Highways Performance Space Artistic Director Leo Garcia presents the cathartic multimedia one-man show, Apocalyptic Exodus Scenarios, written and performed by Joey Halter for two nights only on Friday, July 31 and Saturday, August 1, 2015. Blending philosophy with absurdist comedy, psychedelic lighting, video projections, and rock and roll, Halter’s Apocalyptic Exodus Scenario is a humorous existential exploration of life’s enigmas. The 90-minute event starts at 8:30pm at Highways Performance Space. Read the rest of this entry »
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Bootleg Theater announces the world premiere of Death of a Salesgirl, an absurdist tragicomedy with integrated media, about one woman’s struggle to free herself from her past, opening in Los Angeles on Saturday, October 13, 2012 and running through Saturday, November 17, 2012. Written by Patricia Scanlon, Death of a Salesgirl is a dark and humorous parable of a salesgirl breaking in new territory. This intensely creative interdisciplinary performance piece, directed by Matthew McCray, incorporates video projections, animation and a uniquely crafted set by the award-winning Francois-Pierre Couture. Death of a Salesgirl stars Patricia Scanlon and Paul Dillon.
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