For those of you (like me!) who missed much of the Fringe, you will be happy to learn that Theatre Asylum has given certain shows new life this month (and next) in their season entitled Best Of The Fringe.
The titles for the POST-FEST PRODUCTIONS are as follows:
T-O-T-A-L-L-Y! — Winner of Top of the Fringe and starring Kimleigh Smith.
KILL YOUR TELEVISION – Backstage Critic”™s Pick featuring writer-performer Jeff Gardner.
THE BAD ARM – CONFESSIONS OF A DODGY IRISH DANCER – an uproarious one-woman play by London-Irish dancer-performer MÃ¡ire Clerkin.
THE WASTE LAND – Filament Theatre Co. presents a workshop performance of The Waste Land by T.S. Eliot.
55 MINUTES OF SEX, DRUGS AND AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION.
THEY CALL ME MISTER FRY, the critically acclaimed one-man show written by and starring Jack Fry.
MY PENIS – IN AND OUT OF TROUBLE, starring solo performer and two-time Best In Fringe Festival winner at the New York International Fringe Festival, Antonio Sacre.
ZOMBIÃ‰NCE! – an improvised Zombie musical – dubbed a “high wire act of improvisational daring, comedy, music and horror.”
TAXI STORIES – an 80-minute one-person show by author/actor, David O”™Shea who recounts stories from his seven year tenure as a NYC taxi driver during the 1970″™s and early 80″™s.
NANO NATION – an investigation of the American Myth.
BONNIE IN BRIGHTON (Winner Best Female Performer Brighton Festival) – a funny one-woman show about a Texan girl”™s unconventional adventures in a British seaside town.
LOS ANGELYNE – written and performed by Katherine Saltzberg. An autobiographical theater piece charting how the personal becomes public as Katherine recounts how LA icon Angelyne-the queen of billboard self promotion-invaded her family.
All these shows will play on selected nights in July and August 2010, at Theatre Asylum and Lab, located at 6320 Santa Monica Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90038.
Ticket prices range from $10 to $15 (cheap!) and are available here http://www.brownpapertickets.com/
See website for scheduling.
You can get more detail in the shows here.
Report by Pauline Adamek