Category: Past Shows

FESTIVAL OF UNKNOWN ARTISTS

The Unknown Artists are bringing nine of our favorite short plays from Play Club West’s New Works Series to the stage for only 2 performances this September 22nd and 23rd! The Festival of Unknown Artists is a celebration of new…

Confessions of an Arab Woman

Joumana Haddad is angry.  She finds the West’s portayal of Arab women appalling and the image projected by many Middle Eastern women infuriating.  In I Killed Scheherazade, Haddad challenges prevalent notions of Arab womanhood and, in the process, shatters the…

A FUNNY VALENTINE

Chris is afraid of love but is tired of living a playboy lifestyle. So he seeks the help of a sexy therapist by the name of Felicia. Will Felicia be able to help him to heal from his past hurts…

DISINHERIT THE WIND

We are thrilled to announce the production of DISINHERIT THE WIND, written by the owner of The Complex Theaters, Matt Chait. The show has garnered sensational reviews from its first premiere run in 2015, and now has been reworked for…

El Closet

El Clóset, a play about the Human Soul, to Perform Locally El Clóset is a play that transcends language barriers into a universal story about transformation in a lifetime. Edgar Allan Poe vibrates at the walls of Luis Miguel Baker’s seedy…

Disinherit the Wind

5 Stars–” This is not just another play, this is something deeply extraordinary. Disinherit the Wind is one of the most worthy and poignant plays to have ever been staged. It deserves 10 stars, but I am confined to maximum…

Tell Mr. Poulos

WildTown Productions has announced a limited engagement of the world premiere comedy TELL MR. POULOS by Donald Wollner at the Dorie Theatre at the Complex in Hollywood beginning October 1. Directed by Page Burkholder, the play will begin previews on…

PASTEL

Nirvana Theater is one of Los Angeles’s rising theater companies, producing innovative productions in Spanish. Their latest show is Pastel, an examination of life and love and what it means to be a man. It stars Giovani Florido from TV Azteca…