Last Summer at Bluefish Cove: Poignant Love Story at the Lounge
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The last date listed for Last Summer at Bluefish Cove was Sunday December 18, 2011 / 2:00pm.
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One of the most sacred taboos in theater is broken when mime and spoken word unite in Human Identity, a solo show from Christopher Vened. A star of Henryk Tomaszewski's world-famous Wroclaw Pantomime Theater, Vened was the toast of the Eastern European theater scene until he daringly defected while on tour in the West. In the decades since, he's become an influential force in the worlds of performance and training, writing a key textbook and teaching at UCLA. Funny, inventive and eye-opening, his latest piece of "monodrama theatre" is nothing less than a quest to figure out the meaning of human identity. Learn More
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Featured review from Orlando Payes
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Small, felt very personal with everyone up close. Everyone was very nice and attentive. There are about 7 or 8 rows and the seats are a bit tight on leg room, there was a very tall couple who had issues accomodating at first. The show was great though. All the ladies acting did a great job and you easily get lost in their world as the story unfolds.
Enjoyed it from beginning to end and I will be seeing another one soon.
About the Ticket Supplier: The Los Angeles Women's Theatre Project Inc.
The Los Angeles Women's Theatre Project (LAWTP), was founded by Playwright Dee Jae Cox and Executive Producer/Songwriter Michele Weiss, as a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization that is dedicated to the education, support, promotion and production of live performance projects that are of interest and benefit to women.
The LAWTP was designed to increase opportunities for women in the performing arts, as well as providing educational opportunities and performances that represent women on a broader scale.