Theatre Asylum & Lab and Elephant Space are located on the legendary Theatre Row in Hollywood. Home to Combined Artform who produces, co-produces and rents out the 40-80 seat theatres. Since coming to Los Angeles, Theatre Asylum/Combined has been host to some of the top shows in LA. Including Impro Theatre's : Jane Austin. Pulp Shakespeare, How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse, Carved in Stone and Playdates.

The Hollywood Fringe Festival is back for it's sixth year. Theatre Asylum is proud to be hosting 78 different shows with 421 perfromances. Including national and international shows. Come check it out. Previews start June 4th and the festival runs until June 28. Come on out and be part of the LA Fringe Community. All are welcome!!!

Now Playing In Theatre Asylum

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35 years ago, Cathy (FELICITY HUFFMAN) killed two police officers after inciting an act of anarchy. Now, she comes face to face with her parole officer, Ann (REBECCA PIDGEON), for the last time. This 70 minute, thought-provoking play comes to a head as Ann seeks a sign of true rehabilitation or at the very least regret, while Cathy bargains to be set free. David Mamet’s The Anarchist previews April 16 at Theater Asylum in Hollywood.

Pulitzer Prize winning playwright David Mamet (Glengarry Glen Ross) and LA Drama Critics Circle Nominated Director/Producer Marja-Lewis Ryan (One In The Chamber) team up with Academy Award Nominee Felicity Huffman and Film Critics Award Winner Rebecca Pidgeon for a truly special limited run, which must close May 23.

The Anarchist starring Felicity Huffman and Rebecca Pidgeon; Stage Managed by Erika H. Sellin; Understudied by Heidi Sulzman; Scenic Design by Michael Fitzgerald;Lighting Design by Karyn Lawrence; Costume Design by Courtney Hoffm read more

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“Naked inside a stranger body who owns a free soul”

“The Snail” is about the story of a transgender boy and relationship with his parents and the sex. In the end he will become a woman and she will go away from home, but a day she will come back with a great gift for her parents…but this is a surprise for audiences…the comedy is funny but also moving.

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A cast of four read real suicide notes in this intense new theatre piece. Letters range from Kurt Cobain to war veterans, victims of bullying and members of the LGBT community. In the vein of “Vagina Monologues” and “Love Letters”. Conceived, adapted and directed by Stan Zimmerman (“Meet & Greet”, “Blink & You Might Miss Me”). Starring Olivia d’Abo, Allie Gonino, Peter Onorati.

  • Portion of the proceeds will go to National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
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Second smash year! Too many shows and not enough time? Our experienced, independent judges see tons of productions across every genre, then we choose, and present live highlights from, five of the best shows at each Pick of the Fringe performance. You could see scenes from 20 productions over 4 Pick of the Fringe shows! Come see what all the buzz is about!


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