PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARIA PROIOS
The lakeside rental Veronica has managed to afford is a far cry from the idyllic getaway she and her children so desperately need and the disheveled property owner Hogan has problems of his own. Problems that Veronica is inevitably and irrevocably pulled into. An engrossing and revealing portrait of two strangers bound together by circumstance, Lost Lake is a vivid play about the struggle for connection in an imperfect world. Taken from the website
Very Good Show!
September 23 – October 9, 2022
(Photo by Jason Williams)
The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing
Arts presents a radical reinvention of Shakespeare’s KING LEAR, starring Emmy® Award and
NAACP Image Award winner Joe Morton (ABC’s “Scandal,” the legendary Brother from Another
Planet, Netflix’s “The Politician,” Justice League) and directed by John Gould Rubin, opening
Saturday, May 14 and running through Sunday, June 5, 2022, in The Wallis’ Bram Goldsmith
Theater. This theatrically adventurous production of perhaps the greatest play in English
literature features original music, videos, and projections that will transform the theater into a
not–too–distant–future United States ravaged by environmental catastrophes. Taken from the press release.
May 10 – Jun 05,2022
(PHOTO CREDIT: Kevin Parry)
Devastated when his New York City church kicks him out for being gay, Griffin escapes across the world to volunteer in a small village. His “good intentions” are tested against the backdrop of an incurable epidemic, corruption and a dangerous abduction that leaves him questioning everything he has ever known. Taken from the website.
Feb 4 – 23, 2019
In writer David Farr (“The Night Manager”) and acclaimed directors Gisli Örn Gardarsson and Selma Björnsdóttir’s reimagining, Robin and his unmerry gang of cutthroats steal from the rich, but it’s never occurred to them to give anything back to anyone. But when wicked Prince John threatens all, bold Marion steps in to protect the poor and transform a thuggish Robin from hood to good. Taken from the website.
NOV 29 – DEC 17 2017
Photo by Ed Kreiger
Money can’t buy love, or peace of mind, or even a long life. But it can get you in to see this immersive, site-based show, now in its 15th year, that reveals the tragic history of the family who once occupied this gorgeous hillside mansion. Follow the characters from room to room and eavesdrop as they reveal events that took down a dynasty. Written by Kathrine Bates, directed by Flora Plumb. 905 Loma Vista Dr, Beverly Hills. Free parking onsite. Wed-Fri 8pm, Sat-Sun 1pm. $65. 310-364-3606. Reservations must be made by phone, in advance. Taken from the website . Interviews with the playwright Kathrine Bates, Darby Hinton who played Israel Boone in The Daniel Boone show, and Melanie MacQueen who was the voice of Lisa Hayes in Robotech. Jan 5–Jan 29 2017
(photo credit: Kevin Parry)
Synopsis : In this play spanning 30 years and six presidential administrations, Hester Ferris throws Georgetown dinner parties that can change the course of Washington’s politics. But when her beloved son suddenly turns up with an ambitious Reaganite girlfriend and a shocking new conservative world view, Hester must choose between preserving her family and defending the causes she’s spent her whole life fighting for. Take from the Website
May 17th – June 4th 2016