$45.00 and $30.00
Pre-show discussion at 2pm
"Hilarious—get a ticket immediately!" says the Los Angeles Times.
Hot on the heels of its wicked, long-running predecessor, Forbidden Broadway, Forbidden Hollywood comes to town, guns blazing and smokin' with attitude. When the dust clears, industry icons are everywhere in the street, lovingly littered by creator Gerard Alessandrini, whose Broadway blowout has run in New York for more than 20 years and has toured the world.
With pacing as furious as Forbidden Broadway, Forbidden Hollywood cuts through Tinseltown's bombast and star power with surgical precision. Recent classics like "Titanic," “Star Wars,” “Harry Potter” and “Austin Powers” all receive the comic once-over from Forbidden Hollywood's cast.
The bigger the production, the harder it falls. The cast revels in its wicked destruction of blockbusters like “Shrek,” “Lord of the Rings,” and “Chicago.” Disney, fattened beyond counting by its recent string of hits, endures a riotous ribbing of its cartoon world and its theme park megalomania. In one of the revue's funniest bits, Sharon Stone takes center stage belting out a twisted take on TV's long-running "Rawhide" show.
Alessandrini keeps the show topical by constantly updating the material. No film, brand new or venerable, is safe from his nasty pen.