by Tennessee Williams
directed by Zoe Aja Moore
Live Arts Exchange (LAX) Fesival
Produced with Los Angeles Performance Practice
Written by Tennessee Williams and directed by Zoe Aja Moore,
this Streetcar Named Desire approaches the text as a
cultural landmark from which to make discoveries about our
contemporary memory, sexuality, and destabilized identity.
Featuring Cristina Fernandez, Andrea LeBlanc, Ryan Masson
and Jesse Saler, and design work from Liz Toonkel and Kate
Thursday, 10/8, 7:00p
Friday, 10/9, 7:00p
Saturday, 10/10, 7:00p
Sunday, 10/11, 6:00p
Wednesday, 10/14, 7:00p
Friday, 10/16, 7:00p
Saturday, 10/17, 3:00p
Sunday, 10/18, 2:00p
Monday, 10/19, 7:00p
Thursday, 10/22, 7:00p
Saturday, 10/24, 7:00p
Sunday, 10/25, 2:00p
Celebration, Florida / Greg Wohead
Live Arts Exchange (LAX) Festival
A show featuring two unrehearsed performers.
Veering between reality and simulation, Celebration, Florida
orbits around ideas of surrogacy; a stand-in to replace a
person you miss, a re-creation of an experience you can’t
stop thinking about, nostalgia for a place that never
This is a show for anyone who has ever missed anyone or
Greg will speak to you through two performers using
pre-recorded audio and headphones. The performers will know
almost nothing about the show before they walk on stage.
Greg Wohead is a writer and performer based between Los
Angeles and London, originally from Texas. He makes theatre
performances, one-to-one pieces and audio work. He has shown
and developed new work in the UK at places like Battersea
Arts Centre, Bristol Old Vic, Forest Fringe, Mayfest and The
Yard, and outside the UK at The Orchard Project, Bios
(Athens), MC Theater (Amsterdam) and MAKE (Ireland).
Tuesday, 10/20 7:30pm
Wednesday, 10/21 7:30pm
Friday, 10/23 7:30pm
Saturday, 10/24 2:30pm
Jodie Landau / wild Up- you of all things
Live Arts Exchange (LAX) Festival
Jodie Landau and wild Up celebrate the release of “you of
all things” on Bedroom Community. The album is the
culmination of an international musical collaboration
between Los Angeles’ ground breaking music collective wild
Up, emerging LA performer/composer Jodie Landau and the
Icelandic all-female choir Graduale Nobili, who recorded and
toured with Björk on her Biophilia project.
Friday, October 16 9:00pm
unadult / Genevieve Carson
Live Arts Exchange (LAX) Festival
Unadult is a dance theater experience that invites the
audience into a poignant and hauntingly honest look at the
female experience of growing into womanhood. As the cast of
five female performers set off on a journey filled with
triumphs and defeats, grand physicality is punctuated with
delicate, technical refinement, and hilarious declarations.
The result is a heart-warming performance filled with
comedy, quarrels, joy, and self-reflection.
Saturday, 10/17 at 7:30p
Sunday, 10/18 at 4:30p
Timur & the Dime Museum
Timur and the Dime Museum's "COLLAPSE" album release party
and showcase of new projects! The band will perform
excerpts from Point of Presence by Daniel Corral,
Permanent Revolution of Trotsky by Timur, the Ori Barrel
and Andrew Lessman Trio, and Capillaria by Hungarian
composer Gregory Vajda and libretto by David Hill. Also
featuring guest performances by Isaura String Quartet and
Tuesday, 10/20 at 9:00p
Opening November 13
Rogue Artists Ensemble & Bootleg Theater present
WOOD BOY DOG FISH
Written By Chelsea Sutton
Directed by Sean Cawelti
Experience the Rogue’s modern macabre retelling of Carlo
Collodi’s “The Aventures of Pinocchio.” In this world-premiere
play for mature audiences, the cricket is killed, Blue haunts
us all, and the legendary Dogfish monster preys on our
greatest fears in the tumbledown tourist trap amusement park
of Shoreside, where a little wooden puppet comes to life at
the hands of the wood-maker Geppetto.
Wood Boy Dog Fish is
a visual feast that combines masks, highly expressive physical
performance, dance, interactive sets, multiple puppetry
traditions, projected media, and sophisticated special effects
and illusions – including 3D enhancement to recreate a scene
inside an old carnival ride. (ChromaDepth® 3D glasses will be
available at each performance for a suggested donation.)
November 6th @ 7pm - Preview
November 7th @ 7pm - Preview
November 12th @ 7pm - Final Preview -
November 13th @ 7pm - OPENING NIGHT (includes reception)
November 14th @ 7pm
November 19th @ 7pm
November 20th @ 7pm
November 21st @ 7pm
November 28th @ 2pm
November 28th @ 7pm
November 29th @ 2pm
December 3rd @ 7pm
December 4th @ 7pm
December 5th @ 7pm
Thursday December 10th @ 7pm http://www.ticketfly.com/event/979893
Friday December 11th @ 7pm http://www.ticketfly.com/event/979895
Saturday December 12th @ 7pm http://www.ticketfly.com/event/981745
'Your Art Here' Mural
WRITE CLUB is back!
2 opposing writers. 2 opposing ideas. 7 minutes apiece.
Audience picks a winner. Writers compete for cash going to a
charity of their choosing.
It may be a small world, but Write Club LA will expand your
universe. JOIN US for an ENORMOUSLY entertaining evening of
GIANT talent and HUGE bouts...
Pay-What-You-Can $5 - $25
Literature as Bloodsport.
MONDAY Nov 9 @ 7pm
Prize money to charity.
And the 2nd Monday of every month
LA Law's FALL BRAWL!!
After a long summer away the Los
Angeles Lady Arm Wrestlers are BACK! They are fighting for
GUTS, GLORY, and who gets to tell the best story at the
holiday dinner table. "Cause who doesn't want to tell mom how
big of a winner they are.
It's time for our Annual FALL
BRAWL. Come join us for our pre-holiday festivities! Turkeys,
pumpkin pie, ripped biceps. You know, the usual, which is
always very unusual.
All proceeds will benefit
REALGirl! Here's a bit about our rad partner:
"REALGirl is dedicated to
inspiring and guiding girls ages 9-16 to discover their 'REAL'
(authentic) selves and develop the skills, knowledge,
confidence and courage they need to consistently make informed
life-choices from a place of self-knowledge, self-respect and
strength. The goal of REALgirl to provide essential life
skills every girl/young woman needs for healthy maturation,
development, formation of healthy relationships and the
opportunity to reach her own unique and highest potential.
Through art, movement, discussion, writing, theatre games,
guest speakers and a variety of other fun and dynamic
activities, participants will be guided to develop tools to
successfully navigate issues every girl faces today."
We are so excited
to partner with this tremendous organization!
Want to get in on
We are still recruiting wrestlers and volunteers. No experience
required! Contact us at
LALAW is here to empower women and
strengthen local communities through theater, arm wrestling, and
November 16 at 7pm
Bootleg Theater is a 501c3 non-profit organization
(Rampart Theater Project, Inc. is our non-profit name) and all the
theater that we make here is entirely supported by donations and
ticket sales. You can make a tax deductible donation by pressing
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