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A Family Business

Wednesday, Nov.15 at 8 PM
Thursday, Nov.16 at 8 PM

Fri, Nov 17 – Sun, Dec 31
Friday, Saturday 8pm
Sunday 3pm

Two Understudy Shows, Thursday, 11/30 and Thursday, 12/7 at 8pm

Show Calendar

No Performances
December 22,23, 24

$20 Previews
$35 General Admission
discount codes invalid for opening/closing

Special Events
Two Understudy Shows, Thursday, 11/30 and Thursday, 12/7 at 8pm
Final Show 12/31 at 3pm.

Special Show Info
Running time: 100 minutes.
There will be an intermission.

Hudson Mainstage Theatre
6539 Santa Monica Blvd
Hollywood, CA  90038
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Special Theatre Info
Wheelchair Access

The theatre has concessions.

Rose Klein, a budding, talented chef, and her boyfriend Julio, are cooking dinner tonight for Rose's mother Harmony, a spiritual psychologist, and her father Seth, an unrepentant child of the sixties. Joining them will be Julio’s parents: Max Gold, the feared tyrannical head of Gold Studios, and Julio’s mother Elena, Max’s brilliant, acerbic, trophy wife. Rose and Julio hope this will be a night to remember. It will be; although not in a way that any of them could have imagined.


Eric Stanton Betts
Alli Brown
Michelle Jasso
Tim Martin Gleason
Bruce Nozick
Julie Pearl

“Fabulous…Radiant….Terrific….As good as it gets… A particularly well-timed gift for playgoers in search of something other than yet another How the Grinch Stole a White Christmas Carol. And just how great is that?” ---Steven Stanley, Stage Scene L.A.

“Playwright Matt Chait has outdone himself….will definitely appeal to those of us with family dysfunction built into our genes (and isn’t that everyone?). It is also a fascinating study of what happens when two worlds that couldn’t be more different are forced to collide---and inevitably clash... humorous and entertaining... thought-provoking moments.” ---Elaine Mura, L.A. Splash

“Matt Chait covered a lot of psychological ground in only 100 minutes... See A Family Business now. It will change you like it did me, just in time for the holidays” ---Chris Cassone, Discover Hollywood