Robert Anderson's 1968 family drama I Never Sang for My Father tells the story of the tumultuous and sometimes humorous relationship between a college professor son, his loving mother, and his aging, domineering father.
written by Robert Anderson directed by Cameron Watson
produced by Jack Stehlin and Jeannine Wisnosky Stehlin
Philip Baker Hall, Anne Gee Byrd, John Sloan,
Dee Ann Newkirk, Tim Halligan, Paul Messinger,
John Combs, Brittany Ebert,Chelsea Povall
Scenic Design John Iacovelli
Costume Design Terri Lewis
Lighting Design Jared Sayeg
VENUE McCadden Theatre
1157 N. McCadden Place, Hollywood, CA
Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm
APRIL 16 - JUNE 19
Sunday Matinees: at 3pm
FIVE BEAUTIES September 16 – October 8, 2011
An evening of one act plays by TENNESSEE WILLIAMS-
Continuing the 2011 celebrations of Tennessee Williams 100 th Birthday, the five rarely performed Williams one act plays are:
Auto-Da-Fé Set in the Vieux Carré in New Orleans, a fanatical mother and her poetic son struggle to deal with the moral decay and open sin that permeates their lives. Directed byJack Stehlin, withAnthony Cranand Bibi Tinsley
Green Eyes Set in New Orleans, a Vietnam soldier returns home on leave and spends a memorable morning
with his not-so-blushing bride
Directed by Mark Bringelson. Starring Brendan Brandt and Courtney Munch
The Lady of Larkspur Lotion A no-nonsense landlady tries to evict her delusional dreamer tenants. Directed by Bjorn Johnson. Starring John Copeland, Cameron Meyer and Mona Lee Wylde
Moony’s Kid Don’t Cry It’s four A.M. and a working class man dreams of rocking horses and a life beyond factory work, his young wife and baby. Directed by Elina de Santos. Starring Jade SealeyandScott Sheldon
The Traveling Companion A phobic, insecure writer hires a young hustler as his traveling escort Directed by Ron Klier. Starring Byron Field and Tom Groenwald
As-Is - October 22 - December 3, 2011
written by William Hoffman
Directed by Mark Bringelson
AS IS, written by William Hoffman in the early 1980s, was one of the first produced plays to deal with the subject of AIDS. It opened on Broadway in 1985, won the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Play, an Obie Award, and was nominated for a Tony as Best Play.
A deeply introspective ensemble piece with wry humor, stark brittle tension and unforgettable characters, AS IS creates a tour de force for actors, centering around what happens when a successful young man in New York (RICH) contracts the HIV virus in a time when that was looked upon as an almost certain death sentence. AS IS is ultimately an intense, at times darkly comic play about the fight to survive.
Winter, 2012 - world premiere!
written by Chuck Rose
Bedfellows centers on what happens behind the scenes between a rising political star and his true believers, when an old, damaging secret comes to light. Chuck Rose wrote the hit play SAFE, produced by Circus Theatricals!