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Voices Mar 28  
Whitefire Theatre Voices
 
Award-winning, hilarious comedy about a voice-over actress discovering her own voice, closes the largest Solo Festival on the West Coast! Carla Delaney can mimic any voice from Betty White to Bart Simpson, but using her own voice, now that’s another story! Chances are, you’ve heard Carla Delaney’s voice before. A successful and acclaimed voice-over artist, her voice has featured in film, animation, video games and commercials everywhere. A gifted impressionist, she’s done everyone from Barbra Streisand to Martha Stewart to Lady Gaga, and the list goes on and on. She’s written and performed in the Groundlings’ Sunday Company, in the hit show Forbidden Broadway, on TV on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Conan, Family Guy, New Looney Tunes, Showtime’s Our Cartoon President, Captain Marvel and much more. In Voices, Carla meets the surprising voices of her head, her heart, her snotty respiratory system, and over 30 more, making her ask the question, “Is it noisy in here, or is it just me?”
 
   
Riverdale Apr 3 - May 16, 2020  
Rockwell Table and Stage Riverdale
 
Iconic and beyond reproach. … The students of Riverdale High have survived many cultural mediums. From comic book to sweeping dramatic CW series, but now the characters of Riverdale embark on their most savage and hysterical journey yet, a Rockwell Musical Parody. Just weeks after the mysterious disappearance of fair Riverdale’s most promising young athlete, Jason Blossom, the once idyllic, wholesome and bright town faces a sinister, dark and surprisingly sexy new chapter of it’s history. Archie, Betty, Veronica, Jughead, Cheryl, Josie, Kevin, Reggie and all your favorite Riverdale characters all come together for milkshakes, double dates and twisted fates about to unravel into what they don’t yet know just might be … murder. This isn’t your Ma and Pop’s Choc-Lit Shoppe and this Rockwell Musical Parody of Riverdale is set to be our flat-out funniest and throw-down sexiest show yet. Based on the comic book and hit CW television series from Greg Berlanti and Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa. Riverdale, a musical parody, is a high-energy, farcical homage to this now iconic series and world of characters, featuring spectacular vocals and laugh-out-loud hilarious comedic performances.
 
   
The Office! A Musical Parody Apr 3 - Apr 5, 2020  
Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza The Office!  A Musical Parody
 
Your favorite moments from all nine seasons are mashed up into one “typical” day with Michael, Jim, Pam, Dwight, and others at “The Office,” featuring songs such as “That’s What She Said,” “Marry Me Beesly,” and “We Have Fun Here.” Original off-Broadway cast member, Sarah Mackenzie Baron, will join the tour cast as everyone's favorite boss, Michael.
 
   
The Circus Science Spectacular Apr 5  
La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts The Circus Science Spectacular
 
Step right up! Presenting science, circus style! Using juggling, balancing, magic and more to illustrate concepts of science, this interactive, educational show entertains and amazes audiences of all ages. With flying clubs and piled high pies, there are plenty of ways for kids to get involved. Trained by Ringling Brothers Circus, two hilarious hosts create a truly immersive and laugh-packed science experience! Ages 4+. Children under 3 will not be admitted into the theater.
 
   
Once On This Island Apr 7 - May 10, 2020  
Ahmanson Theatre Once On This Island
 
Winner of the 2018 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical, ONCE ON THIS ISLAND is the sweeping, universal tale of Ti Moune, a fearless peasant girl in search of her place in the world, and ready to risk it all for love. Guided by the mighty island gods, Ti Moune sets out on a remarkable journey to reunite with the man who has captured her heart. The groundbreaking vision of two-time Tony Award nominated director Michael Arden (Spring Awakening revival) and acclaimed choreographer Camille A. Brown (NBC's Jesus Christ Superstar Live) conjures up "a place where magic is possible and beauty is apparent for all to see!" (The Huffington Post). With a score that bursts with life from Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, the Tony Award-winning songwriters of Anastasia and Ragtime, ONCE ON THIS ISLAND is a timeless testament to theater's unlimited possibilities.
 
   
Bernhardt/Hamlet Apr 7 - May 10, 2020  
Geffen Playhouse Bernhardt/Hamlet
 
It’s 1899, and the legendary Sarah Bernhardt shocks the world by taking on the lead role in Hamlet. While her performance is destined to become one for the ages, Sarah first has to convince a sea of naysayers that her right to play the part should be based on ability, not gender — a feat as difficult as mastering Shakespeare’s most verbose tragic hero. Fresh off its Broadway triumph, Theresa Rebeck’s shrewd comedy puts the spotlight on a woman who used her singular talent to challenge whether a woman’s place was “to be or not to be” in the greatest role ever written.
 
   
Canyon Apr 8 - Apr 19, 2020  
Kirk Douglas Theatre Canyon
 
Set in a Southern California canyon, this timely new play from Ovation Award winner Jonathan Caren revolves around a young married couple and the Mexican father and son who work for them. When a debilitating injury rocks all of their lives, tightly held morals are put to the test with potentially catastrophic results. Canyon is a “sharply observed and suspenseful dark comedy” (Los Angeles Times) that takes a hard look at gender, race, citizenship, and the cost of living the American dream.
 
   
No Name: The Play Apr 10  
The Matrix No Name: The Play
 
No Name is a presentational work of theatre around the lives of ten diverse black women and none of them have names because of their stereotyped state. Combining poetry and dance each “no name” paints the intimate strokes of her true narrative beyond how the world cruelly defines her. Embracing unity, sisterhood and deep belonging No Name is a play for women that heals the heart and strengthens the soul.
 
