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
About the Ticket Supplier: Skylight Theatre Company
SKYLIGHT THEATRE COMPANY is LA’s intimate theatre with the most 2014 Ovation Awards! Nationally respected for its history of developing exhilarating new plays, DRAMATIST MAGAZINE calls Skylight a “POWERHOUSE”. In 2013, three of the 10 plays on LA Weekly’s annual list of top plays were from Skylight and works developed by Skylight have gone on to play Chicago, New York, Edinburgh, Paris, and local venues. The company has four intimate theaters in two different locations (East Hollywood and Beverly Hills), and offers a wide-variety of World and LA Premiere Plays with the aim of creating a theatrical experience that not only entertains, but leaves you with something to talk about.