Hollywood Fringe

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Hollywood Fringe 2019

(I’M)PERFEKT

How not to lose your hair when you have alopecia.


Batter Up! My Brain on Baseball

An entertaining showcase of one man’s unreal mental acuity for baseball.


Blackboxing

A hilarious solo show parody with a surprising amount of heart.


Cirque Du Giselle

Ballet, High.


Crack Whore, Bulimic, Girl Next Door

A cheerful trip down a dark memory lane.


Death and the Fool

Satirical gets physical


Hide Your Fires: Butoh Lady Macbeth

A chilling physical exploration of an iconic literary figure.


If We Run

Ex-lovers re-unite for last goodbye.


Lord of the Lies

One Man's Journey to the Edge of the Flat Earth and Back.


Mr. Yunioshi

Taking the Mickey out of Rooney.


Pockets

For a great night out pick Pockets.


Raised by Wolves

Daring Canadian becomes the leader of the pack to reach her Shangri La.


Scarlett Fever: The Great Southern Search

Old Hollywood meets tribal acting in an engaging piece of physical theatre.


Son of a Bitch

The bastard behind the Bushes.


Squeeze My Cans

Blinded by Scientology


Supportive White Parents

Student changes her major, and wishes for a major change.


The Death of Sam Mobean

An atmospheric and mysterious piece wonderfully realized by a strong ensemble cast.


The Duchess and the Stripper

Wallis Simpson goes to Blaze's.


The Journey of the Little Prince

A journey back to a state of childlike wonder.


The Last Croissant

An outdoor take on classic farce.


The Last PowerPoint

A delightfully absurd journey through a corporate fever dream.


The Mayor’s Debate of Tranquility, Nebraska

A darkly wry commentary on decorum in American politics


The Same Room

I'd like to help you out, but I hate you.


Transference

Regressions, she's had a few.


Two Girls, One Mic

An hour of comedy sending up Hollywood culture.


Victoria Gordon – Live at the Hollywood Fringe.

A Baby Bernadette Belts Broadway Standards


What I Never Told You (Lo Que Nunca Te Dije)

An intimate glimpse into one couple’s relationship.


Ya Basta: Time’s Been Up

Social justice theatre from L.A. union janitors.