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Film Club is a monthly film and media screening hosted by Bryan Musil and Andrew Fernandez! Each month we invite guests to show their work and have a Q&A with the audience. Past guests include Matt Walsh (Martin and Orloff), Rhys Darby (Short Poppies), Jerry Stahl (Permanent Midnight), Henry Phillips (Punching The Clown), Dian Bachar (Cannibal! The Musical) and much more! Future guests might be Daniel Day Lewis or Tina Fey or something!
Big Yellow Taxi
(Starring David Aslan, John Conroy, Jodi Dennithorne, Dominique Johnson, Ashley Knaysi, Brian James O’Connell, Hope Richards, Jessica Young)
Big Yellow Taxi is the longest running show at the Pack Theater in Los Angeles and features a powerhouse cast of veteran improvisers and Special Guest Drivers each week. Taking the suggestion of a city anywhere in the world, the troupe creates an entire universe of memorable characters inspired by taxi cab “confessions.” The result is a hilarious journey for audiences with unexpected turns and a collision of witty storytelling, theatricality, and schadenfreude.
Townies: The Improvised Play
(Blake Rosier, Bill O’Neill, Eileen O’Connell, Eli Magers, Dianna Lee, Dan Kerry)
Townies is a fully improvised, one act play that takes place in a fictional town, city, or place suggested by YOU! That’s right! Off an audience member’s suggestion, our team of seasoned improvisers build an entire world on the spot without scripts or direction. It’s a brand new play full of wit and whimsey where unrealized passions, unspoken secrets, and hilarious antics are revealed.