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ensemble theatre · los angeles theatre ensemble · United States
A poetic exploration of the Dark Night of the Soul.
A poetic exploration of the Dark Night of the Soul.

THE SEARCH FOR RON MIMS

comedy · mack black productions · Ages 18+ · flashing lights · United States
A "one-man" theatrical show, with sprinklings of stand-up, storytelling, and candor. Characters cover the spectrum from your basic Vietnam vet turned "schizo" to Nikola Tesla; with winding tales of mistaken drug deals gone bad, and the experience of being the token white guy.
A "one-man" theatrical show, with sprinklings of stand-up, storytelling, and candor. Characters cover the spectrum from your basic Vietnam vet turned "schizo" to Nikola Tesla; with winding tales of mistaken drug deals gone bad, and the experience of being the token white guy.

KILL A BETTER MOUSETRAP

comedy · lanny panlock productions · Ages 14+ · family friendly · United States
Miles Merbinau aims--with good reason, he believes, and at any cost--to shut down the world's longest-running play, Agatha Christie's THE MOUSETRAP. Merbinau's frustrations, wild theories, and ruminations on the contrariness of success set the stage for this one-act comedy by Scott K. Ratner.
Miles Merbinau aims--with good reason, he believes, and at any cost--to shut down the world's longest-running play, Agatha Christie's THE MOUSETRAP. Merbinau's frustrations, wild theories, and ruminations on the contrariness of success set the stage for this one-act comedy by Scott K. Ratner.

"Naked Onstage"

"Naked Onstage" is a humorous (yet subtly profound) look at life, secrets, race, age, family, relationships, dumb sh*t people say and much much more! Kent's unique perspective is unexpected yet perfectly timed for 2019.

See Mary Birdsong (Reno 911) as Melania!

“Democracy in shambles? Why not put on a show? That’s the inciting impulse behind Trump Family Special, [a] concatenation of Franklin D Roosevelt’s fireside chats, the Partridge Family’s Christmas albums and the apocalypse.” - The Guardian

Once Upon The First

It's a story about Asian American children figuring out who they are and how to be themselves!