1981
2022

The Actor's Gang has performed for audiences in Los Angeles and throughout the world, on five continents and in 40 U.S. States

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Ubu the King

18 Years and Older

Dates: 
OCT 14, 15, 21 22, 28, 29
NOV 4, 5, 10, 11, 18, 19, 26
DEC 2, 3

TIMES:
8 PM DRINKS, 9 PM SHOW, 10:30 PM PARTY 

Description: 
In 1982, a rag tag bunch of punk rock actors performed a midnight production of Alfred Jarry’s surreal scatological masterpiece, Ubu the King. It was a huge hit, and the rest is Actors' Gang history. To celebrate our 40th Anniversary, we are excited to present a revival of this obscenely funny, deeply offensive and bat shit crazy play.

Ubu the King is the perfect story for these fucked up times. After all, if we can’t find humor in government deception, failed coup d’etats, weird sexual proclivities, loud farts, debrainings and other pathological peculiarities embodied by Ubu the King, we are lost.

We strongly suggest altering your consciousness in some way (booze, weed, yoga) before entering the theater.

Adults only. Leave the kids at home.

Ten performances only!

Book seats now! 

NOTE: Strobe lighting effects will be used during this performance. Patrons that may suffer from epilepsy & other visual light stimulation effects are advised to contact the Front of House staff prior to entering the theater.

2022 SHAMBLES

5 Years and Older
 

Dates: 
Dec 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 29, 30, 31

TIMES:
7:30 PM DOORS OPEN, 8:00 PM SHOW, 9:40 PM PARTY


AN IMMERSIVE CIRQUE-INFUSED HOLIDAY PANTO

60’s NASA holiday party, alien abduction, ugly Christmas sweaters and free champagne!

2022 Shambles is an unbridled mix of seasonal charm and sassy cunning. Walk through curated rooms of wonder before Director/Creator Stefan Haves stages a joyful celebration featuring a rollicking assortment of comic turns, acrobatic feats, eccentric song and dance numbers — All propelled by a smoking live band. 

The Creative Team is helmed by Creator/Director, Cirque du Soliel’s Stefan Haves, along side his sublime musical director: Emmy Nominated composer, Philip Giffin