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‘Rise & Shine’ tour, ‘Cookie & The Monster’ Extension, & ‘Turn The Beat Around’ @ The Echo

Rise & Shine: I Thought I Was White

If you missed out on the initial run of Rise & Shine: I Thought I Was White at the Actors Company, then you’re in luck. The R&S team is pleased to announce the release of our Promotional/Tour Trailer. Numerous locations are already on the list of performance sites but, if you are interested in bringing it to your venue or know of a venue that will serve as a pleasant host, be sure to contact the Rise & Shine team for more information about how your venue or city can be included in the production tour.

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Cookie & The Monster

Cookie & The Monster

With such a successful sold out run at Theatre of NOTE during the Hollywood Fringe Festival in addition to receiving the Best In Ensemble Theatre Award, it’s no surprise that Cookie & The Monster is one of the select productions to receive an extension. A f*cked up, fact-based fairytale, Cookie & The Monster is a bruise-black comedy about coming of age in ’90s suburbia. Written by and starring  Jaime Andrews and made even better by numerous members of the Sacred Fools Theatre Company, Cookie & The Monster is performance full of drugs, angst, & sex that will make you laugh, cry, and wince but never look away.

Extended performances will be at Theatre Asylum, 6320 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, CA

Saturday, July 11th at 10:30pm

Tickets available on HFF; Limited tickets at the door.

For more information visit Cookie & The Monster @ HFF15 or Cookie & The Monster Facebook

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Turn The Beat Around

Turn the Beat around

Initially performed at The Lounge Theatre in the Hollywood Fringe Festival 2015, Turn The Beat Around continues its musical based antics at The Echo Theatre Company. Every Wednesday night at 8pm, audiences will be treated to 5 individual stories all interwoven by the drum set that springs to life onstage. “Ever since a caveman hit a branch against a rock, people have been bashing things with other things in an attempt to make music. This exploration of drums & drummers is fun, it’s live, & it’s about forty-five minutes. All Sticks, no Stones.”

Performances are at The Echo Theatre Company, 3269 Casitas Avenue, L.A., CA 90039

Performances are every Wednesday in July at 8pm: July 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

For more information and tickets visit The Echo Theatre Company

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