Walkin' on Sunshine is a live sci-fi stage show that plays out like an episode of Three's Company written by Stephen W. Hawking!
When a doomsday weapon falls into the hands of a suicidal 184-year-old woman, humanity's only hope for survival lies with an apathetic satellite repair crew, a malfunctioning time machine, and an illegal brain-transplantation droid. Smart, sexy, and relentlessly paced, this show's comedy runs the gamut from Einsteinian physics to gratuitous booby jokes.
For complete information on the show and its cast, please visit StopTheStarlons.com.
The critics love Walkin' on Sunshine!
Local Guy Writes Play About Space Travel, Breasts
If you're in the Los Angeles area, enjoy local theater and have the nagging urge to have faster-than-light physics explained to you in an entertaining way, you might want to check out the play Walkin' on Sunshine: A Quantum Physics Sex Farce
Walkin' on Sunshine
plays and looks something like an old episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000
without the bad movie interruptions, only with a lot more characters and a lot more references to breasts.
It takes on Battlestar Galactica
, the Starbucks franchise, numerous sci-fi and sex farce clichés, and works the precepts of spacial physics and time travel paradoxes into the storyline in smart, amusing ways. All on a stage just slightly larger than my office. Recommended to geeks everywhere.
— Jeff Bond, GeekMonthly.com
Walkin' on Sunshine: A Quantum Physics Sex Farce
Written by Marcus Alexander Hart
Directed by Mitchell Roche
February 3, 10, 17, and 24
All shows begin at 8 PM
All seats $10
bang. comedy theater
457 N. Fairfax Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Call for reservations:
Official Website: http://www.stopthestarlons.com