Runs Fri, Jan 15 – Sun, Feb 21 Fri, Sat 8pm
Sun 3pm Show Calendar
$20 Fri, Sat online reservation
$25 Fri, Sat at the door
$15 Sun matinee online reservation
$20 Sun matinee at the door
$35 VIP tickets- includes VIP reserved seating, selected 2Cents merchandise, meet & greet with the cast after the show, signed program by the entire cast.
EXTENDED DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND!
Audiences & critics alike are raving... 2Cents Theatre's Den of Thieves is not to be missed!
"Brilliant writing performed by a spot-on cast. These actors all reach beneath their character's stereotypic traits revealing their individual humanity. Not a false note in anyone's portrayal of these intricately fine-drawn, three-dimensional people." - Gil Kaan, Broadway World.
"...delivers so many laughs, it could just as easily have been titled Barrel Of Monkeys, though simians would probably be too smart to get themselves into the pickle these humans do." - Steven Stanley, StageSceneLA.
Special Show Info Running time: 90 minutes. There will be an intermission. This performance includes live gunshots.
No one under age 14 admitted.
No late seating.
Special Theatre Info Wheelchair Access The theatre has concessions.
Reservations (323) 960-5770
From 2015 Pulitzer Prize winner Stephen Adly Guirgis comes a dangerous & hungry comedy of mobsters meets recovering thieves sorta bid'ness.
Maggie is a newly single, junk-food-binging shoplifter looking to change her life and her self-hating ways. Paul is her passionately convicted, formerly four-hundred-pound compulsive-overeating sponsor in a twelve-step program for recovering thieves. Maggie's jealous ex-boyfriend is a charismatic wannabe Puerto Rican small-time thief of uncertain ancestry named Flaco who spins a grammatically challenged but persuasive yarn about $750,000 in unprotected drug money sitting in a safe in a downtown disco guarded by an easily distracted crackhead. This dubious would-be criminal crew is rounded out by Flaco's new girlfriend, the fabulous Boochie. When things don't quite go according to plan, this bickering quartet finds themselves at the mercy of Louie "The Little Tuna" Pescatore, heir to the criminal empire run by his father—"The Big Tuna"—who has left him in charge for the weekend. Verbal gymnastics & the struggle for self-awareness, self-acceptance and self-love produce a high-octane battle for survival that's not over until the last donut falls.