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Main Stage
Fourteen Little Red Huts

October 18th through November 18th Wednesdays through Saturdays at 7:30pm; Sundays at 5:00pm

2017 brings with it much reflection and commentary on the Bolshevik revolution that shook the world 100 years ago. Right on time -- again -- Platonov's powerful, unsparing, clear-eyed dramatization of some of the terrible consequences of the revolution is right where it should be: on stage.

More information, including the cast list, in-depth description, and ticketing options can be found here


Upcoming Events
Take it Out! Tuesday Concert Series
Tuesday, November 21st
Manna for Thought
Three masterful improvising musicians whose experimental approach to the jazz trio is at the forefront of modern expressionism
Improvised Trio with Blaise Siwula (Reeds)
Special Guests Nora McCarthy (Voice), Dom Minasi (Guitar) and Ras Moshe (T Sax/Flute)
More on them here $20 Suggested Donation, $15 Seniors/Students

The Last Jew of Boyle Heights
12 performances: Friday, December 1st through Sunday, December 17th
Written and directed by Steve Greenstein
More information here

The Bedbug
A staged reading
Monday, December 18th at 7:30pm
Tuesday, December 19th at 7:30pm
Written by Vladimir Mayakovsky
Translated by Guy Daniels
Directed by Elizabeth Ruelas
More information can be found here

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The Bedbug


The Workshop DVDs

A classroom-oriented collection of exercises designed to improve an actor's presence on a stage and also ability to adapt to situations that one may encounter while on a stage. Taught by Obie-award winning director and founder of both Medicine Show Theatre and the Open Theater, Barbara Vann.
See some excerpts in the video below.

Nize Baby CDs

Entertaining collection of comedic fairy tales in the broken English of Russian immigrants in the time of Milt Gross, played in the style of a 1920s radio play.

This double-CD is available as a premium for donations of $20 or more to Medicine Show.