Twilight: Los Angeles 1992 -- Documentary Theater by the Lexington Players
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The last date listed for Twilight: Los Angeles 1992 was Sunday March 13, 2011 / 3:00pm.
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Get your share of some Texas-sized and truly twisted dark comedy in Killer Joe, written by acclaimed playwright Tracy Letts. This is the sordid and satirical tale of Chris, a drug dealer who decides his best chance of saving his own skin involves killing his mom for the insurance money. Other members of the Smith family see dollar signs and join Chris in hiring Killer Joe Cooper (who also happens to be a cop) to execute the contract. All hell breaks loose when this host of incompetent, back-stabbing characters twist themselves into one heck of a deep-fried, white-trash mess. Much like a train wreck, it's hard to look away from the staggering level of dysfunction and disturbing psychoses that appear on stage. Incidentally, Letts also wrote the screenplay for the 2011 film of the same name, which starred Matthew McConaughey as the title character. Learn More
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- Learn more about the play's background and origin at enotes.
- Called “an American masterpiece” by Newsweek
- “Extraordinary…haunting” —People
Written by Anna Deavere Smith
Directed by Caitlin Stewart-Swift
Produced by Sal Jones
Starring Eric Daley, Lauren Foster, Viv Liu-Somers, Francisco Marquez, Debra Mein, Stewart Evan Smith, Victoria Townsend
This production by the Lexington Players features the voices that best reflect the diversity and tension of a city in turmoil.
Twilight probes the language and the lives of its subjects, offering stark insight into the complex and pressing social, economic and political issues that fueled the flames in the wake of the Rodney King verdict.
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