audience must reckon with what Life Plan is truly offering them.
George Jun 8 - Jun 28, 2019  
Stephanie Feury Studio (SFS) Theatre George
George. is a historical fiction play about a soft-spoken young man from Modesto, California who would go on to create the biggest film-franchise of all time. “GEORGE.” follows George Lucas through the creation of his first three films, ‘THX 1138,’ ‘American Graffiti,’ and finally ‘Star Wars.’ The audience will watch George as he chooses who to listen to, the hot-headed Coppola, the whimsical Spielberg, or the firm voice of his father, George Lucas Sr. They will watch as he learns what control really is in art. They will watch how a young, soft-spoken man from Modesto, California became George Lucas, the most important filmmaker of the 20th, and 21st, century.
Let's Write A Musical Jun 8 - Jun 30, 2019  
McCadden Place Theatre Let's Write A Musical
When David is diagnosed with cancer, he turns to his wife, Lucy, and says “let’s write a musical”. While David and Lucy are experiencing the ups and downs of their cancer journey, so are the characters in their musical comedy on a roller coaster ride. Their musical is based in the 50’s. It is the story of Olive and Blake who are smitten after their first date, but then, a friend interferes with their romance and shenanigans ensue. Of course, love wins out in the end.
Lock Your Heart, Elder P. Jun 8 - Jun 23, 2019  
Studio C Artists Lock Your Heart, Elder P.
Based on his actual experiences as a Mormon missionary in Sweden, Perkins’ “reads” from the journal he kept during his two years of service. However, it appears during the performance that he is not the only one with a story to tell, and that his relationship with the divine has perhaps become a bit strained. In his younger persona, Elder P. happily accepts the call to serve as a missionary. He starts out with the best of intentions: to serve the Lord faithfully, chastely, and exclusively for two years. He promises to lay aside all personal relationships, subjecting himself instead to the constant company of a 24/7 working missionary companion. Then she shows up. Lock Your Heart, Elder P. lays bare the struggle to reconcile what the heart wants and what God commands.
Monsters of Man: A Supernatural Anthology Jun 8 - Jun 30, 2019  
The Complex Monsters of Man: A Supernatural Anthology
Sometimes the things we fear are not always the creatures that go bump in the night. Monsters of Man: A Supernatural Anthology combines an element of the everyday with a splash of the supernatural in this performance at Flight Theatre. A journey through the stories and lives of individuals who will show that sometimes the most terrifying monsters of all are the ones we create ourselves. “No man chases evil because it is evil; he only mistakes it for happiness, the good he seeks” –Mary Shelley. Ages 14+
Neighborhood Watch Jun 8 - Jun 30, 2019  
Underground Annex Theater Neighborhood Watch
Neighborhood Watch follows the actions of Elsa Wrightrain as she struggles to maintain order in her longtime neighborhood. 14+
Tapping My Way To The Nuthouse Jun 8 - Jun 22, 2019  
Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena Tapping My Way To The Nuthouse
Tapping My Way to the Nuthouse is a titillating tale of a five-year old burgeoning neurotic who finally ends up in the nuthouse after her rapid ascent through childhood stardom and eventual descent into craziness. Only tap dancing keeps her nose above the water line. Mix in some spoken mime and multimedia…and there you have the show… Will insanity Win???
Why Did The Chicken Cross The Road? Jun 8 - Jun 28, 2019  
The Colony Theatre Why Did The Chicken Cross The Road?
This tragicomic play follows each of the words in that joke as a character as they try to figure out their meaning and reach the ‘real world’. A philosophical quest with LGBTQ+ themes rooted in the politics of Trump’s America, this show enjoyed a sold-out, critically-acclaimed run in London last year! WHY DID THE CHICKEN CROSS THE ROAD?
Monkey Mind Jun 8 - Jun 30, 2019  
McCadden Place Theatre Monkey Mind
Monkey Mind is a family rock musical about a bright, precocious teen driven to thoughts of suicide because of an over active mind. This lesson of life becomes an uplifting and fun experience.
A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder Jun 8 - Jul 14, 2019  
Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder
Getting away with murder can be so much fun ... and there's no better proof than the knock-'em-dead, uproarious, most-nominated show of the 2014 Broadway season, A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder. This Broadway hit tells the story of commoner Monty Navarro, who finds out he's heir to the family fortune and an earldom in the lofty D'Ysquith family. Well, he would be the heir, if not for the eight relatives who come before him in the line of succession. Monty is a man with an abundance of ambition and a lack of moral fiber, so he tries to jump forward in the line of succession by eliminating all of the relatives who stand in his way. If that's not enough, he also has to juggle a mistress and a fiancee. A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder​ is a murderous romp filled with unforgettable music, non-stop laughs and a scene-stealing role for one actor playing all eight of the doomed heirs who meet their ends in the most creative and side-splitting ways.
Gunfight at the Not-So-OK Saloon Jun 8 - Jun 29, 2019  
McCadden Place Theatre Gunfight at the Not-So-OK Saloon
When a clueless man named Chance wanders into town searching for his first love named Hope he discovers more than he bargained for. Hope has taken a job in the local brothel where she spends time with the tyrannical Sheriff Sunday! Hijinks ensue as Chance, Hope, and the Sheriff get entangled in a hilarious web of truth, lies and love. Who will win the girl? Come see the result of the showdown between Chance and the Sheriff to find out! Admission age: 13+
ExtraOrdinary Jun 8 - Jun 28, 2019  
Studio C Artists ExtraOrdinary
A one person comedy about a girl who is ExtraOrdinary. Meaning she is 'extra' ordinary. She doesn't stand out in a crowd, in her family, at school or even on stage. But that's what she loves - the stage! This comedy follows her life in the theater starting out in kindergarten. She enjoys mayhem and does nothing to stop it when she sees something about to go wrong, even though she may not have been the cause. So if the heroine wants to get the part she has no choice but murder.
PHO Girl Jun 8 - Jun 27, 2019  
Studio Stage PHO Girl
What happens if everything you thought about yourself was a lie? You can take a girl out of Little Saigon, but you can't take Little Saigon out of the girl. Not even with a DNA test. Sushi, Korean barbeque, Pad Thai...with Pho still on the menu. The search identity has never looked so yummy. Eat it up!
The Living Room: A Comedy of Grief Jun 9 - Jun 27, 2019  
Theatre of NOTE The Living Room:  A Comedy of Grief
Confined to The Living Room, these two Accountants of Death work tirelessly to record the death toll, while the occupational hazards wear on these two clowns as they learn the meaning of life and death. It makes for an absurd and physical jaunt brimming with existential phone calls, impaired dancing and the love of a goldfish.

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