something about bubbles




Combining poetry, projection, stand-up, and song, patRIOTs is a fast paced, uplifting exploration into what it means
or what it should mean to be an American Patriot.

Proceeds to benefit the American Civil Liberties Union




something about bubbles
episode one
(a staged reading)

written & directed by Graham Brown
featuring Martin Dorsala, Stephanie Drake, Vivan Dugré, Tate Ellington, Abigail Marlowe,
Martin Morrow & Kirstin Racicot

Sunday, July 29
6:00 pm
talkback/reception to follow
trip. @ The Actors Company
916 North Formosa Ave
Los Angeles CA 90046

"something about bubbles" is a ten-episode situational comedy which follows two liberal filmmakers and their families
as they attempt to make a documentary in and about middle America.
"bubbles" sets out to challenge the perceptions of the left and the right by satirizing both sides of the equation.
We are all flawed and we are all ridiculous.



February 14 - March 17
trip. at The Actors Company
916 North Formosa Ave
Los Angeles CA 90046

the not-so-simple story of boy meets girl, boy meets boy, girl meets girl, and all the little things that can ruin a perfectly good dinner party

Written by Graham Brown with Nathan Faudree and Lisa Roth
Directed by Graham Brown
Featuring Ariana Anderson, Graham Brown, Bevin Bru, Eve Danzeisen, Zoë Simpson Dean, Marian Frizelle, Dustyn Gulledge, Lara Helena, Kaitlin Large, Zoquera Milburn, Cameron J. Oro, Christi Pedigo, Kirstin Racicot, Kelsey Risher


The Los Angeles Reviews

"A UNIQUE THEATRICAL EXPERIENCE. DON'T MISS IT… spontaneous, authentic and real.” - Peter Foldy, Hollywood Revealed

“The show had me at the gitgo... a delicious stew of desire, all up front and personal, and is so close to the audience that one can look the characters right in the eye." - Paul Myrvold's Theatre Notes

"VERY FUNNY... VARIETY AND SPICE... explores the striking similarities between loving couplse - despite their differences." - Elaine Mura, LA Splash

"FRESH AND UNIQUELY THEATRICAL.. .a fun immersive show with possibilities galore." - Shari Barrett, Broadway World

"FASCINATING, charming, clever and entertaining. It even manages to be true". - David McDowell Blue, The World through Night-Tinted Glass


Founded in 1995, (see history) trip. is a not-for-profit production company
dedicated to reaching out to a new audience by producing original work that is vital, challenging and relevant. 

trip. strives to consistently provide audiences with a unique, truthful and engaging experience
through a commitment to the actor, particularly the actor as a part of the ensemble
(see those that who have been known to trip).

Equally dedicated to developing and nourishing a sense of community,
trip. seeks to bridge the gap between artist and audience.

trip., a place we have not been before.

with the help of individual patrons + grants, trip. has had the privilege
of working with hundreds of incredible artists in new york, chicago + now los angeles
your financial love will help pay for theatre rental, sets, lights, sound, costumes,
props, insurance, marketing, stage managers, directors + of course, actors.
it all adds up, so please help us so we can turn the lights on + share the trip.

show your support + make a tax deductible donation + become part of our community

trip. is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization.
Contributions for the purposes of trip must be made payable
to Fractured Atlas and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.



trip. is a proud member of the los angeles stage alliance
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