Brian Dykstra SELLING OUT
named one of the Top Ten L.A. Theatre Productions in 2013 by the Huffington Post..
(Now Playing) Kitchen Theatre
The Two of You
by Brian Dykstra
Directed by Margarett Perry
August 20 to September 21, 2008
When a stranger comes to call, sparks fly and walls (including the fourth one) come tumbling down in this sophisticated and surprising love story.
A Play On Words
by Brian Dykstra
Rusty and Max have been friends for most of their lives, and they've been arguing almost the entire time. Today they're scheming up something big. A comedic, relentlessly fanatical pursuit of what is said, what is intended, and what is right.
“Each new season signals excitement at the Kitchen Theatre Company. Ideas have been bouncing around for months, and when it all comes together it’s like a wonderful dessert. We hope you’ll join us again for more important conversations in our 18th Season.”
- Rachel Lampert, Artistic Director
HBO Def Poetry Season 6 is available on DVD featuring Dykstra’s performance of “Pushing Bush.” This acclaimed series showcases practitioners of one of the country's fastest-rising performing-art forms, Def Poetry, in an intimate, uncensored format. Taped before a live audience at The Supper Club in NYC, Russell Simmons Presents Def Poetry is hosted by popular rap artist/actor Mos Def, and spotlights original material performed by contemporary poets and well-known music/comedy artists.
"Exuberant, daringly fresh series that breaks poetry out of the neat little boxes it's so often put in"
"A grand slam"
You Tube video: HBO "Def Poets On Def Poetry" Season 6 Special
THE JESUS FACTOR available NOW on DVD
Show your true patriotism and
buy your copy today.
Warning: Purchasing this DVD may land you on a “watch-list.”
THE JESUS FACTOR AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD ON:
See Brian's webshow, Counter Intelligence, on the RudeCast channel.
Portrait of Brian
by Alexandra Lynch
ALEX SAYS… Get Mad AND Laugh With Brian Dykstra
Out and About
“Cornered & Alone”
I admit it, I've got the "I hate Bush and I'm gonna make a movie
about it" blues. Months ago I lined up to see (and closed my eyes
during half of) "Fahrenheit 9/11". Then came "The Control
Room," a better film to my mind, though lacking in Moore's oomph.
I'm glad I saw both, and ditto that they're out there truth-telling.
Praise be. I haven't yet seen "The Corporation" or "Outfoxed" or
any of the other clique of preaching-to-the-choir documentaries. I
was this close with the first, then heard about its ungodly length
(2 1/2 hours) and punked out. And Fox makes me craaazy ... so as I
was saying, I've hit a wall. Must. Take. Break.
Or so I thought. Al ong comes Brian Dykstra 's off-Broadway "Cornered & Al one," a one-man show mostly about the hideousness of our present government. He's a ranter, no doubt, but he's so playful and verbally skilled (watch out for the amazing, breakneck poetry), and so spot-on that I left the theater high-fiving my friends and wanting more. This guy's a serious talent -- go so you can say you knew him when.
To see more of Alex's art, please visit www.alexandralynch.com
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