24th Street Theatre brings acclaimed Mexican clown Aziz Gual to the U.S. for four performances only. Not your ordinary, everyday clown, Aziz forges a unique connection with both adults and children, leading the audience on a hilarious, poignant and poetic journey that illuminates life’s profound sorrows and great joys. Although originating south of the border, Huraclown is presented not in Spanish, but in the universal language of “Clown.” (Rated G – ages 4+).
24th STreet Theatre’s ambitious 15th Anniversary Season aims to “reinvent” theater for young audiences in L.A., offering sophisticated, provocative productions that parents might not recognize as typical family fare, but which can be shared and enjoyed by kids and adults alike.
Huraclown performs Sunday, April 21 and Sunday, April 28 @ 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tickets are $15 for adults; $10 for kids under 16; $12 for students, seniors and teachers; and 24 cents for residents of the theater’s surrounding North University Park neighborhood. 24th STreet Theatre is located at 1117 West 24th St., Los Angeles, CA 90007 (at the intersection of 24th and Hoover). Secure parking is available for $5 in the lot on the southwest corner of 24th and Hoover. The theater is air-conditioned and wheelchair accessible. For reservations and information, call (213) 745-6516 or go to www.24thstreet.org. For adults and kids (4 and older).
Official Website: http://www.24thstreet.org
Added by Michele Hunter on April 7, 2013