Best Performance (Female)
The 2014 Ezra Buzzington Spirit of the Fringe Award
Most Orgasmic Writing
Orgasmico Theatre Company O Face Award 2014
“La Bete is hilarious, entertaining, touching, and thought provoking…”
Nina Harada, The Chamberpot
“A fast paced play, brilliant dialogues, and monologues, words that hit the spot, boom, boom, boom, it’s fun, it’s stuff to think about… it’s not to be missed!!!”
Silvie Jacobsen, Patron
“Great writing, great performances.
David Harper, Certified Reviewer
“…a revelation! This beautiful One Act is a must see! It is powerful and poignant and gloriously performed and written…”
Ryan Berman, Certified Reviewer
“…a lot of wonderful writing… the best of which lets Carryl soar on a gorgeous wave of theatricality”
Jennie Webb, Bitter Lemons
It’s forty-five minutes to first preview and Marian Davis can’t remember her lines. When her producer Alan comes up with a plan to save the production, Marian balks but it’s either that or be replaced. Comedic and ultimately tragic, what follows is a look back at sixties counter-culture and the current cultural revolution. Previews Saturday June 7th at 8pm at the Lounge Theatre, 6201 Santa Monica Blvd and stars Mark Motyl and June Carryl. Directed by the Attic’s James Carey.
RELAX!! WHITE PEOPLE IT'S OKAY TO LAUGH! Biracial Comedian Bill Posley grew up happily identifying as both black & white. But at 10 yrs old he learns that even though he’s half white he’s labeled 100% black.