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Old world tradition meets new world reality. A spellbinding love story told with humor and heart. A true story about a “moonstruck” couple’s forbidden love and the hilarity and pathos from their deeply passionate Italian-Greek families, and how they spent their last day on Earth together. - March 23, 2013
Criminal Defense Attorney Murray Meyer’s idiosyncratic travelogue through the criminal justice system. - December 21, 2009
World premiere of a bawdy, bold, bodacious new Rudie-DeCarlo musical comedy. - October 19, 2009
Two one-act plays by Jenifer Singleton explore the plight of dating and relationships in the new millennium. - October 19, 2009
Frank South's true story of his life as a New York waiter and performance artist who is catapulted into fast track Hollywood TV writing unwittingly unleashing his Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Hypomania, Alcoholism, and Issues with Authority. - April 07, 2009
Expect the unexpected in a sexy, outrageous, moving, provocative and unabashedly fun evening of five distinctly original new plays. Jumping the Median, by playwright and poet Steven Connell is a hilarious and unique exploration of love, loss and life as we know it, mixing theatre and live music to create a night at the theatre you don’t want to miss. - February 27, 2009
This “feel good cancer musical” (LAT) is an “inspiring” tale that will “grab you in a bear hug right away and not let go. LA Times "Critic's Choice." “Touching…life-affirming…his songs are pitched in an intimate, jazzy, bluesy style,” - LA Weekly. - January 31, 2009
“Made Me Nuclear,” Charlie Lustman’s pop music operetta that celebrates life after surviving cancer, has been extended through November 15, 2008 at Santa Monica Playhouse. Lustman “shares this simple yet profound message in a cycle of folky, bluesy songs, which he performs with equal amounts of vulnerability and impishness. Simply irresistible,” says the L.A. Times, “Critics’ Choice.” - October 02, 2008
They radiated him, but they couldn’t silence him - Charlie Lustman, surviving cancer one song at a time. Made Me Nuclear Lustman’s pop music operetta may have come from his personal story but it is a universal one familiar to survivors everywhere. Blending humor and intimacy this is a show for anyone who has faced a challenge in life. A theatrical adaptation of the album by the same name - Made Me Nuclear. - August 09, 2008
Jerry Mayer’s two plays now playing in rep at The Other Space at Santa Monica Playhouse: the hit dramedy “Black & Bluestein” and the acclaimed romantic love story “Dietrich & Chevalier, the Musical,” will extend through June 1st. - April 10, 2008
Their love, their war, their songs. The passion that endured a World War, a trial for treason and two lifetimes. Featuring 15 of their signature songs. - February 19, 2008
Jerry Mayer’s engaging dramedy, set in 1963 St. Louis. A Jewish liberal finds that breaking the color barrier could break his bank account and his marriage. You’ll laugh… You’ll cry…You’ll think. - February 15, 2008
A raucous St. Patrick’s Day hooley (party) and celebration of Ireland in songs, poems, limericks and stories. - February 15, 2008
It’s original 80's girls group “The Little Girls” in Concert performing old and new material off their soon to be released album - a special appearance at the intimate Santa Monica Playhouse in a one night only special benefit concert for the Playhouse American Cultural Youth Ambassadors’ UK ’08 Tour. - January 29, 2008
You’re never too old to believe. A host of colorful storybook characters, unceremoniously plunked into 2008, confronts the miracles and mysteries of modern living as they try to convince a quirky Mary-Mary - so named by a mother who loved Mother Goose rhymes - that you’re never too old to believe in fairytales. - January 25, 2008
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