Long Beach International City Theatre
International City Theatre presents a send-up of Chekhov’s plays that is so completely hilarious, it doesn’t even matter if you think Chekhov is just the name of that Russian guy on Star Trek. Mary Jo DuPrey helms a new production of the deliciously wacky, Tony Award-winning comedy Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike by Christopher Durang.
International City Theatre winds up its 30th anniversary season with an intimate portrait of musical icon Stephen Sondheim in his own words and music. DJ Gray directs and stages the Los Angeles premiere of James Lapine’s award-winning Broadway hit, Sondheim on Sondheim.
International City Theatre has announced a season of five critically acclaimed plays by six multiple award-winning writers for 2016. The company’s 31st season launches on Feb. 12 at the Long Beach Performing Arts Center.
The Aquarium of the Pacific in partnership with the International City Theatre will present a performance of the play Dr. Keeling’s Curve by playwright George Shea. This one-man show will be performed by actor Mike Farrell, star of the TV show MASH.
It’s 1967. Lyndon B. Johnson is in office, Jackie Kennedy and Aristotle Onassis have just become an “item,” protests against the Vietnam war are going strong — and Judge Francis Biddle, former Attorney General under FDR and Chief Judge at the Nuremburg Trials, is 81 years old.
The manicured life of an actor-turned-politician and his impeccable wife is upset when relatives arrive at their Palm Springs home for the holidays — including daughter Brooke who’s about to publish a tell-all memoir.
A contemporary classic about the strength of black women and their role as pioneers in the settlement of the American West.
Four African-American women journey west to the all-black town of Nicodemus, Kansas in search of the freedom promised by the end of the Civil War.
It’s delightful. It’s delicious. It’s de-lovely! International City Theatre opens its 29th season with the California premiere of Let’s Misbehave: The Music and Lyrics of Cole Porter, conceived by Karin Bowersock (book) and Patrick Young (musical arrangements) and directed and choreographed by Todd Nielsen.
International City Theatre bids au revoir to its 2013 season with a sexy, modern French farce, adapted for English-speaking audiences by Robin Hawdon from the original by Marc Camoletti (Boeing-Boeing). Directed by Todd Nielsen, Don’t Dress for Dinner opens Oct.
International City Theatre producing artistic director caryn desai [sic] has announced a season of five plays for 2014 that will focus on uniquely American stories.
The season will open on Jan. 24 with the California premiere of Let’s Misbehave: The Music and Lyrics of Cole Porter, a new book musical by Karin Bowersock (conceived by Bowersock with Patrick Young) built around the songbook of one of America’s greatest songwriters.