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April 17: Taking the plunge.

Live Music: Bray Ghiglia

Listen to inspiring true stories from professional and amateur storytellers.  

Volunteer to share your own. 

Doors Open at 7:30pm for Guest Storyteller sign up, music and mingling.  

Stories and drawing start at 8pm.

$10 Suggested Donation

More information

Questions? isabel@storeyproductions.com

This event is produced by Isabel Storey & presented by Santa Monica Rep, Storey Productions, and the Westside YWCA

at the YWCA Santa Monica/Westside

2019 14th Street, Santa Monica CA 90405


The Managing Director of a Dubious Bureaucracy receives an unintelligible office memo written in a new language that few people understand.  Is one man's passion for humanity enough to restore order in the face of comic absurdity, constant surveillance, and too many party breaks?  This Obie Award-winning play (from the former political prisoner turned President of the Czech Republic), is more relevant than ever in the age of the NSA...Are we being watched right now?

Runs Fri-Sun through April 19.

General Admission - $30. 

Students/Seniors - $20

All performances at 7:30PM. 

Doors at 7 PM

Box Office Questions:

213-268-1454 or


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Santa Monica Mirror

“impeccable direction...”

“...uniformly talented ensemble”

“...nothing short of mesmerizing”


“...versatile...highly skilled performers”

“The play moves at breakneck speed”


“quick paced staging”

“serviceably snarky production”
“Urich’s Miss Ballas is a revelation”

“ultra-chic, modern atmosphere”

Huffington Post

“...entertaining and intelligent...

...Bloom makes it blossom.”

“The cast hit all the right notes”

“Petty's Gross nails the haplessness of being a humanist in a world of inhuman forces”

“should serve as a cautionary tale”

Broadway World

“...Kafkaesque elements.”

...imaginative lighting design”

Joe Straw

“This is small theater at it’s best”

“...exceptional job”

“...acting is superb. The night was sulime.”

Life in L.A.

“Bart Petty’s moving performance...”

“a modern, fresh production”