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Burbank resident stars in comedies HOLLYWOOD --...

Burbank resident stars in comedies

HOLLYWOOD -- Burbank resident Robert Factor wrote and stars in

“Twisted” an evening of two short comedies, “Stuck” and “The

Meeting,” at the MET Theater, downstairs in the Great Scott Theatre.


“Stuck” centers on two people who become trapped together in an

elevator and must endure each other until they are rescued.

“The Meeting” is about two low-level wise guys who attempt to mend

the rifts in their personal and professional associations, such


fissures having occurred after it’s been discovered they were both

dating the same hot babe.

Factor has appeared in 73 plays and had starring roles in the

films “Ninja Academy” and “Fear.” His TV appearances include sketches

on “The Tonight Show Starring Jay Leno.”

Tickets are $8. Show times are 8 p.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays

through March 5. For reservations, call (323) 957-1152. The theater is at 1089 N. Oxford Ave., Hollywood.

Joyce Rudolph