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The World Premiere of Daniel Handler's 'Soundly'
"It is not the diamonds or the birds, the people or the potatoes; it is not any of the nouns. The miracle is the adverbs, the way things are done. It is the way love gets done despite every catastrophe."
By Daniel Handler
At Hollywood Fringe Festival, '15
Theatre Asylum, Lab
1078 Lillian Way, Los Angeles 90038
Tuesday June 9, 10pm
Thursday June 11, 8:30pm
Tuesday June 16, 5:30pm
Tuesday June 23, 10pm
Sunday June 28, 2:30pm
Alex Alpharaoh, Devereau Chumrau, Leah Costello, Jodi Harrison, Karlito Sanders, Tania Verafield
Directed by Jessica Salans
Assistant Directed by Nicoletta Hanssen
Executive Produced by Josh Salans
With loving, artistic support from Abby Shotwell, Daniel Maggio, Erica Schwehr, Wesley Houdyshell
And the production support of Yvette DeVitto, Jenine Guisto, Paget Kagy, Lauren Pence, Taylor Solomon, Vika Stubblebine and Emily Yetter
#Soundly #HFF15 #LAThtr
Dear Friends and Family,
Guess what! I am starring in the theatre production of Shelly Garrett’s Beauty Shop, the 25th Anniversary.
No secret is safe from salon owner Margaret and her outlandish hairstylists in this production of Shelly Garrett's rollicking comedy. Margaret may be plus-sized, but she's got a firecracker attitude, sexy smarts, and she runs her salon like gossip central.
I am honored to grace the stage as Mrs. Naomi Bell, a young distraught wife looking to find the woman who has been sleeping with her husband. There's lots of drama and fun, and without a doubt, there is a laugh-a-minute in this show.
The play is one-night only at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre on Friday, October 24th at 8pm and I need your support. Please visit www.beautyshopplay.com today and purchase tickets. This play will be sold out and I want you to get a good seat so you can see ME! I also need your help in spreading the word. You can do that by send this post to your friends.
I’m so proud to be a part of this historical play and hey if enough people turn out, who knows, we just might hit the road.
Let me know if you will be there so I can look for you.
Love, Peace and Hair Grease,
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
October 24th at 8pm
Wilshire Ebell Theatre
4401 W 8th St.
Los Angeles, CA 90005
The show runs through March 2, so if you haven't come to still it, there is still time.
Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm
Sundays at 3pm
January 31 - March 2
Use code *ARKHAM* and save $5 on tickets
The Lex Theatre
6760 Lexington Avenue, Hollywood, 90038”
Hello there loved ones!
I'm excited to write to you guys about the opening my new show, the remount of Lovecraft: Nightmare Suite. We had a very successful run the first time around (LA Weekly, LAist for example) that we were asked to bring it back! So for those of you who missed it the first time, here's your chance.
I am excited to work with my grad school classmate, Angela Sauer, with Frank Blocker, who starred with me in the Mystery Plays, as well as Andrew Fromer, all joining the cast this time around. And as always it is such a joy to work with Dan Spurgeon, Daniel Jimenez, Anna Safar, Mark Souza and Steve Peterson.
In other news, I've started guest posting on Ryan Nance's blog, 5 things I learned today. As most of you know, I've been getting into yoga more and more recently, so I was thrilled to pick this amazing set of images documenting the history of yoga, and then a fun collection of kids styled to resemble Golden Globe red carpet celebrities. Check them out, and look out for more.
A fantastic LA Weekly seal of approval!
ALSO here’s are some additionally great reviews for The Visceral Company’s production of “The Mystery Plays” by Roberto Aguirre Sacasa, directed by Chris Basile
Ghosts of Christmases Past Come in Many Forms
via HORROR WORKS
Steven Stanley’s “WOW”
via STAGESCENE LA
"It’s a chilling Halloween treat you’ll be glad to experience."
"What I saw was nothing short of spectacular. An ensemble of extremely talented actors delivered pieces of Lovecraft’s text as adapted monologues while the set and props breathed life into each piece. Technically speaking the show is a deft display of ingenuity, one not hard to find captivating."
"A claustrophobia of the emotions begins to grow…. One feels transported to another place and another time…. The result is eighty minutes of shadows we increasingly realize are anything but empty."