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comedy · the new comedy/the open fist theatre · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States
"Uncle Jermy's Smyle Hour" is a 35 minute romp in the style of Mr. Rodgers Neighborhood. There will be songs, puppets, special guests, and the boys and girls might learn something before we're through. Definitely not for children.
theatre · exposure · Ages 15+ · family friendly · world premiere · one person show · United States
Tonya Meek’s bittersweet comedy, “Flying Standby”, reveals how the determination to escape her alcoholic mother carried her through a turbulent ride of addiction, lost love, and a final desperate flight toward reconciliation. Please extinguish all smoking materials and prepare for take off.
theatre · fierce backbone · Ages 15+ · family friendly · United States
Three original short pieces from the brilliant minds at Fierce Backbone come together to represent writers' interpretations of the down and dirty LA Street Scene. Includes THE POOL OF GOLD IN THE SKY and DUSTED by Jan O'Connor, and TRIO by Amy Tofte.
film · zen420.com · Ages 17+ · United States
Zen, Drugs, and Rock ‘n’ Roll! Producer JB(Mister)Pinc [Mike Saad] presents this documentary by B-Well [Thomas Sandnaes] of the Zen Ken [Kevin Carr], HASH-ing out life's big questions in Amsterdam. SZN features the singing of Kelley Yearout as Guy (in the shower). Note: event will be filmed.
theatre · stella georgia productions · Ages 18+ · one person show · United States
"I Am Not My Mamma" Is a One woman serio-comedy. The show is a coming of age story about the trials and tribulations of a Hollywood commercial queen journey to avoid being like her mother!
film · |absolute value| pictures · Ages 7+ · family friendly · United States
A 35-minute short film tribute to Star Wars and John Hughes, Simon and Henry create the perfect woman from their Slave Leia action figure, and set out to fit in. Celebrity cameos include Director Kevin Smith; and James Arnold Taylor and Catherine Taber (Obi-wan/Padme voice actors on The Clone Wars)
theatre · david michael taylor · Ages 16+ · world premiere · one person show · United States
Mental illness was never so much fun as in MIXED PERSONALITY DISORDERS, a world premiere solo show by David Michael Taylor. Born into a family of maniacs, raised by the TV, and unprepared for life in the real world, his tale of trauma and triumph makes this the feel-good feel-bad play of the year.
film · the visceral company · Ages 13+ · United States
In the campy comedy/horror short film BUGBABY, Sammy Gregory is a "special needs" infant - special in that he resembles a giant insect, and needs a constant supply of raw meat. Featuring cult movie icon Mink Stole!
theatre · brown theory productions · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States
Sex Talk is a humorous and dramatic play about three women, portrayed by black actresses, and their sexual-journey to self-discovery. Come laugh and experience a mix of emotions while you watch and relate to these three women as they take their journey to self-discovery.
comedy · more basil · Ages 13+ · United States
Join Robert and the Magic Mirror as they present a taste of "Robert and the Magic Mirror: Deep Space, NEIN!" at the Fringe Central cabaret stage. Partially scripted, partially improvised, totally fun. Probably.
comedy · second city this week · Ages 17+ · United States
Take a little SNL, mix in a dose of The Daily Show & Colbert Report and sprinkle it all with classic sketch comedy shows like The Carol Burnett Show and SCTV. Put that all together and you get Hollywood's best sketch comedy show, Second City This Week.
comedy · laura hayden · Ages 17+ · one person show · United States
The 80's was a time before (gasp!) cell phones or computers. Can you imagine such a time existed? Madonna was just starting and she was even a little chubby then. This fun retrospective multimedia show is a personal love letter of coming of age (like totally) 80's style.
comedy · hollywood fringe festival · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States
At Fringe Central Station, Brock Wilbur (Death of the Weekend) hosts a collection of the 100 Best Comics in Los Angeles... that were in his phone. Come join our FOUR NIGHTS with incredible line-ups of incredible fuck-ups!