21 Stories: A Broadway Tale
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A sold-out critical hit Off Broadway and a big winner at this year's Hollywood Fringe Festival, the raucous comedy Women cleverly retells the beloved story of Louisa May Alcott's March girls as if it were an episode of Lena Dunham's HBO show Girls, complete with the ready-made hashtag #bethdies. And it isn't much of a stretch to imagine Jo, Amy, Beth and Meg existing in both worlds, especially in this fast-paced and keenly-observed series of sketches. Written by Chiara Atik, the show earned a New York Times critics' pick and scored several awards at the 2014 Hollywood Fringe Fest, including Top of the Fringe and Best Comedy. Learn More
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“21 Stories certainly scores in its unusual fusion of lip-sync, disco rink and kitchen sink.” Los Angeles Times
“This fast paced seriocomic fable never fails to entertain.” Backstage West
“A tender and moving glimpse at unrequited love.” Frontiers
Billy Youngblood is a young and enthusiastic actor/singer who sets out for New York City with dreams of becoming a Broadway star. As he seeks stardom in the Big Apple, he drops in and out of fantasy scenes where he performs beloved songs from hit Broadway shows. Along the way, he meets fellow misfit Margaret Evans, a Texas girl looking for her missing father. The two seek solace from one another as they search for their dreams in New York City.
Starring Marilyn Rising & G.W. Stevens
Written by G.W. Stevens
Directed by Yuval Hadadi
Choreographed by Frit & Frat Fuller
Costume Design by Ingrid Ferrin
Set Design by Charisse Cardenas
Running time: 110 minutes with one intermission