World Premiere of Years To The Day at Beverly Hills Playhouse
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The last date listed for Years To The Day was Saturday June 29, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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Experience the hidden world of modern-day cults in acclaimed playwright Allen Barton's provocativ … More
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Very entertaining! The ups and downs of the conversation between 2 old friends takes you on quite the roler coaster ride. Laughs...life trauma ....memories....and "issues" covering some heavy duty topics.......over a cup of coffee. Good job!
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“The play is a slightly absurdist, slightly whimsical, deeply ironic and very funny commentary that deflates all we might take to be important, and self-important … It’s a very smart play, an hour and a half of delight.” -LA Weekly (Go!)
“Heart warming, funny, very well directed with brilliant acting, this is good theater.” -thelosangelespost.org
“The men are deadly serious. They never smile, but their dialogue is laugh-out-loud funny and their timing is impeccable. Director Joel Polis has managed to keep things lively in a space that contains only a table and two chairs, two men, and a lot of talk. You’ll love it. I did.” —cynthiacitron.com
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SKYLIGHT THEATRE COMPANY (formerly Katselas Theatre Company) is nationally respected for its history of developing artists (writers, actors, musicians, designers, and directors) while helping to create the next generation of theatregoers.
In just the last two years, STC has produced 12 World Premiere productions including INFLUENCE (2010 Los Angeles Drama Critic’s Circle nomination for Best Actor and two LA Weekly nominations for Best Play and Best Production), HERMETICALLY SEALED (2011 Los Angeles Drama Critic’s Circle nomination for Best Actress, an LA Weekly nomination and LA Weekly Award for Best Ensemble and the LA Times list of Top Ten productions for 2011), and MAD WOMAN (2011 Los Angeles Drama Critic’s Circle nomination and LA Weekly Award for Best Solo Performance). Skylight is committed to originating and developing new works that speak to audiences of all ages.