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The Skin of Our Teeth  
Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum The Skin of Our Teeth
 
The story of humankind told through the lives of the Antrobus family. Set in 20th century New Jersey and the Ice Age, Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play is a whirlwind of modernity and antiquity. As relevant today as its original production in 1942, this inspiring piece of Americana uses humor, history and mythology to highlight humanity’s drive to carry on. The Skin of Our Teeth is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French.
   
Skintight  
Geffen Playhouse Skintight
 
You won’t hear Idina Menzel urging you to “Let It Go” in this razor sharp comedy — but her character gets plenty of that advice herself. Laughs abound as her son and her father try to help her bounce back after being left by her husband for a 20something woman — which isn’t made any easier by the presence of her father’s new 20something boyfriend.
   
Snowwhite  
Santa Monica Playhouse Snowwhite
 
As part of its 50th anniversary celebration of the Family Theatre Musical Matinee Series, Santa Monica Playhouse is proud to present the return of SNOWHITE, one of the most popular in its bewitching series of Rudie-DeCarlo musical fairy tales for young-at-heart audiences of all ages. Celebrate this most heart-warming story as Snowhite and her seven zany forest friends learn the true meaning of love, destiny, and family from a singularly un-evil, if slightly misguided, Queen Mother. Brilliant costumes, sparkling sets, a magical talking mirror and fun audience participation to help save the day make SNOWHITE the perfect weekend family outing.
   
Supportive White Parents  
Second City Supportive White Parents
 
When an Asian girl tells her parents she doesn’t want to be a doctor anymore, she wishes on a shooting star for supportive white parents. Book and lyrics by Joy Regullano. Directed by Frank Caeti. Music by The Same and Tony Show. Musical Director is Tony Gonzalez.
   
To Dad With Love: A Tribute to Buddy Ebsen  
Theatre West To Dad With Love:  A Tribute to Buddy Ebsen
 
Multi-talented performer Kiki Ebsen honors her father, entertainer Buddy Ebsen, in a multi-media show, co-designed by Kiki and her brother Dustin Ebsen. The show highlights the icon’s seven decade career during the best days of stage, film, theater and television. From his earliest days as a New York song and dance man, Kiki takes the audience back in time as Buddy Ebsen starred in early films such as Captain January, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Banjo on my Knee and the Broadway Melody movies of 1936 and 1938. In addition Kiki will reflect on his television work in The Legend of Davy Crockett, The Beverly Hillbillies and Barnaby Jones. With heartfelt love from daughter to father, Kiki remembers her dad, singing beloved songs from Buddy’s film career, accompanied by premier jazz musicians Jeff Colella (piano), Granville “Danny” Young (bass), Kim Richmond (woodwinds) and Kendall Kay (drums).
   
True West  
VS. Theatre Company True West
 
Lee and Austin are two estranged brothers who reunite at their mother's empty house in suburban California. Sparks fly and passions rage in this American classic from one of our greatest playwrights.
   
Twelfth Night  
Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum Twelfth Night
 
Mischief, madness and romance are in the air this summer when Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum presents Shakespeare's rollicking comedy in its magical, outdoor Topanga amphitheater. Shipwrecked on the coast of Illyria, and fearing that her brother Sebastian has drowned, Viola must disguise herself as a man. She falls in love with the neighboring Duke Orsino — who loves the Lady Olivia — who loves the disguised Viola. But false appearances are the norm on this Island of Misrule, where the fool is king, the court jester is a philosopher, and hijinks among the servants are wickedly delicious.
   
UMPO: A League of Their Own  
Rockwell Table and Stage UMPO: A League of Their Own
 
To achieve the incredible, you have to attempt the impossible. Two sisters join the first female professional baseball league and struggle to help it succeed amidst their own growing rivalry. THERE'S NO CRYING IN BASEBALL!
   
Witch  
Geffen Playhouse Witch
 
Witches have always captured our imagination — real and even more so, the not-so-real. Jen Silverman is a rising NYC playwright (her first book is on shelves, her first novel is coming in 2021) who tackles this always-interesting topic. Bonus: Grab a create-your-own ice cream sandwich at the local Westwood favorite, Diddy Riese.
   
Young Frankenstein: The Monstrously Funny Musical  
Whittier Center Theatre Young Frankenstein:  The Monstrously Funny Musical
 
From the zany mind of Mel Brooks, a now-classic movie comedy (based on a true classic of 30’s horror) makes its way to the stage. Frederick Frankenstein, grandson of monster reanimator Victor, struggles to live down the family reputation, but it isn’t to be. Summoned home to the family laboratory, and assisted by Igor, the lovely lab assistant Inga, and Frau Blucher, his grandfather’s housekeeper and main squeeze, he is soon caught up in the family business. A monster hit, WCT will be puttin’ on the show (and the Ritz), and you don’t want to miss one silly minute!
   

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