“RECOMMENDED… STAGE RAW TOP 10… energetic, stylish… the songs are by turns lively, haunting, provocative and funny… Performances are uniformly impressive under Ackerman’s fine direction.” — Lovell Estell, Stage Raw
“SMART… involving, totally wrenching… expert direction…powerful performances.” — Broadwayworld
“MASTERFUL… Intelligent, thoughtful, powerful and impactful… highly entertaining story telling at its absolute finest. – Discover Hollywood
“FIVE STARS… thoroughly gripping, deeply dark yet highly entertaining” -- Examiner.com
“EXOTIC, RIVETING, WELL-STAGED…. proof positive that amazing theatrical experiences can be found in smaller venues… sharp and always captivating.” — BroadwayStars
“HEADY STUFF. The show’s first half nearly splits its seams so bursting is the creativity it flings at its audience… a witty treatment of a subject that matters so much… RECOMMENDED.” — ArtsMeme
“ACHIEVES AN UNQUESTIONABLE POWER… Harmoniously sung and enthusiastically performed… terrific” — Paul Myrvold’s Theatre Notes
Fri, Oct 14 – Sun, Dec 18
Fri, Sat 8 pm
Sunday 3 pm
$25 Students with valid ID(Use promo code 005)
Special Show Info
Running time: 120 minutes.
There will be an intermission.
Street Parking only.
Please allow ample time for parking
Complex (Ruby) Theatre
6476 Santa Monica Blvd
Hollywood, CA 90038
Special Theatre Info
Wheelchair accessible in the Ruby Theatre.
The theatre has concessions.
Glenne Headly (Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Dick Tracy, Mr. Holland’s Opus), James Kyson (NBC’s Heroes, voted one of “Hollywood’s 25 Hottest” by TV Guide), Michael Yama (Betty White’s Off Their Rockers) and Rob Yang (The Americans, Twisted) join the cast when The Garage re-opens its acclaimed world premiere production of BLOOD, the political thriller with music about the “Japanese Tainted Blood Scandal,” in which 2,000 people died of AIDS after the U.S. knowingly sold contaminated blood to Japan.
Written and directed by Obie and New York Outer Critics Circle Award-winner/ DGA Award, two-time Golden Globe and five-time Emmy Award nominee Robert Allan Ackerman, BLOOD returns to the The Complex in Hollywood beginning Oct. 14.