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What If? (A Musical Revue)

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

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

The Night of the Living Dead

OCT 4 – NOV 10

As a mysterious pandemic emerges and quickly spreads, seven strangers barricade themselves within a Pennsylvania farmhouse, attempting to escape the swarms of bloodthirsty, flesh-eating ghouls now ravaging the countryside. Beset by the walking dead outside, and ever-rising interpersonal tensions within, the group begins their desperate attempt to survive the longest night of their lives. A harrowing new adaptation of the classic film, NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD remains an incisive and terrifying exploration of human nature, and the demons that plague us both inside and out.


The Man Who Came to Dinner

DEC 6 – JAN 12, 2020

It’s a few weeks before Christmas in small town USA. Famously outlandish NYC radio personality is invited to dine at the house of the well-to-do local factory owner. But this sharp-tongued celebrity slips on a patch of ice outside the front door and injures his hip. Confined to the house for a month, he drives his hosts mad by insulting them, monopolizing their world, reeking havoc with romantic antics and receiving a constant stream of bizarre guests, including performers, scientists and even paroled convicts. As Christmas Day approaches, mayhem ensues and fate delivers a comeuppance.

laundry and Bourbon / lone star

JAN 25 – MAR 3

Three women (neighbors and friends) gossip and share truths while helping each other do laundry and endure a very hot day.  One of these women admits that she knows her husband has been unfaithful, but she is aware of the turmoil that haunts him since his return from Vietnam.  Small town stamina is evident when this woman pledges to wait out this far-reaching, lingering storm cloud.  In another part of town three men beat-the-heat in the backyard of a bar as the local high school hero, recently returned after a hitch in Vietnam, details his military and amorous exploits.  Laughs are shared, souls are bared and the ties of family are strengthened.


whoopsie doopsie

FEB 2 – MAR 3

This whimsical comedy features Billy Harrington — popular, smart, good-looking, captain of his Huckle Buckle team, and son of philandering professor Gordon Harrington and wacky mom, Molly Harrington. Billy’s world is turned upside down when he finds out certain unwelcome information from his girlfriend, Joannie!!! Meanwhile, Billy’s Dad is having an affair with Joannie’s Mom. And who knows what Billy’s Mom is doing with Joannie’s Dad. Uh-oh! All around Whoopsie-Doopsie!

(The 37 seat Upstairs theater has comfortable permanent seating, AC/Heat and a restroom. The facility is not handicapped accessible.)

the secret of chimneys

MAR 29 – MAY 5

Chimneys Estate holds a dark and intriguing secret and someone will stop at nothing to prevent the monarchy being restored in faraway Herzoslovakia. A young drifter finds more than he bargained for when he agrees to deliver a parcel to this English country house and instead finds himself in the center of a murderous international conspiracy. This comedy of manners-and-murder boasts a sinister plot rife with diamonds, oil concessions, romance, espionage, exiled royalty, an elusive master criminal and the combined forces of Scotland Yard and the French Surete.


let me hear you whisper / strangest kind of romance


WHISPER: A recently hired cleaning lady is working in a mysterious laboratory where odd experiments are being conducted on mammals. While there, she is strangely and particularly drawn to a dolphin and is shocked when she learns that this gentle creature’s fate is in danger because it won’t speak. Yet, it speaks to her. And so, she takes a huge risk. This engaging piece was written by Pulitzer-Prize winning playwright decades before a major motion picture with similar themes was released.

ROMANCE: The proprietress of a boarding house is giving a tour to a potential tenant who hopes to get a job in the nearby factory. All the men who have lived there have signed their names on the wall — and one of them left his cat behind. This highly unusual piece is peopled with fascinating, strongly-opinionated characters and someone falls in love with…the cat.

(The 37 seat Upstairs theater has comfortable permanent seating, AC/Heat and a restroom. The facility is not handicapped accessible.)


MAY 31 – JULY 7

This refreshing and unusual Tony-award winning musical is a coming-of-age parable, addressing and satirizing the anxieties associated with entering adulthood. Its characters lament that as children, they were assured by their parents, and by Sesame Street, that they were “extraordinary” and “could do anything”; but as adults, they have discovered to their surprise that in the real world their options are limited, and they are actually ordinary like everyone else. This quirky musical ranks 24th on the list of the longest running shows in Broadway history. Avenue Q is notable for the use of puppets, animated by unconcealed puppeteers.