Opening March 13
A supernatural amorality play with music.
March 13 - 29
Thursday - Sunday, $20 - $30*
Somewhere at the intersection of Tommy and Sweeney Todd, our original play with music upends expectations about musicals.
In 1827, in a bucolic village, Maria Martin disappeared. What followed was a series of events both macabre and surreal that culminated in the largest public hanging in English history. Based on a true story, this workshop production features a live rock band, English beer, and plenty of blood. It is not for children.
*your ticket purchase supports the development of this original play.
Sunday, April 26
2:00 Cocktails & Music (outdoors) / 3:00 Performance (indoors)
Barnsdall Art Park
4800 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90037
On April 26, join us for cocktails, light snacks and live music on the Barnsdall Art Park plaza, followed by a performance indoors in the Barnsdall Gallery Theater. Come ready to bid on great silent auction items! You'll see your favorite ISC performers in scenes from our performances 2004-2014, enjoy musical performances and special guests, including Councilmember Mitch O'Farrell. We'll be honoring Councilmember Tom LaBonge for his unwavering support of the festival.
Pericles, Prince of Tyre
Opens April 24
Shakespeare's anarchic romance
April 24 - May 24
Thursday - Sunday, $20 - $25
The fantastic story includes shipwrecks, pirates, a king who uses the skulls of his victims as interior design, an abandoned baby, and a knight in rusted armor fighting for love. At every turn, Pericles confronts events both grotesque and miraculous as his long and brilliant history unfolds. This is one of Shakespeare's strangest plays and includes adult themes and situations.
Griffith Park Free Shakespeare Festival
Opens June 25
LA's favorite summertime event*
June 25 - August 30
Get your picnics, blankets, and friends ready for a summer of great theater in Griffith Park. Much Ado About Nothing and Romeo & Juliet are on their way, along with special events and special guests.
*ok, the Dodgers are pretty great, too.