Historical figures come to life with “Inside Private Lives.” The play features the controversial transsexual Christine Jorgensen (a vibrant and vivacious Kristin Stone), drunken “first brother” Billy Carter (a hilarious Bryan Safi) and government snitch Elia Kazan (a delightfully sinister Adam LeBow).

It’s an immersive experience as the audience is sucked into the act, positing questions for the famous and infamous. Sept. 7’s audience riled against David Koresh (a superb David Shofner), but found his crazy theories comical, due to Shofner’s deadpan performance.

“Inside Private Lives” is an amusing and informative evening.

Fremont Centre Theatre is located at 1000 Fremont Ave., South Pasadena. For more information, visit fremontcentretheatre.com.