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(Comedy)

Previews
Wed. Jan. 16th at 8pm
Thurs. Jan. 17th at 8pm
Fri. Jan. 18th at 8pm

Runs
Sat, Jan 19 – Sun, Mar 17
Wed. Feb. 20th at 8pm
Wed. Mar. 6th at 8p
Thurs. jan. 31st at 8pm
Fri-Sat at 8pm
Sun at 2pm

Show Calendar

BUY TICKETS
Wed-Fri: $32
Sat & Sun: $37
Previews: $15

Special Events
Thurs. Jan. 31st - Post show discussion with PFLAG
Fri. Feb. 15th - Wine Night
Wed. Feb. 20th - Post show discussion with the LA LGBT Center
Fri. Feb. 22nd - Post show discussion and College Night

Special Show Info
Running time: 120 minutes.
There will be an intermission.
MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY. Reserved seating. Assigned at box office.

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Odyssey Theatre
2055 S. Sepulveda Blvd
Los Angeles, CA  90025
Ample Street Parking
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Special Theatre Info
The theatre has concessions.

L.A. PREMIERE - Bart DeLorenzo directs this darkly funny, shockingly absurd and endlessly surprising vision of a world in transition by MacArthur genius Taylor Mac.

Somewhere in the suburbs, Isaac has returned from Afghanistan with a dishonorable discharge, only to discover a household in revolt. The insurgent: his mom. Liberated from an oppressive marriage to Isaac’s father by his debilitating stroke, and with Isaac's newly out transgender sibling as her ally, Paige is on a crusade to dismantle the patriarchy.

Cast: Ron Bottitta, Zack Gearing, Cynthia Kania, & Puppett

“CRITIC’S CHOICE… Humor tips into horror and back again, a seesaw experience fearlessly propelled by director Bart DeLorenzo and his actors.” — Daryl H. Miller, Los Angeles Times

“OUTRAGEOUSLY DARK TO PITCH-BLACK COMEDY… richly thought-provoking and often poetic… [a] blistering indictment of the ways our society has marginalized the folks struggling to navigate and understand our existence in these troubling times” — Travis Holder, Ticket Holders LA

“CONCEPTUALLY RICH… a play about unearthing a family’s secrets and bringing people to account.” — Anthony Byrnes, KCRW 89.9 FM