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Over Time  
Stephanie Feury Studio (SFS) Theatre Over Time
 
A play in real time, set in Michigan on Super Bowl Sunday. Four guys with very different viewpoints get together to watch the big game.
   
Peter Pan and Tinker Bell: A Pirates' Christmas  
Laguna Playhouse Peter Pan and Tinker Bell:  A Pirates' Christmas
 
PETER PAN AND TINKER BELL: A PIRATES’ CHRISTMAS is a singing, swashbuckling adventure performed in the high-flying style of a British holiday Panto. Take off on a wild quest with Tinker Bell, Wendy and Peter Pan as they try to put a stop to the plot of some dastardly pirates who plan to kidnap Peter as a present to Captain Hook. Filled with big laughs, magic, dancers and contemporary songs by everyone from Taylor Swift to The Bee Gees, this family show has a little bit of something for everyone.
   
The Plot to Overthrow Christmas  
Long Beach Shakespeare Company at Helen Borgers Theatre The Plot to Overthrow Christmas
 
This past year, LBSC has brought several villains to the Helen Borgers Theatre (Iago, Mephistopheles, and Tamora, just to name a few). Now, with The Plot to Overthrow Christmas, we bring you more villains in a single dose than you've seen all year. Written by her father's close friend, Norman Corwin, this piece was a favorite of Helen's, and we dedicate it to her, along with some of her favorite poems sprinkled throughout, such as "King John's Christmas" by A.A. Milne and "The Cremation of Sam McGee" by Robert Service.
   
punkplay  
Atwater Village Theatre punkplay
 
Mickey and Duck are two teenage boys trying to make sense of the world in the mess of 80s America. Through the music and culture of punk rock, they patch together a precarious identity, skating (literally) between the demands of an increasingly strict subculture and an authentic desire to break free from convention. A coming of age story in the form of a mixtape, punkplay is a theatrical love letter to loud music, irresponsible behavior and the beating heart of authenticity we all strive to preserve.
   
Safe Harbor  
Zephyr Theatre Safe Harbor
 
More than anything, Sasha wants her mother back. Mikayla dreams of going to space … or just finding a place to call home. June Richards, a sex-trafficking survivor and victim’s advocate, strives to provide a safe harbor for the two young victims. But none of these dreams are as easy — or as safe — as they seem. Tira Palmquist’s Safe Harbor offers a peek through the eyes of the victims into the multifaceted, dark, and tangled web of underground sex trafficking. Each woman’s fight reveals how quickly and easily young women can disappear, and how the notion of freedom itself becomes twisted in a world of desperate choices. Directed by Anita Dashiell-Sparks. Artistic Director, Gregg T. Daniel.
   
Salvage  
Lounge Theatre Salvage
 
“Having a dream is like running with scissors.” Harley, a singer-songwriter whose wife is expecting their first child, has decided to hang it up. On his way to pawn his guitar, he stumbles across the bar where his musical hero, Floyd Whitaker, died. Entering, he finds Johnson, the inhospitable bartender, and a single, surly customer, known as Preacher, who’s strumming the blues on an old guitar. Dueling words and songs ensue, dislodging uncomfortable truths, until an unexpected arrival turns everything on its ear.
   
The Santaland Diaries  
Santa Monica Playhouse The Santaland Diaries
 
Patrick Censoplano once again dons the candy-cane tights for a Santa Monica Playhouse holiday celebration in this outrageously funny one-man play from NPR's well-loved humorist David Sedaris. The SantaLand Diaries, based on Sedaris's experiences as an unemployed writer taking a job as an elf at Macy's department store in New York City, takes a wry look at how the holiday season brings out the best - and the worst - in us all. This delightfully tart, cheerfully twisted holiday tale, directed by Chris DeCarlo, adapted by Joe Mantello.
   
Scissorhands  
Rockwell Table and Stage Scissorhands
 
They’ve taken on ‘90s film faves like Scream, Cruel Intentions and Clueless. Now Rockwell: Table & Stage cuts into the absurdity of suburban life with Scissorhands: A Musical Inspired by the Film, a show that’s sure to delight fans of the original which starred Johnny Depp, Wynona Ryder, Dianne Wiest and Alan Arkin. Based on Tim Burton’s modern fairy tale, the quirky story follows a synthetic boy with sharp blades for hands who charms an entire neighborhood of normies. You’ll appreciate the movie even more after seeing it reworked for the stage at Rockwell in Los Angeles.
   
Second Degree  
Studio C Artists Second Degree
 
Holly (Aunt) and Joslyn (Niece), second-degree relatives, share their intergenerational journeys of healing as SECOND DEGREE. This unique and one-of-a-kind duo invite you into their inner circle of healing, sharing intimate stories that are intense and painful telling of adversity, struggle, transformation and joy, but balanced with stunning music, heart-opening meditation and some great conversation. 16+
   
Seven  
Atwater Village Theatre Seven
 
Seven acclaimed playwrights (Paula Cizmar, Catherine Filloux, Gail Kriegel, Carol K. Mack, Ruth Margraff, Anna Deavere Smith, and Susan Yankowitz) collaborated to create this compelling tapestry of stories, weaving together the words of seven remarkable women who faced life-threatening obstacles to bring about major improvements in the lives of women and girls in their home countries. ELAN Ensemble, using its signature physical theatre techniques, brings these unforgettable stories to life.
   
Sugar Plum Fairy  
David Henry Hwang Theater Sugar Plum Fairy
 
NPR star Sandra Tsing Loh's comical holiday treat follows a 12 year-old girl and her dream of dancing the lead in The Nutcracker. Audiences of all ages are invited to enjoy this sweetly whimsical story. Don we now our Christmas costumes, Hanukkah hats, and the merriest of ugly sweaters to share in the Yuletide cheer.
   
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.
   
Swan Lake  
Ahmanson Theatre Swan Lake
 
Retaining the iconic elements of the original production loved by millions around the world, Matthew Bourne and award-winning designers Lez Brotherston (sets and costumes) and Paule Constable (lighting) will create an exciting reimagining of the classic New Adventures production. Thrilling, audacious, witty, and emotive, this Swan Lake is perhaps still best known for replacing the female corps-de-ballet with a menacing male ensemble, which shattered conventions, turned tradition upside down, and took the dance world by storm. Collecting over 30 international accolades including an Olivier Award in the UK and three Tonys on Broadway, Matthew Bourne’s powerful interpretation of Tchaikovsky’s masterpiece is a passionate and contemporary Swan Lake for our times.
   
Uncle Vanya  
The New American Theatre Uncle Vanya
 
Anton Chekhov's Comedic Drama about hope, courage, and the human responsibility to each other and to mother earth.
   
Waiting for Waiting for Godot  
The Broadwater Waiting for Waiting for Godot
 
It is probably not their night. Ester and Val are understudies for a production of Waiting for Godot. They are committed to art, and frustrated by anonymity. They understand their purpose, but not the reasons they stay. They accept their fate, but question each other's motives, all while waiting for “him“ to appear...
   

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