Publicist: Dylan Wallace

Dylan Wallace is a Los Angeles based gay theatrical artist. A member of Fierce Backbone, a theatrical organization dedicated to creating new dramatic works. His playwriting leans dark and focuses on social injustice. He believes in animal rights and everyone doing their part for the planet.
Jun

WOUNDED

This is a play about varying degrees of mental illnesses. Each character has an upper hand on the other and it really dives into people's obsessive natures, and codependent tendencies. It starts out lightly enough to have you believe something else is going on, but once the play gets started and you are shown the whole picture it becomes one seriously uncomfortable roller coaster ride. These issues are not spoken about enough, they are not showcased enough, this is one play that you cannot miss.

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Jun

Moose & Darlene's Cosmic Do-Over

Cartoon sci-fi history show come to life! Comedic, educational, paradoxical, adventure through time! An absolute blast. Curtis Krick cleverly blends history you may not have known with a Sci-Fi yet modern plot. It will have you thinking about global issues from different perspectives, the pros and cons of modern technology, and how every little thing no matter how small and insignificant it may seem has global consequences. But it's also funny, and I really enjoy that part. The cast is fantastic and fit their roles perfectly. The costumes are top notch. Do yourself a favor and watch the show.

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Jun

A Complete Waste of Time

Definitely NOT a complete waste of time! Steve has total control of the audience from the moment he walks on stage. Every joke lands and kills. I was laughing from start to finish. Steve's unique perspective, relatable issues, and delivery make uncomfortable and potentially dangerous situations seem like casual occurrences and manage to present deeper themes without ever becoming too heavy. It was hilarious! Go see it!

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