A bleak glimpse at life in the wake of a dystopic presidency, in Natalie Menna’s absurdist comedy ‘Occasionally Nothing’

NEW YORK, N.Y. — LanDan Consulting announces that Brad Fryman is taking on the role of Harry in “Occasionally Nothing” by Natalie Menna and directed by Ivette Dumeng for Strindberg Rep at the Dream Up Festival at Theatre for the New City (Artistic Director, Crystal Field).

Oklahoma Children’s Theatre announce 2018-2019 Season

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — Oklahoma Children’s Theatre, the first and largest Theatre for Young Audiences in the state, is proud to announce their 31st Season! We will kick off our season in October, 2018, with a limited run of ‘Night of the Living Dead.’

Summer Shakespeare Family Fun Faire at the Shore in Long Beach

LONG BEACH, Calif. — The Children’s Theatre of Long Beach (CTLB) presents its first Renaissance Faire experience! Partake of delicious food, Play medieval themed games, create fairy wings or armor and top it all off with a 60 minute version of Shakespeare’s “MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING!” Aug. 4, 2018 in Long Beach.

Gilbert and Sullivan’s ‘PIRATES’ dock in Long Beach May 11-20

LONG BEACH, Calif. — The Children’s Theatre of Long Beach (CTLB), Art in Relation (AIR) and the Scottish Rite Event Center present a historic, hilarious family friendly farce featuring silly pirates, bumbling policemen, and nervous naive young lovers – Gilbert & Sullivan’s rollicking musical masterpiece, “The Pirates of Penzance,” comes alive at the beautiful Ernest Borgnine Theatre at the Scottish Rite Event Center of Long Beach May 11 – May 20, 2018.

Oberon’s Final Four Ticket Blitz for HALCYON DAYS

NEW YORK, N.Y. — LanDan Consulting and the Oberon Theatre Ensemble (Brad Fryman, Artistic Director) announce Oberon’s Final Four Ticket Blitz for “HALCYON DAYS” by Steven Dietz directed by Academy Award Winner Alexander Dinelaris (“Birdman,” “Red Dog Howls”) as Oberon celebrates its 20th Season.

The Littlest Wiseman – The 100-year-old Holiday Tradition Returns for 57th Consecutive Annual Run

FORT WORTH, Texas — The Fort Worth production of The Littlest Wiseman started as a modest junior high school play about the humble birth of Jesus. Now in its 57th consecutive annual run in 2017, the play has evolved into an elaborate production that is one of Fort Worth’s longest-running Christmas season entertainment events.

Historic partnership of Long Beach arts organizations create family classic THE CHRISTMAS CAROL in the Ernest Borgnine Theatre

LONG BEACH, Calif. — Art-In-Relation (A.I.R.), Children’s Theater of Long Beach (CTLB), and The Scottish Rite Cathedral announce a wonderful partnering of resources and talent for a 2017 holiday musical production of “The Christmas Carol.” Plays Dec. 15, 16, 21, 22, 23 at 8 p.m. and Dec. 17 at 2 p.m. at the Ernest Borgnine Theatre, 855 Elm Avenue, Long Beach, CA.

Provocative film maker, Theo Van Gogh exposed in Articulate Theatre’s World Premiere production of ‘Committed’ by Natalie Menna

NEW YORK, N.Y. — LanDan Consulting announces that Brad Fryman is taking on the role of Theo Van Gogh in the World Premiere play “Committed” by Natalie Menna and directed by Brock Harris for the Altruistic Theatre Company. “Committed” is a work of historical fiction about the last two days of Dutch filmmaker Theo Van Gogh’s life before his murder.

‘Final, Final Farewell Tour of Dick and Delores DelRubio’ – 17-State Tour of Hilarious Theatrical Cabaret Production

LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Palmer Productions and The Most Innocently Inappropriate Couple That Never Was Presents the new world-renowned musical, “The Final, Final Farewell Tour of Dick & Delores DelRubio,” starring Alan Palmer and Andrew Orbison.

Art-In-Relation pairs two unknown works of musical theater art, ‘Wild Party’ and ‘Frankenstein, A New Musical’ in Hollywood

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Art-In-Relation, Jonas Sills, producer, announces a move from Long Beach, after two successful seasons, to Hollywood with two hauntingly gorgeous, but lesser known musical theater productions at The Complex Theatres, Hollywood. A combination of “The Wild Party.” a lesser known version of the musical based on the poem by Joseph Moncure, and written by Andrew Lippa, coupled with Mary Shelley’s tale with a musical twist, “Frankenstein, A New Musical.”