Ruskin Group Theatre

Ruskin Group Theatre Co.

Ruskin Group Theatre

3000 Airport Ave

(310) 397-3244


The Rainbow Bridge

A new comedy by Ron Nelson. Directed by Michael Myers. Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. Sundays at 2 p.m.

Just when Jerry thought he’d moved on from his family drama, his mother and sister come back to haunt him … literally. The battle he must wage in this fearless and merciless new comedy will remind us all about those hot buttons we keep buried just below the surface. Be brave and you just may enjoy a good cry while you’re laughing …


The Braid

2912 Colorado Ave #102

(310) 315-1400



Through September 17

Thurs. & Sat. 8 p.m., Sun at 2 p.m. Tickets: $40. At the door: $45

Annie Korzen, best known for her role as the Seinfeld parent’s obnoxious Boca Vista neighbor, has written and will perform an original show about her hectic, eclectic and electric life on the big and small screens. Korzen, knows that the world would be a better place if everyone would just do what she says, and she has very specific plans for her future and for everyone else’s. This perennial bit player, highly opinionated woman, exasperated mother, and mortified daughter knows exactly what she wants out of life – until life proves her wrong. An evening of laughs, tears, music – and constructive criticism – as Annie learns that it’s only when she lets go and gives up control that things fall into place.



Highways theater

Highways Performance Space @18th St. Arts Center

1651 18th St.

(310) 453-1755


The seventh installment in an ongoing series, featuring a diverse array of new and in-development twists on the “solo performance.”

Solo Dolo 7

Solo Dolo 7 features new works from Barry Brannum, Alex Floyd, Ethan Marks, Lulu Obermayer, Sculptural Sound Ensemble – featuring Roksana Zeinapur, and Pallavi Sriram, in collaboration with Sid Sriram. Friday + Saturday, September 1 + 2 at 8.30 p.m. $20 general admission / $15 students, seniors


The Broad Stage

1310 11TH STREET

(310) 434-3200


Broad Fest

Broad Fest returns for an afternoon of music, food and interactive entertainment. DJ duo Sadubas sets the festive tone with an eclectic mix of world sounds between performances by The Reverend Shawn Amos and his band playing hot Blues, electric violinist Val Vigoda looping together a pop symphony of song, Tres Souls sharing their vibrant style of Bolero music, Aaron Nigel Smith with original and classic family-friendly reggae. In the Edye Second Space enjoy a Heal the Bay educational talk, cool rhythms from SMC Jazz Ensemble and dance from around the world with SMC’s Global Motion. Join in tango lessons, hula hooping and art-making experiences for all ages. Delicious food and drink from local favorites will be available for purchase. The Eli & Edythe Broad Stage — 1310 11th St. Santa Monica CA 90401. Parking is free. Sunday, September 3 from 2 – 7 p.m. Free.


Edgemar Center For the Arts

2437 Main St

(310) 392-7327


Danny and the Deep Blue Sea

The setting is a rundown bar in the Bronx, where two of society’s rejects, Danny and Roberta, strike up a halting conversation over their beer. He is a brooding, self-loathing young man who resorts more to violence than reason; she is a divorced, guilt-ridden young woman whose troubled teenage son is now being cared for by her parents. Danny, whose fellow truck drivers call him “the animal,” seems incapable of tender emotion, while Roberta, who is still haunted by the memory of an ugly sexual incident involving her father, is distrustful of men in general. And yet, as their initial reserve begins to melt, and they decide to spend the night together, the possibility of a genuine and meaningful relationship begins to emerge—the first for both of them. Through September 10, Sat. at 8 p.m., Sun. at 4 p.m. $25 Adults, $20 Senior/Student.