A Short Stay at Carranor: L.A. Premiere of William Blinn Drama
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The last date listed for A Short Stay at Carranor was Sunday September 29, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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Tarell Alvin McCraney's latest acclaimed play tracks the coming-of-age of a group of talented young African-American prep-school singers whose choral prowess is woven seamlessly into the story. Pharus, the undisputed superstar of the choir, is searching for the courage to let his true self shine through, in this work by MacArthur Fellowship-winner McCraney (The Brother/Sister Plays), who's been called "without question, the hottest young playwright in America" (Chicago Tribune). The West Coast premiere reunites director Trip Cullman, star Jeremy Pope and several other cast members from its 2013 New York run. Learn More
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This play was weak, the story was cliche with no logic between the relationship of the people.....the play was far from our today's society and complexities of that.....the play was more like a senior citizen center play for the local residence.
Lee Meriwether will perform the role of Irene on:
August 23, 24, 25, 30, 31 and Sept 1, 6, 7, 8, 20, 21, 22
Mary Burkin will perform the role of Irene on:
September 13, 14, 15, 27, 28, 29
About the Ticket Supplier: Theatre WestEstablished in 1962, Theatre West is the oldest, continually running theater company in Los Angeles. Our productions have toured both sides of the Atlantic, including the Edinburgh and Dublin Festivals, New York City, Atlanta, South Carolina, Seattle, San Francisco, and throughout California. Over the years Theatre West's plays have transferred to Broadway (Spoon River Anthology, Aesop in Central Park) and to feature films (A Bronx Tale, Faithful).
The theater is located in Hollywood near the Cahuenga Pass and is home to both professional productions for adults and, since 1984, the family themed Storybook Theatre. No seats are further than 40 feet from the stage.