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Audiences Love Suddenly Split!

“The writing is fresh, crisp, witty, and flat out funny … and the actress Susan-Kate Heaney was brilliant!” – Vincent Terrell Durham

“Super fun show with a great performance and I laughed the whole time. Go see it!” - Anonymous

“Suddenly Split & Swiping Over … touches on serious topics without feeling too emotional. It’s light hearted and fun and the acting is fantastic. Definitely check it out! It’s a play worth seeing.” – Leore Berris

“Confessionally cathartic … Touching and hilarious!” - Anonymous

“Very funny and very sexy … Well acted and written. Wow!” - Tracy’s mom

Susan-Kate Heaney (actor), Katherine Vondy (director), Angela Jaymes (actor), Tracy Held Potter (writer). Photo by Marc Kelly @marckelly

Susan-Kate Heaney (actor), Katherine Vondy (director), Angela Jaymes (actor), Tracy Held Potter (writer). Photo by Marc Kelly @marckelly

We’ve gotten some fantastic feedback from our preview performance of “Suddenly Split and Swiping Over” and we are THRILLED to be opening tonight at the Hollywood Fringe Festivalwith a performance starring Susan-Kate Heaney.

Tickets are still available for all performances in Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay Area. Please join us!

Tickes: Hollywood Fringe Festival

Asylum @ Studio C (6448 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles)

Thur, June 9 | 7:00pm

Sun, June 12 | 9:00pm

Sat, June 19 | 2:30pm

Thur, June 23 | 10:30pm

Sat, June 25 | 2:30pm

Sun, June 26 | 8:30pm

Tickets: San Francisco

The EXIT Theatre (156 Eddy Street, San Francisco, CA)

Fri, July 8 | 8:00pm

Sat, July 9 | 8:00pm

Tickets: Berkeley

The Downward Dog A private residence in Central Berkeley at Channing Way (address emailed when tickets are purchased; note: this venue has cats)

Sun, July 10 | 5:00pm

Mon, July 11 | 8:00pm

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Tips for Coming to the Hollywood Fringe

We hope you’ll join us for our premiere production of “Suddenly Split and Swiping Over” at the Hollywood Fringe Festival!

To make sure you have the best possible time, here are some tips for navigating the Fringe:

We highly recommend getting your tickets early. Visit our Fringe page to purchase tickets online.

Based on availability, tickets will also be available at the door by cash or by credit card.

With all of the excitement surrounding the Fringe Festival, we highly recommend showing up half an hour early to find parking, orient yourself to the festival, and to settle into your spot in line.

Asylum @ Studio C, 6448 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

Line up right outside of Studio C and our box office person will check you in. Guests will be admitted into the venue right before the curtain rises.

Seating is first-come, first-served, with seating available for wheelchairs and others with special needs.

Ticket holders will be admitted to the show right before the scheduled start time, and we will begin immediately after guests are seated.

At the end of the show, please meet friends and our artists outside of the theater or at Fringe Central.

The show runs approximately one hour and has no intermission.

We advise all guests to use the restroom before entering the venue as we will begin the show as soon as guests are seated. Public restrooms are available at Fringe Central and The Complex a couple of doors down.

FRINGE CENTRAL (6510 Santa Monica Blvd)
Get in the middle of the hubbub by getting a Fringe Button good for discounts at other shows, check out the food trucks, get a drink, mingle, and use the public restroom! This is an 18+ venue.

Hours are 4pm-8pm on Sat, June 4th. Starting June 8th, Fringe Central opens at 5pm on weeknights and 2pm on weekends.

Food and drink are not permitted inside our venue, but if you want to visit some establishments in the neighborhood, we recommend checking out the food trucks at Fringe Central, grabbing a quick snack at the Hudson Cafe or Eat This Cafe (6547 Santa Monica Blvd), or ducking into the corner store at the end of the block.

If you’ve got more time and want drinks, you can try Fringe Central or head six blocks north to Hollywood Blvd. For meals, heading four blocks south to Melrose Ave will give you a number of options.

If you really want to get Hollywood, you can go to the famous Pink’s Hot Dogs for more varieties of hot dogs than you can wrap your mind around (709 North La Brea Ave) or the macrobiotic celebrity favorite, M Cafe De Chaya (around the corner from Pink’s on Melrose Ave). These restaurants are about a mile and a half away, so budget time and transportation excitement for these excursions.

The Hollywood Fringe Festival is overflowing with productions to suit any interest. Pick up the official Fringe Guide and invest in Los Angeles theater by getting tickets to another show.

If you love what you see, you may wonder how our other actor is interpreting the same play. Trust us: both performances are well worth the second trip back to the Fringe.

Most of our attendance comes through word-of-mouth. Once you’ve seen the show, please visit our Fringe page and write a review.

Posting a photo of your visit or a fun message about the show? Please tag us!


Official Fringe Parking is located at 6222 Santa Monica Blvd. at Vine. All day parking is $7 for Fringe Button Holders and $11 for everyone else.

Free and metered street parking is available in the neighborhood, but make sure to look for signs regarding restrictions (particularly permit restrictions). We’ve had the most luck finding all day parking in the residential neighborhood just north of Santa Monica Blvd.

We recommend using Google Maps to figure out how to get to the venue using public transportation. Simply enter your starting point and destination and select the public transportation option.

The Metro bus 4 stops at Santa Monica and Wilcox, and the 4, 210, and 704 stop at Santa Monica and Vine. For more about LA public transportation, visit

Thanks again for sharing your time with us! We hope you enjoy the show!

All Terrain Theater
PO Box 643
Burbank, CA 91503