A cool thing about living in the Los Angeles area is our access to Whedon talent, whether as cast in a show, in the audience of the show, or just shopping in the supermarket. This Monday we get to be in the audience as Juliet and other Whedon talent are doing a staged reading of this play, at a local theater, for an affordable price. In the spring of 2012 Juliet was cast in a stage version of Elin Hampton’s “The Bell’s of West 87th” as part of the “Creating Theater Interactivity” series.
“Almost 40, and still single, amateur poet Molly Fein shares an apartment with overbearing mother Ida, next door to aspiring magician father Eli. Molly grudgingly manages the building they own, but plans to escape. When a dysfunctional family dinner goes awry, Molly reassess how her night school boyfriend will fit into her future, and what it is that she really wants.”
I hope to see you there too! – Marsia
Monday, August 6 at 8:00PM
The Road Theatre Company
5108 Lankershim Blvd.
North Hollywood, CA
Directed by: Richard Pierce (Exec-producer 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.)
Donation only: Pay whatever you can on the day of or call 866-506-1248 X736 .
We really want you there! (The Road suggests $15.)