Now Playing

George Romero’s
Night of the Living Dead

Adapted for the Stage
By Gus Krieger

Friday/Saturday at 8pm; Sundays at 2pm
Until November 10


Seven strangers barricade themselves inside a Pennsylvania farmhouse, attempting to escape the bloodthirsty, flesh-eating ghouls ravaging the countryside.  Beset by the walking dead outside, and ever-rising interpersonal tensions within, the group begins their desperate attempt to survive the night …

Directed by Drina Durazo

$25 General Admission
$20 Seniors/Students

In this uncensored comedy, we share an evening with legendary actor John Barrymore, who arrives with the intent of recreating his critically acclaimed performance of Richard III, but would rather amuse his audience with whimsical tales about his life. He recalls the triumphs, the struggles, and the scandals that surrounded his career, his loves, and the Barrymore family.

Benedict portrays the iconic actor in this no holds barred portrait of early Hollywood’s number one Bad Boy.

Directed by Robert Benedict
Not recommended for minors.


Saturdays 4pm, Sundays 7pm

“An amazing bit of serendipityI  Uproarious parody numbers!”
      — Los Angeles Times
“High-flying fun!  Could become a highly successful franchise!”
— LA Weekly
“Miss this at your own risk!” — Mel Brooks

Wednesday, October 23 at 8:00pm
Thursday, October 24 at 8:00pm

WHAT IF? (A Musical Revue)

A Musical FUNdraiser benefitting the Group Rep

Two nights only! In 2004, What If, opened at the Hudson Theater for a sold out run, with rave reviews.  For the 15th anniversary, we’re bringing it back, with some new material, for a benefit for the Group Rep. Come and laugh and support the oldest theater company in North Hollywood.

With: Brittney Bertier • Daniel Bellusci • Hartley Powers • Laura Wolfe • Robert Yacko

Directed by: Bruce Kimmel • Music Direction: Richard Allen