   
The Sound of Music Apr 17 - May 10, 2020  
La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts The Sound of Music
 
Maria’s first dance with the Captain, the children’s new play clothes made from drapes, the lonely goat herders on a hillside and Edelweiss — these are a few of our favorite things. The enduring magic of The Sound of Music is more than just the glowing characters or the incredibly catchy songs, though — it’s the timeless message of love, hope and courage in the face of darkness and evil.
 
   
Geronimo: Life on the Reservation Apr 18 - Apr 19, 2020  
Santa Monica Playhouse Geronimo:  Life on the Reservation
 
Santa Monica Playhouse presents two performances only of the critically acclaimed and seldom told story of Geronimo’s life as a POW on the Fort Sill Indian Reservation. Starring veteran performer Rudy Ramos, helmed by respected actor-director Steve Railsback, and written by award-winning novelist Janelle Meraz Hooper, GERONIMO: Life on the Reservation focuses on the resiliency, humor and genius of the great Apache leader, bringing Geronimo’s final years to life on the stage in a dramatic recounting of a fascinating, largely forgotten chapter in American history.
 
   
The Poetry Brothel: Dungeon ~ Unleashed Apr 19  
El Cid The Poetry Brothel:  Dungeon ~ Unleashed
 
The Poetry Brothel LA is back with an excitingly erotic return to El Cid in Los Angeles. 2019 starts with our Dungeon Unleashed where our poets will reach out to the most sensual and hidden corners of their psyches to retell the adventures of the soul and the flesh. Descend deeply into the darkness and consent to poetical intimacy, revelations that will make you pine, long, and sweat in honor of Valentine’s Day.
 
   
Jersey Boys Apr 21  
Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza Jersey Boys
 
"Oh, What a Night" you'll have at this show that takes you behind the music and inside the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. The Tony- and Grammy-winning true-life musical phenomenon Jersey Boys follows the rags-to-rock-to-riches tale of four guys from Jersey who work their way up from the streets of Newark to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, selling 175 million records worldwide before the age of 30. Although Valli and his cohorts -- Bob Gaudio, Tommy DeVito and Nick Massi -- are famed for their legendary harmonies, things didn't always go so smoothly between them off the stage. Sing, hum, rock and reminisce to the groundbreaking group's hit songs "Sherry," "Big Girls Don't Cry," "Walk Like a Man," "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" and "December, 1963 (Oh What a Night)" at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles.
 
   
The Human Comedy Apr 27  
Sierra Madre Playhouse The Human Comedy
 
Set in warfront America 1942, this coming-of-age tale tells the story of Homer Macaulay, a 15-year-old boy who delivers telegrams at night to make money for his family. During the course of two days, Homer grows from an idealistic boy to a mature young man as he struggles with the unfairness of the world around him and the pain of families to whom he delivers the War Department’s death notices. But in the midst of the decaying idealism of small town America, and the loneliness of growing up, Homer finds hope in humanity through Mr. Grogan, the old alcoholic telegrapher and Mr. Spangler, the manager of the telegraph office who becomes a father-figure. In these men, Homer learns to see the goodness in people no matter how desperate or broken they may be. He also finds the true meaning of home. In the end, it is a timeless American tale that celebrates our common decency. In our present society that is so divisive, THE HUMAN COMEDY has a lot to show us about our humanity and the important things that bring us together.
 
   
Mean Girls Apr 28 - Jun 7, 2020  
Dolby Theatre Mean Girls
 
Cady Heron may have grown up on an African savanna, but nothing prepared her for the wild and vicious ways of her strange new home: suburban Illinois. How will this naïve newbie rise to the top of the popularity pecking order? By taking on The Plastics, a trio of lionized frenemies led by the charming but ruthless Regina George. But when Cady devises a plan to end Regina's reign, she learns the hard way that you can't cross a Queen Bee without getting stung.
 
   
The Secret Comedy of Women Apr 29 - Jun 21, 2020  
The Colony Theatre The Secret Comedy of Women
 
The Secret Comedy of Women is a laugh-out-loud immersive theatrical entertainment about the challenges of womanhood. The audience freely roars with laughter at everything that has ever held them back, from boys to bras and pantyhose to menopause, and celebrates the joy of the journey from girlhood to womanhood.
 
   
Newsies May 1 - May 17, 2020  
Cerritos Center For The Performing Arts Newsies
 
Stop the presses! Based on the true story of the Newsboys Strike of 1899, this family-friendly Tony-winning Disney musical centers on Jack, a rebellious newsboy who dreams of being an artist far away from the big city. When a publishing giant raises newspaper prices at the newsboys’ expense, Jack and his fellow newsies band together in protest with the help of a new reporter hungry for her first story, making New York wake up to the power of “the little man.” With music by Alan Menken, lyrics by Jack Feldman, and book by Harvey Fierstein, Newsies is the perfect show for the whole family.
 
   
Pelleas and Melisande May 2 - May 23, 2020  
Dorothy Chandler Pavilion Pelleas and Melisande
 
Lost in the forest, a hunter encounters an ethereal beauty with a mysterious past (and the lushest locks in opera — sorry, Samson!). Returning home as his new bride, she grows increasingly close to his handsome younger half-brother. Conducted by James Conlon (who “never fails“ according to Variety), Debussy’s sensual, exquisitely nuanced score captures an enigmatic dream world where forbidden love blossoms. Kate Lindsey and Yunpeng Wang star as the secret lovers, with Willard White as King Arkel.
 
   

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