Luv, a Comedy from Northside Theatre Company
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The last date listed for Luv was Sunday July 12, 2009 / 3:00pm.
Currently at Olinder Theatre:
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Immerse yourself in a live performance of one of the greatest American plays with A Streetcar Named Desire. Tennessee Williams' landmark drama depicts the culture clash between the Old South and the rising urban working class, and makes for an essential live theatrical experience. The intense passion behind brutish Stanley Kowalski's iconic howl of "Stelllaaa!" and the tragic emotion behind Blanche DuBois' fragile romantic illusions of Southern gentility is brought to powerful life on stage. Set during a steamy summer in New Orleans' French Quarter, raw pathos leads ultimately to tragedy. Williams' play was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Learn More
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Featured review from Suzanne Phiis
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I took my two teenagers to see this performance and we all thoroughly enjoyed it. The psychological and emotional twists of the love triangle were amusing and we all had our favorite scenes. For such a simple set and small cast, they really made of the most of it. I would recommend this play to a friend.
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It was kind of funny and a little slapstick. Left after the first half because my husband was getting twitchy (it was hot in there). You have to be a theater buff to appreciate it and we're not that sophisticated. Good effort, though.
A comedy by Murray Schisgal
Directed by Richard T. Orlando
Trapped in a loveless marriage, Milt hopes to wed another woman, but his wife, Ellen, won’t grant him a divorce. But Milt’s solution — to match Ellen with his suicidal college friend, Harry — proves to be hilariously disastrous for all involved. Murray Schisgal’s imaginative 1964 comedy, which was well received in its original Broadway run, now comes to the Olinder Theatre.
About the Ticket Supplier: Northside Theatre Company
Northside Theatre Company (NTC) was founded in 1978 by current managing artistic director, Richard Orlando. In 1980, NTC became a registered non-profit organization. Northside is currently in its 28th season and receives national attention for new play development while leading the way in re-defining the integrity and importance of small theatre organizations and their critical importance to the development of industry standards and emerging artists. Committed to theatre for all people, without regard to age, race, creed, culture or physical abilities, Northside is devoted to the manifestation of the human spirit by creating dramatic art through heart, collaboration and exploration.
For 28 years, Northside hallmarks have been experimentation, education and performance. Northside Theatre Company has been as much a philosophy as a production company. We are a place where imagination and inventiveness have a chance to blossom, a place where the human spirit is explored in bold and unpredictable ways.
Northside is an opportunity for emerging artists to work with and learn from seasoned professionals. On stage, old and young merge in a relentless pursuit of quality to give our audiences, liberating experiences.
Northside Theatre Company offers a full range of theatre services including: Open Auditions, Outreach Projects, An annual touring project (Theatre On Wheels), a Five Play Mainstage season and various staged readings throughout each season.