Martin Bergman and Rita Rudner's Room 776
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<p>Opposites attract when two very different people find themselves forced to share a Las Vegas hotel room. Las Vegas Little Theatre teams up with Ritmar productions to present the world premiere of Martin Bergman and Rita Rudner's new play.</p> <p>Comedienne Rita Rudner and her producer husband Martin Bergman have penned a play, Room 776, which will be on the mainstage at Las Vegas Little Theatre under Bergman's direction. The play about two strangers accidentally given the same hotel room had a developmental reading at LVLT earlier this year, and is now receiving its fully-staged premiere. A Vegas regular who currently has a standing engagement at Harrah's, Rudner has written screenplays and teleplays with her husband, but this is the couple's first stage play.</p>
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Las Vegas Little Theatre, an amateur theatre company founded in 1978 by Jack Bell and Jack Nickolson, is Southern Nevada's oldest community theatre. It launched performances in a converted storefront with an initial seating capacity of 48. Their mission has always been to increase the awareness of theatre arts in Southern Nevada, provide quality productions, and to offer educational, hands-on opportunities in all facets of theatre production.