Written by Idris Goodwin
Directed by Deena Selenow
Produced by Simon Levy, Deborah Culver, James Bennett & Stephen Sachs
Starring Chad Addison, Matthew Hancock, Clarissa Thibeaux
West Coast Premiere – Winner, 2018 Elliot Norton Award – A music group is on the verge of making it big on national TV when a police shooting of a Black teen shakes the band to its core, forcing them to confront questions of race, gender, privilege and when to use artistic expression as an act of social protest.
Feb 23 – April 14
Low-Priced & PWYW Previews Feb 20-22
Saturdays at 8pm
Sundays at 2pm
Pay What You Want Mondays at 8pm
Runs 85 minutes with no intermission
Produced by JB² & The RDS Team
5th Aniversary! How cool is that!! Experience theatrical combat with our super fun, super unique, and even I guess critically acclaimed (I think (?)) reading series!
Round 1: Group A
Weds March 13
Rachel Rios vs Michael Herman
Round 1: Group B
Thurs March 14
Jada Yvonne Harris vs Hannah C. Langley
Directed by Gerardo Morales
Produced by Deborah Culver
Starring Lakshmi "La Chimi" Basile, Antonio De Jerez, Gabriel Osuna, Mateo Amper, Gerardo Morales, MORE TBA
Sunday, March 24 8pm
Lakshmi “La Chimi” Basile – Dancer
Antonio De Jerez – Singer
Gabriel Osuna – Guitar
Mateo Amper – Piano
Gerardo Morales – Percussion, Guitar, Director.
TBA – Dancer
Written by Michael McKeever
Directed by Simon Levy
Starring Bill Brochtrup, Tim Cummings, Jose Fernando, Ed Martin, and Jenny O’Hara.
May 4 – June 23, 2019
Southern California premiere of Daniel’s Husband — Michael McKeever’s witty, passionate, funny and, ultimately, heartrending play takes an unflinching look at how we choose to tie the knot — or not. Daniel and Mitchell are the perfect couple. What isn’t so perfect is that Daniel desperately longs to be married, but Mitchell doesn’t believe in it. Then, a life-altering event forces both men to realize that, even in an enlightened society, the denial of fundamental rights leads to devastating results. Starring Bill Brochtrup, Tim Cummings, Jose Fernando, Ed Martin, and Jenny O’Hara; directed by Simon Levy.