Four Shows this Week: Sexuality and Adapting to L.A.
Coming to a Close: Sexuality
“Dan has met the girl he wants to marry… There's just one small item he needs to tell her. When he lived in San Francisco he had a couple of gay experiences. Well, more like three years living as a gay man in a gay man's world.” RegretroSexual is coming to a close in two weeks on March 29th at the Lounge Theater. The show is only on Wednesdays, so there are only three performances left.
“Stress cannot exist in the presence of a pie.” David Mamet’s Boston Marriage closes this weekend. For some comedic Victorian logorrhea and an excellent Scottish accent done by Alicia Silverstone, swing by the Geffen Playhouse in Westwood Village. And a Boston Marriage is a what?
Just Opened: Adapting to L.A.
If you throw objects over a freeway pass, you'll probably get in trouble. You'll also probably hurt or kill someone. That happened in Australia back in 1994 and The Stones, playing at the Kirk Douglas Theatre, is based on the story. Of course, it's all done with references to L.A. Opened last Sunday, March 12 and plays through Sunday, April 9.
"Those that are good manners at the court are as ridiculous in the country as the behaviour of the country is most mockable at the court." Replace court and country with city (Los Angeles) and desert. Alison Carey adapts Shakespeare’s As You Like It to modern day L.A. with the Pasadena Playhouse in association with Cornerstone Theater Company. Opened last Friday, March 10 and closes Sunday, April 16.