La Bête: Hollywood Fringe Event Looks at the Counter-Culture Revolution
It's 45 minutes to curtain and actor Marian Davis cannot remember her lines. She balks at her producer Alan's plan to save the show, but it's either dive in with his scheme or get cut. This one-act play written by and starring June Carryl is a comedic and ultimately tragic story that looks back at the '60s counterculture and today's cultural shifts. With a rapid-fire delivery and provocative dialogue, La Bête (The Beast) will draw you in with its poignant story.
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The last date listed for La Bête was Thursday July 17, 2014 / 8:00pm.
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Quotes & Highlights
- La Bete has received the Encore! Producers’ Award, the Ezra Buzzington Spirit of the Fringe Award for Best Female Performance and Orgasmico Theatre Company’s Award for “Most Orgasmic Writing.”
- “There’s a lot of wonderful writing within this short one-act, the best of which lets Carryl soar on a gorgeous wave of theatricality.”—Bitter Lemons
- “La Bete is hilarious, entertaining, touching, and thought provoking…”—Nina Harada, The Chamberpot