10/03/13 Thrs – ROBERTO ALOMAR (Improv) Reunion: 10 PM for the The 11th Hour Show FINALE at The Clubhouse: 1107-A El Centro, Los Angeles, CA 90038 (More…)
10/04/13 Fri – Standup @ “Matty’s Pizza Party” @ Lyric Hyperion Theater (More…)
(see “Upcoming Shows“)
There are 6 performances of Lost Moon Radio‘s “ROGER WODEHOUSE’S ANDROGYMNASIUM“ at the Hollywood Fringe Festival (purchase tickets here)…
Saturday June 08 2013, 9:30 PM
Friday June 14 2013, 9:30 PM
Wednesday June 19 2013, 8:00 PM
Sunday June 23 2013, 5:00 PM
Thursday June 27 2013, 8:00 PM
Saturday June 29 2013, 6:30 PM
All performances are at the Fringe Mainstage (6209 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA).
About the show:
“When BBC executives asked glam rock icon Roger Wodehouse to do a children’s television show in 1975, he had two questions. One: Would he be allowed to talk openly about his fluid sexuality? Two: Would there be animal guests? They said yes to both and he agreed to do the show, giving birth to the ultimate glam rock children’s television odyssey: “Roger Wodehouse’s Androgymnasium.” Along with his hard-rocking band and a slew of hapless guests, Roger educates, entertains, and expands the minds of his audiences, adults and children alike. Burn your cardigans, folks. This ain’t Mr. Rogers.”
Lost Moon Radio was named “Top of the Fringe” and “Best of Comedy” at the Hollywood Fringe Festival 2012 and “Best of Comedy” at the Hollywood Fringe Festival 2011.
From St. Mary’s / Quixotic Players Press Release:
“The UNDO IT! Playwriting Contest does it again. Jenny Nicholson (SMC ’13) gives new life to Oedipus in a suburban parody that makes us look for the Rex family next door. The King is mean, the plagues are relentless and now he has the Home Owners Association to answer to. In “Oedipus Re-Born,” you will see Jocasta, Teiresias, and the Sphinx trying to reason with a testosterone-driven Oedipus.
The Quixotic Players, directed by Alex Moggridge, perform Jenny’s prize-winning script, combining Sophocles with Desperate Housewives. Bay Area theater artists collaborate to turn tragedy into comedy for us. ”
[Edit: Final performance of night 2 is now online(!)]
Did I mention this show is FREE?
Tues-Weds., October 12-13
5:00 pm & 7:30 pm
St Mary’s College (Soda Center)
1928 Saint Mary’s Road