Upcoming Shows

Pizza Man
Feb
9
to Feb 24

Pizza Man

It's 1985 and it's a hot summer night in LA.  Step on in to Julie and Alice's Hollywood apartment loft as you become immersed in the story of their lives!  Witness their hilarious drama as they deal with the total jerks of their time.  Julie's boss made a pass at her that she rejected, so now she is without a job, broke, disillusioned, and drinking. Her roommate, Alice, is at an equally low point coping with romantic troubles. This pair of LA women decide to take revenge on the patriarchy, order a pizza, and kidnap the pizza man!  Share some pizza, have a drink, and sit with us as this crazy night unfolds. Tickets Available! pizzaman.eventbrite.com

PIZZA MAN

Written by Darlene Craviotto

Directed by Jamie Lou 

Featuring Raleigh West, Emma Chandler and Freddy Giorlando

Produced by Grafton Doyle and Melanie Weisner

PERFORMANCES:

FEBRUARY 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24

 

Location - The Loft in Hollywood 

Street parking/ über recommended.

Food/Drinks for sale.

 

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Pterodactyls by Nicky Silver
Sep
1
to Sep 24

Pterodactyls by Nicky Silver

Nicky Silver’s “Pterodactyls” Is an Offbeat Comedy About the Family Who Put the D in Dysfunctional!

An absurdist black comedy about the demise of the Duncan family, and, by extension, the species. Emma Duncan, a hypochondriac with memory problems, and her orphaned fiancé, Tommy, confront her mother, Grace, with the news of their intended marriage. Disapproving at first, Grace acquiesces and puts Tommy to work as a maid. Shortly after, Grace's son, Todd, returns home and announces he has AIDS which sets off a frenzy of denial-spurred activity. Come laugh and cry with this disturbingly hilarious play about what it means to be family!

PERFORMANCE DATES @ Culver Studios 9336 Washington Blvd Culver City, CA:

OPENING NIGHT SEPTEMBER 1

PERFORMANCES September 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24

All evening performances begin at 8 pm, matinee begins at 2pm. 

***Parking available onsite for both venues

CRITICS SAY...

Dysfunction takes on new meaning with the Duncan Family. We laugh throughout, as we watch the family disintegrate, and finally realize the seeds of this dysfunction lie within us all. "…PTERODACTYLS struck me as the flip-side of The Skin of Our Teeth Thornton Wilder's antic celebration of mankind's ability to muddle through." —NY Times.

"There are times—not all that many, admittedly—when a critic wishes he had never used the word 'brilliant' before, so he could offer it fresh minded and glittering to something new. And different…" —NY Post.

"Clever is the word for PTERODACTYLS…clever, sharp, witty—it's a play that takes aim at the main-streamed, moneyed, conventional American family and buries it under one satiric jibe after another." —TheaterWeek.

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