Twisted Love Story The Shape of Things at Sidewalk Studio Theatre
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The last date listed for The Shape of Things was Saturday August 11, 2007 / 8:00pm.
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A dazzling who's who of Hollywood and Broadway talent will come together for this special benefit concert at The Pasadena Playhouse to help raise money to assist with relief efforts in the Philippines following November's devastating typhoon. Performers donating their time and remarkable talents include Lea Thompson (Cabaret, NBC's Caroline in the City), Loretta Devine (Dreamgirls), Sam Harris (The Producers), Nicole Parker (Wicked), Gwen Stewart (Rent), Valerie Perri (Evita, Gypsy) and many more. Proceeds will support the American Red Cross' Typhoon Appeal and its efforts to assist overseas as the people of the Philippines begin to recover and rebuild. Please see the full event description for a complete list of scheduled performers. Learn More
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Featured review from Saralane Tennin Allen
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Not sure I liked the story, but the actor's were wonderful.
The Sidewalk Studio Theatre is very poorly run. The play was supposed to start at 8:00 and they mentioned on the reservation sheet that there is no late seating. We arrived at 7:30 and there was nobody there, and no lights on, and we almost left thinking it had been cancelled. At about 7:40 someone was outside taking names and told us that it would be about 10 min. before we could go inside. At approximately 8:00 there were several more people who came to see the play and we were all standing outside on the sidewalk. At 8:20, when we were just about to leave, they seated us. There was never an explanation as to why we were kept waiting outside. Hopefully someone will report this to the playhouse.
The Henke Acting Studio and Nobull Productions present Neil LaBute's dark comedy The Shape of Things, a twisted love story that explores the extremes of art and artifice with devastating effect and draws a tense portrait of manipulation, the loss of innocence, and the brutality of betrayal.
By Neil LaBute (Your Friends and Neighbors, In the Company of Men, Fat Pig)
Directed by Brad William Henke and Katelin Chesna-Henke
Staring Samuel Child, James Lowe, Tammy Minoff and Katherine Rocheleau