Fringe Favorite Sunny Afternoon: The Aftermath of JFK's Assassination
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Arthur Strauss
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First time to Theatre Asylum > Went from Beverly Hills gaga to seedy West Hollywood. What a treat! Small but inviting 50-seat locally-run theater company. Sunny Afternoon was well-written with good pacing, held the audience's interest - staging/lights and sound were great. We'll be back!
Quotes & Highlights
- “Under Levatino’s direction, the ensemble cast is uniformly excellent… rich characters and clever dialogue... [his] deliciously perverse final twist is a knockout sure to flabbergast even the heartiest Kennedy assassination theoreticians.” --Arts in LA
- "A prime example of the heights Hollywood Fringe can reach when gifted artists pool their talents, it looks to be one of Fall 2013’s most talked-about shows, and one well worth the word-of-mouth it’s sure to inspire." --StageSceneLA
- “Much of the humor of Levatino's tersely funny script springs from the well-delineated personalities featured in its large, finely polished ensemble, in particular Darrett Sanders' assured performance as the shrewd but outfoxed homicide captain William Fritz, trying to conduct an honest investigation amidst the machinations." --LA Weekly (Go!)
About the Ticket Supplier: Combined Artform/Theatre Asylum
Founded in 1998, C.A.F.E. (Combined Artform Entertainment) is on a mission to develop and combine all art forms to pioneer the “arts of the future,” as well as be an active and supporting member of the San Francisco—and now Los Angeles—performance production scene. Created by Producing Artistic Director Matthew Quinn, and joined by Steve Kahn in 1999, C.A.F.E. has collaborated with actors, singers, filmmakers, sketch comedy groups, musicians, improvisers and fine artists in more than 100 shows, including Santaland Diaries, Eavesdropper (SF), Monday Night Improv Jam (SF), Thursday Night Improv Jam (LA), PAPA (at the Eureka with Open Fist), Tilted Frame Improv and the SF Solo Festival.