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Absolutely Halloween  
Santa Monica Playhouse Absolutely Halloween
 
It’s the classic Family Theatre Halloween musical for Kids 2 to 102 – the heartwarming Rudie-DeCarlo tale of the aptly-named Candy, a sweet young girl who learns some surprising lessons about life, love, laughter, and sugar, from a delightful array of characters who take her on a magical All Hallow’s Eve adventure. Help Cattypuss, Patty Patches, Stuffy Steve, Lester the Jester and Fifika the French Fortune Teller happily save Halloween for one more year. As witching hour approaches, kids, and parents, too, discover the value of team spirit, friendship, sharing, making choices and moderation, especially when it comes to treats and sweets. Halloween month special: Come in costume, and get two-for-one tickets for any future Family Theatre show. Now an audience favorite holiday tradition and back by audience demand for its 13th October run, ABSOLUTELY HALLOWEEN is one in a series of original Rudie-DeCarlo fairy tale musical comedies that make up the award-winning Family Theatre Musical Matinee Series for Kids 2 to 102 now celebrating its 50th year as it cuts across the imaginary generation gap by providing an experience the entire family can enjoy.
   
The Adventures of Peter Rabbit  
Theatre West The Adventures of Peter Rabbit
 
Storybook Theatre's version of Beatrix Potter’s classic tale is hopping into Theatre West this Fall. As always at Storybook, there will be plenty of audience participation and singing and dancing. You can even expect audience members to join in a special version of “The Bunny Hop.” This funny version is specifically created to appeal to children and the whole family.
   
Aleichem Sholom! The Wit and Wisdom of Sholom Aleichem  
Santa Monica Playhouse Aleichem Sholom! The Wit and Wisdom of Sholom Aleichem
 
ake a journey through the life, loves and laughter of the world’s most beloved Yiddish humorist, as you’re treated to an in-depth look at the foolish philosophers, philosophical fools, comical shtetl folk and not-so-comical scoundrels that populated Sholom Aleichem’s real and fantasy worlds. This bold and bittersweet, raucous and romantic musical comedy celebrates the great man’s 102nd Yahrzeit, journeying through his loves and losses, the controversy surrounding his stories and plays, his fame and his failures. The new musical — the fifth in the Playhouse Sholom Aleichem quintilogy — stars veteran performer Chris DeCarlo, who once again takes on the role of the beloved author. Catch Aleichem Sholom! at The Other Space at Santa Monica Playhouse.
   
All My Sons  
Pacific Stages All My Sons
 
Arthur Miller’s Tony Award Winning All My Sons first opened in 1947 and was inspired by a story from an Ohio Newspaper on an aircraft factory’s troubled contracts during WWII. The entire play takes place over one day in the yard of the Midwestern home of the Keller’s in August 1946. Kate, Joe and Chris Keller’s home is a neighborhood hub, on this day the expected and unexpected return of two former neighbors, Ann and George, stir up the secrets of the past and expose who is family and how we justify the sacrifice we make for family.
   
All The Leaves Are Groundlings  
The Groundlings Theatre All The Leaves Are Groundlings
 
All the leaves may be brown everywhere else this fall, but Los Angeles’ favorite sketch and improv troupe is keeping things evergreen with their upcoming main company show, All The Leaves Are Groundlings. Bring your mamas, papas, friends and lovers to The Groundlings Theatre and for a truly magical night of laughter and hilarity.
   
Always Running  
Casa 0101 Theater Always Running
 
CASA 0101 Theater and Tía Chucha's Centro Cultural & Bookstore present the World Premiere of Always Running, based on the groundbreaking memoir written by, and adapted for the stage by, Luis J. Rodriguez. A young man escapes his life of gang violence, discrimination, depression, and drug addition through art, the Chicano Movement, poetry and service. Says Luis J. Rodriguez, "My book was about the transformative power of the arts as well as how the Chicano Movement provided me meaning and knowledge to join with the social justice struggles of the day. It dramatizes how a caring, persistent, and guiding mentor eventually gave me the consciousness and tools to own my life instead of turning it over constantly to drugs, crime, and violence."
   
Anastasia  
Pantages Theatre Anastasia
 
From the Tony Award-winning creators of the Broadway classic Ragtime, ANASTASIA is a dazzling new show that transports us from the twilight of the Russian Empire to the euphoria of Paris in the 1920s, as a brave young woman sets out to discover the mystery of her past. Pursued by a ruthless Soviet officer determined to silence her, Anya enlists the aid of a dashing conman and a lovable ex-aristocrat. Together, they embark on an epic adventure to help her find home, love, and family.
   
Andy Warhol's Tomato  
Pacific Resident Theatre Andy Warhol's Tomato
 
When a teenage Andy Warhol finds himself in the basement of a working-class bar in Pittsburgh, PA, he receives inspiration, guidance and friendship from a surprising source. Funny and poignant, Andy Warhol’s Tomato is a world premiere play by Vince Melocchi (himself a Pittsburgh native — as is Andy Warhol).
   
