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Why Did You Sleep with So Many Human People?

Some young, wild, and provocative playwrights have gotten together to share some new one-acts that explore why we love what we love. It’s a one night stand with talking beds, gigolo apes and a guy named Elvis.

Here’s the lineup:

UDU
written by Will Arbery • directed by Sofya Weitz
An elderly monkey prostitute meets the client who may be the death of him.
Featuring: Juan Amador, Jenn Kirk & Mariana Morgon

THEY WERE SO SWEET
written by Sofya Weitz • directed by Will Arbery
A musician named Elvis invites a young girl with a baby to come stay with him and his wife.
Featuring: Jake Weary, Lola Kelly & Robyn Littleworth

THE BED
written & directed by Mara De La Rosa
A man on his death bed is consoled by his death bed.
Featuring: McCready Baker & Ted Jonas

WE DO NOT SEGREGATE
written & directed by Mariana Morgon
In the future, a young man tries to come to terms with the fact that his lover is sexually attracted to corners.
Featuring: Kestrel Leah, Julian Evens & Whitney Mongomery

Costume design by Josh La Cour
Scenic design by Naomi Kasahara Hamill


 

August 29-30th at 8PM

Pollution Studios
1531 Grande Vista Ave (North Lot)
Downtown Los Angeles

Street Parking on Pico.

Tickets are $10 at the door or to reserve your spot/pay with a credit card:
whyhumanpeople.brownpapertickets.com

 

The Soft Camp at Grand Park

If you like your kid-firendly art mixed with food trucks and movies, Grand Park in downtown L.A. is the place for you this Saturday night (8/31) starting at 5:30pm. The Popwagon will be a part of Street Food Cinema’s movies in the park series and will be presenting the latest production of The Soft Camp – a hands-on theatrical installation where kids can enjoy the antics of Ida and Rudy then climb up on stage to act out their own comedies with interactive props and scenic elements. After that, everyone’s welcome to relax in L.A.’s fanciest park for an outdoor screening of The Neverending Story

Click here for all the details.