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“The words ‘You’ve never seen anything like this before’ may sound cliché, but trust me, you have never seen anything like Sacred Fools’ West Coast Premiere of Natsu Onoda Power’s Astro Boy And The God Of Comics” – Steven Stanley: Stage Scene LA
I’m SO PROUD and excited to be working on this INSANE show! It’s such a joy and so innovative and original. Taking the audience on a ride every night is a delight. And I’m proud to say that we’ve added six more shows!! Don’t think that you’ve got to be an Astro Boy fan, or a manga fan or even a comic book fan, you will love this show, I promise! We LIVE DRAW!! And there’s all kinds of fun movement work as Travis Michael Holder in Arts in LA said: “it’s great just to be entertained by some world-class clowns and knocked out by refreshingly imaginative and unbounded creativity”
Not only did Bill Raden call me a “standout” in the L.A. Weekly (and gave us a GO!) but so does Travis Michael Holder, “the fuchsia-haired Mandi Moss is a particular standout as the lonely scientist who manufactures Astro Boy in the image of his dead son”
Need more? Well here are some more quotes for ya!
“…a scintillating, invention-packed tour de force of visual wit, breathtaking acrobatic performance and sumptuous, seamlessly integrated, multimedia production design… poignantly whimsical and critically savvy… a kind of high-wire — and highly polished — vaudevillian pastiche. GO!” -Bill Raden, L.A. Weekly
“RECOMMENDED / TOP TEN / PICK OF THE WEEK …spectacular… brilliantly creative… dazzling… delightful.” -Terry Morgan, Stage Raw
“…incredibly inventive… totally unique and truly spectacular… a matchless 70-minute thrill ride…” -Travis Michael Holder, Arts in L.A.
Get tickets here! We’ve got Anime Sunday’s with talkbacks from your favorite anime shows like Kill la Kill, Naruto, Power Rangers and more! You also can get $10 off for coming to our cosplay night in costume on 7/17!
I’m really lucky to be a part of such a cool show. I’ve never done anything like the West Coast Premiere of Natsu Onoda Power’s “Astro Boy and the God of Comics” the story of famed Japanese animator Osamu Tezuka and Astro Boy, his most famous character. Featuring interactive video, live drawing, and stylized movement, this retro-sci-fi visual extravaganza examines post-WWII fascination with technology and destruction, and the relationship between creation and creator. Join us for the West Coast Premiere of the multimedia performance-art piece the Washington Post called “breathtakingly imaginative.”
We’ve got not only an exciting show but a Cosplay night AND meet & greets with English voice actors from your favorite anime on Sunday’s!!! Lots of fun to be had – do NOT miss out!!! Get tickets here.
I’ve been so buuuuuussssssyyyyy!! I’ve not only been packing stuff into storage to housesit for friends this summer and attending family reunions out of state BUT I opened an AMAZING show that I’m SO PROUD to be in (and to have costume designed) AND I just signed theatrically with Hollywood Original Talent and I’m so excited!!
“She Kills Monsters” by Qui Nguyen is a comedic romp into the world of fantasy role-playing games. Average Agnes is finally leaving her childhood home following the death of her totally weird sister, Tilly. When she stumbles upon Tilly’s Dungeons & Dragons notebook, however, Agnes embarks on an action-packed adventure to discover more about her sister than she previously cared to know. A high-octane comedy fraught with hostile fairies, randy demons, and ‘90s pop culture, She Kills Monsters is a heart-pounding homage to the bad-ass and geek within us all.
I get to play Lilith, a battle axe wielding demon queen and it’s AWESOME. There’s a little something for everyone in this show and audiences are RAVING. I’m super proud and having a blast. I kinda never want it to end…
Tickets are available at www.loftensemble.org or www.lastagetix.com for any discount tickets available. Plays on Saturday nights at 8 and Sunday’s at 7 in downtown LA and there’s a barcade called 82 within walking distance from the theater that’s not too overcrowded on Sunday nights post show to finish your night off right!!! We close May 3rd so get in there and enjoy!
“Deceptively breezy and rather ingenious. The whole enterprise is kind of dopey and kind of invigorating and kind of remarkable. It will slash and shapeshift its way into your heart.” – The New York Times
“Packed with action, wit, and a sizable nerd-quotient, the production is a delight from start to finish” – Theatremania
“Positively slays the audience. Delightfully farcical.”- Stage & Cinema
“Nguyen is a refreshing, break-the-rules writer — he has a ready embrace of pop culture, high-school speak and ‘High Fidelity’ cool, and he also has a mission to redeem gaming geeks everywhere…She Kills Monsters, delivers exactly what it promises, is generally a blast” – Chicago Tribune