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2016-2017 Season

2016-2017 Season

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Parallel Lives

Written by Mo Gaffney & Kathy Najimy
Directed by Jenny Sullivan

August 17 - September 18

A pair of capricious supreme beings orchestrate a hilarious montage that makes fun of modern life while celebrating it. With boundless humor, the audience is whisked through this outrageous universe created by comediennes Kathy & Mo, where two women portray numerous men and women struggling though the common rituals of life. The LA Times proclaims, "It's an 'I'm OK, you're wonderful' kind of show" and Variety declares, "Above all, Parallel Lives is a smart, provocative show."

Previews Begin: August 17
Opening Night & Reception: August 26
Closing: September 18
Wednesday-Saturday 8pm, Sunday 4pm

Buyer & Cellar

Written by Jonathan Tolins
Directed by Dimitri Toscas

October 5 - November 6

This Off-Broadway hit that the New York Post calls "fantastically funny" is an outrageous comedy about the price of fame, the cost of things, and the oddest of odd jobs. Alex More, a struggling actor in LA, takes a job working in Barbra Streisand's Malibu basement, as a solo shopkeeper of sorts for her mall-like collection of memorabilia. One day, the Lady Herself comes downstairs to play, and an unlikely friendship develops.

Previews Begin: October 5
Opening Night & Reception: October 14
Closing: November 6
Wednesday-Saturday 8pm, Sunday 4pm

Little Drummer Bowie

The Troubadour Theatre Company
Directed by Matt Walker & Joseph Leo Bwarie

November 30 - January 15

Pa Rum Pum Pum Pum… The Troubies reimagine a holiday show favorite, mashing up the journey of Ziggy, "The Little Drummer Boy", with the sounds of the legendary rock singer/songwriter in a tribute parody that is both touching and hilarious. "Full of mischief, anarchy, and creativity, Little Drummer Bowie rocks." –Entertainment Today

Previews Begin: November 30
Opening Night & Reception: December 9
Closing: January 15
Wednesday-Saturday at 8pm, Saturday-Sunday at 4pm
No Shows Saturday/Sunday December 24/25 & Saturday/Sunday December 31/January 1

For Piano and Harpo

A Laugh Then Think Production
Written by and Starring Dan Castellaneta
Directed by Stefan Novinski

February 1 - March 5

Oscar Levant, the brilliant, witty, pill-popping concert pianist, wakes up to find himself in the Psych Ward of Mt. Sinai Hospital. His past collides with his present, as he grapples with his demons to save his marriage and his sanity. It's a nightmarish, and sometimes hilarious journey, from addiction to redemption, as he verbally jousts with Jack Paar, is haunted by the genius of George Gershwin, and moves in with his only friend, Harpo Marx.

Previews Begin: February 1
Opening Night & Reception: February 10
Closing: March 5
Wednesday-Saturday 8pm, Sunday 4pm

The Complete History of Comedy (abridged)

Written by Reed Martin & Austin Tichenor
Directed by Jerry Kernion

March 22 - April 23

From the high-brow to the low, this fast-paced ride covers comedy through the ages, from Aristophanes to Shakespeare, Moliere to Vaudeville, Charlie Chaplin to The Daily Show. Find answers to the age-old questions, "Who's on first?" and "Why did the chicken cross the road?"

Previews Begin: March 22
Opening Night & Reception: March 31
Closing: April 23
Wednesay-Saturday 8pm, Sunday 4pm
No Show Sunday April 16