Wonders Never Cease: New Comedy/Drama Explores the Existence of Angels
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The last date listed for Wonders Never Cease was Sunday June 5, 2011 / 6:30pm.
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Another very well done performance at Provision Theater . . . certainly no expert on theater productions, but we thoroughly enjoyed this event. It is so refreshing to be a part of something like this . . . entertainment, enjoyment, inclusion . . . the theater is such a great venue . . . makes you feel like you're really a part of the production. There are no bad seats; the free parking is huge in the city; the chance to get tickets thru Goldstar at such a great price. We sat six rows back . . . where else can you do that for half price. The actors were well cast and did a wonderful job . . . the funny scenes were funny . . . the angry scenes were angry. The sets were simple, but very effective . . . enjoyed the use of AV to help set the scene. And having a play with a quality message is so rare today that it stands out as a light in the darkness. Go see for yourselves. . . .I think you'll like it, too.
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Welcome to Los Angeles, the city of angels, where traffic never stops, people never sleep, and wonders never cease. When a car accident leaves a famous movie star in a coma, nurse Kemp McAvoy devises a plan to make his fortune. Manipulating her medication, he pretends to be an angel, then dictates a “spiritual bestseller” he believes will make them both rich. But while Kemp is implementing his scheme, his girlfriend’s daughter, Leah, claims to actually see the celestial beings. This humorous and powerful production is filled with mystery and manipulation as the characters try to figure out what is delusional and what is undeniable. Join Provision Theater as they present the world premiere theatrical adaptation of award-winning author Tim Downs’ story of unexpected redemption. _
Wonders Never Cease_ is adapted and directed by Tim Gregory, Artistic Director of Provision Theater. The cast includes Katie Banks (Natalie), Ryan Kitley (Kemp McAvoy), Jobe Cerny (Morty Biedermen), Holly Bittinger (Liv Hayden / Ensemble), Sean Bolger (Tino Gambati / Ensemble), Mike Wollner (Wes Kalamar / Ensemble), Caroline Heffernan (Leah) Matt Klingler (Matt Calahan / Ensemble), Mike Rogalski (Armantrout / Ensemble), Anna Dynarski (Annie / Ensemble), Frederick Williams (Emmet / Ensemble) and Danielle White (Shanice Rodriguez).