Can superspy Curt Mega, an American agent who relishes danger and risk, stop a crazed Nazi megalomaniac left over from World War II from taking over the world? Or will the forces of international evil triumph?
A play in which the unexpected becomes normal and the normal is unexpected, this production tickles our fancies while making us re-evaluate old stereotypes and long-held beliefs as black becomes white, male becomes female, and adult becomes child
Katharine Kramer has established herself as an actress, singer, producer, character developer, activist, and journalist. Kramer is a talent to be recognized and appreciated within the entertainment industry.
A tale of an inveterate gambler told by his grandson, this is the apocryphal story of a Scottish gambler who wins big but gets a grim medical diagnosis soon after - and bets all his dough that he'll live to see 2000, long past his terminal prognosis
When two writers accidentally meet, sparks fly as traditional literary author Olivia clashes with technologically savvy Ethan, whose internet blog and bestselling e-book resonate with a popular audience yearning for lots of uncensored sex and sin
The King of the Universe is coming to L.A. for the first time ever! God takes the form of Emmy Award® winner Sean Hayes in this 90-minute comedy. He's finally arrived to set the record straight…and He's not holding back!
Based on the real-life trial of Henry Wirz, in charge of the infamous Confederate prison in Georgia where nearly 13,000 Union prisons of war died in two short years, this play explores whether "I was only following orders" is a defense for inhumanity
Fishers of Men takes place on the last night on Earth of Simon Peter—fisherman, first apostle of Jesus, Saint, historically named as the First Pope. Simon Peter is incarcerated and we spend a few last hours with him and his doomed cell mates
The familiar becomes refreshingly new as Prospero unleashes a sorcerer's tempest to draw his enemies' ship to his barren island exile and arranges for his innocent daughter Miranda to meet her first young virile male - while injecting music and dance
A two-couple dialogue exploring the perennial questions of how to separate love and sex, a number of dichotomies are represented in four characters - age and experience vs. youth and experimentation, traditional vs. non-traditional, straight vs. gay
The Hit Gospel Play "The Love Shack" Premiered at Wilshire Ebel in Los Angeles, February 20-21, 2016. Written, directed and Produced by Paul D. Hannah with Kimberley Zulkowski, Co producer ,EP attended the star-studded red carpet
Director Gary Lee Reed offers his personal perspectives on his new play - as well as his family relationship to Civil War Confederacy general Robert E. Lee - and why plays about history are exciting when they study complex and conflicted characters
Closer Than Ever memorializes the everyday details of ordinary life through lyrics designed to resonate with the audience and serve as reminders that the ordinary can become extraordinary - as each melody tells its own universal story