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Geffen Playhouse - Gil Cates Theater
10886 Le Conte Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90024
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Parking: The free parking at the Westwood public structure (paid for by the Geffen) is a real hassle when everyone leaves at once. We pay $5.50 for a lot a block away from the theater and are home in bed by the time the last person straggles out of that slow garage line.
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If you park in the public structure next to Trader Joes, the Geffen will validate.
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"110 Stories"
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Written by *Sarah Tuft

*Directed by *Mark Freiburger

Produced by *Stelio Savante &* Andrew Carlberg

Co-Produced by *Beverly Holloway &* Lisa Smith

**All proceeds benefit the Red Cross of Greater Los Angeles.

  • A blend of characters allows for thirty-five perspectives to be shared, including those of an ironworker, cop, homeless couple, photojournalist, K9 handler, doctor, body worker, chaplain and volunteer. A firefighter leads us on the journey through September 11 and into the recovery. The cast includes:

Maria Conchita Alonso (Caught, Saints & Sinners, Broadway’s Kiss of the Spider Woman)

Ed Asner (Up, Elf, The Mary Tyler Moore Show)

Michael Beach (Third Watch, True Romance, Soul Food)

John Hawkes (Deadwood, Eastbound & Down, American Gangster)

Sharon Lawrence (NYPD Blue, Grey’s Anatomy)

*Katharine McPhee *(American Idol, The House Bunny)

Gail O’Grady (American Dreams, Boston Legal)

Stelio Savante (110 Stories – Original Cast, Ugly Betty, My Super Ex-Girlfriend)

Sophie Sinise (CSI: NY, Anatomy of Gray)

Nicholas Turturro (NYPD Blue, World Trade Center)

Diane Venora (Bird, Heat, The Insider)

Malcolm-Jamal Warner (The Cosby Show, Malcom & Eddie, Sherri)

Michael Welch (Twilight, New Moon, The Riches)

Narrated by Nic Harcourt (KCRW; Editor at Large: Music and Culture for LA: The Los Angeles Times Magazine)