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HISTORY OF THE BIZ: PART 1-ACTS

comedy · vicious circle · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States
A collection of one act plays that satirize the history of entertainment from Shakespeare's experiments with language to David Mamet's searing, triumphant final piece of modern noir.
A collection of one act plays that satirize the history of entertainment from Shakespeare's experiments with language to David Mamet's searing, triumphant final piece of modern noir.

THE BEST OF CRAIGSLIST: LIVE!

comedy · room 5 productions · Ages 12+ · United States
The Best of Craigslist is performance of posts from our virtual community messaging board. Inspired by John Pick's Funny or Die series, this absurd and eclectic portrait was called "one LA's best under the radar evening activites" (LA I'm Yours) and "absurdly hilarious" by the LA Weekly. Come!
The Best of Craigslist is performance of posts from our virtual community messaging board. Inspired by John Pick's Funny or Die series, this absurd and eclectic portrait was called "one LA's best under the radar evening activites" (LA I'm Yours) and "absurdly hilarious" by the LA Weekly. Come!

ANITA BRYANT'S PLAYBOY INTERVIEW

comedy · big queen productions · Ages 18+ · includes nudity · world premiere · United States
In 1977, Anita Bryant won a campaign to overturn gay rights in Dade County, Florida, launching a right wing movement that remains with us today. In 1978, she agreed to sit down with Playboy Magazine for an outrageous and memorable interview that is recreated live on stage for the first time.
In 1977, Anita Bryant won a campaign to overturn gay rights in Dade County, Florida, launching a right wing movement that remains with us today. In 1978, she agreed to sit down with Playboy Magazine for an outrageous and memorable interview that is recreated live on stage for the first time.

A GAY IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST

ensemble theatre · queer classics · family friendly · world premiere · United States
Oscar Wilde’s masterful comedy galavants through a world obsessed with appearances, money and social-status. (The polar opposite of Hollywood culture. Wink face.) By presenting the lovers as gay men, Queer Classics creates a play more hysterically fabulous than Oscar could get away with in his time.
Oscar Wilde’s masterful comedy galavants through a world obsessed with appearances, money and social-status. (The polar opposite of Hollywood culture. Wink face.) By presenting the lovers as gay men, Queer Classics creates a play more hysterically fabulous than Oscar could get away with in his time.