Six years ago, a ten-year-old boy accidentally shot and killed his little brother. Now, we meet his whole family. One In The Chamber brings to life a dysfunctional family drama that explores the effects of gun violence in one American family.
A father and son, snowbound in an RV, without food and no hope of rescue... how their struggle to survive changes their relationship. The story is told in reverse, starting at the “end” and working backwards to the start of their journey
If you haven’t heard, women of color around the world are meeting and talking about natural hair. They are doing it fabulously in droves through hair workshops, hair makeover experiences, hair lectures, hair product tests, and so much more
The existential double standard - unending debate as to what is acceptable and unacceptable when it comes to gender roles. What happens when the main character, everyman Hal, discovers that his girlfriend has had more sexual partners than he
The story is both heartbreaking and uplifting, with moments of wry humor, as parties from both sides of Apartheid work selflessly together to achieve, against all odds, unbelievably positive results, despite major obstacles.
Harry Houdini is determined to prove that a beautiful and seductive psychic (championed by Arthur Conan Doyle) is a phony, until she appears to make contact with his beloved dead mother, and he must confront his own beliefs about life-after-death.
Following a scandal of molar-sized proportions, the Chicago Dental Society has gathered to debate the future of Midwestern dentistry as they know it. But how can a group of upright dental professionals actually make a difference?
The Human Spirit is a compelling, inspirational true story we can all relate to: loss, devastation, heartbreak... but it serves as a reminder of something that we can all achieve: recovery, replenishment, and making an impact on others.
"Les Mis" -- "You can feel the energy. It’s the magic of theatre at work; no matter how well you might know the story, it’s always an extra thrill to experience it performed and live in a place where auto-tune and do-overs are far away"
The Vortex premiered in 1924 in London; its scandalous subject matter of drug abuse, repressed homosexuality, nymphomania, and Oedipal jealousy made Coward an overnight sensation. This production of The Vortex is updated to the mod London of 1965
Join Rita Donatella as she takes the audience (quite willingly) along with her on her quest to land the role of a lifetime in a Johnny Depp film... What will she do for her art? Anything? What about career, dating, and family?
WAITING FOR JOHNNY DEPP takes us on a wild ride with New York actress Rita Donatella, in her quest to land the role of a lifetime in a Johnny Depp film. It's an outrageous tale of adventures in the entertainment industry
An unflinchingly honest look into how men process finding their true love, keeping the marriage sparks alive, dealing with divorce, keeping the love alive beyond death, and struggling to conceive a child.
Night & Dave is a funny and touching one-man tour de force that chronicles Trudell’s evolution from being marked as different in kindergarten to taking ownership of his identity in the midst of turbulence and hilariousness
Suburban Showgirl is an inspirational one-woman tour de force written by and starring Palmer Davis about “Wendy Walker” — wife, mother of two, and professional dancer — whose life is not turning out quite the way she had hoped
Two young lovers struggle to reconcile their relationship in the face of disaster. As their individual coping mechanisms trigger each other’s despair, the young couple lives out the play in a series of wild fantasies
Six strange tales of monsters, mayhem, and cosmic horrors brought to life through storytelling, puppetry, and shadow play. All text is taken directly from the short fiction, essays, and poetry of the godfather of modern horror, H.P. Lovecraft
The Stella Adler Academy has formed a new theatre within the Stella Adler Academy. The Stella Lab Theater made its debut with the critically acclaimed production Waiting for Godot, now extended through October 20th
Dane, a popular high school student, dies unexpectedly after a conference with his English teacher, Larry. The resulting emotionally-charged encounters reveals how choices in life can lead to missed opportunities.
Making its Los Angeles debut, award-winning director Gary Wolf brings us Resurrection of the Ants, written by and starring Paul Fontana who—thankfully for us—has a white knuckle grasp on reality and writing talent.
Since the early 1900’s, International Women’s Day has grown to become an official holiday in much of the world. In the United States, March is “Women’s History Month.” LADYHOUSE BLUES celebrates women during “Women’s History Month”
Paradise at The Ruskin Theatre is a musical comedy - with fiddles and banjos and foot stompin’ and guys with bushy beards. It’s campy, it’s kooky, and it’s sometimes cringe-worthy - but only in that really good way