Going to St. Ives: Two Powerful Women Face Off in Psychological Drama
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Ken Ludwig, the rib-tickling playwright with the Midas Touch (see Moon Over Buffalo, Crazy For You, The Fox on the Fairway) had his first golden hit with Lend Me a Tenor, his Broadway debut. This Tony-winning farce opens on the eve of an opera gala in Cleveland in 1934. When the Italian superstar set to headline the event suddenly goes missing, the show's impresario must scramble for a replacement. The ensuing confusion quickly turns into a hilarious screwball comedy, replete with double entendres, mistaken identifies and slamming doors. A smash hit on Broadway with subsequent productions in 25 countries, Lend Me a Tenor now comes to Los Angeles in a fresh take from director Moosie Drier and the Actors Co-op. Learn More
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Featured review from Carol GermainRed Velvet
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Just two actors, two beautiful sets, totally riveting dialog. Both actresses were excellent and perfect in their parts. Deep subject matter, an evening well spent. The theater is very comfortable, with a huge free parking lot. Out of the main traffic area of Hollywood, right off the freeway. Looking forward to more plays there.
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“A blessing from Blessing … Sensitively guided by director Linda Kerns, McNamara and Tudor are both strong and sensitive, delivering truly lovely performances.” — StageandCinema.com
“Taut and subtle … densely layered portraits of two strong women.” — ArtsInLA.com
“Compelling … uncompromising direction.” - TheatreSpokenHere
“Having attended Actors Co-op productions regularly for over fifteen years now, I can declare without equivocation that there is no finer company of actors, directors, and designers in Los Angeles. _Going To St. Ives _gives L.A. theatergoers Actors Co-op at their very best.” -StageSceneLA.com