Angel's Flight

cabaret & variety · cyanide theatre · Ages 21+ · world premiere · United States of America

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WINNER: BEST CABARET & VARIETY

NOMINATED: TOP OF THE FRINGE

NOMINATED: ROGUE SHAKESPEARE AWARD – DIRECTING: MATT RITCHEY

NOMINATED: LUMPY-CRAMP “NEVER-IN-THE-BOX” AWARD

“PICK OF THE FRINGE” WINNER

STAGE RAW RECOMMENDED & TOP TEN

Los Angeles, 1944.

A girl’s gone missing, but a gumshoe is hot on the case. Will our detective, Duff, save the raven-haired beauty or will he fall short?

A film noir-infused caburlesque comedy from these creative minds:

Benjamin Schwartz – Writer
Zip Ties (2015 Encore Producer’s Award Winner, Inkwell Playwriting Award and Robot Teammate Award Nominee)

Matt Ritchey – Director/Writer
Romeo And Juliet In Hell – 2014’s hit screwball comedy.
Director: Boss: The Untold Tony Danza Story (2015)

Featuring:

CHERRY POPPINS!
The Knock Shop (2015 O Face Most Orgasmic Show Award Winner, Best Cabaret & Variety Show Nominee)

1 part noir, 1 part play, 1/2 part caburlesque, stir then shake.

We serve. You enjoy.

What people are saying:

“Some of the best puns I’ve ever heard…Fun and hilarious…See It! – Madeline Rosenstein – See It Or Skip It LA

“Silly cheery fun… Sweet and utterly insubstantial film noir spoof provides just the sorbet to clear your palate before the next “important” show – Paul Birchall – Stage Raw

“A laugh-filled, atmospheric homage to the world of noir. More please!” – Rob Stevens – Haines His Way

“A gem of a parody of the film noir genre… this show is SO WORTH seeing.” – Erik B.

“Bloody fucking brilliant.” John S.

“A fast-paced, twisty romp that keeps the laughs and 30s/40s noir references coming…put this one on your list of must-see shows.” – Reagan O.

“BRILLIANTLY HILARIOUS!!! I haven’t laughed so hard in a long time. This is a MUST SEE show.” Stephanie L.

“Pure comedy gold…a wild comedy cocktail with a sexy Burlesque twist.” – Virginia R.

“Fresh and imaginative… Well written, and hilarious.” – Robert W.

“Three fish heads up! Way up!” – Anonymous Review

“A feminist kick in the guts… intelligent jabs via the POWERFUL women on stage.” – Benjamin W.

“This is not a show, this is an EXPERIENCE!… GO SEE IT!” Nick R.

“A guaranteed good time…This funny and classy, well-directed show was right up my alley.” – Ryan J.W. S.

Please note that this show is 21+

Show Dates & Times:

June 4th – 5:15 – SOLD OUT

June 12th – 4:45 – SOLD OUT

June 16th – 8:45 – SOLD OUT

June 18th – 5:15 – SOLD OUT

June 23rd – 8:15 – SOLD OUT

June 25th – 8:45 – SOLD OUT

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production team

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benjamin schwartz *

writer/producer/wallace
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matt ritchey *

director/writer/producer
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cherry poppins *

performers/co-producers
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ben goldberg *

co-producer
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brin hamblin *

dancer
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schoen hodges *

duff
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alli miller *

jane
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michael onofri *

big daddy
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heath butler *

daisy
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bradley bentz *

nick/patron/bartender
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david garver *

murphy
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madeleine heil *

dancer
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ben blonigan *

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* Fringe Veteran

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