Holiday Comedy With A Family Twist: Three Lefts
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The last date listed for Three Lefts was Sunday December 17, 2006 / 7:00pm.
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Six years ago, a 10-year-old boy accidentally shot and killed his little brother. Now, a court-appointed social worker has come for a home visit to determine if the boy should be let off parole early. With One In The Chamber, Ovation Award-nominated playwright (Dysnomia) and HBO Audience Award-winning screenwriter (The Four-Faced Liar) Marja-Lewis Ryan crafts a timely drama about family dysfunction and the effects of gun violence in America. With thematic echoes of Ordinary People and Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf?, One In The Chamber goes right to the heart of a national crisis as seen through its day-to-day impact. Learn More
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Written by Christina Bunner and directed by Mark Wilkison, Three Lefts is a hilarious and fresh look at brotherly love and how to grow up and get on with it.
This Christmas season, there’s no place like home for the holidays. Estranged brothers Stephen and Luke Van Skyver reunite on the occasion of Stephen’s theatrical debut—a play commemorating the tenth anniversary of their father’s controversial death.
But a flubbed stage stunt and a flight delay later, it’s just the two of them – spending Christmas Eve with the actors cast as their parents: a horny ex-nun and an ex-con Jesus freak.
Starring: Matt Bushell (Behind Enemy Lines 2, CSI:NY), Shane Callahan (Gods and Generals, Dawson’s Creek), Dennis W. Hall (Desperate Housewives, Carnivale (recurring)), and Marilyn Rising (Minority Report, Me and My Girl National Tour).
Director Mark Wilkinson’s recent theatre credits include Duet for One at the Hudson Guild and Victory Theatre Center and Noel for the Young Playwrights Festival at The Blank Theatre, where he also directs regularly in the Living Room Series.