Going to St. Ives: Two Powerful Women Face Off in Psychological Drama
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The Mystery of Edwin Drood is a delightful musical based on Charles Dickens' unfinished final novel -- and the winner of five Tony Awards, including Best Musical. Allow yourself to be whisked away to London's Victorian era Music Hall Royale, where preparations are underway for a local troupe's production of The Mystery of Edwin Drood. This interactive, play-within-a-play production encourages you to help the show's ensemble of actors solve the case, as they sing and dance their way through the unfinished story. So once the show begins, pay close attention -- because every character is a suspect in the murder of young Edwin Drood -- and it's up to you to choose the ending, selecting who solves the case, who committed the crime and even who falls in love. 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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2 women + 2 different experiences of maternal love = 1 outstanding theater event. I found myself questioning my own views on what it really means to be a "loving mother" as I watched this terrific presentation of the emotional conflict often found...continued
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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