"BREADCRUMBS" is written by Jennifer Haley and directed by Bert Emmett.

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The Group Rep presents Arthur Miller’s "All My Sons" at the Lonny Chapman Theatre in the NoHo Arts District.

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The Group Rep
at the Lonny Chapman Theatre PRESENTS

The World Premiere Musical

Falcon Theatre presents

THE WORLD PREMIERE OF

BILLY & RAY

The Antaeus Company presents

MRS. WARREN’S PROFESSION

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The GROUP Rep presents

STEPPING OUT

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The Colony Theatre presents

THE SAVANNAH DISPUTATION

Written by Evan Smith
Directed by Cameron Watson

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The Colony Theatre opens its 38th Season of wonderful theatre productions with the Los Angeles Premiere of THE SAVANNAH DISPUTATION, a funny and thought provoking play written by Evan Smith and directed by award-winning Cameron Watson.

Studio A Theatre Company Presents

PUSH UP

Run, run, run to see PUSH UP at the NoHo Actor’s Studio. This terrific play by Roland Schimmelpfennig (translated by Maja Zade) is all the better when directed by Dariush Kashani and performed by an extremely competent group of actors.

The Group Rep presents

MOON OVER BUFFALO

mob_cover.jpg - 190.17 KbKen Ludwig’s funny Tony nominated play MOON OVER BUFFALO is the latest offering at The Lonny Chapman Theatre in North Hollywood. Fun and farce ensue when a traveling group of actors arrive at a Buffalo theater and learn that the great director Frank Capra is coming to see them perform. George and Charlotte Hay (Chris Winfield and Suzy London respectively) cannot believe their luck that finally they are going to achieve the “stardom” they so crave and feel they deserve.

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Simon Productions Presents
The West Coast premiere Production

THE BRIDGE CLUB

THE BRIDGE CLUB, a new play by veteran writer Richard Raskind and directed by Mike Sabatino has opened at Deaf West Theatre in the NoHo Arts District. Set in San Francisco on the Golden Gate Bridge, Jack, well-played by Christopher Franciosa, has just learned he has only a year to live. His body is filled with cancerous tumors, and despair has set in leaving him with the decision that life is too much to bear.

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