The Insect Play - A Psychedialectical Death in Three Acts
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The last date listed for The Insect Play was Saturday April 4, 2009 / 8:00pm.
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Neil Simon's California Suite is really four separate comedy playlets with one common thread. In each, people from various cities travel to California during different time periods and stay in the same Beverly Hills Hotel suite, bringing their problems, anxieties and comic marital dilemmas with them. In "The Visitor From New York," Hannah loves living in New York, while her ex-husband, Billy, loves L.A. Can two happily divorced parents raise their only daughter while living 3,000 miles apart? "The Visitor From Philadelphia" finds Marvin waking up with a horrible hangover -- and a young woman he doesn't know beside him in bed, soon followed by the arrival of his wife. In "The Visitors From London," when actress Diana loses the Oscar to another woman and her husband to another man on the same night, some inconvenient truths intrude on their marriage of convenience. And four best friends are enjoying a dream vacation together in "The Visitors From Chicago" -- until an ultra-competitive tennis match turns them into bitter enemies. In a unique twist, Onyx Theatre presents the show with a different director for each vignette. Learn More
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Featured review from Nadja
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Great play, I'd gladly see it again. The lead actor was phenomenal and the overall cast did a fabulous job. The play was funny, yet sad. It was a lovely fantasy...The Insect Play was also a directing debut. Great way to start off a career as a director.
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Best of Las Vegas 2009 —Las Vegas Review-Journal
It is directed by Insurgo Ensemble Captain Brandon McClenahan and features the talents of the full force of Insurgo’s acting ensemble; including Cynthia Vodovoz, Natascha Negro, John Beane, Timothy Burris, Samuel Craner, Sandy Stein and many more. Choreography is by Jenna Wurtzberger, lights by Shawn Hackler, costumes by John Beane, sounds by Gregg Gerriets, and sets by Timothy Burris.