Blue House Theatre presents SCAB

by Sheila Callaghan directed by Marah Morris

STARRING (in alphabetical order)

Erin Anderson

Krista Conti

Steven L Synatellen

Ryan Templeton

Anne Underwood

16 January -15 February 2004
Fri & Sat evenings @ 8pm
Sunday evenings @ 7pm
Saturday matinees @ 3pm

$10 MATINEES (all admissions)

Co-Director Jennifer Reiter
Scenic Design Jason Z.Cohen
Lighting Design Maura McGuinness
Costume Design Bert Henert
Sound Design Ian Gotler
Original Music Ryan Scott Oliver
Graphic Design Dane Martens

Stage Manager Anmber Koehler
Producer Will Owens

Sons of Beckett Theatre Co present:

Measure for Measure


(in order of appearance)

Duke Vincentio: Jeff Doba
Escalus: Terra Shelman
Angelo: Edward C. Ellington
Lucio: Christopher P. Ellis
Varrius: Anna Kennelly Baardsen
Froth: Eric Carter
Mistress Overdone: Minnie Goode
Pompey: Brian Johnson
Claudio: Jason W. Bohan
Provost :Leslie Nia Lewis
Juliet: Kelli Anne
Father Peter: Colin Willkie
Isabella Marissa: Garcia
Francisca Anna: Kennelly Baardsen
Elbow: Ryan McDonald
Mariana : Minnie Goode
Abhorson: Eric Carter
Barnardine: Ryan McDonald

Meadows Basement presents:

Isabella's Fortune (read the reviews)


Sons of Beckett presents:

UnAmerican Activities


The Link Theater presents:

The Clap- Three Short Plays About Social Disease

(read the reviews)

Palpable Idealists presents Dogs Barking


by Richard Zadjlick

directed by

Adam Guitterez


Branden Morgan Jennifer Claire
Ingo Neuhaus Natalie Rose

April 16-May 23 2004

Fri/Sat 8pm Sun5pm $15.00

executive producers Priscilla Roybal
produced by Adam Gutierrez
publicity Alarus Agency, Inc.

stage manager Liz Mantone

sound design Malcolm Sharbutt

light design Jeff Murray

set design Richard Cross


Seat of Yer Pants Productions presents:

Wendy McLouds

House Of Yes

directed by

Roger Mathey


Cherie Bloomquist,
Douglas Cheesman (Sundays at 7p), Jennie Chester
(Sundays at 7p), Janna Giacoppo, Clare Jacoby,
Libby Letlow (Sundays at 7p), Steven O'Brien,
John Patrick Wells, Justin Zachary (Sundays at 7p)

Call 310 930 7254 to make reservations

April 30- June 5

Fri 8pm/Sat 8pm/Sun 4pm & 7pm


JUNE 2004


an original script by

Jonathan Gottsick

Meadows Basement present


by KC Davis

set in Colonial Philadelphia, a mysterious poet's arrival leads a wealthy merchant and his family to question the nature of their existence.

Jul 9, 2004 - Aug 15, 2004

Interstate 5 presents


a modern deconstruction of the ancient Greek Myth

written and directed by

Andrew Schaeffer

3 weeks only

Thursday/Friday/Sat 8pm

July 15-July 31

Reservations 323 460 7070

Tix $12 regular Students $7

Dionysian Productions Presents

Jimmy Gamble

a one man show

written and performed by


directed by Misty Carlisle

Monday/Tuesday 8pm Aug 9-31

Tix $12 Reservations: 323 960 4392


Sons of Beckett present

29 Things to Do on a Rainy Day

(or "This is Not a Play About Art in America")

Director by

Erin McBride Africa


Anna Baardsen, Eric Carter, Marvin Hernandez, Heidi Kushnatsian, Ari
Radousky, Colin Willkie, Jon Zuber, Richard Edward de Vere

Thursdays at 8 PM,

Aug. 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th
Theatre B, 4th Floor Admission: $10 general
Reservations: (323) 465-3136


Adapted from Charles Mee's bobrauschenbergamerica, the S.O.B. Theatre Co. is
proud to present 29 Things To Do On a Rainy Day, an exploration of American
society and its issues with art and culture. Mee, an avant-garde writer, allows
his plays to be used freely, with the stipulation that others should deconstruct
and reconstruct his work, to create a new and highly personal perspective.
Borrowing ideas inspired by American artist Robert Rauschenberg, this ensemble
production takes its cue from American life and art to create a theatrical
combine, inspired by Rauschenberg's three dimensional collages, and presents it
through a kaleidoscope of absurdist humor and dada shenanigans.

