Calendar

 

Jun
15
Fri
Left Edge Theatre presents Honky @ Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
Jun 15 @ 8:00 pm

A dark comedy by Greg Kalleres

Directed by Argo Thompson

When a young African American is shot for a pair of basketball shoes, sales triple among white teens. Are ghetto-glorifying commercials to blame, or is it the white CEO that only sees dollar signs? Luckily, there’s a new pill on the market guaranteed to cure racism. This thought-provoking satire extends the conversation about racism to the important theatre audience.

Contains adult themes, including strong language.
Jun
16
Sat
Left Edge Theatre presents Honky @ Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
Jun 16 @ 8:00 pm

A dark comedy by Greg Kalleres

Directed by Argo Thompson

When a young African American is shot for a pair of basketball shoes, sales triple among white teens. Are ghetto-glorifying commercials to blame, or is it the white CEO that only sees dollar signs? Luckily, there’s a new pill on the market guaranteed to cure racism. This thought-provoking satire extends the conversation about racism to the important theatre audience.

Contains adult themes, including strong language.
Jun
17
Sun
Left Edge Theatre presents Honky (Matinee) @ Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
Jun 17 @ 2:00 pm

A dark comedy by Greg Kalleres

Directed by Argo Thompson

When a young African American is shot for a pair of basketball shoes, sales triple among white teens. Are ghetto-glorifying commercials to blame, or is it the white CEO that only sees dollar signs? Luckily, there’s a new pill on the market guaranteed to cure racism. This thought-provoking satire extends the conversation about racism to the important theatre audience.

Contains adult themes, including strong language.
Jun
22
Fri
Left Edge Theatre presents Honky @ Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
Jun 22 @ 8:00 pm

A dark comedy by Greg Kalleres

Directed by Argo Thompson

When a young African American is shot for a pair of basketball shoes, sales triple among white teens. Are ghetto-glorifying commercials to blame, or is it the white CEO that only sees dollar signs? Luckily, there’s a new pill on the market guaranteed to cure racism. This thought-provoking satire extends the conversation about racism to the important theatre audience.

Contains adult themes, including strong language.
Jun
23
Sat
Left Edge Theatre presents Honky @ Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
Jun 23 @ 8:00 pm

A dark comedy by Greg Kalleres

Directed by Argo Thompson

When a young African American is shot for a pair of basketball shoes, sales triple among white teens. Are ghetto-glorifying commercials to blame, or is it the white CEO that only sees dollar signs? Luckily, there’s a new pill on the market guaranteed to cure racism. This thought-provoking satire extends the conversation about racism to the important theatre audience.

Contains adult themes, including strong language.
Jun
24
Sun
Left Edge Theatre presents Honky (Matinee) @ Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
Jun 24 @ 2:00 pm

A dark comedy by Greg Kalleres

Directed by Argo Thompson

When a young African American is shot for a pair of basketball shoes, sales triple among white teens. Are ghetto-glorifying commercials to blame, or is it the white CEO that only sees dollar signs? Luckily, there’s a new pill on the market guaranteed to cure racism. This thought-provoking satire extends the conversation about racism to the important theatre audience.

Contains adult themes, including strong language.
Jun
28
Thu
The Magic of Adam Trent @ Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
Jun 28 @ 8:00 pm

Produced by the creative team behind The Illusionists, the world’s best-selling touring magic show, The Magic Of Adam Trent (AdamTrent.com) is an immersive entertainment extravaganza of magic, comedy and music designed to entertain the entire family. Showcasing his “futuristic” brand of magic, Trent has mesmerized live audiences around the globe, in person and as a featured guest on “America’s Got Talent,” “The Today Show,” “Ellen,” “Rachael Ray Show” and Disney Channel among countless other TV appearances. The 32-year-old also stars in his own 10-episode TV series “The Road Trick” on Red Bull TV.

Trent inaugurated the first two years of The Illusionists’ recordbreaking Broadway runs, which served as a launching pad for his own live show and tour. “I am so excited to hit the road and bring an entirely new show to audiences around the world,” says Trent, who has always thought that magic should be entertaining first, and tricky second. He doesn’t want people to remember “tricks” as much as the laughs and memories made with the performance. “This will be a show like you’ve never seen.”

Jun
29
Fri
Left Edge Theatre presents Honky @ Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
Jun 29 @ 8:00 pm

A dark comedy by Greg Kalleres

Directed by Argo Thompson

When a young African American is shot for a pair of basketball shoes, sales triple among white teens. Are ghetto-glorifying commercials to blame, or is it the white CEO that only sees dollar signs? Luckily, there’s a new pill on the market guaranteed to cure racism. This thought-provoking satire extends the conversation about racism to the important theatre audience.

Contains adult themes, including strong language.
Jun
30
Sat
Left Edge Theatre presents Honky @ Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
Jun 30 @ 8:00 pm

A dark comedy by Greg Kalleres

Directed by Argo Thompson

When a young African American is shot for a pair of basketball shoes, sales triple among white teens. Are ghetto-glorifying commercials to blame, or is it the white CEO that only sees dollar signs? Luckily, there’s a new pill on the market guaranteed to cure racism. This thought-provoking satire extends the conversation about racism to the important theatre audience.

Contains adult themes, including strong language.
Jul
1
Sun
Left Edge Theatre presents Honky (Matinee) @ Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
Jul 1 @ 2:00 pm

A dark comedy by Greg Kalleres

Directed by Argo Thompson

When a young African American is shot for a pair of basketball shoes, sales triple among white teens. Are ghetto-glorifying commercials to blame, or is it the white CEO that only sees dollar signs? Luckily, there’s a new pill on the market guaranteed to cure racism. This thought-provoking satire extends the conversation about racism to the important theatre audience.

Contains adult themes, including strong language.