Mine: L.A. Premiere of Dramedy About Poet Torn Between Two Lovers
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Following sold-out performances in Washington, D.C. the past two years, actor/writer Jason Lott brings his critically acclaimed solo show Wonderful Life to Theatre Asylum in Los Angeles. In this enchanting one-man retelling of the classic holiday film It's a Wonderful Life, Lott creates all the major characters of Bedford Falls, including George Bailey, the good family man badly in need of a Christmas miracle. Rather than mimicking the classic film version by doing impressions of Jimmy Stewart, Donna Reed or Lionel Barrymore, Lott pays tribute to the original story with a fresh look at the characters and a delivery not based on the previous actors' work. Whether experiencing the story for the first time as a child or enjoying it again as part of an annual tradition, this performance of the endearing tale is sure to warm your heart and put a smile on your face. Learn More
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Mine is a universal coming of age around 30-ish story that takes place in Manhattan. It tells the story of Annie, a vulnerable and charismatic poet who never writes poetry. For two years, she has been dating Doug, a successful businessman who wants nothing more than to love and take care of her. She also has a deep connection with Sam, the slacker singer-songwriter who works with her at a neighborhood coffee bar. Sam represents adventure, music, and passion. Doug represents stability, love and home. Which path will Annie choose and how will she get back to the place where she is once again writing poetry and fulfilling her dreams? And in the midst of love, music and business, what is ultimately Mine?
About the Cast:
Sam Daly (Doug) Born in Providence, RI, Sam was ingrained with a love for theater and film (and performing in general) by his actor parents at a young age. He made his onstage debut in Dead End (Williamstown Theater) at the age of 13. In the Summer of 2005 Sam traveled to Prague, Czech Republic to study film and acting at FAMU. In addition, Sam received his B.A. in Theater and Film at Middlebury College (VT). Most recently Sam has been seen on The Office, Hart of Dixie, Redtails, and the critically acclaimed five star Ebert and Roeper four thumbs up reviewed Web Series The Daly Show (which he stars in alongside his father Tim).
Adam Harrignton (Sam) a UCLA’s School of Theater graduate, Adam has starred in Just in Time: The Judy Holliday Story (2010 NY Fringe Festival Encore Series), Righteous Acts (Lincoln Center Director’s Lab), The Judy Holliday Story (New Jersey Rep Theater), Tartuffe (Boston Court Theater. Television: It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Better Off Ted, Parenthood, Scrubs. Film: Iron Man, Torque, From the Head. Adam also appeared in the groundbreaking video game LA Noire and was in the award-winning web-series Gigi: Almost American, starring Josh Gad.
Kieren van den Blink (Annie) A Barnard College, Columbia University Graduate, Kieren debuted on Broadway in The Diary of Anne Frank, directed by James Lapine, playing Natalie Portman’ sister. She was simultaneously awarded a Ford Foundation Grant to write her first book. She has since sold a five-book series of children’s books, played the voice of Rogue in the animated Wolverine & The X-Men series on NickToons, and currently stars in the award-winning web series, Tyranny. Upon moving Los Angeles, she became a producing partner of The Little Bird Theater Company where she wrote, directed, produced and starred in a total of seven one-act plays for their popular MIX TAPE series. As a result of the show’s huge successes, she tested for Saturday Night Live!