Art is Useless When You're Being Mauled by a Bear  
LOFT Ensemble-Sherman Oaks Art is Useless When You're Being Mauled by a Bear
 
In the play, a woman must see the truth and find acceptance in a fantastical adventure through grief and loss, fairy tales, and realities. And, yes ... there’s a bear.
   
Between Riverside and Crazy  
Fountain Theatre Between Riverside and Crazy
 
Walter “Pops” Washington is a retired New York City policeman. His wife has died and his son, “Junior,” has just been released from jail. They live in a rent-controlled apartment on Riverside Drive in New York City. Junior’s girlfriend, Lulu, and Oswaldo, a recovering addict, also spend time at the apartment. Walter has been pursuing a discrimination suit against the Police Department, because he was accidentally shot by another police officer. This is a Los Angeles premiere at the award-winning Fountain Theatre. The play won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, the 2015 New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Play, the 2015 Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Play, the 2015 Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding New Off-Broadway Play and the 2015 Off Broadway Alliance Award for Best New Play.
   
Buried Child  
A Noise Within Buried Child
 
Set in America’s heartland, Sam Shepard’s powerful Pulitzer Prize-winning play details, with shocking hilarity, the disintegration of the American Dream. When 22-year-old Vince unexpectedly shows up at the family farm with his girlfriend Shelley, no one recognizes him. So begins the unraveling of dark secrets. A surprisingly funny look at disillusionment and morality, Shepard’s masterpiece is the family reunion no one anticipated.
   
The Canadians  
South Coast Repertory The Canadians
 
Life is good in Port Alison, Manitoba-Thursday night hockey, beers at The Peg, nice people. But lately Gordy's interests lean more toward The Magic Flute and pottery classes. When his pal, Brendan, is gifted two all-expense paid tickets on a gay cruise, it's the opportunity of a lifetime-to experience life far from Canada! In this quick-change comedy where five actors play a ship-load of characters, small chances might lead to big changes. But can Gordy step out of his comfort zone?
   
Constantinople  
Secret Rose Theatre Constantinople
 
An editor of a feminist journal and a guerrilla fighter coordinate missions for the recovery of women and children abducted during the genocide. Crossing into Armenia, to transport supplies and weaponry, has become nearly impossible and their idealism is challenged as the political situation around them takes a darker turn. The “new girls” of this era begin setting their sites on a life beyond the oppressive confines of the city, rather than a life of fighting for change. An entire nation teeters on the brink of displacement.
   
Dating in L.A. With No Nipples  
Whitefire Theatre Dating in L.A. With No Nipples
 
During a single year, Lisa Kate David discovered her husband was leading a dark double life, became a single mom to her one-year-old daughter and was diagnosed with breast cancer. Rather than giving up, David got right back in the saddle, going on a dating frenzy with 70 men over two years. In Dating in L.A. With No Nipples, she re-enacts her journey with wit, charm and a wide array of impressions that bring the characters to life. Stage Raw called her acclaimed solo show “ingenious and inspiring.” Catch Dating in L.A. With No Nipples, written and performed by Lisa Kate David, at Sherman Oaks’ Whitefire Theatre.
   
Deadly  
The Broadwater Deadly
 
1893. A time of hope and optimism as the World's Fair turns the globe's eyes toward Chicago. But within this cultural explosion of art and technology, a demon lurks beneath. Taking advantage of the modern woman's adventuresome spirit, H.H. Holmes builds a hotel - a murder castle - to entrap and kill unsuspecting ladies new to the big city.
   
Dear Jerry Seinfeld  
Three Clubs Dear Jerry Seinfeld
 
A Must See TV Musical inspired by Dear Evan Hansen! If you took Seinfeld and mixed it with a delicious helping of the popular Broadway musical Dear Evan Hansen… you’d get the fun rock musical, Dear Jerry Seinfeld! See Jerry, Elaine, George, Kramer and even Newman sing and dance about nothing! Starring: Alex Lewis (Bring The Funny), Lauren Holt, Heather Woodward, Matthew Patrick Davis, Brock Baker, Dahlya Glick, and Ari Stidham (Scorpion) as Newman.
   
Dial M For Murder  
Westchester Playhouse Dial M For Murder
 
Dial M For Murder is perhaps best known as the classic film directed by Alfred Hitchcock starring Ray Milland and Grace Kelly. It remains one of the most suspenseful thrillers ever written, centering on ex-tennis pro Tony Wendice, a gentleman on the surface who plots to murder his wife, Margot, because she had an affair, even though now over, with revenge motivating him to get her money. To accomplish that goal, he blackmails an old school acquaintance to strangle her. When things go drastically wrong, Tony sees another way to guarantee her death and his wealth. Will he succeed or will his plot to murder Margot be foiled?
   

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