The Sons of Beckett Theatre Company has been receiving critical acclaim since
its inaugural production, Waiting for Godot in 2002 ("a zany bittersweet
presentation...superb." LA Weekly).  The company's second production, Paulo
Coelho's Veronika Decides to Die (adapted and directed by Africa) was called
"thought provoking" and "a pleasure to watch" (BackStage West).  Last summer,
the S.O.B.'s irreverent, vaudevillian music-hall adaptation of a classic,
Oedipus the King, was praised by the LA Times as "sublime...blindingly funny." 
The company's production of The Other Shore was awarded the Critic's Pick in
BackStage West, in which it was called a "timelessly compelling vision." Most
recently, the S.O.B. Theatre Co. finished their production of Shakespeare's
Measure for Measure and Wienckowski's UnAmerican Activities.

Website: www.sobtheatre.com

Thursdays in August



Synergy Entertainment Enterprises


Timeless Passion

co-directed by

Melissa Sedoff & Erica Bine

7 Performances Only

Aug 25-29

Tix $12 opening night $10 regular shows

The East Village Theater Workshop


An Evening Of One Acts

27 Wagons Full Of Cotton

by Tennessee  Williams

With Daria Balling, Brian Burke and

Bill Hallmark

Directed by Daniel Hutchison

Broken Bones

by Drew McWeeny & Scott Swan

            With Liz Burnette and Daniel Hutchison and

Daria Balling

      Directed by Lamar Burnett

     Friday & Saturday at 8:00pm

      August 13, 14, 20 and 21st

                   Admission $10  Reservations 323-664-3673

Alan Levine & Stan Roth present

The Fourth Wall

By A R Gurney

A Farcical Comedy About Politics and Theatre

directed by

Stan Roth


Tom Beyer, Jennifer Taub, Sarah Brooke & Tony Pasqualini

with songs by Cole Porter

Fri/Sat 8pm Sun 3pm Tix $20

Reservations and Information

323 930 1050

Rogue Theatre Company Presents:


by David Sauvage

directed by Ian Jensen


Sam Levassar, Jason Radeck and Laurie Schaefer

SEPT 17-OCT 24

Fri/Sat 8pm -Sun 7pm

Tix $15 Students/Seniors $10

Reservations and Information


Meadows Basement



a new play byAaron Ginsburg

directed by Wade McIntyre

and performed by

Janie Haddad, Jenni Kirk, Ira Steck, Sock, Andy Mangin and Steve Baaken.

Friday and Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 2pm
   Tickets $15 (or $10 with a Wall of Heartbreak donation) 

Reservations  323-782-6218
Participate in relationship aggravation, misery and pathos...

then laugh your head off at it!!!


Oct 29-Dec 12


a dark comedy by Rick Mitchell

a present-day American family whose various members become increasingly entangled in a web of patriarchal decline, global consumption, and gourmet coffee. Illicit sex, memories of terror, and faustian bargains including one based on indigenous money magic, activate a maddening, dream-like world haunted by brutality near a Latin American coffee finca...

as well as other horrors much closer to home.
directed by
james depaul


the ensemble

brent blair* barry jenner maya lilly jennifer toffel*

stage management by joe cedillo
video art and imagery by adria julia and dustin lhren



6425 Hollywood Boulevard, 4th Floor, Hollywood.

Located between Cahuenga and Wilcox.

A short walk from the Metro station.


PREVIEWS: Sunday, November 7th & 11th

OPENING: Friday, November 12th. Runs through November 21st.

Show times are Thursday through Saturday at 8:00p.m.; Sundays at 7:00p.m.

General admission: $15.00. Cash only. Student/Senior/AEA discounts.



Tickets available by reservation, and at the theater half an hour before the show.

Reservations strongly recommended.

For reservations: (323) 993-8549.

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