April Littlejohn


Created LA Horror Stories officially in January of 2017.  After one of her plays has been produced, she knew she wanted to learn how to produce herself.  Her desire to revive theater in LA and showcase her talents as a writer led her to create LA Horror Stories.  Coming from the theater in Chicago, Il, and ending up in LA with  twenty years of experience in FIlm and Television.  She is a a two-time Emmy Award winning Stuntwoman and starred in Women of Wrestling as RIOT, which was the sequel to GLOW.  She has developed her writing through her education at UCLA.  Her focus is writing and creating television shows, but has three books published, and several plays produced.  She wants to push the envelope in writing by telling edgy stories that will excite a modern audience.  Her first play "Nobody's Whore"  was a NOIR one act with elements of spoken word and rap.  She strives to tell the human story in its ugly and beautiful truth no matter what the genre it is. She shot all six commercials for LA Horror Stories and with Stefan Adkins shot all six plays photo shoots.  She is not currently represented but can be contacted at Aprilkl21@gmail.com

About Us


LA Horror Stories

The 2017 performance was a smash hit featuring six short horror plays woven together in a guided storytelling session by our own creepy clown.  We intend to expand on this next season with four of the worst criminals brought to trial in an eighteenth century English prison.  This year our host will be a female warden and you, the audience, will choose the fate of the story's ending.  Stay tuned for more updates.

But Why?

Los Angeles has always been big on Halloween.  We don't celebrate for one day, we celebrate for a whole month! We have hayrides, haunted houses, parades, and every theme park has its own horror attractions, but there never seems to  be enough to do. LA Horror Stories intends to fill that hole in the heart of NOHO's emerging theater district.


Theater is a love of passion and we are always in need of benefactors.  We are thankful for last year's Horror Angels.  If you would like to add to our production, please go to our donation page.