Love & Sex Over Dinner & Drinks at The Gallery Theatre
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The Man From Earth is a thoughtful science fiction drama adapted from the 2007 film written by Jerome Bixby -- one of the most successful and prolific writers of science fiction's golden age. Bixby co-wrote the story that served as the basis for Fantastic Voyage, penned multiple episodes of the original run of Star Trek (including the classic "Mirror, Mirror" episode), and his story "It's a Good Life" was the basis for an episode of The Twilight Zone and was later featured in Twilight Zone: The Movie. Bixby's brilliant swan song, The Man From Earth centers on John Oldman, a history professor who suddenly decides to resign. When his colleagues show up at his home for an impromptu going-away party turned informal inquisition, Oldman is compelled to announce his extraordinary reasons for leaving. And what starts as a friendly gathering eventually builds to a shocking climax in this stage adaptation of a powerful sci-fi story. Learn More
Bring money if you'd like a refreshment. Light fare was provided for donations before the performance and during intermission. Snack: bite-sized pastries. Beverages provided: bottled water, fresh-brewed coffee, hot water for tea and cocoa.My Big Fat OC Wedding dining • May 05 2014 star this tip starred
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Loved this very creative production about a couple on a first date. Funny throughout, emotional in parts, with first rate performances by the entire cast. The wide and shallow stage is used in different scenes in very inventive ways.
Great show. Go see it.
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Love and Sex was a hoot! I loved the play. Serious, very clever, and funny.
I especially enjoyed the Motel Room scene. It was so moving. Most memorable was the Home of Lonnie and Ursula scene. Carole Celeste was outstanding as Alegia. ...continued