The Penis Chronicles is a revealing perspective on the male psyche exposing the complex masculine experience. Eight distinctively different New York men of various ages and backgrounds will deliver their monologues and share their insights, challenges and uncertainties with regard to their masculinity and sexuality, uncovering the emotional barriers that EVERY MAN confronts on his journey.
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No, I Won't Take You to the Airport is a one woman show that's funny because it actually happened! It is a MUST see performance.
Written and Performed By: Courtney Abbiati
Directed By: Ryan Weiss
The New Musical HEARTBREAK HOTEL is the prequel to the record setting "MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET", the TONY winning Broadway show that has been playing to sold out houses since 2006. The actor, who starred as Elvis on Broadway, will star in the premier of HEARTBREAK HOTEL at the COAST PLAYHOUSE in West Hollywood.
The story begins in Memphis, Tennessee . It's 1954, and Sam Phillips finds the man who will be KING, and together they find the music that changes their lives.
In a short 18-month period, we discover a love story we never knew about, the betrayal of the band who made the music, and meet 'Colonel' Tom Parker, who changed the course of history.
From Memphis Truck Driver, to King of the World, ' the 'price' of fame…. was the 'price' he paid. But, the music he found, changed the 'world' forever. “That’s All Right Mama”... “Hound Dog”… “Don't Be Cruel”... “HEARTBREAK HOTEL”…
From the Tony nominated, Tony winning producers of "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder", "Million Dollar Quartet", "Baby It’s You!", and "Rock of Ages".
When seven strangers—a CEO Woman, Business Man, Office Temp, Hot Girl, Musician, Maintenance Man and Goth Girl—get stuck in an elevator, it’s only a matter of time before the truth comes out. When forced together, given nothing but four walls and each other, these archetypes prove to be anything but ‘typical.’ Their preconceived notions, stereotypes and judgments are challenged at every turn, as one by one, they shed their masks and reveal their truths. Laced with musical sequences and cinematic style, ELEVATOR is a comedic and emotional ride into the human psyche and asks the fundamental question: who are you behind closed doors?
Written and directed by Michael Leoni, ELEVATOR is based on the original short film Someplace In Between (an Official Selection of the 2009 LA Shorts Film Festival). The play originally premiered at the Hudson theaters during the first annual Hollywood Fringe Festival. After a wildly successful run, the smash hit expanded to the Hudson Mainstage Theatre and then the Macha Theater, receiving 11 nominations including “Best New Work” from Broadway World as well as “Critic’s Choice” and “Best Bet” from the Los Angeles Times.